wire rope


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wire rope

[′wīr ‚rōp]
(engineering)
A rope formed of twisted strands of wire.

wire rope

A rope usually fabricated of twisted strands of wire, usually laid over a core.
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Thanks to its 360[degrees] rotation, 7 m height and use of a Verlinde Eurobloc VT electric wire rope hoist, the crane can be used for loading and unloading goods and equipment, or for lifting vessels out of the water for maintenance purposes.
Displacement measurement of broken wire on the piece of wire rope which is affixed by wire on the wire rope: 1--wire rope; 2--linear displacement transducer Hottiger Tr4; 3--sensor Tr4 frame; 4--piece of wire rope
LUBE THE WIRE ROPE ACCORDING TO THE LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR EOUIPMENT.
UML, the flagship company of Kolkata based Jhawar group, is India's largest and one of the top five manufacturers' of steel wire & wire ropes of the world.
We are a major supplier of wire rope, wire rope slings, rigging tools to giant contractors of oil industry such as McDermott, NPCC, CCC, Saipan, to name a few," says Sharma.
Wire rope hoists are bigger than chain hoists and the bigger motors can handle larger loads.
Wire rope hoists are usually too big and too expensive for small jobs, says Bob Smilak of Stahl CraneSystems, 'but around 5 tons, wire rope becomes more cost-efficient.
said Wednesday they will set up a new company next April to produce and sell wire ropes.
For instance, if a wire rope cable fails when lifting or winching a load, the cable often whips violently and can cause serious injury.
In the gold mines, the wire rope is laid to cut a channel just above and just below the reef horizon.
has produced its first 2-inch diameter wire rope sling in Indianapolis with an ultimate strength of 370,000 pounds.
Contract awarded for steel wire rope 3 mm fibre core