6×36 IWRC Compacted Wire Rope

Compacted wire rope is rope which has been constructed in the same manner as other stainless steel equipment, except it has been tightly compacted together. If you want to find out more about the benefits of this type of construction, please read on below where you will find information regarding the 6×36 IWRC Compacted Wire Rope.

The benefits and uses for 6×36 IWRC products

6×36 refers to the number of bundles and strands within the rope respectively. The IWRC refers to ‘independent wire rope core’, which means another construction of this equipment will sit internally, with the 6×36 strands and bundles making up the outer core. This IWRC will have its own numbered construction, say 7×7, which refers to 7 bundles and 7 strands. This means that you will effectively be left with a piece of equipment that is 6×36 + 7×7.

Once this has been constructed, the whole thing is run through a special machine in order to compact it tightly together. This has just some of the following benefits:

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Increased lifting capabilities

Increased levels of strength

Reduced internal friction and abrasion damage

Easier to handle thanks to a smooth and more well-rounded finish

A much lower level of wire breakages

These benefits mean that 6×36 IWRC compacted wire rope is perfect for heavier lifting applications, or operations that have high breaking loads.

Order your 6×36 IWRC Compacted Wire Rope today

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Diameter kg/100M kN Kg kN Kg kN Kg
8 30.59 45.9 4,677 50.8 5,179 56 5,707
9 38.72 58.1 5,919 64.3 6,554 70.9 7,223
10 47.8 71.7 7,307 79.4 8,092 87.5 8,917
11 57.84 86.7 8,842 96 9,791 105.9 10,790
12 68.83 103.2 10,523 114.3 11,652 126 12,841
13 80.78 121.1 12,349 134.2 13,675 147.8 15,070
14 93.69 140.5 14,322 155.6 15,860 171.5 17,478
16 122.37 183.5 18,707 203.2 20,715 223.9 22,829
18 154.87 232 23,676 257 26,217 283 28,892
19 172.56 259 26,379 287 29,211 316 32,192
20 191.2 287 29,229 318 32,367 350 35,670
22 231.35 347 35,368 384 39,164 423 43,160
24 275.33 413 42,090 457 46,608 504 51,364
26 323.13 485 49,398 537 54,700 591 60,282
28 374.75 562 57,290 622 63,439 686 69,913
30 430.2 645 65,766 714 72,826 787 80,257
32 489.47 734 74,827 813 82,859 896 91,314
34 552.57 829 84,473 918 93,541 1,011.00 103,086
36 619.49 929 94,703 1,029.00 104,869 1,134.00 115,570
38 690.23 1,035.00 105,518 1,146.00 116,845 1,263.00 128,768
40 764.8 1,147.00 116,917 1,270.00 129,468 1,400.00 142,679
42 843.19 1,265.00 128,901 1,400.00 142,738 1,543.00 157,303
44 925.41 1,388.00 141,470 1,537.00 156,656 1,694.00 172,641
46 1,011.45 1,517.00 154,623 1,680.00 171,221 1,851.00 188,693
48 1,101.31 1,652.00 168,361 1,829.00 186,434 2,016.00 205,458
50 1,195.00 1,792.00 182,683 1,985.00 202,294 2,187.00 222,936
52 1,292.51 1,938.00 197,590 2,146.00 218,801 2,365.00 241,127
Minimum Breaking Force Factor Nominal Length Mass Factor
K= 0.405 W= 0.478