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IntegriCert offers customers a wide range of top quality wire rope. All wire rope distributed by our company has mill test documentation including working load limit, construction and actual break tests (strength tests). Our wire rope can be used in numerous applications including lifting for cranes, sling fabrication, tow lines, drill lines, winch lines and even for the suspension of bridges. It may also be used to moor drilling platforms to the seabed in the oilfield industry. 
 
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6x19 Class Wire Rope

The 6x19 Classification of wire rope is the most widely used in the industry. Because of its effective combination of flexibility and wear resistance, rope in this class is well-suited to meet the specific needs of diverse kinds of machinery and equipment.

The 6x19 Seale construction with its large outer wires provides exceptional ruggedness and resistance to abrasion and crushing. However, its resistance to fatigue is somewhat less than that offered by a 6x25 construction. The 6x25 possesses the best combination of flexibility and wear resistance in the 6x19 Class due to the filler wires that provide support and impart stability to the strand. The 6x26 Warrington Seale construction has a high resistance to crushing. This construction is a good choice where the end user needs the wear resistance of a 6x19 Class rope and the flexibility of a 6x37 Class rope.
 
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6x37 Class Wire Rope

The 6x37 Classification of wire rope is characterized by the relatively large number of wires used in each strand. Ropes of this class are among the most flexible available due to the greater number of wires per strand however, their resistance to abrasion is less than ropes in the 6x19 Class.

The designation 6x37 is only nominal, as is the case with the 6x19 Class. None of the ropes actually has 37 wires per strand. Improvements in wire rope design, as well as changing machine designs, have resulted in the use of strands with widely varying numbers of wires and a smaller number of available constructions. Typical 6x37 Class constructions include 6x33 for diameters under , 6x36 Warrington Seale (the most common 6x36 Class construction) offered in diameters through 1-5/8 and 6x49 Filler Wire Seale over 1-3/4 diameter.
 
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19x7 Rotation-Resistant Wire Rope

The 19x7 Classification of wire rope is recommended for hoisting unguided loads with a single-part line. The rotation-resistant properties of this rope are secured by two layers of strands. The inner strands are left lay, while the 12 outer strands are right lay which enables one layer to counteract the other layer's rotation. The rotation-resistant characteristics of the 19x7 Class wire rope are superior to those of the 8x19 Class wire ropes.
 
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8x19 Rotation-Resistant Wire Rope

The 8x19 Classification of rotation-resistant wire rope is recommended for hoisting unguided loads with a single-part or multi-part line. The eight outer strands are manufactured in the right lay, with the inner strands being left lay. These ropes are slightly stronger and significantly more rugged than the 19x7 construction. However, the rotation-resistant properties of the 8x19 rotation-resistant ropes are much less than those of the 19x7 construction. These ropes are manufactured in right regular lay in the 8x19 Seale and 8x25 Filler Wire constructions.
 
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