STAINLESS WIRE ROPE IS EXTREMELY VERSATILE MATERIAL
It is essential to use stainless wire rope in projects that require strong materials, this cable model is known in the market for offering great resistance to high temperatures and long useful life free of corrosion.
Initially, the wire rope was implemented in Germany, where it was created. The material started to spread around the world after the First World War, when the need for high quality and good resistance material was present. In several places, the wire rope was used in the manufacture of aircraft and to attach bombs and mines in different fields.
Pharmaceutical and chemical industries generally use the stainless wire rope on a large scale, because in these places the transit of dangerous materials such as chlorinated baths, sulfuric acid, alkaline solutions among others, is large, and the stainless wire rope has great resistance to these materials.
On the other hand, because this type of cable is manufactured from stainless steel, the price of the raw material ends up making the final product very expensive. Thus, although they are highly reliable and resistant, it is necessary to check the real need for this specific type of material in the enterprise where it will be installed. It is also important to remember that the useful life of this type of steel cable in a corrosive environment is longer than other finishes, which pays off the investment in the material.
WIRE ROPES MODELS
The stainless wire rope is found mainly in the 6×19/6×25 or 6×7 formations. The 6×7 wire rope sold by FUERTES, is more used in controllers, machines, small sailboats, meters and decoration of environments. In contrast, the 6×19/6×25 wire rope is commonly found in the nautical industry, such as boat sails, level gauges and hoists, applications that require greater flexibility of the stainless wire rope.
The aeronautics and large mining companies also use the material a lot, since it provides valuable support for the machines and projects performed in these areas. In the industrial sector, it has a prominent position in the making of permanent lifelines on roofs and on sailor-type stairs.