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1/4" X 250', 7x19, Galvanized Cable Reel

1/4" X 250', 7x19, Galvanized Cable Reel

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Product Specs Part No. 21020025
Material Hot Dip Galvanized Steel Wires
Weight 30.00 lb
Minimum Breaking Load (MBL) 7000 lbs
Specification Adheres to federal specification RR-W-410H
Standard Reel Size (Flange Diameter x Height) 9.84 x 5.12 inches

Description

1/4" diameter 7x19 galvanized cable. 250 ft reel constructed of 7 strands and 19 wires per strand. Wires are hot dip galvanized for greater corrosion protection. 7x19 construction makes this cable very flexible. Breaking strength is 7000 lbs and working load limit is 1400 lbs. Cable weighs 0.11 pounds per foot and adheres to federal specification RR-W-410H. Standard Reel Size (Flange Diameter x Height): 9.84 x 5.12 inches. We also carry common accessories for cable such as Wire Rope Clips, Wire Rope Thimbles, and Sleeves.
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quarter-X-250-foot-Galvanized-Cable-specification-diagram
NameValue
Length:250 ft
Cable Diameter:1/4 inches
WLL (5:1):1400 lbs
Breaking Load:7000 lbs
Weight (per foot):0.11 lbs
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Size
1/4 inches
Length
250 ft
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Product Type
cable > galvanized
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Questions and Answers
Q: what is the working load limit for this 1/4 in. galvanized cable?
Asked by john on 11/16/2013
A: The breaking strength of the rope is 7000 lbs. In order to figure out the working load limit, you divide 7,000 lbs by the design factor you put into the system. For over head lifting, generally the design factor is 5:1. In this case, you would divide 7000 by 5 to get 1400 lbs. If you are using wire rope clips, that working load limit is reduced by 20%. Other terminations have lower or higher termination efficiency. If you use a 5:1 design factor, you will get the most life out of your rope, and increase safety for your project. Answer provided by:  E-Rigging Team (11/19/2013)
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Q: Is 7x19 cable better for bending around pulleys than 7x7?
Asked by Justin on 10/29/2013
A: Yes, 7x19 cable is more flexible than 7x7 because it is made from more smaller wires that allow for easier bending. Read more about cable construction here http://www.e-rigging.com/cable#Cable_Construction_Guide Answer provided by:  E-Rigging Team (10/29/2013)
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