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BRT 6×37

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The 6×37 class is more flexible but less abrasion-resistant than the 6×26 classification. Each strand contains numerous small diameter wires. As the number of wires increases, flexibility increases.  6×37 classification ropes contain 6 strands with 27 through 49 wires, no more than 18 of which are outside wires.

Product Description
Diameter in Inches Nominal Strength in Tons Approximate Weight per Foot in Pounds
EIP IWRC EEIP IWRC IWRC
1/4
3.4 0.116
5/16
5.27 0.18
3/8
7.55 0.26
7/16
10.2 0.35
1/2
13.3 14.6 0.46
9/16
16.8 18.5 0.59
5/8
20.6 22.7 0.72
3/4
29.4 32.4 1.04
7/8
39.8 43.8 1.42
1
51.7 56.9 1.85
1 1/8
65 71.5 2.34
1 1/4
79.9 87.9 2.89
1 3/8
96 106 3.5
1 1/2
114 125 4.16
1 5/8
132 146 4.88
1 3/4
153 169 5.67
2
198 217 7.39
2 1/4
247 272 9.36
2 1/2
302 332 11.6
2 3/4
361 397 14
3
425 468 16.6

Actual operating loads may vary. NEVER exceed the recommended design factor of 20% of catalogue strength. Wire Rope must have the strength required to handle the maximum load plus a design factor. The design factor is the ratio of the breaking strength of the rope to the maximum working load.

*Made in accordance with federal specification RR-W-410D

Pacific Gulf Wire Rope, Inc.
Corporate Address: 1504 Engineers Road
Belle Chasse, LA 70037
Phone: (504) 341-0066
Website: www.pacificgulfwirerope.com


Golden Meadow
Address: 580 A.O. Rappelet Road
Golden Meadow, LA 70357
Phone: (985) 396-2364

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