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WIRE ROPE

USHA MARTIN LIMITED


2A, Shakespeare Sarani, Kolkata 700 071, India
Phone : 00 91 33 2282 3985, 39800300,
Fax : 00 91 33 39800500/400
E mail : exports@ushamartin.com
www.ushamartin.com

FOREWORD
Usha Martin Limited is a Speciality Steel and Steel
product focused group with diverse product range in
both steel as well as wire rope.
It is one of the largest wire rope manufacturer in the
world. It is also the only wire rope company in the
world that has a totally integrated business model to
convert iron-ore into steel wire ropes as well as build
its own wire-drawing and rope-making machinery.
The steel wire ropes ranges from 1.5 mm to 140mm
in size, 1370 to 2160 N/mm2 in grade and
encompassing all constructions and all configurations
like Non-Compacted, Compacted, Plasticated, Flattened
Strand, Locked Coil ropes and slings.
Usha Martin ropes conforms to all specifications in
the world, viz. ISO, DIN, BS, IS, API, EN, AS, GOST,
JIS and approved by all leading organisations, viz.
ABS, API, DNV, LLOYDS, NKK.
Usha Martins rope works is one of the cleanest in the
world accreditated with TPM excellence award from
Japan Institute of Plant Maintenance.
It is one of the very few companies that has approval
by OTIS for its worldwide Elevator rope supply.
No part of this Book may be reproduced, scanned, stored in a retrieval system or
transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording
or otherwise, or reproduced on or by any disc, tape, perforated media or any other
storage device or method without the permission in writing from Usha Martin Limited.

Usha Martin Steel wire ropes finds place in every


corner of the Globe and has presence in almost all
application of ropes.

WIRE

ROPE BASICS

ROPE SIZE

WIRE ROPE COMPONENTS


WIRE
n STRAND
n CORE
n

32

STRAND
CORE
CORRECT
WIRES

Measure the circle just touching the extreme outer


limits (crown) of the strands.

KING WIRE

32

WIRE ROPE

INCORRECT

FUNDAMENTAL CONSTRUCTIONS

FUNDAMENTAL CONSTRUCTIONS
n

Inner layer having half the number of wires


as the outer layer

Small filler wires, equal in number to the


inner layer, are laid in the valleys of the inner
layer.

One diameter of wire in the inner layer.

Two diameters of wire alternating large and


small in the outer layer.

The large outer-layer wires rest in the valleys


and the smaller ones on the crowns of the
inner layer.

Combination of above constructions.


Eg Seale-Filler, Warrington-Seale etc.

FILLER WIRE
CROSS LAY

WARRINGTON
EQUAL LAY

Single-Wire centre with six wires of the


same diameter.

SINGLE LAYER

Equal number of wires in each layer.

All wires in each layer are of the same


diameter.

Large outer wires rest in the valley between


the small inner wires.

SEALE

COMBINED

IDEAL PULLEY GROOVE

LAY
Direction of Wire & Strand Helix

Greater contact area between the rope and the pulley reduces
abrasion and enhances service life.

WRONG
RIGHT HAND REGULAR LAY (RHRL/RHO/sZ)

LEFT HAND REGULAR LAY (LHRL/LHO/zS)

Sheave groove too narrow


WRONG

RIGHT HAND LANGS LAY (RHLL/RHL/zZ)

Sheave groove too wide


LEFT HAND LANGS LAY (LHLL/LHL/sS)
RIGHT

ALTERNATE LAY (COMBINATION OF LANGS & REGULAR)

Sheave groove correctly supporting the


rope for 33% of its circumference
SPECIAL ALTERNATE LAY (2 LANGS 1 REGULAR)

PULLEY / ROPE BENDING RATIO


(D/d RATIO)
Sl.
No.

Sheave Dia (D)

Rope Dia (d)

Note:
The ratios are based on Max. rope speed of 60 meters/ min. For each
increase of 30 mtrs/min. in excess of 60 meters per min., add 5% to the
drum diameter.
10

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Construction
6x7 (6-1)
6x19S (9-9-1)
6x26SW (10-5+5-5-1)
6x25F (12-6F-6-1)
6x31SW (12-6+6-6-1)
6x37SF (12-12-6F-6-1)
6x36SW (14-7+7-7-1)
6x43SF (14-14-7F-7-1)
6x50SFS (14-14-7F-7-7-1)
6x41SW (16-8+8-8-1)
6x49SW (16-8+8-8-8-1)
6x49SF (16+16+8F-8-1)
6x46SW (18-9+9-9-1)
6x52SW (18-9+9-9/6-1)
6x55SF (18-18-9F-9/6-1)
8x19S (9-9-1)
8x26SW (10-5+5-5-1)
8x25F (12-6F-6-1)
8x31SW (12-6+6-6-1)
8x37SF (12-12-6F-6-1)
8x36SW (14-7+7-7-1)
8x50SFS (14-14-7F-7-7-1)
17x7 (11:6-1)
18x7 (12:6-FC)
19x7 (12:6-1)
34x7 (17:11/6-FC)
35x7 (16:6+6-6-1)
6x25FS (12/12/ )
6x8FS (7/ )
6x28FS (15/12/ )
Locked Coil Winding Rope

D : d Ratio
Recommended Minimum

64
48
45
39
39
39
33
33
33
30
30
30
27
27
27
39
36
33
33
33
29
29
52
52
52
45
61
48
73
45
152

42
32
30
26
26
26
22
22
22
20
20
20
18
18
18
26
24
22
22
22
19
19
34
34
34
30
40
32
48
30
100
11

SPOOLING/ANCHORAGE OF
ROPE ON DRUM

FLEET ANGLE

Ropes are supplied with zero internal torque

Improper spooling induces torque in rope, reducing


the rope life.

Angle
of Fleet

OVERWIND
Left to Right
USE RIGHT LAY ROPE
Centre line
of Reel

UNDERWIND
Right to Left
USE RIGHT LAY ROPE

D
L

Centre Line
of Sheave

Note:
Recommended angle
O
Grooved drum : 2.5
O
O
Flat drum : 0.5 1.5

12

OVERWIND
Right to Left
USE LEFT LAY ROPE

UNDERWIND
Left to Right
USE LEFT LAY ROPE

13

ROPE CUTTING PROCEDURE


n
n
n

ROPE CLAMPING

Seizing
Twisting
Cutting
The Right Way to Clip Wire Rope

The Wrong Way to Clip Wire Rope

Note:
Seizing wire recommendation
- for ungalvanised rope use annealed wire
- for galvanised rope use soft, zinc-coated wire.
- Diameter of wire: 8 - 24 mm = 1 mm
26 - 36 mm = 1.6 mm
38 - 56 mm = 2 mm
- Recommended seizing length = 1 x d min or 10 wraps
14

Note:
Improper fixing of clamps may lead to safety hazards.
For proper clamping practice, refer applicable standards or OEM
recommendations.

15

IN-USE LUBRICATION

IN-USE LUBRICATION
n

Usha Martin Ropes are supplied with special lubricant

Periodic Lubrication during usage is necessary to derive


enhanced performance.

PAINTING

CONTINUOUS BATH

SPRAY NOZZLE

DRIPPING
As Manufactured + In-service Lube

140%

As Manufactured

100%

Life Enhancement

In-use lubrication pays rich dividend


POURING

16

SWABBING

17

HANDLING THE RIGHT WAY

STORAGE
n

Must be stored in a well ventilated shed.

Use spindle through the reels for loading / unloading or put


the rope on a swift with brake arrangement.

Free from moisture, dust and fumes.

Suitable lubricant to be applied every


3 months to the outer layers.

Allow clearance for free rotation of reel when the rope end
is pulled.

Reel containing ropes to be rolled through 90 degree


after every 3 months

Maintain constant tension during haul off.

Prevent crossing of rope laps on the reel.

Protect wooden reels from the attack of termites.

Avoid possible kink, which is a permanent damage to a rope.

In no case the reels should be put on ground or


uncemented floor.

COVER / SHED

GROUND CLEARANCE

18

19

HANDLING THE RIGHT WAY

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS


BEND FATIGUE & ABRASION RESISTANCE

Rope resistance to abrasion


Rope resistance to bending

6
9

LE

AS

T
RE

10
12

SI

GR
ST
AN

12
12
14

S
RE

16
18

S
EA

IS

TA

CE

TO

E
NC

BE

TO

AB
ND

IN

S
RA

FA
TIG

IO

S
TE
EA

6x7
6 x 19S
6 x 21F

Flattened
Strand
6 25FW
6 x 31WS

UE
GR

EA
TE

6 x 36WS
ST

6 x 49WS
6 x 61WS

20

More wires better fatigue resistance

Less wires better abrasion resistance

21

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS

COMMONLY USED ROPE (Non-compacted)


CHARACTERISTICS SIMPLY STATED

COMPARISON OF ROTATION RESISTANCE

More wires in the outer strand (14 for 36WS) will improve
bend fatigue

Less wires in the outer strands (9 for 19S) improve


wear/abrasion resistance characteristics

Steel core (IWRC) resists drum crushing better than


fibre core

6 x 19 Class

Rotation
(deg/m)

8 x 19 Class

Hyflex & Powerform18


Hyflex & Powerform 35

Langs lay resists interference at drum better than


ordinary lay

Rope Tension

15%
x MBL

20%
x MBL

Abrasion Resistance
Comparison of outer wire sizes for 25 mm diameter rope,
as illustration
6 outer wires

2.54mm

6 x 19S

9 outer wires

2.11mm

6 x 25F

12 outer wires

1.70mm

6 x 36

14 outer wires

1.49mm

6 x 41

16 outer wires

1.34mm

Parallel closed ropes (eg. Powerform 8PC)


Turn

6x7

6/8 strand ropes (eg. Hyflex 6)


Low rotation ropes (eg. Hyflex 18)
Rotation resistant ropes
(eg. Powerform 35)
Load

22

23

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS

COMPACTED ROPES
CHARACTERISTICS SIMPLY STATED

High Abrasion Resistance


Internal Contacts

Increased breaking force

Increased performance

Improved characteristics

External Contacts
Compacted

Conventional

Line Contact

Improved wear resistance

Improved crushing resistance

Improved Bend Fatigue resistance

Surface Contact

High Crushing Resistance


n

At cross-over points due to


high fill -factor

At lower layers in multilayer


operation

High Breaking Load per unit area

Compacted rope
minimum breaking force

Conventional rope minimum


breaking force

Greater bend fatigue resistance


20mm Hyflex (conventional) versus
20mm Powerform 6 1960 N/mm2

20mm Hyflex (conventional) versus 20mm


Powerform 6 1960 N/mm2

24

335 kN
279 kN

200000
Cycles to failure

375
300
225
150
75
0

146000

150000
100000

70000

50000
0

Hyflex 6

Powerform 6

Hyflex 6

Powerform 6

25

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS

WIRE ROPE CHARACTERISTICS

PLASTICATED ROPE
CHARACTERISTICS SIMPLY STATED

PLASTICATED ROPE
CHARACTERISTICS SIMPLY STATED

(Cushion Core Compacted outer strands)

(Plastic Valley Filled)

Plastic impregnation of core (IWRC)

Greater resistance to drum crushing

Increased abrasion resistance

Smoother exteriors and greater surface area resulting in


reduced sheave wear

Reduced IWRC and outer-strand nicking & crosscutting

High fatigue life

n
n

Typical Example
Impregnation of IWRC

Full plastic impregnation


Reduces wire contact stress & interstrand nicking
Retains lubrication inside & does not require
in-service lubrication
Prevents ingress of solid abrasives & reduces
internal corrosion
Provides greater and better wear & abrasion resistance
Minimizes bend stress over sheaves and increases
fatigue life
Ideally suitable for mining application

Typical Example
Full Impregnation of
the rope

Comparison of bend fatigue illustration


250
Discard level

Comparison of service life (mining application)

150
8P

HYFLEX 6x19

HYFLEX 6x29Fi

HYFLEX 6x36

175%
Fatigue Life

(compacted strands)
HYFLEX 8P

50

POWERFORM

100

Note:
n Our suffix is P
n Colour of plastication is indicated in orange
26

Plastic
Valley-Filled

250%
POWERFORM

Cycles to failure (000's)

Rope failure

200

Compacted
Rope

100%

Normal
Rope
PVF

Compacted
(6/8 outer strands)

Non-compacted

27

TYPES OF TYPICAL FAILURES


TERMINATION FAILURE

TYPES OF TYPICAL FAILURES


SHOCK LOADING

ABRASION

FATIGUE FAILURE

THERMAL DAMAGE

CORROSION
BIRDCAGE

28

29

DISCARD CRITERIA

RECOMMENDED

DOS & DON'TS


n

For single-layer construction, if the reduction in diameter


is greater than 8% (eg. 6x7).

For multilayer construction, if the reduction in diameter


is greater than 5% (eg. 6x19, 6x36 etc).

Total no. of visible broken wires exceed 10% of total


no. of wires in the rope, in a length of 8 x dia. of rope
or 3 or more adjacent broken wires in a strand.

Lubricate ropes with good quality acid free and moisture


free lubricant.

Regularly inspect the sheaves, rollers or pulleys - the


life of a rope largely depends on their conditions.

Inspect ropes and fittings/terminations periodically.

DONTS
n

Do not allow ropes in store to deteriorate

Localised distortion, damage or kink, bird-caging,


crushing.

Do not mishandle ropes when uncoiling or unreeling &


allow kinks to form.

Localised diameter reduction or lay variation associated


with waviness.

Do not use Langs lay with a swivel

Collapsed core or one strand broken coupled with wire


looseness and bulging.

Do not use a rope with too large groove diameter on


drums and pulleys.

Do not cut a rope without seizing.

Corrosion / chain pitting & associated fatigue of wires.

Damage due to heat / fire.

Do not use rope which is not sufficiently flexible for the


size of drum or pulley.

Rope has been subjected to severe shock load or overload


due to some accident with equipments.

End-fitting / attachments damaged or cracked or


deformed or worn out.

Do not load the rope beyond its safe working load.


Reduction of safety factor may jeopardise not only rope,
but also equipment, job and men.

30

Evidence of considerable plastic wear or surface


embrittlement.

DOS

Note:

Note:

The inspector should also refer International Standards like ISO 4309 and BS 6570 or
any other relevant standard for the purpose, as a tool, for discarding a wire rope.

Remember - Care in handling , installation, and careful inspection gives more life and
enormous dividends.

31

ACCREDITATIONS

AND
CERTIFICATIONS

ACCREDITATION

34

ACCREDITATION

35

ACCREDITATION

36

ACCREDITATION

37

ACCREDITATION

38

ACCREDITATION

39

CONSTRUCTION OF WIRE ROPES

CONSTRUCTION OF WIRE ROPES

42

SPIRAL STRANDS
Page # 62

SPIRAL STRANDS
Page # 63

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)


(Aerial Haulage) Page # 70

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)


Page # 71

3 STRAND SAFETY BARRIERS


3 x 7 (6-1) Page # 64

3 STRAND TRAWLER ROPE


Page # 65

FLATTENED STRAND
6x8 (7/ ) & 6x9 ( (8/ ) FS Page # 72

ROUND STRAND
6/19M (12/6-1) Page # 73

4 STRAND TRAWLER ROPE


4/26SW (10-5+5-5-1) Page # 66

HYFLEX 4
Page # 67

ROUND STRAND
6/19M (12/6-1) Page # 74

TITAN ANCHOR MOORING


& PENNANT ROPES Page # 75

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)


Page # 68

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)


(Man - Riding Haulage) Page # 69

ROUND STRAND
6/19S (9-9-1) Page # 76

HOIST & COMPENSATING ROPE


6/19 Classification Page # 77
43

CONSTRUCTION OF WIRE ROPES

44

ROUND STRAND
6/19S (9-9-1) Page # 78

TITAN DRILLING LINES


6 x 19 class rope with CWR (IWRC)
(Bright) Page # 79

ROUND STRAND
6/19F (12-6F+6-1) Page # 80

ROUND STRAND
6/19F (12-6F+6-1) Page # 81

SHIPPING ROPE
6x24 (15/9/Fibre) Page # 88

FISHING ROPE 6 x 24 (15/9-FC)


& 6 x 24S (12-12-FC) Page # 89

HYFLEX 6 x 19
Page # 82

POWERFORM 6/6P
Page # 83

FISHING ROPE 6 x 26WS


(10-5+5-5-1) COMPACTED Page # 90

ROUND STRAND
6/29F (14-7F+7-1) Page # 91

ROUND STRAND
6 x 21F (10-5F-5-1) Page # 84

ROUND STRAND
6 x 21F (10-5F-5-1) Page # 85

ROUND STRAND
6/29F (14-7F+7-1) Page # 92

HYFLEX 6/29Fi
Page # 93

FLATTENED STRAND 6x22 (9/12- ) FLATTENED STRAND 6x22 (9/12- )


& 6x25 (12/12- ) FS Page # 86
& 6x25 (12/12- ) FS Page # 87

45

CONSTRUCTION OF WIRE ROPES

46

ROUND STRAND
6/36SW (14-7+7-7-1) Page # 94

ROUND STRAND
6/36SW (14-7+7-7-1) Page # 95

CONVEYOR CORD 7 X 7
Page # 102

CONVEYOR CORD 7 X 19
Page # 103

TITAN RISER TENSIONER ROPES


6 x 37 class rope with CWR (IWRC)
Page # 96

HYFLEX 6 x 36
Page # 97

ROUND STRAND BRIDGE ROPES


Page # 104

POWERFORM 8/8P
Page # 105

SPECIAL MINING ROPES


MINESFLEX 6 Page # 98

ROUND STRAND
6/37M (18/12/6-1) Page # 99

HYFLEX 8
Page # 106

HYFLEX 8P
Page # 106

ROUND STRAND
6/37M (18/12/6-1) Page # 100

SHIPPING ROPE
6 x 37 (18/12/6/1) Page # 101

POWERFORM 8PC
Page # 107

SPECIAL MINING ROPES


MINESFLEX 8 Page # 108
47

CONSTRUCTION OF WIRE ROPES

48

SPECIAL MINING ROPES


MINESFORM 8 PVF Page # 109

HOIST & COMPENSATING ROPE


8 x 19 S (9-9-1) Page # 110

POWERFORM 35P
Page # 115

HYFLEX 35
Page # 116

HOIST & COMPENSATING ROPE


Page # 111

GOVERNOR ROPES
6/25F (12-6+6F-1) Page # 112

HYFLEX 35P
Page # 116

LOCKED COIL TRACK ROPES &


STRUCTURAL ROPES Page # 117

GOVERNOR ROPES
8/19S (9-9-1) Page # 112

POWERFORM 18
Page # 113

LOCKED COIL TRACK ROPES &


STRUCTURAL ROPE Page # 118

LOCKED COIL TRACK ROPES &


STRUCTURAL ROPE Page # 119

HYFLEX 18
Page # 114

POWERFORM 35
Page # 115

LOCKED COIL WINDING ROPES


Page # 120

LOCKED COIL GUIDE ROPES


Page # 121
49

APPLICATION-WISE ROPE LIST

GENERAL ENGINEERING
Construction

Page ref.

Construction

Page ref.

73, 74

TITAN Anchor
Mooring

75

80, 81

TITAN Drilling Lines

79

6 x 19S

76, 78

6 x 29F

91, 92

TITAN Riser
Tensioner

96

6 x 36SW

94, 95

35 x 7 for cranes

116

6 x 37M

99, 100

6x7&7x7

68, 71

6 x 19M
6 x 19F

CRANE
Construction

52

OIL FIELD

FISHING
Page ref.

Construction

Page ref.

Powerform 35/35P

115

3-Strand

65

Hyflex 35/35P

116

4-Strand

66

Powerform 18

113

6x7

68

Hyflex 18

114

6 x 19S

76

Powerform 6/6P

83

6 x 19M

73

Powerform 8/8P

105

6 x 21F

84

Hyflex 8/8P

106

6 x 24 ( 15/9/FC)

89

Powerform 8PC

107

6 x 24S (12/12/FC)

89

Hyflex 4

67

Hyflex 6 x 36

97

6 x 26WS
compacted

90

Hyflex 6 x 19

82

Hyflex 6 x 29F

93

53

ELEVATOR

MINING
Construction

Page ref.

Construction

Page ref.

6 x 7 Winding
6 x 7 Haulage
6 x 8FS
6 x 22 / 6 x 25FS
Locked Coil Winding
Half-locked Guide
6 x 36SW
Minesflex 6
Minesflex 8
Minesform 8PVF

69
68
72
86, 87
120
121
95
98
108
109

6 x 19F (CFN)

77

8 x 19S (CFN)

110

8 x 19S + IWRC
(8 x 7 + CF)

111

Governor Rope

112

AERIAL ROPEWAY
Construction

Page ref.

6 x 7 Haulage

70

6 x 19S

76

6 x 8FS

72

Full Locked
Coil Track

117 - 119

STRUCTURAL
Construction

Page ref.

3 x 7 Safety Barriers

64

7 x 37

104

Spiral Strand

62, 63

Locked Coil

117 - 119

CONVEYOR CORDS
SHIPPING
Construction

54

Construction
Page ref.

6 x 37

101

6 x 24

88

Page ref.

7x7

102

7 x 19

103

55

CONSOLIDATED

READY
RECKONER

58

Page No.

Rope
Description

Gen. Engg.
Spl. Crane
Oil Field
Fishing
Structural
Mining
Aerial
Elevator
Shipping

Rope
Description

Gen. Engg.
Spl. Crane
Oil Field
Fishing
Structural
Mining
Aerial
Elevator
Shipping

CONSOLIDATED READY RECKONER

Page No.

1x19-1x547

62, 63

6x36SW Steel

75, 95

3x7

64

Hyflex 6x36

97

3x19S-3x31SW

65

Minesflex 6

98

4x26SW

66

6x37M FMC

96, 99, 100

Hyflex 4

67

6x37M Steel

101

6x7FMC

68 - 70

7x7

102

6x7 Steel

71

7x19

103

6x8FS

72

7x37

104

6x19M FMC

73

Powerform 8/8P

105

6x19M Steel

74

Hyflex 8/8P

106

6x19S FMC

76, 77

Powerform 8PC

107

6x19S Steel

78, 79

Minesflex 8

108

6x19F FMC

80, 112

Minesflex 8PVF

109

6x19F Steel

81

8x19S

110-112

Hyflex 6x19

82

Powerform 18

113

Powerform 6/6P

83

Hyflex 18

114

6x21F

84, 85

Powerform 35/35P

115

6x22-6x25FS

86, 87

Hyflex 35/35P

116

6x24

88, 89

LCTR & LCBR

117-119

6x26SW

90

LCWR

120

6x29F

91, 92

LCGR

121

Hyflex 6/29Fi

93

6x36SW FMC

94

Note:
n Conveyor Cords only.

59

ROPE
D E TA I L S

SPIRAL STRANDS

SPIRAL STRANDS

CONSTR.
1x19

1x37

1x61

n
n

62

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA

APPROX.
MASS

1570 N/mm2

mm

Kg./100m

kN

11
13
14.5
16
19
22
26
29
32
35
38
42
20
22
26
29
32
35
38
42
45
48
50
51
52
54

58.7
82.0
102
124
175
234
327
407
495
593
698
853
193
234
327
406
495
592
698
852
978
1110
1210
1260
1310
1410

99.9
140
174
211
298
390
544
677
824
986
1160
1420
322
389
544
676
823
985
1160
1420
1630
1850
2010
2090
2170
2340

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA

APPROX.
MASS

mm
1 x 91

1 x 127
... 547

CONSTR.

1770 N/mm2
kN
113
157
196
238
336
439
614
763
930

363
439
613
762
928
1110
1310

n
n

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2
kN

1770 N/mm2
kN

40
42
45
48
51
54
57
60
64
66

771
850
976
1110
1250
1400
1570
1730
1970
2100

1280
1410
1620
1850
2090
2340
2610
2890
3280
3490

1450
1590
1830
2080
2350

68
71
74
77
80
84
87
90
92
96
103

2230
2430
2640
2860
3080
3400
3650
3900
4080
4440
5110

3710
4040
4390
4750
5130
5660
6070
6500
6790
7390
8510

4180
4560
4950
5360
5790
6380
6840
7320
7650
8330
9590

Special requirements on breaking forces can also be met.


Spiral Strands may be provided conforming to various relevant national
and international standards to suit customer needs.
Spiral Strands can also be provided in sizes and constructions not included
in the table above.

Special requirements on breaking forces can also be met.


Spiral Strands may be provided conforming to various relevant national
and international standards to suit customer needs.
Spiral Strands can also be provided in sizes and constructions not included
in the table above.
63

3 STRAND TRAWLER ROPE

3 STRAND SAFETY BARRIERS


3 x 7 (6-1)
NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS

mm
19

Kg./100m
116

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


kN
173.6

mm
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32

Supplied as Pre-stretched
Lay - Right Hand
Coating - Galvanised Class A (normal coating mass of 230 gm/m2)
may also be supplied with coating mass of 400 gm/m2.

Typical
Applications:

Diameter
12 mm
14 mm
16 mm
18 mm
20 mm
22 mm
24 mm
26 mm
28 mm
30 mm
32 mm

2
4

Water Fronts
Crossings
Turnings
Hair Pin Bends
Khuds
R.O. Bs/
Approaches
5

64

52.6
72.2
91.8
115
147
175
211
241
281
322
366

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN
84
115
146
185
230
276
329
386
447
513
573

Note:
The following are the constructions available for each diameter.
Diameter tolerance -1, +4%. All ropes are galvanised.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

Constructions
3 x 19 S
3 x 19 S
3 x 19S, 3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 19S, 3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 19S, 3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 19S, 3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 19S, 3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW
3 x 26SW & 3 x 31SW

6
65

HYFLEX 4

4 STRAND TRAWLER ROPE


4/26SW (10-5+5-5-1)
NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32

FIBRE
56.9
77.4
100
126
156
188
224
263
305
350
398

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available.
All Ropes are galvanised.

n
n

1570 N/mm2
kN
82.1
112
146
185
228
275
328
385
446
512
583

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

Kg./100m

kN

44.8
65.4
88.8

64.0
92.3
125.5

69.4
99.9
136.5

3/4

117
149
167

164.5
207.5
231.5

177.4
224.5
250.5

7/8

183
214
218

256.5
310
317

277.5
336
343

253
275
284

369
399
413

400
432
448

298
346
398

433
502
576

469
544
624

10
12
14
16
18
19

APPROX.
MASS

5/8

20
22
24
25
26
28
30

kN

32
34
36

1.1/4

456
512
574

656
740
830

689
802
898

38
40
42

1.1/2

640
709
782

924
1002
1102

1002
1082
1192

859
898

1212
1272

1312
1372

44
45

Note:
Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be available
on request and prior confirmation.
66

67

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)

(Man Riding Haulage)


NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

mm
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
40

FIBRE CORE
3.22
5.72
8.94
12.9
22.9
28.9
35.7
43.2
51.5
60.4
70.1
91.5
116
143
173
206
242
280
366
463
572

kN
4.7
8.3
13.0
18.8
33.4
42.2
52.2
63.1
75.1
88.1
102
134
169
209
252
300
353
409
534
676
835

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
5.3
9.4
14.7
21.1
37.6
47.6
58.8
71.1
84.7
99.4
115
151
191
235
285
339
397
461
602
762
941

1960 N/mm2
kN
5.9
10.4
16
23
42
53
65
79
94
110
127
167
212
260
316
375
440
510
667
844
1042

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

mm
13
14
16
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29

FIBRE CORE
60.4
70.1
91.5
116
129
143
158
173
206
223
242
261
280
301

kN
88.1
102
134
169
188
209
230
252
300
326
353
380
409
439

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
99.4
115
151
191
212
235
259
285
339
367
397
429
461
495

1960 N/mm2
kN
110
128
167
211
235
260
287
315
375
407
440
475
510
548

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

68

69

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)

ROUND STRAND 6/7 (6/1)


(Aerial Haulage)
NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
26
28
32
36
38
40

FIBRE CORE
22.9
35.7
51.5
70.1
91.5
116
143
173
242
280
366
463
516
572

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1420 N/mm2
kN
30
47
68
92
121
153
189
228
319
370
483
611
681
755

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

1570 N/mm2
kN
33
52
75
102
134
169
209
252
353
409
534
676
753
834

1770 N/mm2
kN
38
59
85
115
151
191
235
285
397
461
602
762
849
941

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

mm
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
40

STEEL CORE
3.54
6.29
9.83
14.2
25.2
31.8
39.3
47.5
56.7
66.4
77.1
101
128
157
190
227
266
308
403
509
629

kN
5.1
9.0
14.0
20.0
36.1
45.6
56.3
68.2
81.1
95.2
110
144
183
225
273
324
381
441
577
730
901

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
5.7
10.2
15.9
22.9
40.6
51.4
63.5
76.8
91.5
107
124
163
206
254
307
366
429
498
650
823
1010

1960 N/mm2
kN
6.3
11.3
17.6
25.0
45.0
57.0
70.0
85.0
101
118
137
180
228
281
340
405
475
551
720
911
1118

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

70

71

FLATTENED STRAND

ROUND STRAND

6 x 8(7/ ) & 6 x 9 (8/ )FS

6/19M (12/6-1)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1420 N/mm2

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

mm
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
26
28
29
32
33
35
36
37
38
40

FIBRE CORE
26.20
33.20
41.00
49.60
59.00
69.30
80.40
105.00
133.00
148.00
164.00
198.00
236.00
256.00
277.00
321.00
345.00
420.00
446.00
502.00
531.00
561.00
592.00
656.00

kN
33
42
51
62
74
87
101
132
167
186
206
249
296
321
347
403
432
526
560
630
666
704
742
822

kN
36
46
57
69
82
96
111
145
184
205
227
275
327
355
384
446
478
582
619
696
737
778
821
909

kN
41
52
64
78
92
108
126
164
208
231
256
310
369
400
433
502
539
656
698
785
830
877
925
1025

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

mm
3
4
6
8
10
12
12.7
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40

FIBRE CORE
3.11
5.54
12.50
22.10
34.60
49.80
56.40
67.80
88.60
112.00
125.00
138.00
167.00
199.00
215.92
234.00
271.00
311.00
354.00
400.00
448.00
500.00
554.00

kN
4.3
7.7
17
31
48
69
77
95
124
156
174
193
234
278
301
326
378
434
494
557
625
697
772

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
4.9
8.7
20
35
54
78
87
107
139
176
196
218
263
313
340
368
426
490
557
629
705
785
870

1960 N/mm2
kN
5.4
9.6
22
39
60
87
97
118
154
195
217
241
292
347
376
407
472
542
617
697
781
870
964

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available
Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

72

73

ROUND STRAND

TITAN ANCHOR MOORING

6/19M (12/6-1)

6 x 19 and 6 x 37 class rope with CWR (IWRC)


Bright or Drawn Galvanised (RRL)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

mm
3
4
6
8
10
12
12.7
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40

STEEL CORE
3.42
6.09
13.8
24.3
38.1
54.8
63.5
74.6
97.4
123
137
152
184
219
238
257
298
342
390
440
493
550
609

kN
4.6
8.3
19
33
52
75
84
102
133
169
188
208
252
300
325
352
409
469
534
602
675
752
834

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
5.3
9.4
21
38
59
85
95
115
150
190
212
235
284
338
367
397
461
529
602
680
761
848
940

1960 N/mm2
kN
5.9
10.4
23
42
65
94
105
128
167
211
235
260
315
375
407
440
510
585
666
752
843
939
1041

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE (Fmin)

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA
inch
1-1/2
1-5/8
1-3/4
1-7/8
2.0
2-1/8
2-1/4
2-3/8
2-1/2
2-5/8
2-3/4
2-7/8
3.0
3-1/8
3-1/4
3-3/8
3-1/2
3-3/4
4.0
4-1/4
4-1/2

mm
38
42
45
48
52
54
58
60
64
67
71
74
77
80
83
87
90
96
103
108
115

EEIPS

SUPER TITAN

TITAN MAX

kN
1112
1300
1500
1710
1930
2170
2420
2690
2950
3240
3530
3840
4160
4490
4830
5180
5520
6270
7050

kN

kN

2222
2492
2761
3063
3365
3689
4025
4382
4751
5120
5512
5903
6294
7029
7908
8928
9845

4940
5320
5730
6138
6665
7255

** Ropes Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be available on request
and prior confirmation. Titan Max is available with special size tolerance and special weight.

TYPICAL EXAMPLE
Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

Class
6 x 19
6 x 37

74

Construction

Nominal Rope Dia

Rope

Strand

6 x 25 F
6 x 31 WS
6 x 36 WS
6 x 41 WS
6 x 49 SWS
6 x 46(52) WS

12-6F-6-1
12-6+6-6-1
14-7+7-7-1
16-8+8-8-1
16-8+8-8-8-1
18-9+9-9/6-1

Inch.
- 2.1/2
- 2.1/2
-3
- 3.1/2
- 3.1/2
- 4.1/2

mm
38 - 64
38 - 64
38 - 77
52 - 90
52 - 90
77 - 115
75

ROUND STRAND

HOIST & COMPENSATING ROPE

6/19S (9-9-1)

6/19 Classification

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm
6
8
10
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
51

FIBRE CORE
13.4
23.8
37.3
53.7
63.0
73.0
95.4
121
135
149
180
215
233
252
292
335
382
431
483
538
596
657
721
788
858
932
970

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN
33.2
52
75
88
102
133
168
188
208
252
299
325
351
407
468
532
600
673
750
831
917
1006
1099
1197
1299
1351

1770 N/mm2
kN
21.1
37.5
59
84
99
115
150
190
211
234
284
337
366
396
459
527
600
677
759
846
937
1033
1134
1240
1350
1465
1524

1960 N/mm2
kN
42
65
93
110
127
166
210
234
260
314
374
406
439
509
584
664
750
841
937
1038
1144
1256
1373
1495
1622
1688

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE (KN)

mm
6
6.5
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
19
22

FIBRE CORE (CFN)


12.5
15.3
22.1
29.2
35.2
42.6
50
60
71
90
127
170

1570 or 1370 / 1770 N/mm2


17.80
22.40
31.70
40.20
49.50
59.70
71.30
83.70
97.00
127.00
179.00
240.00

Note:
Measured rope diameter will be in the range of +2.5% to +5% of nominal rope
diameter under no-load condition

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

76

77

ROUND STRAND

TITAN DRILLING LINES

6/19S (9-9-1)

6 x 19 class rope with CWR (IWRC)


(Bright)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm
6
8
10
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
51

STEEL CORE
15.0
26.2
41.0
59.0
69.3
80.3
105
133
149
164
198
237
256
277
321
368
420
474
531
592
656
721
792
865
942
1022
1064

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN
36.0
56.0
81.0
95.0
110
144
182
203
224
272
323
350
379
440
505
575
648
727
810
898
990
1086
1187
1293
1403
1460

1770 N/mm2
kN
22.8
40.0
63.0
91.0
107
124
162
205
228
253
306
364
396
428
496
570
648
731
820
913
1012
1116
1225
1339
1458
1582
1646

1960 N/mm2
kN
45.0
70.0
101
118
137
179
227
253
280
339
403
438
474
549
630
717
810
908
1012
1121
1236
1356
1482
1614
1751
1822

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA
Inch.
3/4
7/8
1.0
1 - 1/8
1 - 1/4
1 - 3/8
1 - 1/2
1 - 5/8
1 - 3/4
1 - 7/8
2.0

APPROX.
MASS

mm
19
22
26
29
32
35
38
42
45
48
52

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Kg./100m
155
211
275
348
430
521
619
726
844
967
1100

EIPS

EEIPS

kN
262
354
460
568
711
854
1010
1170
1360
1550
1760

kN
288
389
506
636
782
943
1112
1300
1500
1710
1930

TYPICAL EXAMPLE
Class
6 x 19

Construction

Nominal Rope Dia

Rope

Strand

Inch.

mm

6 x 19 S
6 x 26 WS

9-9-1
10-5+5-5-1

3/4 - 2
3/4 - 2

19 - 52
19 - 52

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

78

79

ROUND STRAND

ROUND STRAND

6/19F (12-6F+6-1)

6/19F (12-6F+6-1)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

mm
8
10
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
32
34
36
38
40
44
46
48
52
58
60
64

FIBRE CORE
24.3
38.0
54.7
64.3
74.5
97.3
123
137
152
184
219
257
298
389
439
493
549
608
736
804
876
1028
1279
1369
1557

kN
34
53
76
90
104
136
172
191
212
257
305
358
416
543
613
687
766
848
1026
1122
1222
1434
1784
1909
2172

kN
38
60
86
101
117
153
194
216
239
289
344
404
469
612
691
775
863
956
1157
1265
1377
1616
2011
2152
2448

kN
42
66
95
112
130
169
214
239
265
320
381
447
519
678
765
858
956
1059
1281
1401
1525
1790
2227
2383
2711

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

80

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

mm

STEEL CORE

kN

kN

kN

8
10
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
32
34
36
38
40
44
46
48
52
58
60
64

26.7
41.8
60.2
70.7
82.0
107
135
151
167
202
241
283
328
428
484
542
604
669
810
885
964
1131
1407
1506
1714

41
65
93
109
127
165
209
233
258
312
372
436
506
661
746
837
932
1030
1250
1366
1487
1745
2172
2324
2644

46
71
103
121
140
183
232
258
286
346
412
483
560
732
826
926
1032
1144
1384
1513
1647
1933
2403
2573
2928

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

37
57
82
97
112
147
186
206
229
277
330
387
449
586
662
742
827
916
1110
1212
1319
1448
1927
2061
2345

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

81

POWERFORM 6/6P

HYFLEX 6X19

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

6
8
10
12
1/2
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60

5/8

7/8
15/16
1

1.1/4

1.7/8

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
14.3
25.5
39.8
57.3
64.2
67.3
78.0
102
129
159
193
197
229
257
269
312
408
516
637
771
917
1076
1248
1433

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
22.7
40.3
63.0
90.7
102
107
124
161
204
252
305
311
363
407
426
494
645
817
1010
1220
1450
1700
1980
2270

1960 N/mm2
kN

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

25.1
44.7
69.8
101
113
118
137
179
226
279
338
345
402
450
472
547
715
904
1120
1350
1610
1890
2190
2510

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

10
11
1/2
13
14
16
18
19
20
22

5/8
3/4

7/8
24
1
28
32
34
36
38
40
46
48
50
52
56
58
60

1-1/4

1-1/2

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
46.4
56.1
74.8
78.4
90.9
119
150
168
186
225
229
267
299
364
475
518
581
647
717
948
1032
1120
1211
1405
1507
1613

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
69.5
83.8
113
118
137
178
225
251
278
336
343
400
449
545
712
804
901
1004
1112
1362
1483
1609
1741
2019
2166
2317

1960 N/mm2
kN
85.7
98.6
140
147
170
218
276
304
335
400
408
489
552
657
846
916
1065
1165
1295
1665
1885
1975
2135
2475
2650
2810

Note:
P signifies full plastic impregnation of the steel core
n POWERFORM 6P is available only for 16 mm & above. Rope Sizes and MBL
not shown above are also available on request and prior confirmation.
n Mass per unit length of POWERFORM 6P increases by approx. 3%
n

Note:
Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be available
on request and prior confirmation.
82

83

ROUND STRAND

ROUND STRAND

6 x 21F (10-5F-5-1)

6 x 21F (10-5F-5-1)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm

FIBRE CORE

8.00
9.00
10.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
19.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
28.00
32.00

24.3
30.8
38
46
54.7
64.3
74.5
97.3
123
137
152
184
219
257
298
389

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

kN

kN

mm

STEEL CORE

34
43
53
64
76
90
104
136
172
191
212
257
305
358
416
543

38
48
60
72
86
101
117
153
194
216
239
289
344
404
469
612

8.00
9.00
10.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
19.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
28.00
32.00

26.8
33.9
41.8
50.6
60.2
70.7
82
107
135
151
167
202
241
283
328
428

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available and all the above ropes are
galvanised only

84

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

kN

kN

37
46
57
69
82
97
112
147
186
207
229
277
330
387
449
586

41
52
65
78
93
109
127
165
209
233
258
312
372
436
506
661

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available and all the above ropes are
galvanised only

85

FLATTENED STRAND

FLATTENED STRAND

6 x 22 (9/12- ) & 6 x 25 (12/12- )FS

6 x 22 (9/12- ) & 6 x 25 (12/12- ) FS

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm

FIBRE CORE

16
18
20
22
24
25
26
28
29
32
33
35
36
37
38
40

105.00
133.00
164.00
198.00
236.00
256.00
277.00
321.00
345.00
420.00
446.00
502.00
531.00
561.00
592.00
656.00

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1420 N/mm2

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

kN

kN

kN

mm

STEEL CORE

128
161
199
241
287
312
337
391
419
510
543
611
646
682
720
797

141
179
220
267
317
344
373
432
463
564
600
675
714
754
796
882

159
201
249
301
358
388
420
487
522
636
677
761
805
851
897
994

16
18
20
22
24
25
26
28
29
32
33
35
36
37
38
40

114.00
145.00
179.00
216.00
257.00
279.00
302.00
350.00
376.00
458.00
487.00
548.00
579.00
612.00
645.00
715.00

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

86

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1420 N/mm2

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

kN

kN

kN

135
171
211
256
304
330
357
414
444
541
575
647
685
723
763
845

150
189
234
283
336
365
395
458
491
598
636
715
757
800
843
934

169
213
263
319
379
412
445
516
554
674
717
807
853
901
951
1054

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

87

SHIPPING ROPE

FISHING ROPE

6 x 24 (15/9/Fibre)

6 x 24 (15/9-FC)
& 6 x 24S (12-12-FC)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm

FIBRE CORE

8.00
9.00
10.00
11.00
12.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
28.00
32.00
36.00
40.00

20.40
25.80
31.80
38.50
45.80
62.40
81.50
103.00
127.00
154.00
183.00
215.00
250.00
326.00
413.00
509.00

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1420 N/mm2

1570 N/mm2

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1420 N/mm2

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

kN

kN

kN

25.4
32.2
39.8
48.1
57.3
67.2
77.9
102
129
144
159
192
229
269
312
407

28.1
35.6
44
53.2
63.3
74.3
86.2
113
142
159
176
213
253
297
345
450

31.7
40.1
49.6
60
71.4
83.8
97.1
126.9
160.6
178.9
198.2
239.9
285.5
335
388.6
507.5

kN

kN

mm

FIBRE CORE

25
32
40
48
57
78
102
129
159
193
229
269
312
407
516
637

28
36
44
53
63
86
113
143
176
213
253
297
345
450
570
704

8.00
9.00
10.00
11.00
12.00
13.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
19.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
28.00
32.00

19.7
24.9
30.8
37.3
44.4
52.1
60.4
78.8
99.8
111
123
149
177
208
241
315

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available and all the above ropes are
galvanised only

88

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available and all the above ropes are
galvanised only

89

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm
14.0
16.0
18.0
20.0
22.0
24.0
26.0
28.0
30.0

FISHING ROPE

ROUND STRAND

6 x 26WS (10-5+5-5-1) COMPACTED

6/29F (14-7F+7-1)

APPROX. MASS
Kg./100m
POLY CORE
82
106
136
167
203
241
283
331
380

CWR
92
119
152
186
226
268
316
367
423

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


POLY CORE

CWR

kN
128.0
167.0
212.0
261.0
316.0
376.0
442.0
512.0
588.0

kN
141.0
184.0
234.0
290.0
352.0
416.0
495.0
563.0
657.0

Note:
Dual Tensile outer wires: 1570 N/mm2
inner wires: 2160 N/mm2
All intermediate sizes are also available and all the above ropes are
galvanised only

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

mm

FIBRE CORE

kN

kN

kN

10
11.2
12.5
14
16
18
20
22.4
25
28
30
31.5
33.5
35.5
37.5
40
42.5
45
47.5
50
51
53
56
60

37.9
47.5
59.8
75.0
98.7
122
152
190
238
299
343
378
428
481
536
611
690
774
862
954
993
1073
1198
1375

53
66
82
103
135
170
210
263
328
412
473
522
590
662
739
841
949
1064
1189
1313
1363
1472
1650
1889

59
74
93
116
152
192
237
297
370
464
533
588
665
746
833
948
1070
1200
1340
1480
1537
1660
1860
2130

66
82
102
128
168
213
262
329
410
514
590
651
736
826
922
1050
1185
1329
1484
1639
1702
1838
2060
2359

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

90

91

HYFLEX 6/29Fi

ROUND STRAND
6/29F (14-7F+7-1)
NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

mm

STEEL CORE

kN

kN

kN

10
11.2
12.5
14
16
18
20
22.4
25
28
30
31.5
33.5
35.5
37.5
40
42.5
45
47.5
50
51
53
56
60

42.4
53.5
66.7
83.7
107
137
169
214
264
331
379
430
473
530
592
674
761
852
949
1052
1097
1185
1322
1518

68
85
106
133
173
219
271
340
423
531
609
672
760
853
952
1080
1220
1370
1530
1690
1759
1900
2120
2440

73
92
115
144
188
238
294
369
459
576
661
729
825
926
1033
1172
1324
1487
1660
1834
1909
2062
2301
2648

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

60
75
94
118
153
194
240
302
375
471
540
596
674
757
844
958
1082
1215
1357
1499
1561
1685
1880
2164

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

92

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm
10
11.2
12.5
14
16
18
20
22.4
25
28
30
31.5
33.5
35.5
37.5
40
42.5
45
47.5
50
53
56
60

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
44
55.2
68.8
86.3
113
143
176
221
275
345
396
437
494
555
619
704
795
891
993
1100
1240
1380
1580

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1620 N/mm2
kN
63.6
79.8
99.4
125
163
206
254
319
398
499
573
631
714
802
895
1020
1150
1290
1440
1590
1790
2000
2290

1770 N/mm2
kN
67.7
84.9
106
133
173
219
271
340
423
531
609
672
760
853
952
1080
1220
1370
1530
1690
1900
2120
2440

Note:
Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be available
on request and prior confirmation.

93

ROUND STRAND

ROUND STRAND

6/36SW (14-7+7-7-1)

6/36SW (14-7+7-7-1)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

mm

FIBRE CORE

kN

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
25
28
32
36
38
40
44
46
48
52
56
60
64

24.32
30.78
38.0
46.0
54.7
64.3
74.5
97.3
123
152
184
219
238
298
389
493
549
608
736
804
876
1030
1190
1369
1557

33.3
42.1
52.0
62.9
74.4
87.9
101
133
168
203
250
298
325
405
530
670
748
828
1000
1100
1190
1400
1620
1865
2121

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

94

1960 N/mm2

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

kN

kN

mm

STEEL CORE

kN

kN

kN

37
47
58
70
84
98
114
149
189
234
282
336
363
458
598
757
843
934
1130
1227
1350
1580
1830
2102
2392

41
53
65
79
93
110
127
166
209
259
313
372
406
507
662
838
934
1035
1252
1375
1490
1748
2028
2328
2648

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
28
32
36
38
40
44
46
48
52
56
58
60
76
80

26.77
33.80
41.84
50.58
60.20
70.65
82
107
135
153
167
202
241
262
328
428
542
604
669
810
885
964
1130
1310
1405
1506
2415
2675

41
52
63
76
90
107
124
161
204
216
252
304
363
394
493
644
816
911
1009
1220
1334
1450
1710
1980
2124
2270
3643
4036

45
57
70
85
101
118
137
179
226
240
279
338
402
436
548
715
905
1008
1117
1352
1478
1609
1888
2190
2349
2514
4034
4469

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

36
45
56
68
81
95
109
143
181
192
221
271
322
349
438
571
724
808
894
1080
1184
1290
1510
1750
1877
2014
3231
3580

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available
The following construction holds good for the above chart:
6x41/6x47/6x43/6x49/6x52 SW 38-90mm & 6x61SW 57-125mm

95

HYFLEX 6 x 36

TITAN RISER TENSIONER ROPES


6 x 37 class rope with CWR (IWRC)
(Bright or galvanised)
NOMINAL
ROPE DIA

APPROX.
MASS

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

MINIMUM
BREAKING FORCE

Inch.

mm

Kg./100m

kN

1
1 - 1/4
1 - 1/2
1 - 5/8
1 - 3/4
1 - 7/8
2

26
32
38
42
45
48
52

275
430
619
726
844
967
1100

458
711
1010
1170
1360
1550
1760

8
9
10
11
12
1/2

TYPICAL EXAMPLE
Class
6 x 37

Construction

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

Nominal Rope Dia

Rope

Strand

Inch.

mm

6 x 36 WS
6 x 41 WS

14-7+7-7-1
16-8+8-8-1

1 - 1
1 - 2

26 - 45
45 - 52

13
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60

5/8

7/8
15/16
1

1.1/4

1.7/8

2.3/8

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
26.1
33.2
40.8
49.4
58.8
66.0
69.2
80.2
104
132
163
197
201
235
263
276
320
418
531
655
793
943
1111
1281
1471

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1770 N/mm2
kN
40.3
51.0
63.0
76.2
90.7
102
107
124
161
204
252
305
311
363
407
426
494
645
817
1010
1220
1450
1700
1980
2270

1960 N/mm2
kN
44.7
56.5
69.8
84.4
101
113
118
137
179
226
279
338
345
402
450
472
547
715
904
1120
1350
1610
1890
2190
2510

Note:
Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be available
on request and prior confirmation.
96

97

ROUND STRAND

MINESFLEX 6

6/37M (18/12/6-1)

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA

CONSTR.

6x37SF

SPECIAL MINING ROPES

MINIMUM BREAKING
FORCE

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

kN

kN

kN

18.8
33
52
75
102
134
169
209
253
301
353
409
469
534
676
753
835
920
1010
1104
1202
1411
1636
1878
2137

21
37
58
83
113
148
187
231
280
333
391
453
520
592
749
834
924
1020
1119
1222
1331
1562
1812
2080
2367

mm

Inch.

Kg./100m

kN

MT

mm

FIBRE CORE

38
40

1 - 1/2

597
662
705
730
801
875
953
1034
1067
1118
1206
1297
1363
1403
1502
1604
1656
1709
1884
2057

912
1010
1069
1109
1216
1334
1452
1579
1628
1707
1834
1982
2070
2139
2286
2443
2521
2600
2835
3090

93
103
109
113
124
136
148
161
166
174
187
202
211
218
233
249
257
265
289
315

6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
52
56
60
64

12.5
22.1
34.6
49.8
67.8
88.6
112
138
167
199
234
271
311
354
448
500
554
611
670
732
797
936
1090
1250
1420

1 - 5/8
42
44
46
48
50

1 - 3/4
1 - 7/8
2

52
54
56
6x43SF

6x57SF

APPROX.
MASS

2 - 1/8
2 - 1/4

58
60
62
63
64
67
70

2 - 3/8
2 - 1/2
2 - 5/8
2 - 3/4

Note:
Sizes and breaking load values not shown above are also available on request.

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

17.5
30
46
67
91
118
150
185
224
267
313
363
417
474
600
668
741
816
896
979
1066
1252
1451
1666
1896

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

98

99

ROUND STRAND

SHIPPING ROPE

6/37M (18/12/6-1)

6 x 37M (18/12/6/1)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1570 N/mm2

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

mm

STEEL CORE

kN

kN

6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
52
56
60
64

13.7
24.4
38.1
54.8
74.6
97.4
123
152
184
219
257
298
342
390
493
550
609
670
737
804
877
1029
1190
1370
1560

20
36
56
81
110
144
183
225
273
325
381
442
507
577
730
814
902
994
1090
1192
1300
1520
1770
2030
2310

kN

mm

FIBRE CORE

23
40
62
90
122
160
202
250
302
359
422
489
562
639
809
901
999
1101
1208
1321
1438
1687
1957
2246
2555

12.00
14.00
16.00
18.00
20.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
28.00
32.00
36.00
40.00
44.00
48.00
52.00
56.00

49.80
67.80
88.60
112.00
138.00
167.00
199.00
234.00
271.00
354.00
448.00
554.00
670.00
797.00
936.00
1085.00

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

17.7
32
50
72
98
128
162
200
242
288
338
392
450
512
648
722
800
882
968
1058
1150
1350
1570
1800
2050

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1420 N/mm2

1570 N/mm2

kN

kN

60
82
107
136
167
203
241
283
328
429
543
670
810
964
1132
1313

67
91
118
150
185
224
267
313
363
474
600
741
896
1066
1252
1451

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available and all the above ropes are
galvanised only

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

100

101

CONVEYOR CORD

CONVEYOR CORD

7x7

7 x 19

CORD
DIA

MIN.
BREAKING LOAD

STEEL
SECTION

LINEAR
DENSITY

CORD
DIA

MIN.
BREAKING LOAD

STEEL
SECTION

LINEAR
DENSITY

mm

kN

(mm2)

(g/m)

mm

kN

(mm2)

(g/m)

1.62
1.92
2.80
3.50
3.60
3.70
3.80
4.00
4.10
4.40
4.50
4.80
5.00
5.20
5.30
5.40
5.50

3.00
4.60
8.00
12.80
13.40
14.50
15.00
16.70
17.60
19.80
20.80
23.30
25.20
26.70
27.70
29.70
29.90

1.23
1.94
3.53
5.64
6.15
6.34
6.65
7.79
7.75
9.19
9.48
10.76
11.60
12.76
13.21
13.49
14.24

10
14
29
46
50
52
55
64
64
76
79
88
95
105
108
111
117

6.00
6.40
6.80
7.00
7.60
8.10
8.80
9.30
9.50
9.60

33.50
37.40
43.00
46.20
53.00
57.70
67.60
79.20
79.20
86.40

15.71
17.55
20.27
21.21
24.65
28.54
33.39
36.39
38.26
40.01

131
147
169
176
204
238
279
302
320
330

Drawn Galvanised.
Quality of zinc suits rubber adhesion.
n Excellent pull-out test before & after ageing.
n Excellent dynamic cycle.
n Linear density is approximate & for guidance only.
n
n

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

Drawn Galvanised.
Quality of zinc suits rubber adhesion.
n Excellent pull-out test before & after ageing.
n Excellent dynamic cycle.
n Linear density is approximate & for guidance only.
n
n

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

102

103

POWERFORM 8/8P

ROUND STRAND BRIDGE ROPES


7 x 37
NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm
25
28
32
35
38
40
42
44
48
50
n

n
n
n

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
238
299
391
467
550
610
673
738
878
953

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

340
426
556
665
784
869
958
1050
1250
1360

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

10
12
1/2
14
16
19
20
22

5/8
3/4

7/8
24
1
26
28

6 STRAND ROPES WITH STEEL STRAND CORE, GALVANISED AND PRE


STRETCHED WITH END FITTINGS IN READY TO INSTALL CONDITION
CONSTRUCTION 7 x 37 (18 : 12 : 6 1).
BRIDGE ROPES IN 7 x 19 (12 : 6 1) & 7 x 7 (6 1) CONSTRUCTIONS WITH
WIRE STRAND CORE FULLY GALVANISED AND PRESTRETCHED AND END
FITTINGS IN READY TO INSTALL CONDITION ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.
Special requirements on breaking forces can also be met.
Round Strand Bridge Ropes may be provided conforming to various relevant
national and international standards to suit customer needs.
Round Strand Bridge Ropes can also be provided in sizes and constructions not
included in the table above.

1-1/8
30
32
34
36
38
40
44

1-1/4

1-1/2

1-3/4
46
48
50
2
52

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
46.0
66.2
74.2
90.2
118
166
184
223
227
265
297
318
368
384
423
481
543
609
679
752
929
948
1016
1106
1200
1239
1298

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2
kN
87.8
126
142
172
225
317
351
425
434
506
567
594
688
717
790
899
1013
1138
1268
1405
1700
1735
1858
2023
2200
2266
2374

2160 N/mm2
kN
94.0
135
152
184
241
339
376
455
464
541
606
635
737
767
846
960
1083
1218
1357
1503
1819
1856
1985
2162
2349
2425
2541

Note:
P signifies full Plastic impregnation of steel core.
n POWERFORM 8P is available only for 16 mm & above. Rope Sizes and MBL
not shown above are also available on request and prior confirmation.
n Mass per unit length of POWERFORM 8P increases by approx. 3%
n

104

105

POWERFORM 8PC

HYFLEX 8/8P

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

10
12
1/2
14
16
18
19
22

5/8
3/4
7/8

24
1
26
28
1-1/8
30
32
36
38
42
44

1-1/4
1-1/2

1-3/4
48
50
2
52

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
43.5
62.6
70.2
85.3
111
141
157
211
215
251
281
297
345
359
396
451
570
635
785
862
879
1025
1113
1148
1203

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2
kN
72.9
105
123
143
187
239
269
356
360
423
470
500
572
596
656
747
935
1043
1305
1412
1441
1680
1833
1882
1972

2160 N/mm2
kN
81.4
117
131
160
208
267
300
400
402
475
525
562
642
665
733
836
1053
1172
1462
1577
1613
1885
2065
2101
2202

Note:
P signifies full plastic impregnation of the steel core
n HYFLEX 8P is available only for 16 mm & above. Rope Sizes and MBL not
shown above are also available on request and prior confirmation.
n Mass per unit length of HYFLEX 8P increases by approx. 3%
n

106

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

APPROX.
MASS

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2

2160 N/mm2

Kg./100m

kN

kN

8
9
10

31.7
40.1
49.5

60.5
76.6
94.7

66.5
84.2
103

11
12

59.9
71.3
79.8

112
138
152

121
150
164

83.7
97.0
111

159
181
213

172
197
232

1/2
13
14
15
16
17
18

5/8

127
143
160

239
269
300

260
292
326

19
20
22

3/4

179
198
240

341
375
448

371
408
487

7/8

245
285
319

457
527
592

497
574
646

335
388

620
735

677
801

24
1
26
28

Note:
PC signifies Parallel Closed rope.
n Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be
available on request and prior confirmation.
n

107

SPECIAL MINING ROPES

MINESFLEX 8

MINESFORM 8 PVF

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA

CONSTR.
8x37SF

SPECIAL MINING ROPES

MINIMUM BREAKING
FORCE

mm

Inch.

Kg./100m

kN

MT

38
40

1-1/2

599
664
707
732
804
878
956
1038
1071
1123
1211
1302
1356
1397
1513
1615
1668
1721
1905
2079
2263
2451
2673
2923
3138

872
961
1030
1069
1167
1275
1393
1511
1560
1628
1756
1893
1972
2031
2197
2345
2423
2502
2766
3021
3286
3561
3885
4238
4552

88.9
98
105
109
119
130
142
154
159
166
179
193
201
207
224
239
247
255
282
308
335
363
396
432
464

1 - 5/8
42
44
46
48
50

1 - 3/4
1 - 7/8
2

52
54
56

2 - 1/8
2 - 1/4

8x50SF

APPROX.
MASS

58
60
62
63
64
67
70
76
83
86

2 - 3/8
2 - 1/2
2 - 5/8
2 - 3/4
2-7/8
3
3 - 1/8
3 - 1/4
3 - 3/8

Note:
Sizes and breaking load values not shown above are also available on request.

108

NOMINAL
ROPE DIA

CONSTR.
8x37SF

MINIMUM BREAKING
FORCE

mm

Inch.

Kg./100m

kN

MT

38
40

1 - 1/2

639
708
754
780
856
936
1019
1106
1141
1196
1290
1387
1445
1488
1604
1712
1768
1812
2002
2185
2312
2379
2576
2810
3073
3299

981
1089
1148
1197
1344
1422
1550
1678
1727
1815
1962
2099
2188
2256
2433
2600
2688
2737
3012
3120
3296
3394
3561
3885
4248
4562

100
111
117
122
137
145
158
171
176
185
200
214
223
230
248
265
274
279
307
318
336
346
363
396
433
465

1 - 5/8
42
44
46
48
50

1 - 3/4
1 - 7/8
2

52
54
56

2 - 1/8
2 - 1/4

8x50SF

APPROX.
MASS

58
60
62
63
64
67
70
72
76
83
86

2 - 3/8
2 - 1/2
2 - 5/8
2 - 3/4
2 - 7/8
3
3 - 1/8
3 - 1/4
3 - 3/8

Note:
PVF signifies fully Plasticated & Valley Filled
n Sizes and breaking load values not shown above are also available on request.
n

109

HOIST & COMPENSATING ROPE

HOIST & COMPENSATING ROPE

8 x 19S (9-9-1)

8 x 19S (9-9-1) + IWRC (8 x 7 + CF)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE (KN)

mm
8
9
9.5
10
11
12
12.7
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
25.4

FIBRE CORE (CFN)


22.20
27.00
31.00
34.70
42.00
50.30
56.00
58.50
66.00
88.80
109.00
135.00
165.00
184.00
217.00

1570 or 1370 / 1770 N/mm2


28.10
36.20
39.80
44.00
53.20
64.00
71.50
74.80
86.20
113.00
141.00
178.00
213.00
233.00
254.00

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE (KN)

mm
6.5
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
20

STEEL CORE (CFN)


16.10
24.00
30.70
38.50
46.60
55.10
65.60
75.30
98.40
123.00
153.00

1570 or 1370 / 1770 N/mm2


24.70
36.20
46.00
57.60
69.90
82.70
98.20
113.60
147.40
184.40
230.00

Note:
Measured rope diameter will be in the range of +2.5% to +5% of nominal rope
diameter under no-load condition

Note:
Measured rope diameter will be in the range of +2.5% to +5% of nominal rope
diameter under no-load condition

110

111

POWERFORM 18

GOVERNOR ROPES
6/25F (12-6F+6-1)
NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm
6
7
8
10
12

FIBRE CORE
12.5
18.0
22.1
35.2
49.8

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN
-

1770 N/mm2

1960 N/mm2

kN
19.6
29.5
34.8
54.4
78

kN

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

6
7
8
9
10
11
12
1/2
13
14
15
16
17
18

8/19S (9-9-1)

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm
8
9.5
11
12.7

FIBRE CORE
22.2
31.0
42.0
56.0

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN
-

1770 N/mm2
kN
28.1
39.8
53.2
71.5

5/8

3/4

1960 N/mm2

20
22

kN
-

7/8
24
1
26
28
30
32

Note:
Measured rope diameter will be in the range of +2.5% to +5% of nominal rope
diameter under no-load condition

1-1/4

APPROX.
MASS

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2

2160 N/mm2

Kg./100m

kN

kN

17.5
23.8
31.0
39.3
48.5
58.7
69.8
78.2
82.0
95.1
109
124
140
157
175
194
235
240
279
313
328
380
437
497

29.4
38.0
51.8
64.6
80.8
101
116
135
141
160
182
209
237
266
291
320
379
387
462
517
542
632
721
820

111
127
148
155
177
201
232
262
295
322
359
424
433
523
585
613
710
809
920

Note:
n
n

112

P signifies full plastic impregnation of the steel core


Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be
available on request and prior confirmation.
113

POWERFORM 35/35P

HYFLEX 18

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

APPROX.
MASS

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2

2160 N/mm2

Kg./100m

kN

kN

6
7
8

14.6
19.9
26.0

25.0
34.0
45.0

27.0
36.7
48.6

9
10
11

32.9
40.6
49.1

56.5
70.0
84.0

61.0
75.6
90.7

12
13

58.5
65.5
68.6

101
113
118

109
121
127

14
15
16

79.6
91.4
104

137
157
180

148
169
194

1/2

5/8

17
18
3/4

117
132
147

203
226
253

219
244
273

7/8

162
197
201

279
339
346

301
366
374

20
22

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in
1/2

14
16
18
19
20
22

5/8
3/4

7/8
24
1
26
28
1-1/8
30
32
35
38
40
42

1-1/4
1-3/8
1-1/2

1-3/4
46
48

Note:
Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be available
on request and prior confirmation.

2
52

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
81.1
98.6
129
163
182
201
243
249
290
325
340
394
411
453
515
616
726
805
887
994
1064
1159
1298
1360

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2
kN
148
180
233
300
331
372
444
453
531
591
621
720
748
827
944
1125
1326
1477
1485
1646
1765
1935
2150
2256

2160 N/mm2
kN
160
192
252
321
358
399
484
490
572
640
661
788
810
904
1035
1216
1437
1588

Note:
POWERFORM 35P is available on special request and prior confirmation.
Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be
available on request and prior confirmation.
n Mass per unit length of Powerform 35P increases by approx. 3%

n
n

114

115

LOCKED COIL TRACK ROPES &


STRUCTURAL ROPES

HYFLEX 35/35P

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
mm

NOM.
ROPE
DIA
in

10
12
1/2
14
16
19
20
22

5/8
3/4

7/8
24
1
26
28
1-1/8
30
32
35
36
38
42
44

1-1/4
1-3/8
1-1/2

1-3/4
48
2
52

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m
44.8
64.5
72.0
88.0
115
162
179
217
221
258
289
303
351
366
403
459
549
581
647
790
867
885
1032
1156
1211

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1960 N/mm2
kN
76.0
107
123
148
194
277
301
370
376
441
491
517
599
621
679
769
945
983
1078
1227
1347
1375
1603
1796
1881

2160 N/mm2
kN
86.5
125
137
168
221
312
337
412
418
498
546
581
681
704
775
865
1044
1085
1205

Note:
P signifies full plastic impregnation of the steel core
n HYFLEX 35P is available on special request and prior confirmation.
n Rope Sizes and Breaking Force not shown in the standard table, may be
available on request and prior confirmation.
n

116

Mass per unit length of HYFLEX 35P increases by approx. 3%

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1370 N/mm2

1470 N/mm2

1570 N/mm2

mm
25
26
28
29
30
32
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
42
43
44
45
46
48
50
52
54
55
56
58
60
61
62
64
65
66

UNGALV.
350
379
440
472
505
574
648
687
727
768
810
853
897
989
1040
1090
1140
1190
1290
1400
1520
1640
1700
1760
1890
2020
2190
2260
2410
2480
2560

kN
520
562
652
699
748
851
961
1020
1080
1140
1200
1260
1330
1470
1540
1610
1680
1760
1920
2080
2250
2420
2520
2610
2800
2990
3240
3350
3570
3680
3790

kN
558
603
700
750
803
914
1030
1090
1160
1220
1290
1360
1430
1570
1650
1730
1810
1890
2060
2230
2410
2600
2700
2800
3000
3210
3480
3590
3830
3950
4070

kN
596
644
747
801
858
976
1100
1170
1230
1300
1380
1450
1520
1680
1760
1840
1930
2020
2200
2380
2580
2780
2880
2990
3210
3430
3710
3840
4090
4220
4350

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

* Heavy galvanized structural rope mass increases by around 5%.

Contd...
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LOCKED COIL TRACK ROPES &


STRUCTURAL ROPE

LOCKED COIL TRACK ROPES &


STRUCTURAL ROPE
NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1370 N/mm2

mm
68
69
70
72
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
82
84
86
88
89
90
92
94
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103

UNGALV.
2720
2800
2880
3050
3220
3300
3390
3480
3570
3670
3760
3950
4150
4340
4550
4650
4760
5030
5250
5480
5590
5710
5820
5940
6060
6180
6300

kN
4030
4150
4270
4520
4770
4900
5030
5160
5300
5440
5580
5860
6150
6440
6750
6900
7060
7460
7780
8120
8290
8460
8630
8810
8990
9170
9350

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1470 N/mm2
kN
4320
4450
4580
4850
5120
5260
5400
5540
5690
5830
5980
6290
6600
6910
7240
7400
7570
8000
8350
8710
8890
9080
9270
9450
9640
9840
10000

1570 N/mm2
kN
4620
4750
4890
5180
5470
5620
5770
5920
6070
6230
6390
6710
7040
7380
7730
7910
8090
8550
8920
9300
9500
9700
9900
10100
10300
10500
10700

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

1370 N/mm2

mm
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
130
135
140

UNGALV.
6430
6550
6680
6800
6930
7060
7190
7320
7450
7590
7720
7860
7990
8130
8270
8410
8560
8700
8840
8990
9140
9280
10200
11000
11800

kN
9530
9710
9900
10100
10300
10500
10700
10900
11100
11200
11400
11700
11900
12100
12300
12500
12700
12900
13100
13300
13500
13800
15100
16200
17500

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1470 N/mm2
kN
10200
10400
10600
10800
11000
11200
11400
11600
11900
12100
12300
12500
12700
12900
13200
13400
13600
13800
14100
14300
14500
14800
16200
17400
18700

1570 N/mm2
kN
10900
11100
11300
11600
11800
12000
12200
12400
12700
12900
13100
13400
13600
13800
14100
14300
14500
14800
15000
15300
15500
15800
17300
18600
20000

* Heavy galvanized structural rope mass increases by around 5%.

* Heavy galvanized structural rope mass increases by around 5%.

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119

LOCKED COIL GUIDE ROPES

LOCKED COIL WINDING ROPES

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX.
MASS
Kg./100m

mm

UNGALV.

16
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
42
44
46
48
51
54
57
60

148
188
209
232
256
281
334
363
392
423
447
479
513
584
659
698
739
780
823
867
912
1005
1104
1206
1313
1483
1662
1852
2052

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE


1570 N/mm2
kN
208
264
294
326
359
394
469
509
550
593
638
685
733
834
941
997
1055
1114
1176
1238
1303
1436
1576
1723
1876
2117
2374
2645
2931

NOM.
ROPE
DIA

APPROX. MASS
Kg./100m

700 - 900 N/mm2

800 - 950 N/mm2

mm
29
32
35
38
41
44
48
50
54

UNGALV. / GALV.
456
558
711
840
977
1125
1339
1453
1696

kN
319
387
473
560
666
772
879
1004
1159

kN
386
473
580
686
811
937
1081
1229
1419

MINIMUM BREAKING FORCE

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available

Note:
All intermediate sizes are also available
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121

WHY USHA MARTIN ROPE?


n

122

Guaranteed Raw Material Quality


l Developed, manufactured and quality certified by
own Steel Plant.
l Tailor made raw materials to ensure consistent rope
quality and desired end-properties
Guaranteed Product Quality
l State-of-the-art pickling plant.
l State-of-the-art patenting furnaces.
l Latest generation wire-drawing machinery
l Computerised rope design.
l In-house developed rope making machinery for
manufacturing high-performance ropes.
l Breaking load and fatigue test equipment to guarantee
desired performance and quality.

WHY USHA MARTIN ROPE?


n

Guaranteed Quality systems


l ISO 9001:2000
l API
l OTIS
l ABS
l LLOYDS
l NKK
l JIPM
Robust Process Control
l Qualified supervisors & operators trained in own
institution on product process and equipment.
l Regular training of operations staff at HRD centre.
l Visual display of process parameters at each stage
of processing.
l Stringent quality control at every stage of
manufacturing.

Quality policy

TPM policy

Our quality policy is to fulfil customers


requirement through reliable products and
services meeting all regulatory requirements
and through continual improvement of our
quality management system.

It is our policy to induce change in all


employees by delegation, empowerment and
motivation to achieve total participation towards
zero accident, zero defect and zero failure.

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HOW TO ORDER A ROPE


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n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n

Nominal Diameter and tolerance.


Construction/Class/Brand Name.
Finish (galvanised or ungalvanised)
Tensile Strength
Minimum Breaking load requirement.
Core Fibre/IWRC/WSC.
Lay - eg. Right hand regular lay.
Lubrication
Packing wooden reel/steel reel/coils.
Particulars of fittings
Preformed /Non-preformed
Exact length per reel / coil etc ( special length tolerance,
if any)
Delivery time
Special requirements
l
Pre-stretching
l
Packaging
l
Identification
l
Third-party inspection

HOW TO IDENTIFY USHA MARTIN ROPE

Every genuine Usha Martin rope has


this identification tape inside

Note:

It is always important to state the application of the rope other than


the above points to ensure correct rope for your purpose or find
out more at www.ushamartin.com
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Wire rope will fail if worn out, shock loaded, overloaded,
misused, damaged, improperly maintained or abused.
Always inspect wire rope for wear, damage or abuse
before use.
Never use a wire rope which is worn out, damaged,
corroded or abused.
Never overload or shock load a wire rope.

METRIC IMPERIAL DIAMETER CONVERSION


in.

mm.

in.

mm.

in.

mm.

/32
/16
7/
32
1/
4

3.97
4.76
5.56
6.35

15

/16
1
11/16
11/8

23.8
25.4
27.0
28.6

21/2
23/4
3
31/4

63.5
69.9
76.2
82.6

/16
/8
7/
16

7.94
9.53
11.1

13/16
11/4
13/8

30.2
31.8
34.9

31/2
33/4
4

88.9
95.3
101.6

/2

12.7

11/2

38.1

/16
/8
11/
16

14.3
15.9
17.5

15/16
13/4
17/8

41.3
44.5
47.6

41/4
41/2
43/4
5

108.0
114.3
120.7
127.0

/4
/16
7/
8

19.0
20.6
22.2

2
21/8
21/4

50.8
54.0
57.2

5
3

Use the correct design factor for the application.


Inform yourself : Read and understand the machinery
manufacturers handbook and guidance from the wire
rope manufacturer.

13

Refer to applicable directives, regulations, standards


and codes concerning inspection, examination and rope
removal criteria.

All statements, technical information and recommendations contained


herein are believed to be reliable, but no guarantee is given as to their
accuracy and/or completeness. The user must determine the suitability of
the product for his own particular purpose, either alone or in combination
with other products and shall assume all risk and liability in connection
therewith.
Whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy in the content of
the tables, the information contained in this catalogue does not form any
part of a contract.
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CONVERSION TABLE
Length

1m

= 1000 mm

= 3,281ft

= 39,37 inch

Force

1kN

= 101,97kp

= 0,10197 MT-f

= 224lbs-f

Tensile
Strength

1N/mm2

= 0,10197
kp/mm2

= 145,04 p.s.i.

= 10 bar

Cross
Section

1 mm2

= 0,00155 in2

Weight

1 metric t

= 1000 kg
= 1,102 short t = 0,9842 long t

Weight per
Length Unit 1 kg/m

= 2204,6 lbs

= 0,672 lbs/ft

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CHANDIGARH

HOSHIARPUR

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LUDHIANA

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GAZIABAD
DELHI

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FARIDABAD

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KOLKATA
JAMSHEDPUR

SILVASA
MUMBAI

NAGPUR
PUNE
CHENNAI

Manufacturing
Facilities

BANGALORE

MADURAI

Sales Office
Head Office

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INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE
Sheffield, UK
Aberdeen, UK
Glasgow, UK
Copenhagen
Worksop, UK
Houston
Germany
Baku

Vietnam

Johannesburg

Manufacturing
Facilities

Australia
Singapore

Dubai

Distribution Centers

Bangkok
Silvasa

Sales Office
EMMC Centers

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Jamshedpur

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WHERE TO CONTACT US
USHA MARTIN LIMITED
2A, Shakespeare Sarani, Kolkata 700 071, India
Phone : 00 91 33 2282 3985, 39800300,
Fax : 00 91 33 39800500/400
E mail : marketing-rope@ushamartin.com
Overseas office
USHA MARTIN AMERICAS, INC
7010 Zoltowski Street, Houston
Texas 77020, USA
Phone : 00 1 713 676 1800
Fax : 00 1 713 676 1166
E mail : umai@ushamartinus.com
USHA MARTIN UK LIMITED
Unit 5, Blair Court
Clydebank Business Park
Clydebank G-81-2LA
UK
Phone : 00 44 141 951 8801
Fax : 00 44 141 951 8802
E mail : marketing-uk@ushamartin.com
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Vallensbaek Strand
Denmark
Phone : 00 45 70 22 5800
Fax : 00 45 70 22 6900
E mail : marketing-scandinavia@ushamartin.com
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53, Shipyard Road
Singapore 628 140
Phone : 00 65 62657756
Fax : 00 65 62657226
E mail : marketing-singapore@ushamartin.com
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Sandy Lane
Worksop
Nottinghamshire
United Kingdom
S80 3ES
Phone : 0044 1909 537600
Fax : 0044 1909 537603
E mail : marketing-bsuk@ushamartin.com
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Representative offices
BANGLADESH
Baitul Haque (6th Floor)
78, Motijheel Commercial Area
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Phone : 00 88 02956 8394
E mail : marketing-bangladesh@ushamartin.com
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Brunton Wolf Wire Rope FZCo.
P.O. Box : 17491
Dubai, Jebel Ali Free Zone
United Arab Emirates
Phone : 00 971 48838151
Fax : 00 971 48838152
E mail : marketing-bsme@ushamartin.com
VIETNAM
Unit 1909C, Saigon Trade Center
37 Ton Duc Thang Street
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Phone : 00 84 8 9102906
Fax : 00 84 8 9102951
E mail : ushamartin@hcm.vnn.vn
Domestic Offices
South Regional Office
USHA MARTIN LIMITED
N. R. Deve Complex, C-34/201, 2nd Floor
II Avenue, Anna Nagar, Chennai 600 040
Phone : 044 2620 4274/76, Fax : 044 2620 4277
E mail : marketing-south@ushamartin.com
West Regional Office
USHA MARTIN LIMITED
Agarwal Estate
168, CST Road, Kalina, Mumbai 400 098
Phone : 022 2616 0178, 2652 8477
Fax : 022 2652 6774
E mail: marketing-west@ushamartin.com
North Regional Office
USHA MARTIN LIMITED
701, Surya Kiran,
19, Kasturba Gandhi Marg
New Delhi 100 001
Phone : 011 2331 5156/5157/5158
Fax : 011 2332 0723, 2332 5586
E mail : marketing-north@ushamartin.com

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