100ft steel cable

100ft steel cable DEFAULT

1/2" x 100 ft Wire Rope Winch Line - Standard Hook - 26600 lbs Breaking Strength

1/2" x 100 ft Wire Rope Winch Line - Standard Hook - 26600 lbs Breaking Strength

Product Description

Our winch lines are popular with tow truck operators, industrial winch users and off-road enthusiasts. Made from high-quality 6X19 Class EIPS IWRC Wire Rope, our winch lines are built in house to industry standards. The eyes are professionally formed using a 500 Ton hydraulic press, and include a steel thimble that helps provide protection against wear and deformation of the wire rope eye and promote a longer service life. Custom winch lines available upon request.

View table below for details on each component.



High-quality steel cable that is ideal for use as a winch line, 1/2" diameter, EIPS IWRC.

Flemished sleeves are superior to duplex or "turnback" eyes, because they are safer, and tapered which means they are less likely to hang up.

Heavy-duty galvanized thimble helps protect the eye and prolong service life.

Hook made from forged alloy steel, safety latch included, 3 Ton Working Load Limit (WLL).

Wire Rope
100ft WRGP012
High-quality steel cable that is ideal for use as a winch line, 1/2" diameter, EIPS IWRC.

Flemished Eye
1x SLV012F
Flemished sleeves are superior to duplex or "turnback" eyes, because they are safer, and tapered which means they are less likely to hang up.

Steel Thimble
1x IMP-TH012HDG
Heavy-duty galvanized thimble helps protect the eye and prolong service life.

Alloy Eye Hook
1x IMP-EHIA3T
Hook made from forged alloy steel, safety latch included, 3 Ton Working Load Limit (WLL).


Specifications

Wire Rope Size

1/2"

Type

Standard Hook

Construction

6x19 Class

Length (ft)

100

Breaking Strength (lbs)

26,600

Weight (lbs)

49.41

Questions & Answers

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Rigging and safety gear purchased from Westech Rigging Supply should be used in strict accordance with all industry and OSHA standards. At no time should rigging or safety gear be used beyond its certified load ratings (aka Working Load Limits). Normal wear and tear should be expected with use of rigging and safety gear; therefore, all gear should be thoroughly inspected before each and every use. Worn or unsafe rigging and safety gear should never be used.

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Aircraft Cable - Galvanized - 3/8" - Capacity 14,400 lbs - Length 100 ft

Model: AS10280

Usually Ships Within: 3 - 7 days

Quick Info

  • High flexibility for easily making loops
  • Low fatigue rate for use with pulleys and sheaves
  • Made from stainless steel for durability and weather resistance
  • Meets Federal specifications and standards
Product Description & Specifications


Product Description

Item: Aircraft Cable. Gavanized Steel - 7 x 19. Breaking Strength: 14,400 lbs - Length: 100 feet. Cable Diameter: 3/8 inches

Application: Used for pulling and pushing applications. For use with pulleys, sheaves, and winches. NOT for use with aircraft controls. NOT for lifting or suspending of loads

Description: 7x19 construction consists of 1 core cluster of 19 strands of cable surrounded by 6 clusters of 19 strands of cable (see picture of cross section below). More flexible than 1x7, 1x19, or 7x7 construction. Very flexible for creating loops. Low fatigue rate for use with pulleys and sheaves. Zinc coated for weather resistance and durability, however the coating can be scratched under heavy-duty use. Best suited as a safety or securing line that is not exposed to any wear and tear. For short-term applications where rust is not a concern

Quality Standard: Industrial-use quality and strength. Stronger and more durable than a standard home-use wire rope cable. Manufactured in according to Federal Specification RR-W-410E and A.S.T.M. A 1023/A 1023M, as applicable

Accessories: Use optional thimbles and rope clips (see 'accessories' below table) to secure the wire rope

Includes: (1) one aircraft cable

WARNING: The name aircraft cable suggests uses in airplanes, however this wire rope cable is NOT for use in aircrafts, nor for lifting or suspending of loads!. High strength wire rope cable is designed for pulling and securing in construction, industrial and marine applications. Never exceed rated capacity!

Specifications

  • Alternate Name 1 Wire Rope
  • Breaking Strength (lbs) 14400
  • Cable Diameter (in) 3/8
  • Industry Name Aircraft Cable
  • Length (ft) 100
  • Usually Ships Within 3 - 7 days
  • Weight (lbs) 24

Product Education

Aircraft Cable Educational Content

  • Warning: Read and follow ALL instructions and warnings. Failure to do so could result in injury or death.

Learn: Galvanized vs. Stainless Steel Aircraft Cable

When selecting aircraft cable, consider the differences between galvanized and stainless steel aircraft cable. Galvanized wire rope is zinc coated for weather resistance; however, the zinc coating can be damaged from scratches or impacts which can then lead to rust. Furthermore the galvanization does not hold up well to salt water. Consequently galvanized aircraft cable is not as durable for use is environments close to oceans or in marine applications. The galvanized wire rope is therefore best suited as safety or securing lines that do not experience any wear and tears during use or for short-term applications. The galvanized wire rope cable is also available with a vinyl coating which adds a layer of protection against waether and it also guards against any scratching of the zinc coating. In comparison, the stainless steel aircraft cable will not rust even when scratched, however, it is slightly lower in capacity (breaking strength) and it is also much more expensive. This choice is ideal for long-term durability even when exposed to rubbing and scratching.

Correct Method of Installing Wire Rope Clips:

When using wire rope clips to secure aircraft cable, extreme care must be exercised to make certain they are attached correctly. Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.

  1. Turn back specified length of wire rope from thimble. Put first clip one saddle width from seized "dead end" (Fig. 1 below). Seat "live end" (load carrying part) of wire rope in saddle and position U-bolt over "dead end." Remember: "Never saddle a dead horse." Tighten nuts evenly to proper torque (see tables on next two pages).
  2. Put second clip close to the thimble without binding it (see Fig. 1). Install nuts firmly but do not yet tighten to proper torque.
  3. Install all remaining clips equally spaced between the first two clips (Fig. 3). Install nuts firmly but do not yet tighten to proper torque.
  4. Apply light tension to wire rope assembly, and then tighten all nuts evenly to proper torque (Fig. 4).

Inspect the wire rope clip nuts before and after each use and re-torque as needed. When loads are applied to the aircraft cable, the wire rope will stretch slightly causing the rope to slip and the termination to come loose, which may cause serious injury or death. Add at least one more clip if a pulley (sheave) is used in place of a thimble. If uncertain, check with the wire rope manufacturer. If more clips are used than specified, proportionally increase the amount of wire rope that is turned back. When the required minimum number of clips is installed in accordance with these written instructions, they will develop up to 80% efficiency when used on right lay wire rope of classes 6x19, 6x36, 7x19, 8x19, 19x7, and cable laid. Drop forged wire rope clips are recommended for use only with steel core aircraft cables.


Select the right wire rope clip for your aircraft cable application:

NEVER use cast malleable wire rope clips for lifting or suspending ANY load.

Match the same size wire rope clip to the same size aircraft cable diameter. For example, use a 3/8" wire rope clip with a 3/8" wire rope aircraft cable.

When working with coated wire cable, ALWAYS:

  • Match wire rope clip size to uncoated aircraft cable diameter and
  • Strip coating off aircraft cable where wire rope clips will be attached.

Install wire rope clips correctly:

  • Never use fewer than the minimum number of wire rope clamps.
  • Wire rope clips are made for use with wire rope aircraft cable only. Never use wire rope clips on pipe, rod, chain, fiber rope, etc.

Use wire rope clips properly:

  • Never connect two ends of aircraft cable with wire rope clips.
  • Never shock or impact load.

Inspect and maintain wire rope clips regularly:

  • Inspect wire rope clips before each use. Discard and replace wire rope clips that are worn, distorted, or damaged.
  • Inspect wire rope clip nuts before and after each use and re-torque as needed.

Industry Designation

While users often freely interchange the words aircraft cable and wire rope, professional users make the following differentiation: Wire rope is generally used for lifting, aircraft cable is not.

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Spec Sheet

three-eighths-X-100-foot-Galvanized-Cable-specification-diagram
NameValue
Length (x):100 ft
Cable Diameter (x):3/8 inches
WLL (5:1):2880 lbs
Breaking Load (x):14400 lbs
Weight (per foot):0.243 lbs
Cable DiameterBreaking StrengthWorking Load Limit (5:1) Design Factor
3/32"1,000 lbs200 lbs
1/8"2,000 lbs400 lbs
3/16"4,200 lbs840 lbs
1/4"7,000 lbs1,400 lbs
5/16"9,800 lbs1,960 lbs
3/8"14,400 lbs2,880 lbs

Description

3/8" diameter 7x19 galvanized cable. 100 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 14400 lbs and working load limit is 2880 lbs. Cable weighs 0.243 pounds per foot and adheres to federal specification RR-W-410H. We also carry common accessories for cable such as Wire Rope Clips, Wire Rope Thimbles, and Sleeves.
CategoryRating *
Corrosion Resistance:2/5 Stars
Flexibility:5/5 Stars
Strength:5/5 Stars
Ductility & Fatigue Resistance:5/5 Stars

Conforms to U.S. Federal Specification  RR-W-410H

Commonly used on small diameter pulleys, running rigging on sailboats, exercise equipment, winches and control cables. 7x19 is the best all around cable for most applications.

Zinc (galvanized) coated steel cable is the most common type of cable. It offers moderate corrosion resistance, and remains ductile over long periods when running over sheaves. Galvanized cable is stronger than stainless steel cable.

Product Manual & Certifications

Wire Rope & Cable Guide

3/8" diameter 7x19 galvanized cable. 100 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 14400 lbs and working load limit is 2880 lbs. Cable weighs 0.243 pounds per foot and adheres to federal specification RR-W-410H. We also carry common accessories for cable such as Wire Rope Clips, Wire Rope Thimbles, and Sleeves.
CategoryRating *
Corrosion Resistance:2/5 Stars
Flexibility:5/5 Stars
Strength:5/5 Stars
Ductility & Fatigue Resistance:5/5 Stars

Conforms to U.S. Federal Specification  RR-W-410H

Commonly used on small diameter pulleys, running rigging on sailboats, exercise equipment, winches and control cables. 7x19 is the best all around cable for most applications.

Zinc (galvanized) coated steel cable is the most common type of cable. It offers moderate corrosion resistance, and remains ductile over long periods when running over sheaves. Galvanized cable is stronger than stainless steel cable.

three-eighths-X-100-foot-Galvanized-Cable-specification-diagram
NameValue
Length (x):100 ft
Cable Diameter (x):3/8 inches
WLL (5:1):2880 lbs
Breaking Load (x):14400 lbs
Weight (per foot):0.243 lbs
Cable DiameterBreaking StrengthWorking Load Limit (5:1) Design Factor
3/32"1,000 lbs200 lbs
1/8"2,000 lbs400 lbs
3/16"4,200 lbs840 lbs
1/4"7,000 lbs1,400 lbs
5/16"9,800 lbs1,960 lbs
3/8"14,400 lbs2,880 lbs
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