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Steel core

Diameter

in.

Weight

approx./ 100 ft.

lbs.

Minimum Breaking Strength — lbs.

IPS

EIPS

Galv.

Bright

Galv.

Bright

1/4
12
5,300
5,880
6,120
6,800
5/16
18
8,240
9,160
9,480
10,540
3/8
26
11,800
13,120
13,600
15,100
7/16
35
16,000
17,780
18,360
20,400
1/2
46
20,700
23,000
24,000
26,600
9/16
59
26,100
29,000
30,200
33,600
5/8
72
32,200
35,800
37,000
41,200
3/4
104
46,000
51,200
53,000
58,800
7/8
142
62,200
69,200
71,600
79,600
1
185
80,800
89,800
93,000
103,400
1 1/8
234
101,800
113,000
117,000
130,000
1 1/4
289
125,000
138,800
143,800
159,800
1 3/8
350
150,400
167,000
172,800
192,000
1 1/2
416
178,000
197,800
206,000
228,000
1 3/4
567
240,000
266,000
276,000
306,000
2
739
310,000
344,000
356,000
396,000
2 1/4
936
387,000
430,000
444,000
494,000
2 1/2
1160
471,000
524,000
543,000
604,000

Cable larger than 2” available on request.

The 6X19 classification of wire ropes includes standard 6 strand, round strand ropes with 15 through 26 wires per strand.
This is a good rope to withstand abrasion or crushing on the drum. Ropes with independent wire rope strands and a core (IWRC) in general, are more crush resistant than fiber core ropes.
Bright or galvanized finished available.  Bright is A-1 LUB.  Galvanized is dry or light lub.

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