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Rotation Resistant Wire Ropes

19 X 19 ROTATION-RESISTANT
19 x 19 is recommended for both multipart load and singlepart fast line applications where rotational stability of the lifted
load is needed, such as for use as a long fall on offshore pedestal cranes, rough and all terrain cranes, and crawler cranes.
19 X 19 PROVIDES:

1 9 X 1 9 R O TAT I O N - R E S I S TA N T

Fatigue Resistance
Improved fatigue properties are derived through the
combination of the flexible 19 x 19 construction and die
drawn strands. The drawn strand surfaces minimize the
interstrand and interlayer nicking that take place in round
rotation-resistant ropes.

Resistance to Drum Crushing


19 x 19 wire ropes are resistant to the effects of drum
crushing due to the compacted strands and smoothness
of the rope surface.
Flexibility
With 19 strands of 19 wires in all diameters, 19 x 19
remains extremely flexible and easy to handle during both
the installation process and under the extremely harsh
conditions form fast line speeds during spooling.

WIRE ROPE

Abrasion Resistance
Die drawn ropes provide improved abrasion resistance as
compared with round wire ropes because of the greater
wire and strand bearing surfaces contacting sheaves and
drums.

19 X 19 ROTATION - RESISTANT
ROPE
DIAMETER
(INCHES)

APPROX. WEIGHT
NOMINAL STRENGTH
PER FOOT IN POUNDS IN TONS*

1/2

.54

14.6

9/16

.69

18.5

5/8

.83

22.7

3/4

1.19

32.4

7/8

1.62

43.8

2.12

56.9

1-1/8

2.68

71.5

1-1/4

3.31

87.9

1-3/8

4.01

106.0

1-1/2

4.77

125.0

*1 ton = 2000 lbs.


*Acceptance strength is not less than 2-1/2% below the nominal
strengths listed. Tons of 2,000 lbs.

WARNING: Any warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the use of this product apply only to the nominal strength of
new, unused wire rope. All equipment using this product must be properly used and maintained. Most importantly, wire
rope must be regularly inspected during use. Damage, abuse or improper maintenance can cause rope failure. Consult the
AISI Wire Rope Users Manual, ASME or ANSI Standards, before usage. Wire rope removal criteria are based on the use of
steel sheaves. If synthetic sheaves are used, consult the sheave equipment manufacturer.

Read important warnings and information preceding wire rope section.

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Rotation Resistant Wire Ropes

35 X 7 ROTATION-RESISTANT
35 x 7 offers the best operating and performance characteristics of all rotation-resistant ropes. 35 x 7 is recommended for
crawler and truck-type crane load lines, tower crane hoist ropes, and other applications where high strength, low rotation
and/or the ability to withstand long falls is needed.
I N A D D I T I O N T O T H E FAT I G U E
A N D A B R A S I O N R E S I S TA N C E ,
A N D R E S I S TA N C E T O
M U LT I L AY E R D R U M C R U S H I N G
F R O M I T S D I E D R AW N S T R A N D
DESIGN, 35 X 7 PROVIDES:

3 5 X 7 R O TAT I O N R E S I S TA N T

WIRE ROPE

High Strength
35 x 7s design and manufacturing process provides a
high strength rope which exceeds EEIP nominal breaking
strength.
35 X 7 ROTATIONRESISTANT

Superior Rotation Resistance


35 x 7 is the most rotation-resistant rope of all rotationresistant ropes. 35 x 7s special design and multiplestrand construction provides superior rotation resistance.
Due to its rotation-resistant properties, 35 x 7 may be
used with a swivel in both singlepart and multipart
reeving.
Flexibility
35 x 7s multiple strand design provides increased
flexibility, making it easy to install, and 35 x 7 offers
improved service life and better spooling at high line
speeds.

ROPE
DIAMETER
(INCHES)

NOMINAL STRENGTH
APPROX. WEIGHT
PER FOOT IN POUNDS IN TONS*

1/2

.54

15.65

9/16

.64

18.85

5/8

.84

24.80

21/32

.92

27.23

11/16

1.01

28.77

23/32

1.05

31.09

3/4

1.15

34.06

25/32

1.28

38.14

7/8

1.57

46.63

15/16

1.81

54.35

2.16

64.16

1-3/32

2.53

75.08

1-3/16

2.80

83.79

1-1/4

3.36

99.22

1-3/8

3.68

109.14

1-1/2

4.68

138.91

*1 ton = 2000 lbs.


*Acceptance strength is not less than 2-1/2% below the nominal
strengths listed. Tons of 2,000 lbs.

WARNING: Any warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the use of this product apply only to the nominal strength of
new, unused wire rope. All equipment using this product must be properly used and maintained. Most importantly, wire
rope must be regularly inspected during use. Damage, abuse or improper maintenance can cause rope failure. Consult the
AISI Wire Rope Users Manual, ASME or ANSI Standards, before usage. Wire rope removal criteria are based on the use of
steel sheaves. If synthetic sheaves are used, consult the sheave equipment manufacturer.

Read important warnings and information preceding wire rope section.

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Rotation Resistant Wire Ropes

BRIGHT IMPROVED PLOW STEEL


8 X 2 5 R O TAT I O N R E S I S TA N T

1 9 X 7 N O N - R O TAT I N G

8 X 25 ROTATION RESISTANT
APPROX. WEIGHT
PER FOOT POUNDS

3/8

19 X 7 NON-ROTATING

BREAKING STRENGTH
IN TONS*

ROPE
DIAMETER
(INCHES)

APPROX. WEIGHT
PER FOOT POUNDS

BREAKING STRENGTH
IN TONS*

.26

6.63

1/4

.113

2.77

1/2

.47

11.6

5/16

.177

4.30

9/16

.60

14.7

3/8

.25

6.15

5/8

.73

18.1

7/16

.35

8.33

3/4

1.06

25.9

1/2

.45

10.8

7/8

1.44

35.0

9/16

.58

13.6

1.88

45.5

5/8

.71

16.8

*1 ton = 2000 lbs.

3/4

1.02

24.0

*Acceptance strength is not less than 2-1/2% below the nominal


strengths listed. Tons of 2,000 lbs.

7/8

1.39

32.5

1.82

42.2

1-1/8

2.30

53.1

WIRE ROPE

ROPE
DIAMETER
(INCHES)

*1 ton = 2000 lbs.

Application
8 x 25 is recommended for multiple sheave configurations, while 19 x 7 should be used for a single sheave configuration.

WARNING: Any warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the use of this product apply only to the nominal strength of
new, unused wire rope. All equipment using this product must be properly used and maintained. Most importantly, wire
rope must be regularly inspected during use. Damage, abuse or improper maintenance can cause rope failure. Consult the
AISI Wire Rope Users Manual, ASME or ANSI Standards, before usage. Wire rope removal criteria are based on the use of
steel sheaves. If synthetic sheaves are used, consult the sheave equipment manufacturer.

Read important warnings and information preceding wire rope section.

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