Steel Wire Ropes


Wire ropes are used dynamically for lifting and hoisting in cranes and elevators, and for transmission of mechanical power. Wire rope is also used to transmit force in mechanisms, such as a Bowden cable or the control surfaces of an airplane connected to levers and pedals in the cockpit.
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  1. Mobile Cranes wire ropes
  2. Elevator Wire Ropes
  3. Engineering Industries
  4. Tower cranes 
  5. Piling rigs 
  6. Boring rigs 



Elevator Wire Rope

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Length150 m
Core TypeSteel Core
Surface FinishingGalvanized
Strand Construction Size6x19
Packaging TypeBundle
Usage/ ApplicationCommercial Lift
Country of OriginMade in India

Wire ropes make a robust and reliable solution for the lifting of elevators. The manner in which it is manufactured ensures that it is reliable and not dependent on one standalone wire or strand to hold the load that it is lifting. We look below at how elevator ropes are used. Elevator Wire Ropes AssembliesThe beauty of the lifting equipment is that they can be assembled in a number of different ways to provide multiple solutions to manage multiple problems. One such rope assembly is a lift rope, which is used specifically for lifting elevators.  These lift ropes can come in a variety of lengths and diameters, as well as with a number of different fittings and end terminations to suit differing elevator requirements. For example, one of the most common forms of lift rope is the open conical socket rope, although there are plenty of other options available such as hoist ropes, and drum and counterweight ropes.  Some of the Rope Services Direct Ltd’s sturdy rope  A Safe AlternativeAs the elevator wire ropes will be regularly lifting heavy loads, with both the weight of the elevator and the multiple passengers that it must carry, it is important that it is strong and reliable. All rope is manufactured with customer safety as the number one priority, but due to the nature of repetitive heavy lifting, all elevator rope must be regularly inspected; the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) require that this is done every six months.  The strength and grade of the lifting medium that is used will depend on a number of different factors, particularly the load requirement and the car speed of the elevator. Depending on the results, you may use a simple steel rope or a steel core rope. You may even have an elevator that uses reverse bends .

Wire Ropes

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With rich industry experience and knowledge, we are supplying a qualitative range of Piling Ropes. The offered array is manufactured using high grade raw material and advanced technology by our skilled professionals. In order to ensure the quality, this assortment is stringently tested on various parameters. Clients can avail the offered product from us in different specifications, as per their needs.

Mobile Crane Wire Ropes

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     Crane wire rope specification is determined by the rope’s diameter, which is measured in millimetres i.e. the wider the diameter, the higher the grade. You can depend on our team to help you select the crane wire rope that will match your needs.

    When you call All About Lifting & Safety, some of the considerations we will look at in order to recommend, supply and install a crane wire rope for you include:

    1. Strength
    2. Rotation resistance
    3. Crushing resistance
    4. Abrasion resistance
    5. Fatigue resistance
    6. Corrosion resistance
    7. Rope extension

    Engineering industries Wire Rope

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      Wire rope is a collection of metal strands that have been twisted and wound to form the shape of a helix with the purpose of supporting and lifting heavy loads and performing tasks that are too rigorous for standard wire. On shipping docks, rigging, and load bearing equipment, wire rope is attached to swivels, shackles, or hooks to lift a load in a controlled, even, and efficient manner.

      Tower Crane Wire Rope

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        Tower cranes are used for lifting heavy building materials such as concrete slabs, steel, a wide range of building materials and machinery (e.g. generators). Often rising several hundred feet into the air, they are usually a local landmark.  They are particularly important in the construction of tall buildings that are hard to reach with other types of crane. There are many safety aspects to consider when using a tower crane , read up on tower crane safety and guides before use.

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