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Loos Stainless Steel 18-8 Wire Rope, 7x7 Strand Core

Available in multiple versions

3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

Price: $4.00 - $158.55
Product Specifications
Brand Name Loos & Co.
Part Number 123
Material Type Stainless Steel
Exterior Finish Bright
Grade 18-8
Outside Diameter [ N/A ]  inches
Standard Construction 7x7 Strand Core
System of Measurement Inch
UNSPSC Code 31150000

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Bare Outside Diameter String Coated Outside Diameter String Overall Length Breaking Strength Part Number
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0.015625 inches 0.0781 inches 250 feet 725 pounds B0013HCIUY
$158.55
0.015625 inches 0.0781 inches 100 feet 725 pounds B0013HEOD8
$63.42
0.03125 inches 0 inches 250 feet 140 pounds B0013HCGEW
$39.52
0.078125 inches 0 inches 50 feet 725 pounds B0013HGNP0
$26.95
+ $8.48 Shipping
0.125 inches 0 inches 25 feet 1700 pounds B0013HCGR4
$4.00
+ $4.99 Shipping
0.1875 inches 0 inches 10 feet 3700 pounds B0013HEMJ4
$6.33
0.25 inches 0 inches 10 feet 6100 pounds B0013HK05Y
$11.99
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Product Features

  • Stainless steel 304 (18-8) is corrosion-resistant, and withstands high temperatures for a wide range of operation
  • Stainless steel 304 is a versatile material, commonly used in a wide variety of applications, and in saline atmospheres
  • 7x7 strand core has seven strands of wire rope with seven wires in each strand, formed helically around a strand core
  • 7x7 strand core is stronger but less flexible than 6x19 and 6x36 class constructions
  • This rope is commonly used in pulleys, and in aircraft and automotive controls

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  • ASIN: B0050K3FVQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Stainless steel 304 wire rope with 7x7 standard construction is used in pulleys, and in aircraft and automotive controls. Stainless steel 304, also called 18-8, is corrosion-resistant, and withstands high temperatures for a wide range of operation. Stainless steel 304 is a versatile material, commonly used in a wide variety of applications, and in saline atmospheres. 7x7 strand core has seven strands of wire rope with seven wires in each strand, formed helically around a strand core. 7x7 strand core is stronger but less flexible than 6x19 and 6x36 class constructions.

Wire rope, also called wire cable, is an assembly of wire strands formed helically around a central core. It is used for pulling, lifting, rigging, hoisting, and motion-control applications most commonly found in the manufacturing, marine, oil, mining, fiber-optics, aircraft, automotive accessory, and construction industries. A combination of characteristics including material, finish, construction, diameter, length, and breaking strength combines to give each rope its performance ability. Wire rope materials are selected for properties such as strength, elasticity, conductivity, and chemical- and weather-resistance. For strength purposes, most wire rope is made of bright (uncoated or bare) wire. However, it is also produced in a variety of finishes, such as polypropylene (PE), vinyl (PVC), or nylon. These coatings can increase overall durability and strength, and allow for specific use. The breaking strength for wire rope is the strength at which new wire rope will fail under a stationary load. Breaking strength is not considered safe working load (SWL) limit.

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Breaking Strength: 920Coated Outside Diameter String: 00.093Bare Outside Diameter String: 0.093Overall Length: 250 Verified Purchase
I am waiting for a response from the maker of this product and may update my review then . . . This product rusts just like cheap steel, which it is. It is NOT stainless steel and also therefore probably has a much lower strength rating, so I would advise you to avoid this product unless this was an isolated incident. I will update the review if this company makes it right, and will inform you as to what they did/did not do to fix this.
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Breaking Strength: 140Coated Outside Diameter String: 0Bare Outside Diameter String: 0.03125Overall Length: 250 Verified Purchase
Good product I am using to keep battery caps with my SBP V.2 product. Bends nicely without kinking, and more than strong enough for my application. The item was packaged well and delivered as expected. Highly recommend this product and Seller.
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Breaking Strength: 1700Coated Outside Diameter String: 0Bare Outside Diameter String: 0.125Overall Length: 100 Verified Purchase
Excellent quality, flexible, won't rust. I can wrap 200' on my winch for long distance pulling, but can't pull much weight.
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