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Aircraft Cable & Connectors
Application: For pulling and pushing application, for use with pulleys, sheaves and winches. (Not for use in aircrafts and Not for lifting or suspending of loads!)
Aircraft Cable Description: Galvanized aircraft cable, 7x19 construction. Very flexible with low fatigue rate for use with pulleys and sheaves. 7x19 construction consists of 1 core cluster of 19 strands of cable surrounded by 6 clusters of 19 strands of cable (see picture of cross section below). More flexible than 1x7, 1x19, or 7x7 construction. Designed for industrial and marine applications. Manufactured in according to Federal Specification RR-W-410E and A.S.T.M. A 1023/A 1023M, as applicable.More
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|Model||Cable Diameter (in)||Breaking Strength (lbs)||Length (ft)||Weight (lbs)||Usually Ships Within||Price||Qty.|
|A2000||$23.10|| ||Quick View|
|A2001||$46.20|| ||Quick View|
|A2002||$69.30|| ||Quick View|
|A2003||$92.40|| ||Quick View|
|A2004||$126.50|| ||Quick View|
|A2005||$35.20|| ||Quick View|
|A2006||$70.40|| ||Quick View|
|A2007||$125.00|| ||Quick View|
|A2008||$165.80|| ||Quick View|
|A2009||$191.00|| ||Quick View|
|A2010||$45.10|| ||Quick View|
|A2011||$90.20|| ||Quick View|
|A2012||$152.30|| ||Quick View|
|Vs.||Model||Cable Diameter (in)||Breaking Strength (lbs)||Length (ft)||Weight (lbs)||Usually Ships Within||Price|
|A2013||$194.40|| ||Quick View|
|A2014||$275.50|| ||Quick View|
What you should know BEFORE you buy!
- Warning: Read and follow ALL instructions and warnings. Failure to do so could result in injury or death.
Correct Method of Installing Wire Rope Clips:
When using wire rope clips, extreme care must be exercised to make certain they are attached correctly. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.
- Turn back specified length of wire rope from thimble (see rope clip table above). Put first clip one saddle width from seized "dead end" (Fig. 1 below). Seat "live end" (load carrying part) of wire rope in saddle and position U-bolt over "dead end." Remember: "Never saddle a dead horse." Tighten nuts evenly to proper torque (see tables on next two pages).
- Put second clip close to the thimble without binding it (Fig. 2). Install nuts firmly but do not yet tighten to proper torque.
- Install all remaining clips equally spaced between the first two clips (Fig. 3). Install nuts firmly but do not yet tighten to proper torque.
- Apply light tension to wire rope assembly, and then tighten all nuts evenly to proper torque (Fig. 4).
Inspect wire rope clip nuts before and after each use and re-torque as needed. When loads are applied, the wire rope will stretch slightly causing the rope to slip and the termination to come loose, which may cause serious injury or death. Add at least one more clip if a pulley (sheave) is used in place of a thimble. If uncertain, check with the wire rope manufacturer. If more clips are used than specified, proportionally increase the amount of wire rope that is turned back. When the required minimum number of clips is installed in accordance with these written instructions, they will develop up to 80% efficiency when used on right lay wire rope of classes 6x19, 6x36, 7x19, 8x19, 19x7, and cable laid. Drop forged wire rope clips are recommended for use only with steel core wire ropes.
Select the right wire rope clip for your application:
NEVER use cast malleable wire rope clips for lifting or suspending ANY load.
Match the same size wire rope clip to the same size rope diameter. For example, use a 3/8" wire rope clip with a 3/8" wire rope.
When working with coated wire cable, ALWAYS:
- Match wire rope clip size to uncoated cable diameter and
- Strip coating off cable where wire rope clips will be attached.
Install wire rope clips correctly:
- Never use fewer than the number of wire rope clips defined in the tables on the next two pages.
- Wire rope clips are made for use with wire rope only. Never use wire rope clips on pipe, rod, chain, fiber rope, etc.
Use wire rope clips properly:
- Never connect two ends of wire rope with wire rope clips.
- Never shock or impact load.
Inspect and maintain wire rope clips regularly:
- Inspect wire rope clips before each use. Discard and replace wire rope clips that are worn, distorted, or damaged.
- Inspect wire rope clip nuts before and after each use and re-torque as needed.