Product Description. Galvanized wire rope (aka aircraft cable) is one of the most popular types of wire rope. Not intended for aircraft use, not certified to MIL-W-83420. Available by the foot, also sold in standard lengths that are coiled or spooled. Great for slings, chokers, winch lines and zip lines.
Our 3/8-inch aircraft cable is constructed with 7 strands made up of 19 wires each. With a steel core for added strength. Breaking Strength - 14,400 lb. LENGTH OPTIONS FOR 3/8" 7 X 19. 3/8" X 500', 7x19, Type 304 Stainless Steel Cable ReelStainless Steel Cable - 3/8 in. dia. 7x19 construction. type 304 s.s. 500 ft. reel. Warning:Not for aircraft use. Breaking strength:12000 lbs.
SKU(s) 61782, 97506, 69804 Brand Haul-Master Cable gauge 3/16 in. Material Galvanized steel Maximum Working load (lbs.) 3960 lb. Product Length 50 ft. Shipping Weight Amsteel Blue 3/8" Synthetic Rope by the Foot - 17,600 lbs 3/8" (9 mm) True Diameter:0.38" - 0.40" Breaking Strength:17,600 lb (7,980 kg) Recommended
AmSteel®-Blue winch lines have a higher breaking strength than wire cable giving you that added peace of mind when dependability is critical. Float. AmSteel®-Blue winch lines float in water, an added benefit for visibility and safety. Convenient. AmSteel®-Blue synthetic winch lines are torque free and will not kink like wire cable. Genuine. Choose the Correct Size Winch LineOn the left is a 3/8" Classic synthetic winch line with a breaking strength of 17,600 lbs. On the right is a smaller diameter, 5/16" Superline®, which has a breaking strength of 21,700 lbs. The high strength of the Superline® allows you to use a smaller diameter line without sacrificing strength.
Aircraft cable is available in galvanized steel and Stainless Steel, and is also offered in Stainless Steel Type 316. Our aircraft cable comes in 1x7 strand, 1 x19 strand, 7x7 strand, and 7x19 strand all in galvanized steel or stainless steel. Aircraft cable sizes range from 1/32" to 3/8", with breaking strengths (tensile strengths) ranging High Strength Steel Aircraft Cable Steel Cable Wire & RopeOur stainless-steel aircraft cable consists of thin steel wires that are stranded together to give the cable a combination of flexibility and strength. Although the largest diameter of aircraft cable available at Tyler Madison maxes out at a ¼, it is lightweight and strong enough to meet special airline safety standards.
Nominal Strengths of Wire Ropes. 6 x19 Classification/Bright (Uncoated), or Drawn Galvanized, Fiber Core. by 8.896; 1 lb = 4.448 newtons (N). For Regular Galvanized Strengths, Deduct 10%. Stainless Steel Wire Tensile Strength chart Component Tensile Strength of Stainless Steel Wire. This data is for spooled wire. For straightened and cut lengths, the minimum tensile strength will be be approximately 90% of the values listed in the table. Spring temper values are in accordance with ASTM A-313. Mechanical Properties
Easy-to-Machine 1215Carbon Steel Rods. A lead -free alternative to 12L14, 1215 carbon steel contains the same amount of sulfur and phosphorus for excellent machinability. It is Wire Rope IWRC Fiber Core Cables Strand We also supply strand cables made from galvanized, T316, and standard stainless steel in the following classes:1 x 7, 1 x 19, 7 x 7 and 7 x 19. They are available in diameters ranging from 1/32 to 3/8 inches with breaking strengths from 120 pounds to 14,400 pounds.
Wire Rope. At Armstrong / Alar, our wire ropes consist of:A fiber or steel inner core. A layer of wrapped or braided multi-wire strands of stainless steel or IPS. An additional outer layer of wrapped or braided wire strands made with iron, steel, bright steel, T304 and T316 stainless steel, and galvanized IPS.3/8" 6x19 Class Wire Rope - 15100 lbs Breaking StrengthGeneral purpose wire rope, a best-seller 6x19 class, includes 6x19, 6x25 and 6x26 variations Made from Extra Improved Plow Steel (EIPS) with an Independent Wire Rope Center (IWRC) Great for slings, chokers, winch lines and even crane lines Mill certificates available upon request