6×24 Forestry Rope

The forestry industry is one the heaviest users of this equipment. The equipment enjoys a range of uses within this sector, perhaps to hold parts of a tree together, or to assist in hoisting a stump out of the ground and for logging chokers perhaps. For many of these heavy duty operations and applications, it can help to have reliable and specially designed equipment. For that, Rope Services Direct have the 6×24 forestry rope.

More information on our 6×24 forestry rope

6x24 forestry ropeThis equipment is a little unusual in its construction when compared to many of our other pieces of stainless steel wire rope in that it has a great deal more wires than bundles/strands. This particular product has 6 bundles, but with each bundle containing 24 threads of strong and sturdy stainless steel wire.

Given the nature of the industry that this equipment operates in, it is likely to be subjected to the outside elements frequently. While stainless steel has a good level of resistance against rust and corrosion, it’s important that you take steps to further protect your equipment.

For this reason, we can offer this equipment in a galvanised version, which comes complete with a zinc coating, adding an extra layer of protection against the potentially harmful elements.

Would you like to find out more?

If you would like more information on forestry rope or which equipment is best suited to the forestry industry, then give us a call on 01384 78004 or contact us via another method through our contact page here.

  1770 1960
Diameter KG/100M kN KG Kn KG
6 11.45 17.8 1,819 19.8 2,014
8 20.35 31.7 3,233 35.1 3,580
9 25.76 40.1 4,092 44.5 4,531
10 31.8 49.6 5,052 54.9 5,594
12 45.79 71.4 7,275 79 8,056
13 53.74 83.8 8,538 92.7 9,454
14 62.33 97.1 9,902 107.6 10,965
16 81.41 126.9 12,933 140.5 14,321
18 103.03 161 16,368 178 18,126
20 127.2 198 20,208 220 22,377
22 153.91 240 24,452 266 27,076
24 183.17 285 29,099 316 32,223
26 214.97 335 34,151 371 37,817
28 249.31 389 39,608 430 43,859
30 286.2 446 45,468 494 50,349
32 325.63 507 51,732 562 57,286
Minimum Breaking Force Factor
K= 0.280
Nominal Length Mass Factor
W= 0.318