Our steel cables are all produced according to UNI EN regulations or on specific customer requests. The applications are diverse and range from the automotive to the nautical sector, from small lifting to aeronautics, from architecture to industrial sectors.
Cables in galvanized, stainless steel, polished and brass plated
Spiral cables have the characteristic of having low elastic yields, and therefore less flexibility, therefore they are mainly used for static applications, or where a specific fatigue strength is not required. They are made up of single threads wrapped in layers around a central core. Their training can be:
* Produced according to UNI EN regulations
Stranded cables are used when the application requires fatigue strength. They are composed of strands wrapped around a central core made of steel or textile strands. The required fatigue strength determines the exact formation and number of wires making up the cable. Their formation can be:
|42 WIRES||TEXTILE CORE||6X7||NFC|
|61 WIRES||PLASTIC CORE||6X7||EPIWRC|
|72 WIRES||TEXTILE CORE|
|114 WIRES||TEXTILE CORE||6X19||NFC|
|91 WIRES||PLASTIC CORE||6X7||EPIWRC|
Plastic coated steel cables
Ropes coated in plastic materials, such as PA, PE, TPU and PVC, are suitable for all those situations (for example in the sheaths), in which a fluid sliding of the cable is necessary: the plastic surface has in fact a much lower friction than the steel and therefore offers less resistance.
In addition to the material, he plastic coatings can vary in colour and diameter according to the technical and aesthetic needs of the customer.
Cables covered in:
– Polyamide PA (PA 6, PA 6 – 6, PA 12, PA 12 w / MoS2)
– Polyethylene PE (PEHD, PELD)
– Polypropylene PP
– PVC polyvinyl chloride