6×36 Stainless Steel Wire Rope

Rope Services Direct supplies a number of variations and constructions of stainless steel equipment. Here you will find all relevant and important product information and details regarding our 6×36 stainless steel wire rope.

Everything that you need to know about the 6×36 Stainless Steel Wire Rope

6x36 wire ropeThis stainless steel wire rope is slightly more unusual in its construction, and6x36 stainless steel wire rope differs slightly from some of the other varieties that we stock. It follows the same format as our other products in that the numbers, 6×36, relate to the number of bundles/strands and wires. So this equipment has 6 bundles/strands of 36 wires.

However, it differs in that it contains an inner core around which these 6 strands are woven, usually in an equal lay construction. This inner core is typically made from either fibre or wire rope itself. If so, you will find that this inner core also contains a similar numbered construction, such as 7×7, meaning 7 bundles of 7 strands. A rope construction that has a fibre rope core will have FC after the numbers, whilst an independent wire rope core will show IWRC. Both types are available from Rope Services Direct.

This stainless steel construction is incredibly flexible, as well as enjoying a good fatigue life too. Like most of our strong rope products, it has heavy usage within the marine industry, but you will also find that it is used in the sewage industry. This equipment has a good level of resistance to saltwater, hence its ability to operate safely in these industries.

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The AISI columns denote the stainless steel rope details. The others are for standard galvanised rope.

  1570 (AISI) Fibre Core 1570 (AISI) Wire Core
Diameter KG/100M Kn  KG kN Kg
6 13.21 18.7 1,901 20.1 2,051
8 23.49 33.2 3,380 35.8 3,646
9 29.73 42 4,278 45.3 4,615
10 36.7 51.8 5,281 55.9 5,697
11 44.41 62.7 6,390 67.6 6,894
12 52.85 74.6 7,605 80.5 8,204
13 62.02 87.6 8,925 94.5 9,629
14 71.93 101.5 10,351 109.5 11,167
16 93.95 132.6 13,520 143.1 14,585
18 118.91 168 17,112 181 18,460
19 132.49 187 19,066 202 20,568
20 146.8 207 21,125 224 22,790
22 177.63 251 25,562 271 27,576
24 211.39 298 30,421 322 32,817
26 248.09 350 35,702 378 38,515
28 287.73 406 41,406 438 44,668
30 330.3 466 47,532 503 51,277
32 375.81 531 54,081 572 58,342
34 424.25 599 61,052 646 65,863
36 475.63 671 68,446 724 73,839
38 529.95 748 76,263 807 82,271
40 587.2 829 84,502 894 91,159
42 647.39 914 93,163 986 100,503
44 710.51 1,003 102,247 1,082.00 110,303
46 776.57 1,096 111,753 1,183.00 120,558
48 845.57 1,194 121,682 1,288.00 131,269
50 917.5 1,295 132,034 1,397.00 142,436
52 992.37 1,401 142,808 1,511.00 154,059
Minimum Breaking Force Factor Nominal Length Mass Factor
K= 0.330 W= 0.367