Stainless Steel Cable Swage Fittings

Stainless Steel Cable Swage Fittings
Product Details

All these Stainless Steel Cable Swage Fittings are machine swaged and made from stainless steel for corrosion resistance and durability. The Stainless Steel Cable Swage Fittings can accommodate a variety of  cable sizes and are offered in many configurations, including eye, jaw, toggle, wall mount, and stud.

Description

The wire rope chuck is also called the wire rope bayonet. The wire rope clamp is mainly used for the temporary connection of the wire rope and the fixing of the rear hand rope when the wire rope is wound around the pulley group, and the fixing of the cable wind rope head on the mast, etc., which is a wider wire rope clamp used in the lifting and hoisting work. 


Parameter

ROPE φ/mm

A/mm

B/mm

H/mm

D/mm

L/mm

W/mm

WT/kg

2

14

14.5

11.5

M3

17

6.5

0.007

5

22

20

15

M5

28

12

0.025

6

27

22

17.5

M6

34

14

0.042

8

34

28

20.7

M8

43

17.5

0.086

10

43

34.5

23.7

M10

52

21

0.155

14

52

45

31

M12

68

28.6

0.285

16

60

48

35

M14

80

30

0.408

19

62

53

39

M14

85

35

0.478

Note

1. When using the chuck, the inner clearance of the U-ring should be 1~3mm larger than the diameter of the wire rope. If the buckle connection card is too tight, it is prone to accidents.

2. When tightening the upper clamp, be sure to tighten the bolt until the rope is crushed by 1/3~1/4 diameter. After the rope is stressed, tighten the clamp bolt once to ensure the joint is firm and reliable.

3. The chucks should be aligned, the U-shaped part is in contact with the rope head and cannot be in contact with the main rope. If the U-shaped portion is in contact with the main rope, the main rope is crushed and easily broken when subjected to a force.

4. In order to check whether the joint is reliable and find out whether the wire rope slides, a chuck can be placed about 500mm behind the last chuck and the rope head will be released with a "safe bend". In this way, when the wire rope of the joint slips, the "safe bend" is first straightened, and measures should be taken immediately.

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