There are two sets of load capacities listed for this rope, because like the other products in our 6x36 range, there are a pair of competing core types to consider.
The independent wire rope core provides a 44,668kg WLL, as well as a breaking force of 438kN. The fibre core rope has a 41,406kg capacity, while its breaking force sits at 406kN.
This clear distinction in terms of safe working load is also reflected in the flexibility of these rope variants. The fibre core offers improved suppleness, in exchange for its lower load rating.
With corrosion resistance assured, as with every configuration of stainless steel wire rope we supply, either 28mm example will be a long lasting lifting component.
|Tensile strength 1570 (AISI) Fibre Core
|Tensile strength 1570 (AISI) Wire Core
Should the 6x36 arrangement of wire bundles not offer enough strength at this diameter, our 1x19 stainless steel range might be more suitable. The 26mm variant has a capacity of almost 57 tonnes, while also being resilient enough for use in maritime conditions.
Meanwhile our non-rotating stainless steel rope with a 18x7 configuration of wire bundles does not offer especially high WLLs, but does deliver that all important resistance to twisting during use that some buyers may value.