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3.2mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope

$0.80$228.03 Includes GST

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3.2mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope

$0.80$228.03 Includes GST

3.2mm Marine Grade Stainless Steel Wire Rope.  This diameter of Stainless Steel Wire Rope is most often used in Balustrade Constructions. 7×7 and 7×19 wire structures are best suited for use in mechanically swaged fittings, whereas 1×19 is best suited for use in hydraulically swaged fittings.

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3.2mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope – Marine Grade

This is 3.2mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope – Marine Grade and has virtually no stretch coefficient.  Because this diameter has relatively low  flexibility, it handles easily. As a result, 3.2mm Stainless Steel Wire Rope has become the standard wire used in Wire Rope Balustrade Construction in Australia.

Our international supplier produces AISI Mill Certified wire rope. In addition, the certificate is available on request. Their long experience of wire and rope manufacturing enables them to design and manufacture wire and rope with optimal balance between high tensile strength, fatigue resistance, abrasion resistance, and structural stability. The added bonus is that they provide a special treatment for bright and smooth surface of wire and cable to deliver a truly top-shelf, long lasting product that will look new for ages…

Wire Structure:

Three common wire strand constructions are:

  • 1×19 indicates 19 thin wires twisted together in a silky and therefore smooth finish. Consequently, 19 individual wires twisted together construct a single strand of our premium wire. This is the least flexible wire structure. As a result, it is the easiest to keep clean.
  • 7×7 indicates a collection of 49 individual wires grouped as 7 sub-strands of 7 wires each. Consequently, 7 wire bundles twisted together form a single strand. This is more (medium) flexible wire than 1×19. As a result, it is for ‘general purpose’ applications and is most economical because it is commonly available.
  • 7×19 indicates a collection of 133 individual wires grouped as 7 sub-strands of 19 wires each. Consequently, 7 wire bundles of 19 wires twisted together form a single strand. This is our most flexible wire for use in rigging or small cranes or winches rather than balustrade construction. Low Cost Wire does not recommend 7×19 wire for balustrade construction.

…In conclusion, the more wires twisted to make a strand, the more flexible is the strand of wire because it deforms/bends without damage.

Specifications:

  • Quality: Marine AISI Grade: 316
  • Lay: Right Hand
  • Swaging Method: Hydraulic or Manual
  • Wire Structure: 1×19, 7×19, 7×7
  • Diameter of Wire: 3.2mm

Application & Use

  • First of all, this wire may be mechanically – fastened  or manually or hydraulically swaged.
  • Cutting of the wire  is best done using Parrot Beak cutters (collapsing trapezoidal design) rather than shears or a grinder.
  • Terminal Loops are formed with Mechanical fastening or manual swaging. In addition, terminal loops must use stainless steel thimbles  (eyelets) to retain the strength of the wire by distributing the load along  the entire length of wire in the terminal loop (available here). Recommended for only 7×7 and 7×19 structures
  • Mechanical fastening is done with Wire Rope Grips (Bulldog Grips) Low Cost Wire does not  recommend this approach.  Industry practice is three per terminal loop for safety purposes. This only suits 7×7 and 7×19 structures.
  • Manual swaging is done using Ferrules (or crimps or hand swages) rather than Wire Rope Grips. Nickel Coated Copper is used instead of Aluminum because matching alloys is important. As a result, catastrophic swaging failure will not occur. Aluminium swages WILL cause a dissimilar alloys reaction and as a result corrode  the Stainless Steel wire.  Low Cost Wire strongly recommends an All-in-1 swaging tool. Recommended for only 7×7 and 7×19 structures
  • Hydraulic swaging  is done using a hydraulic press either bench mounted or hand held. Hydraulic swaging for architectural purposes may economically use a  Professional  Hydraulic Swaging Tool while remaining work safe. These tools generate pressure ‘spot’ welds. Low Cost Wire strongly recommends that hydraulic swaging for lifting and marine applications use a bench mounted hydraulic press which can generate pressure ‘seam’ welds. Recommended for 1×19. (works with 7×7 and 7×19 structures).

Features & Benefits:

  • AISI 316 Marine Grade
  • Precision Manufactured
  • Factory Wrapped & Sealed
  • Cut Lengths -measured, bound, and sealed in plastic
  • Rustproof
  • Available as a coil or a reel. A requirement of less than 150M on a reel needs a special order (please phone first).
  • AISI Mill certificate of alloy composition (copy) available on request for a small additional fee.

Application & Use

  • First of all, this wire may be mechanically - fastened or manually or hydraulically swaged.
  • Cutting of the wire is best done using Parrot Beak cutters (collapsing trapezoidal design) rather than shears or a grinder.
  • Terminal Loops are formed with Mechanical fastening or manual swaging. In addition, terminal loops must use stainless steel thimbles (eyelets) to retain the strength of the wire by distributing the load along the entire length of wire in the terminal loop (available here). Recommended for only 7x7 and 7x19 structures
  • Mechanical fastening is done with Wire Rope Grips (Bulldog Grips) Low Cost Wire does not recommend this approach. Industry practice is three per terminal loop for safety purposes. This only suits 7x7 and 7x19 structures.
  • Manual swaging is done using Ferrules (or crimps or hand swages) rather than Wire Rope Grips. Nickel Coated Copper is used instead of Aluminum because matching alloys is important. As a result, catastrophic swaging failure will not occur. Aluminium swages WILL cause a dissimilar alloys reaction and as a result corrode the Stainless Steel wire. Low Cost Wire strongly recommends an All-in-1 swaging tool. Recommended for only 7x7 and 7x19 structures
  • Hydraulic swaging is done using a hydraulic press either bench mounted or hand held. Hydraulic swaging for architectural purposes may economically use a Professional Hydraulic Swaging Tool while remaining work safe. These tools generate pressure 'spot' welds. Low Cost Wire strongly recommends that hydraulic swaging for lifting and marine applications use a bench mounted hydraulic press which can generate pressure 'seam' welds. Recommended for 1x19. (works with 7x7 and 7x19 structures).

Features & Benefits:

  • AISI 316 Marine Grade
  • Precision Manufactured
  • Factory Wrapped & Sealed
  • Cut Lengths -measured, bound, and sealed in plastic
  • Rustproof
  • Available as a coil or a reel. A requirement of less than 150M on a reel needs a special order (please phone first).
  • AISI Mill certificate of alloy composition (copy) available on request for a small additional fee.

Specifications:

  • Quality: Marine AISI Grade: 316
  • Lay: Right Hand
  • Swaging Method: Hydraulic or Manual
  • Wire Structure: 1x19, 7x19, 7x7
  • Diameter of Wire: 3.2mm

Directions

This wire may be fastened with:

  • mechanical (Swageless) fittings such as wire rope grips or
  • manually swaged connectors such as nickel coated or stainless steel ferrules>/li> or
  • hydraulically swaged stainless steel terminals such as studs, eyes, or swaged rigging screws

WeightN/A
Color

Silver

Material

Stainless Steel

AISI Grade

316

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