High strength cable with a galvanized finish
Flexible 7 x 7 construction
DO NOT EXCEED THE WORKING LOAD LIMIT (WWL)
Do not use for overhead lifting or hoisting
Do not use if visibly distorted or worn
500 feet of cable per 3-1/2" diameter reel
Sold by the Each (reel) - retail by the foot
7000427 1/8 7X7 BK CABLE 500 FT.
LOAD LIMIT:96 Lb. WWL
This uncoated wire rope is for use in a variety of mechanical environments. It is made of galvanized steel, which usually has a higher breaking strength than stainless steel and is coated with a thin layer of zinc that protects it from corrosion and provides rust resistance. Its 7 x 7 strand construction has seven strands of wire rope with seven wires in each strand, formed helically around a strand core, giving it high strength and flexibility. It measures 500' in length and is packaged on a reel for storage and dispensing.
Wire rope, also called wire cable, is an assembly of wire strands formed helically around a central core. It is used for pulling, lifting, rigging, hoisting, and motion-control applications most commonly found in the manufacturing, marine, oil, mining, fiber-optics, aircraft, automotive accessory, and construction industries. A combination of characteristics including material, finish, construction, diameter, length, and breaking strength combines to give each rope its performance ability. Wire rope materials are selected for properties such as strength, elasticity, conductivity, and chemical- and weather-resistance. For strength purposes, most wire rope is made of bright (uncoated or bare) wire. However, it is also produced in a variety of finishes, such as polypropylene (PE), vinyl (PVC), or nylon. These coatings can increase overall durability and strength, and allow for specific use. The breaking strength for wire rope is the strength at which new wire rope will fail under a stationary load. Breaking strength is not considered safe working load (SWL) limit.
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