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|Item Name:||YW-86524||Material:||Stainless Steel/Galvanized|
|Part Size:||30mm||Eyelet Material:||Brass / Stainless Steel / Steel|
|Sample:||Free Sample Available For Existing Dimension||Length:||300mm, Customized|
|Application:||Light Fixture, Hanging Systems||MOQ:||3000pcs|
|Lead Time:||7-15 Business Days|
Double Eyelets Stainless Steel Wire Rope,
1.5mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope Sling,
300mm Wire Rope Sling For Stage Light
Double long brass Eyelets Wire Rope Stainless Steel for stage light downlight safety YW86524
304 stainless steel The main benefit of stainless Steel cable over other types of cable is its corrosion resistance. This characteristic works well in high moisture and acidic environments, such as in marine rigging applications.
Stainless steel wire rope is available in both Type 304 and Type 316. The biggest difference between Type 304 and Type 316 is Type 316 stainless steel cable has an added element, molybdenum, for added corrosion resistance.
|Material||304 / Galvanized iron||Type||Loop and Hook|
|MOQ||3000 PCS||Construction||1x7;7X7;1x19 etc|
|Wire Diameter||∅1mm-2.5mm||Carton Size||35*25*18cm|
|Wire Length||Customized||Lead Time||7-15 workdays|
|Break load||15kg||Payment Terms||
A safety cable is an important aspect to consider when building or assembling a fixture for two reasons:
Safety Cables can be attached to fixtures to guard them against falling when the primary method of attachment fails.
A tethered cable attached to a fixture’s lenses or enclosures is also a great way to offer easy access and maintenance to fixtures.
Safety cables are an easy way to confidently safeguard against failing lighting components.
Overall length tolerances required for cable assemblies and cut lengths of cable often dictate the production method to be used and thus the cost. Close tolerances frequently result in higher costs for both production and quality assurance. The allowable tolerance and inspection methods should be reviewed and agreed upon with our prior to production.
In determining the working load of a cable or wire rope, the direct stress plus the shock in bending loads must be considered. To assure long life, a reasonable safety factor should be applied to the working load. Standard industry practice is a 5:1 safety factor for many applications. Higher safety factors are used under certain conditions such as extreme shock loads, aircraft control cables, etc.
The fatigue life of the cable or wire rope will be greatly enhanced with properly designed pulleys. The root, or pulley tread diameter, is critical to the life of the cable.
What type of cable do I need?
The cable has to be 7x7 or 7x19 stranded aircraft cable in stainless or galvanized steel. Cables should have factory installed terminals (stop-sleeves). The cable diameter depends of the weight of the fixture.
What does the cable terminal (stop Sleeve) do?
The terminal at the end of the cable allows the cable to be connected to the cable coupler. Our fittings usually attain the full-published break strength of the cable alone and are proof loaded to 60% of that value.
What’s the difference between Galvanized and Stainless cable?
Both Stainless Steel and Galvanized Aircraft Cable have approximately the same break strength. Galvanized cable is less expensive and is used in 90% of all lighting applications.
Can I cut the cable myself?
Yes, you can, but you should use a purpose-built Cable Cutter,
We recommend using a drop of super glue on the fresh cut to prevent the cable from fraying.
Contact Person: Shana Chen