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- Lankhorst Ropes
www.lankhorstropes.com
Member of the Royal Lankhorst Euronete Group, a WireCo® WorldGroup Brand
HARDWARE
FIBRE ROPES
The master
of innovation
in ropes
STEELWIRE ROPES
MARITIME DIVISION
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Technical and commercial modifications are subject to change without prior notice. Misprints reserved.
Member of the Royal Lankhorst Euronete Group
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LANKHORST SNEEK: INNOVATION WITH TRADITION
LANKHORST ROPES: THE MASTER OF INNOVATION IN ROPES
LANKHORST ROPES IN SHORT
PREFACE TO THE NEW CATALOGUE
FIBRE ROPES
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TIPTO®EIGHT
TIPTO®TWELVE
TIPTO®WINCHLINE
EUROFLEX®
EUROFLEX® MOORING TAIL
EUROFLOAT®
ATLAS™
HSPP™
LANKO®FORCE
LANKO®FORCE WITH POLYESTER JACKET
LANKO®FORCE WITH TIPTO® JACKET
LANKO®FORCE WITH DYNEEMA® JACKET
LANKO®TECH
STRONGLINE™
TIPTO®LON OCTOPLY
POLYPROPYLENE OCTOPLY
EUROFLEX® 3-STRAND & TIPTO®THREE
GRIPOGREEN® & TIPTO®LENE 4-STRAND
GRIPORANJE & MANILLA II 3-STRAND
GRIPOLON, BRAIDED
LANKHORST ROPES DEFENDER® & TIPTO®WEB HAWSER PROTECTION SLEEVES
REPAIR SET FOR TIPTO®WINCHLINES & LANKO®FORCE WITH JACKET
STEELWIRE ROPES
LANKO®FLEX
LANKO®PACK
LANKO®FOUR
LANKO®LIFT COMPACTED
LANKO®TOP
LANKO®TOP COMPACTED
19X7
6X36 WS + FC
6X36 WS + IWRC 1960 N/MM2
6X36 WS + IWRC 1960 N/MM2 MOORING WIRES
6X24 + 7 FC
TIP TOP® COMBI
6X19S + FC DUAL-TENSILE
7X7 & 7X19
6X19 + FC & 6X19 S + IWRC
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HARDWARE
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MANDAL FAIRLEAD SHACKLE & TØNSBERG MOORING LINK
CROSBY® G-2130 & CROSBY® G-2150 SHACKLES
CROSBY® G-209 & CROSBY® G-210 SHACKLES
OPEN / CLOSED SOCKETS & CR-SOCKETS TYPE S04
CROSBY® S-421 SOCKET & CROSBY® S-320CN & CROSBY® S-322CN HOOK
TIPTOP® BELT CAR SLINGS & TIPTOP® FENDERS
TIPTO®WEB WEBBING SLINGS
TIPTO®WEB ROUND SLINGS
TIPTO®WEB LASHING SYSTEMS
CHINESE FINGER
OPEN SPELTER SOCKETS
(HEAVY DUTY) REINFORCED ROPE THIMBLE W/LINK
SOLID THIMBLES
SOLID THIMBLES IN ACC TO JIS B 2802 & DIN 3091
ACCESSORIES FOR TOWING
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GROOVES IN SHEAVES
FLEET ANGLE
RECOMMENDED DIAMETER FOR SHEAVES AND DRUMS
INSTALLATION FROM REEL TO DRUM
SPOOLING CAPACITY OF THE DRUM
SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS TIPTO®WINCHLINE
SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS 8 STRAND PLAITED ROPES
SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS TIPTO®TWELVE
QUICK SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS LANKO®FORCE
SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS LANKO®FORCE
RECOMMENDATIONS ON TOWING LINES
WIRE ASSEMBLY
ROPE INFORMATION
STEELWIRE ROPE INSPECTION AND RETIREMENT CRITERIA
FIBRE ROPE INSPECTION AND RETIREMENT CRITERIA
GENERAL EVALUATION GUIDE
MOORING
HOISTING / CRANE
TOWING
RIVERSHIPS
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OFFSHORE
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LANKHORST SNEEK: INNOVATION WITH TRADITION...
The roots of Lankhorst reach back over 250
years. Established in 1751 as a ropery and
sailmaker’s loft in Sneek in The Netherlands,
the company became known as “Lankhorst”
after Nikolaas Jurgen Lankhorst took over the
company from his in-laws in 1803. During the
19th and 20th centuries, Lankhorst grew from
a local artisan business into a world-wide
supplier of rope and ships mooring lines. These
activities still form our core business Lankhorst Ropes is the largest company within
the Lankhorst group, and a world leading rope
manufacturer.
After several years of working within a
strategic alliance with the Portuguese rope
and netting producer, Grupo Euronete SGPSA,
Lankhorst and Grupo Euronete merged into
the Lankhorst Euronete Group. This group
holds a leading position in many international
markets. In addition to maritime and offshore
ropes Lankhorst is now the largest producer of
fish netting in the world, and one of Europe’s
market leaders in plastics recycling. Through
innovation and product development, we have
also built strong market positions in industrial
yarns, pure® composites products, and the
yachting and agriculture markets.
Today Lankhorst continues to lead through
World Class research and development into
high performance materials and products. This
enables us to work with our customers in
overcoming the many commercial and
engineering challenges they face in
responding successfully to the demands of a
competitive global business environment.
Maritime &
Offshore
Rope Division
Yarn
Division
Pure
Composites
Division
Lankhorst Ropes
Lankhorst Ropes UK
Lankhorst Ropes Middle East (Dubai)
Lankhorst Euronete España
Lankhorst Euronete Australia
Lankhorst Euronete Portugal
Eurorope (Greece)
Fishing
Division
Engineered
Products
Division
Yachting
Division
Lankhorst
Euronete
Brasil
Turnover 2011 approx. 170 mln Euro
Total number of employees Royal LE group: 1250
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In July 2012 the Royal Lankhorst Euronete
Group was acquired by WireCo® WorldGroup
Inc., a global leader in producing and
marketing of wire rope, electromechanical
cable and a major producer of wire products,
headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri.
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LANKHORST ROPES:
THE MASTER OF INNOVATION IN ROPES
Lankhorst Ropes combine more than two
centuries of experience with a strong
innovative ability and modern production
techniques. In close cooperation with clients
world-wide, the company develops
innovative solutions for specific applications.
These solutions can be either new
products or optimised existing techniques.
In this manner Lankhorst Ropes has been a
market leader for decades in the introduction
of new, synthetic fibres, starting with
polyamide, polyester, polyethylene and
polypropylene, later followed by HMPE,
aramid and the in-house developed TIPTO®
range. Lankhorst focuses especially on
specialized fibre ropes and steelwire ropes,
with added value with regards to breaking
strength, life-time, safety and user
friendliness.
Our sales are generated by eight specialized
sales departments, located in seven different
countries. We provide our products to
shipping lines and offshore companies
throughout the world and we are the main
supplier for new built ships in Europe, China,
Japan and Korea.
Lankhorst Ropes has been certified
according to ISO 9001 : 2008.
MARKET SEGMENTS:
SALES
Offshore
Division
Maritime
Division
Domestic
Division
Lankhorst
Ropes UK
Worldwide
Worldwide
The Netherlands
Belgium
France
United
Kingdom
Container vessels
Lankhorst
Ropes
Middle East
Lankhorst
Euronete
España
Lankhorst
Euronete
Australia
Lankhorst
Euronete
Brasil
Middle East
Spain
Australia
Brasil
Bulk cargo
Roll on / Roll off
Tanker vessels
Tugs
Service vessels
Dredging
Offshore
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Cruise ships
War ships
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Ocean sailing
Coastal shipping
Inland shipping
Ocean shipping
Inland shipping
Cargo vessels
Ferries
Oil & Chemicals
LNG / LPG
Blue water (towing & salvage)
Port handling
Offshore
Global operating
Local operating
Single point mooring
Deep sea mooring
Aruna slings
Oceanography
Special ties
Passenger vessels
Navies
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LANKHORST ROPES IN SHORT
RELIABILITY AND SAFETY
Lankhorst Ropes is fully certified according to ISO 9001. Your
relationship with Lankhorst Ropes will ensure you the benefit of high
quality products, as quality has been integrated throughout the complete business process.
INNOVATION AND HIGH PERFORMANCE
Lankhorst Ropes brings into the market a wide range of innovative
products. We are leaders in the development of new and stronger fibres.
We are the specialists to look for when extraordinary
solutions are needed for breaking strength, life-time or user friendliness.
SERVICE AND DELIVERY
Lankhorst Ropes maintains stock positions at various strategically placed
locations world-wide. Thanks to our widespread network and our size,
you are ensured of continuity, fast service and short delivery times.
PARTNER AND PROBLEMSOLVER
Lankhorst Ropes not only just supplies products, we also develop and
produce these products, in close consultation with our clients. In most
situations we will have a solution to cater for your need. If not, we will
develop one…
SUSTAINABLE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
Lankhorst Ropes takes a lot of initiatives to be a sustainable and
environmental friendly company. As an example we can mention our
recycling program within the production plant but also our recycling
programs to recycle ropes after use.
LOGISTICS
Lankhorst
Euronete
Brasil
Offshore rope
factory
Lankhorst
Euronete
Portugal
Offshore rope
factory
Lankhorst
Euronete
Portugal
Maritime rope
factory
Lankhorst Ropes
Dordrecht - Holland
- Central storage
- Confectioning
- Certification
- Forwarding
- Testing
Eurorope
Greece
Maritime rope
factory
Stock & Service* points
- Houston (USA)
- New York (USA)
- Cape Town (South Africa)
- Durban (South Africa)
- Bilbao (Spain)*
- Rotterdam (Holland)
- Fujairah (UAE)
- Dubai (UAE)
- Singapore
- Brisbane (Australia)*
- Panama (Central America)
- Rio de Janeiro (Brasil)*
- Los Angeles
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PREFACE TO THE NEW CATALOGUE
Lankhorst Ropes – Floating Anchor Lines
Increasing concerns about safety when handling steelwire ropes
offshore, and the risk of the ropes coming into contact with pipelines
in complex subsea fields, has prompted Lankhorst Ropes to introduce
a range of floating anchor lines for mooring working barges during
construction operations offshore.
Buoys connected to steelwire rope anchor lines
Since 2009 Lankhorst Ropes has supplied synthetic anchor ropes for
bespoke projects. The ropes have been shown to offer significant safety
and operational advantages compared with steelwire lines.
Unlike steelwire mooring lines which are difficult to handle and can
damage subsea pipelines, the Lankhorst synthetic rope anchor lines are
easier and safer to handle, and require less maintenance as no greasing is
required, for example. Moreover, they enable speedier operations offshore
as fewer floating buoys are needed with the synthetic mooring rope than
with wire anchor lines.
LANKO®FORCE jacketed floating anchor line
Lankhorst anchor ropes come in several variants, where the longest
possible length depends on the diameter required, and include:
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Full lengths of 12 strand LANKO®FORCE braided ropes (up to
1,500 meter and more),
Full lengths of 12 strand LANKO®FORCE braided ropes with
a protective jacket (up to 1,500 meter and more), and
Full lengths of jacketed TIPTO®WINCHLINE (up to 1,000 meter
and more).
LANKO®FORCE 12 strand floating anchor line
When necessary modular lengths of TIPTO®WINCHLINE, joined by shackles, can be used. In
comparison with steelwire these lengths do allow an increased interval of floating buoys,
due to the low weight of this floating rope.
In addition, LANKO®FORCE has a similar diameter/strength ratio to that of steelwire, therefore,
only limited modifications to mooring needed. As with all synthetic ropes, care should be taken to
avoid the rope from running into sharp edges and that the sheaves have sufficient radius.
All Lankhorst floating anchor ropes are designed for specific projects. Our skilled and experienced
rope engineers are able to bring their many years of mooring experience to ensure the most cost
effective, optimised anchor line for your application.
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TIPTO®WINCHLINE floating anchor line
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Lankhorst Ropes honoured with Seatrade
‘Innovation in Ship Operations’ Award 2012
Leading maritime industry publisher ‘Seatrade’ has
named the Lankhorst Ropes A3 splice as the winner
of its ‘Innovation in Ship Operations’ award at the
prestigious 24 th Seatrade Awards held in London’s
Guildhall on 14 May 2012.
The award recognises the A3 splice as an innovation in maritime rope technology for ship and
tug operators. With the trend towards fewer crew, the A3 splice is lighter, stronger and smaller
than traditional splices, greatly improving rope handling safety during mooring and towing.
The efficiency of the splice is 100%, which means there is no loss in rope strength due to
splicing. It makes rope handling easier as there is no doubling of the rope or splice stiffness
in the mainline, commonly experienced with traditional rope splicing. And, by reducing the
weight and size of the splice, the heaviest part of the rope, the A3 splice enables single person
rope handling.
“This is excellent news! We welcome the recognition by Seatrade, and the International Maritime Organization, of the A3 splice as an innovation in ship operations. It has been well received
by maritime companies globally, many of whom are now using the A3 splice across their entire
fleets,” says Wilco Stroet, Managing Director, Lankhorst Ropes.
Recycling scheme for retired maritime ropes
Recycling discarded ropes from Lankhorst Ropes has entered its eighth year. Lankhorst high
performance ropes that have exceeded their technical life time are being transferred into pick-nick
tables, garden furniture and many more products. This Lankhorst recycling program is gradually
growing in popularity and has already surpassed 120 metric tons material on a yearly basis.
The program introduced in 2004 was quickly picked up by a few ship owners. New build
vessels were supplied with these ropes at that time and over the past two years we have
noticed an increase in ropes being returned to Lankhorst for recycling.
This recycling program is an integral part of our sustainability policy. At the same time it
offers chain responsibility together with our partners for making a safer and better world.
Ropes supplied under the recycling program are being accompanied with a Lankhorst
factory certificate printed with our recycling logo. This logo warrants these ropes to be fit for
recycling and must be returned with the rope to Lankhorst Ropes in Holland.
Those interested in the program are invited to contact us at [email protected]
LANKO®FORCE rope coating for improved abrasion resistance
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Lankhorst Ropes has developed an innovative, abrasion resistant coating for its LANKO®FORCE
(R-9) towing ropes, simultaneously improving abrasion resistance and making the ropes easier
to handle.This LANKO®FORCE Challenger coating is an alternative to the protective jacket
normally used to safeguard the rope during handling. For more information on LANKO®FORCE
Challenger coating please contact us at [email protected]
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FIBRE ROPES
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FIBRE ROPES
High performance ropes TIPTO®EIGHT
TIPTO®EIGHT
The well known highperformance mooring
rope. Its strength, abrasion
resistance and energy
absorption ensure a long
life-time and economical
purchase. The small
diameter and low weight
make the handling on
board easier.
As TIPTO®EIGHT is floating,
the risk of getting the
rope into the ship and
tug propeller is minimal,
avoiding costly downtime.
Art.number Circ.
(inches)
111.693
111.721
111.695
111.737
111.697
111.698
111.699
111.700
111.701
111.703
111.735
111.705
111.741
111.743
111.691
111.744
111.746
111.739
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
75,6
92,4
109
128
149
171
194
220
246
305
369
438
515
596
686
779
880
987
269
321
378
441
508
578
651
731
814
992
1.180
1.400
1.620
1.870
2.130
2.410
2.710
3.030
• 0,93
• very good
• very good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 140oC
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
51
62
73
86
100
115
130
148
165
205
248
294
346
400
461
523
591
663
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• 8-strand plaited
• 70,7%
• yellow
• orange
• 0%
MBF
(lbs)
60.474
72.164
84.978
99.141
114.203
129.940
146.351
164.335
182.994
223.010
265.275
314.733
364.190
420.393
478.843
541.790
609.232
681.171
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Min.breaking force (%)
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined according ISO
2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of
termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
new rope
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
10
20
For users of this Lankhorst
product it is possible to join
our Recycling program. Please
consult our sales department
for the program conditions.
30
40
Elongation (%)
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High performance ropes TIPTO®TWELVE
FIBRE ROPES
TIPTO®TWELVE
Green = 32 mm
Brown = 36 mm
Black = 40 mm
Blue = 44 mm
White = 48 mm
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
• 0,93
• very good
• very good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 140oC
CONSTRUCTION
• 12-strand
plaited
• 70,7%
• yellow
• orange
• 0%
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
Art.number Circ.
(inches)
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
111.516
111.520
111.524
111.528
111.532
111.536
111.540
111.544
111.548
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
44
48
12,1
18,9
27,3
37,3
53
66
75,6
92,4
109
48
72,8
103
137
177
222
269
321
378
8
13
18
25
36
44
51
62
73
2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
10.791
16.366
23.155
30.799
39.791
49.908
60.474
72.164
84.978
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined
according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without
splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/
fittings.
Min.breaking force (%)
TIPTO®TWELVE, available in
the diameter range of 16 mm
till 48 mm, is the successor of
the well-known TIPTO®EIGHT.
The construction is different,
the material remains
the same. The 12-strand
braided construction makes
the rope rounder, more
stable, more compact and
more regular on the surface.
This increases the abrasion
resistance and the life-time
of the rope even more.
TIPTO®TWELVE can be used
for mooring, using either
bollards and/or winches.
All TIPTO®TWELVE coils
will be fitted with a quality
label, stating “Original
product of Lankhorst Ropes”.
TIPTO®TWELVE ropes in the
range from 32 mm up to 48
mm have been upgraded
with an extra marker yarn.
The rope size can now easily
(and above all) without
mistake be identified.
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
new rope
0
10
20
30
40
For users of this Lankhorst
product it is possible to join
our Recycling program. Please
consult our sales department
for the program conditions.
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Elongation (%)
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FIBRE ROPES
High performance ropes TIPTO®WINCHLINE
A dedicated floating
winchline, developed
especially to be used
on single drum, selftensioning winches. The
load-bearing 7-strand
core combines high
strength and relative low
elongation. The non loadbearing braided jacket
provides protection to
the core (longer life-time)
and increases crew-safety
by minimizing the risk of
snap-back. The smooth
operation of the vessel is
increased by the ease of
handling of the rope due
to its low weight and the
floating characteristic of
the rope.
TIPTO®WINCHLINE does
not lose strength when
wet!
TIPTO®WINCHLINE
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
Art.number
• 0,93
• very good
• very good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 140oC
Diameter
(mm)
111.952
111.953
111.934
111.956
111.935
111.936
111.896
111.937
111.967
111.966
111.938
111.939
111.970
111.940
111.941
111.942
111.898
Weight
(kg/100m)
74
98
115
125
133
150
160
167
184
190
203
221
240
256
355
380
395
36
42
46
48
50
54
56
58
60
62
64
68
70
74
80
82
84
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
ON REQUEST
• 7-strand + jacket
• 70,7%
• yellow
• orange
• 0%
• larger diameters
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
MBF
(lbs)
248
340
425
472
512
598
640
682
730
780
850
934
990
1.100
1.270
1.350
1.420
50
66
77
84
89
101
108
112
124
128
136
149
161
172
239
255
265
55.753
76.435
95.544
106.110
115.102
134.436
143.878
153.320
164.111
175.351
191.088
209.972
222.561
247.290
285.507
303.492
319.229
Larger diameters on request
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For users of this Lankhorst
product it is possible to join
our Recycling program. Please
consult our sales department
for the program conditions.
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Min.breaking force (%)
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined according
ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other
form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
used rope
0
10
A3 splice
new rope
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
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High performance ropes EUROFLEX®
FIBRE ROPES
EUROFLEX®
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
Min.breaking force (%)
used rope
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
10
• 1,14
CONSTRUCTION
• good
TCLL VALUE
• very good
COLOUR
• good
MARKER YARN
• see graph
WATERABSORPTION
• approx. 165oC/265oC
new rope
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
• 8-strand plaited
• 79,6%
• white
• yellow
• <0,5%
The continuing industry
demand for mooring and
towing ropes with higher
strength AND smaller
diameter, has produced
EUROFLEX®. Its excellent
handling properties,
continuing softness and
flexibility combined with
its high energy absorption
and abrasion resistance,
make the EUROFLEX® one
of the best ropes available
today for mooring and
towing purposes, for both
shipping and offshore
operations.
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
Circ.
(kg/100m) (kN)
(inches) (mm)
152.418
152.419
152.420
152.429
152.430
152.427
152.428
152.426
152.424
152.425
152.431
152.432
152.433
152.434
152.435
152.436
152.437
152.438
152.439
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
76
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
102
124
148
173
201
231
263
296
332
370
411
497
590
689
803
923
1.050
1.187
1.334
411
493
583
680
784
896
1.010
1.140
1.270
1.410
1.550
1.870
2.210
2.570
2.970
3.380
3.830
4.300
4.800
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
69
83
99
116
135
155
177
199
223
249
276
334
396
463
540
620
706
798
896
MBF
(lbs)
92.396
110.831
131.064
152.870
176.250
201.429
227.057
256.282
285.507
316.981
348.454
420.393
496.828
577.759
667.683
759.854
861.018
966.678
1.079.083
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire
itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the
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High performance ropes EUROFLEX® MOORING TAIL
Mooring tail to provide
shock/energy absorbing
within the mooring
system. The EUROFLEX®
Mooring Tails surpass
the nylon tails in quality,
the energy absorption is
better, the rope remains
elastic for a longer time
and the rope does not
lose a large portion of
its dry MBF when it is
wet. As the strength
is higher than that of
nylon, a smaller diameter
of rope can be used,
providing better handling.
Made of polyester and
polypropylene composite
yarns, the standard length
produced is 11m Effective
Working Length, with 2
protected eyes of 2,0m
and 1,0m respectively.
EUROFLEX® 11 M MOORING TAIL
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
• 1,14
CONSTRUCTION
• good
TCLL VALUE
• very good
COLOUR
• good
MARKER YARN
• see graph
WATERABSORPTION
• approx. 165oC/265oC
Art.number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/ tail)
MBF
(kN)
152.448
152.450
152.447
152.449
152.451
152.454
152.452
152.455
152.453
152,446
152.456
48
56
60
62
64
68
72
76
80
84
88
24,0
32,5
37,4
40,1
42,5
47,9
53,7
59,8
66,5
73,3
80,4
583
784
896
955
1.010
1.140
1.270
1.410
1.550
1.710
1.870
• 8-strand plaited
• 79,6%
• white
• yellow
• <0,5%
MBF
(lbs)
Weight
(lbs/ tail)
131.064
176.250
201.429
214.693
227.057
256.282
285.507
316.981
348.454
384.423
420.393
53
72
82
88
94
106
118
132
147
162
177
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined
according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices
or any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
used rope
Min.breaking force (%)
OCIMF recommends
mooring tails with a MBF of
125% related to the steel
wire rope mooring line.
EUROFLEX® MOORING
TAILS have equal breaking
strength under wet and dry
conditions
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
new rope
10
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
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High performance ropes EUROFLOAT®
A floating high performance
rope constructed from high
strength polypropylene and
polyester yarns. Produced
under the latest EN and ISO
standards.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• 0,99 (floating)
• good
• very good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 165oC/265oC
• 8-strand plaited
• 73 %
• white
• one yellow and one
blue in one strand
• 0,1%
EUROFLOAT®
MBF
Diameter Weight
Art.
Circ.
(kg/100m) (kN)
number (inches) (mm)
152.332
152.336
152.340
152.344
152.348
152.352
152.356
152.360
152.364
152.368
152.372
152.376
152.380
152.388
152.396
4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
11
12
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
76
80
88
96
200
250
305
364
428
496
570
648
732
823
915
1.020
1.120
1.340
1.580
50,3
63,8
79,0
95,0
113
133
154
177
201
227
255
284
314
380
453
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
34
43
53
64
76
89
103
119
135
153
171
191
211
255
304
44.962
56.202
68.567
81.830
96.218
111.505
128.141
145.676
164.560
185.018
205.700
229.305
251.786
301.244
355.198
Min.breaking force (%)
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the
rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed
with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
used rope
0
10
new rope
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
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High performance ropes ATLAS™
The original nylon
mooring rope, for use on
winches. Made of 6 strands
with core, with the
monofilaments in the
strands providing form,
stability and excellent
behaviour on the drum.
FIBRE ROPES
ATLAS™
• 1,14
• good
• very good
• good
• see graph
MBF
Diameter Weight
Circ.
Art.
(kg/100m) (kN)
number (inches) (mm)
064.386
063.126
064.696
064.700
063.120
063.118
062.863
064.483
062.766
063.878
062.774
064.033
063.703
063.124
063.665
063.860
063.128
063.132
063.129
063.130
063.133
063.134
063.136
2 1/4
2 1/2
2 3/4
3
3 1/4
3 1/2
4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
7 3/4
8
8 1/2
8 3/4
9
9 3/4
10 1/2
11 1/4
12
18
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
62
64
68
70
72
78
84
90
96
22
28
35
40
47
52,2
65
83
100
125
148
160
200
217
235
245
280
310
335
364
425
505
585
69
97
108
128
150
165
216
255
304
412
491
530
652
687
775
795
922
1.010
1.059
1.177
1.373
1.619
1.884
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
COLOUR
WATERABSORPTION
Weight
(lbs/ 100 ft)
15
19
24
27
32
35
44
56
67
84
99
108
134
146
158
165
188
208
225
245
286
339
393
MBF
(lbs)
15.512
21.806
24.279
28.776
33.721
37.093
48.559
57.326
68.342
92.621
110.381
119.149
146.575
154.444
174.227
178.723
207.274
227.057
238.073
264.600
308.663
363.966
423.540
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• approx. 218oC
• 6-strand + core
• white
• 4%
Min.breaking force (%)
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
new rope
0
10
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
R-8
The all purpose 8 strand
plaited mooring rope
features a high breaking
load and low weight,
whilst still floating.
Produced under the latest
EN and ISO standards.
HSPP™
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• 8-strand plaited
• 52%
• white
• orange
• 0,1%
MBF
(lbs)
Art.number
Circ.
(inches)
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
120.270
120.275
120.290
120.295
120.310
120.311
120.312
120.313
120.314
120.316
120.317
120.318
120.319
120.320
120.321
4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
9 1/2
10
11
12
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
76
80
88
96
50,3
63,8
79
95
113
133
154
177
201
227
255
284
314
380
453
200
250
305
364
428
496
570
648
732
823
915
1.020
1.120
1.340
1.580
34
43
53
64
76
89
103
119
135
153
171
191
211
255
304
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
new rope
0
10
20
30
40
50
Elongation (%)
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44.962
56.202
68.567
81.830
96.218
111.505
128.141
145.676
164.560
185.018
205.700
229.305
251.786
301.244
355.198
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined
according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices
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• 0,92
• good
• good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 165oC
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General purpose ropes HSPP™
R-9
Circ.
Diameter Weight
MBF
Art.
(kg/100m) (kN)
number (inches) (mm)
092.006
092.008
092.010
092.012
092.014
092.016
092.018
092.020
092.022
092.024
092.026
092.028
092.030
092.032
092.034
092.036
092.038
092.040
092.044
092.048
092.052
092.056
092.060
092.064
092.068
092.072
092.080
092.088
092.096
092.104
092.112
092.120
092.128
092.136
092.144
3/4
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
1 3/4
2
2 1/4
2 1/2
2 3/4
3
3 1/4
3 1/2
3 3/4
4
4 1/4
4 1/2
4 3/4
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
2,3
3,9
5,9
9,3
10,7
14
18
21,5
28
33,5
37,5
43,5
51,5
59
65
71
80
88, 5
109
126
149
176
202
230
259
290
358
430
510
600
695
798
910
1.030
1.150
35
62
97
137
184
244
303
374
450
533
612
701
789
887
991
1.076
1.191
1.314
1.559
1.853
2.160
2.490
2.820
3.210
3.610
4.010
4.510
5.320
6.230
6.800
7.810
8.870
9.970
11.100
12.400
Weight
MBF
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
1,5
3
4
6
7,5
9
12
14
19
23
25
29
35
40
44
48
54
59
73
85
100
118
136
155
174
195
241
289
343
403
467
536
611
692
773
7.868
13.938
21.806
30.799
41.365
54.853
68.117
84.079
101.164
119.823
137.583
157.591
177.374
199.406
222.786
241.894
267.747
295.399
350.477
416.571
485.587
559.774
633.961
721.637
811.560
901.484
1.013.888
1.195.984
1.400.560
1.528.701
1.755.758
1.994.055
2.241.345
2.495.379
2.787.631
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the
rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed
with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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LANKO®FORCE
12 strand braided rope, made of Dyneema® yarns. This rope forms
an excellent alternative for heavy and lumbersome steelwire
ropes in situations requiring manual handling of the rope. The
strength is higher than that of conventional steelwire rope and
the corresponding weight is 7 times lower! The better handling
characteristics are especially appreciated in towing and mooring
applications. This rope is floating! When replacing fibre rope the
reduction in diameter can lead to substantial saving
of weight and size of e.g. the mooring winches, and
when incorporated in the design of the vessel at
newbuilding to a saving of cost as well.
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SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
WATERABSORPTION
WITH JACKET
• 0,98
• excellent
• excellent
• good
• see graph
• approx. 147oC
• 12-strand plaited
• 100%
• yellow
• 0%
• Polyester (R-10)
• TIPTO® (R-11)
• Dyneema® (R-12)
LANKO®FORCE Challenger Coating see CI-5
used rope
Min.breaking force (%)
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High performance ropes LANKO®FORCE
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
1
2
new rope
3
4
5
Elongation (%)
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LANKO®FORCE
WITH POLYESTER JACKET
FIBRE ROPES
LANKO®FORCE with jacket
is produced for applications
where heat build-up and heavy
abrasion is expected. The
presented data is with a polyester
jacket. This is a durable jacket
with excellent abrasion / heat
resistance but with NON-floating
properties.
Applications:
mooring, towing,
salvage and lifting.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT CORE
MELTING POINT JACKET
• 1,06
• excellent
• very good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 147oC
• approx. 265oC
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
WATERABSORPTION
MARKER YARN
WITH OTHER JACKET
Art.number Circ.
(inches)
Min.breaking force (%)
used rope
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
1
2
new rope
3
4
5
Elongation (%)
092.320
092.322
092.324
092.326
092.328
092.330
092.332
092.334
092.336
092.338
092.340
092.342
092.344
092.348
092.352
092.356
092.360
092.364
092.368
092.372
2 1/2
2 3/4
3
3 1/4
3 1/2
3 3/4
4
4 1/4
4 1/2
4 3/4
5
5 1/4
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
If floating is a
must we can
also provide
this rope with
a jacket made
out of TIPTO® or
Dyneema®.
• 12-strand
with jacket
• 100%
• white
• 0%
• blue
• TIPTO® (R-11)
• Dyneema® (R-12)
MBF
Diameter Weight
(kg/100m) (kN)
(mm)
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
26,1
31
35
42,6
49
55,8
64,5
73,2
81,4
89,2
97
104
122
139
164
195
221
248
286
319
267
332
409
492
583
670
767
863
970
1.084
1.177
1.303
1.544
1.782
2.141
2.283
2.635
2.983
3.508
3.938
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
18
21
24
29
33
37
43
49
55
60
65
70
82
93
110
131
149
167
192
214
60.024
74.637
91.947
110.606
131.064
150.622
172.428
194.010
218.065
243.693
264.600
292.926
347.105
400.610
481.316
513.239
592.372
670.605
788.630
885.298
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High performance ropes LANKO®FORCE with TIPTO® jacket
LANKO®FORCE with jacket
is produced for applications
where heat build-up and
heavy abrasion is expected.
The presented data is with
a TIPTO®jacket. This is a
durable jacket with excellent
abrasion characteristics
and is advised to be used
for those applications
where the load bearing
core members needs to be
protected against external
heat built up and / or
abrasion. This jacket has
a specific gravity smaller
than 1, which will keep the
rope afloat. Applications:
mooring, towing,
salvage,
iceberg towing
and lifting.
Min.breaking force (%)
used rope
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
1
2
new rope
3
4
LANKO®FORCE
WITH TIPTO® JACKET
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT CORE
MELTING POINT JACKET
CONSTRUCTION
• 0,97
TCLL VALUE
• excellent
COLOUR
• very good
WATERABSORPTION
• good
MARKER YARN
• see graph
WITH OTHER JACKET
o
• approx. 147 C
• approx. 140oC
• 12-strand with jacket
Art.number
Diameter Weight
Circ.
(kg/100m)
(inches) (mm)
092620
092622
092624
092626
092628
092630
092632
092634
092636
092638
092640
092642
092644
092648
092652
092656
092660
092664
092668
092672
2 1/2
2 3/4
3
3 1/4
3 1/2
3 3/4
4
4 1/4
4 1/2
4 3/4
5
5 1/4
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
8 1/2
9
• 100%
• yellow
• 0%
• bleu
• Polyester (R-10)
• Dyneema® (R-12)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
267
332
409
492
583
670
767
863
970
1.084
1.177
1.303
1.544
1.782
2.141
2.283
2.635
2.983
3.508
3.938
15
18
20
25
29
34
39
45
50
55
64
69
81
92
109
125
142
160
185
206
MBF
(lbs)
5
Elongation (%)
LANKO®FORCE WITH TIPTO® JACKET can
be offered in the variety of each strand
over braided individually. All together this
gives more protection to the load bearing
cores. In the event one or two strands have
suffered excessive abrasion during an
operation, these can be repaired by putting
a seizing over each abraided strand. The
rope can return to the job without too
much volume added by seizing.
Despite the over braiding of the jacket, the
rope is still an eight strand rope. She can
be spliced like any other eight strand ropes
and can be customized on location if the
work requires so.
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
21,8
26,6
30,3
37,5
43,6
50
58,3
66,7
74,5
82
95,6
102,5
120,5
137,5
162,3
186
211,5
238
275
307
60.024
74.637
91.947
110.606
131.064
150.622
172.428
194.010
218.065
243.693
264.600
292.926
347.105
400.610
481.316
513.239
592.372
670.605
788.630
885.298
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FIBRE ROPES
Min.breaking force (%)
used rope
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
LANKO®FORCE
WITH DYNEEMA® JACKET
LANKO®FORCE with jacket
is produced for applications
where heat build-up and
heavy abrasion is expected.
The presented data is with
a DYNEEMA® jacket. This is a
durable jacket with excellent
abrasion / heat resistance as
well as with floating properties.
Applications:
mooring, towing,
salvage and lifting.
0
1
2
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT JACKET
MELTING POINT CORE
CONSTRUCTION
new rope
3
4
• 0,98
TCLL VALUE
• excellent
COLOUR
• excellent
WATERABSORPTION
• good
MARKER YARN
• see graph
WITH OTHER JACKET
• approx. 147oC
• approx. 147oC
• 12-strand with jacket
Art.number
Diameter Weight
Circ.
(kg/100m)
(inches) (mm)
092520
092522
092524
092526
092528
092530
092532
092534
092536
092538
092540
092542
093166
093168
092552
092556
092560
092562
092365
092568
092572
2 1/2
2 3/4
3
3 1/4
3 1/2
3 3/4
4
4 1/4
4 1/2
4 3/4
5
5 1/4
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
7 3/4
8
8 1/2
9
5
MBF
(kN)
• 100%
• white
• 0%
• blue
• Polyester (R-10)
• TIPTO® (R-11)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
MBF
(lbs)
Elongation (%)
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
48
52
56
60
62
64
68
72
23,7
28,6
32,4
39,8
46
52,6
61,1
69,6
77,6
85,2
91,1
97,8
116
138
157
184
210
224
248
273
305
267
332
409
492
583
670
767
863
970
1.084
1.177
1.303
1.544
1.782
2.141
2.283
2.635
2.780
2.983
3.508
3.938
16
19,3
21,9
26,9
31
35,5
41,2
47
52,4
57,5
61,5
66
78,3
93,1
106
124
142
151
167
184
206
60.024
74.637
91.947
110.607
131.064
150.623
172.429
194.011
218.066
243.695
264.602
292.928
347.107
400.612
481.319
513.242
592.375
624.972
670.609
788.634
885.404
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High performance ropes LANKO®TECH
FIBRE ROPES
Technora aramid ropes
have been engineered for
applications where light
weight, high strength and
good abrasion resistance
are important. These
ropes are manufactured
in a 12 strand braided
construction with an
overall jacket of polyester.
Typical applications
where LANKO®TECH
should be considered are
fire wires for tankers, due
to the high melting point
of the load bearing core.
Other applications are
winch lines, lifting lines,
mooring lines and towed
arrays. Terminations
include hand splices and
spike terminations.
LANKO®TECH
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT CORE
MELTING POINT JACKET
• 1,40
• good
• good
• good
• see graph
• approx. 500 oC
• approx. 265 oC
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
Min.breaking force (%)
Art.number Diameter Weight
(kg/100m)
(mm)
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
new rope
0
1
2
3
4
5
Elongation (%)
090.712
090.714
090.716
090.718
090.720
090.722
090.724
090.726
090.728
090.730
090.732
090.734
090.736
090.738
090.740
090.742
090.744
090.746
090.748
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
9
13,5
18,5
26,6
31,7
40,5
46
57,6
66,5
75
84
96,5
106
119
132
143
152
167
182
• 12 strand core
with braided
jacket
• 70%
• white
• blue / orange
• 0%
MBF
MBF Weight
(kN) (lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
50
101
151
201
252
353
403
490
585
685
785
930
1.020
1.170
1.320
1.461
1.562
1.713
1.864
6
9
12
18
21
27
31
41
45
52
59
67
71
80
89
96
102
112
122
11.240
22.706
33.946
45.187
56.652
79.358
90.598
110.156
131.513
153.994
176.475
209.072
229.305
263.026
296.748
328.446
351.152
385.098
419.044
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are determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength
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High performance ropes STRONGLINE™
FIBRE ROPES
STRONGLINE™
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
• 1,38
• excellent
• excellent
• good
• see graph
• approx. 265oC
When STRONGLINE™ is installed on a towing
winch, twists in the rope induced during
installation could reduce the life time of the rope
once put to work. It is crucial to use a turning
table for unwinding from a coil. To facilitate the
installation with respect to avoiding induced
twists, a longitudinal marking has been made to
the STRONGLINE™ from the factory. Please make
sure the longitudinal marking line is
always on the same position while winding up
the STRONGLINE™ on your towing winch.
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
(kg/100m) (kN)
(mm)
081032
081036
081040
081044
081048
081052
081056
081060
081064
081068
081072
081076
081080
081088
081092
081096
081100
081104
081112
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
68
72
76
80
88
92
96
100
104
112
10
76,5
95
131
147
175
189
227
256
284
307
367
390
417
493
528
560
610
662
778
353
440
533
638
750
870
995
1.130
1.270
1.420
1.570
1.730
1.890
2.250
2.450
2.630
2.840
3.090
3.650
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
51
64
88
99
117
127
152
172
190
206
246
261
280
331
354
375
409
444
522
79.358
98.916
119.823
143.428
168.607
195.584
223.685
254.034
285.507
319.229
352.950
388.920
424.889
505.820
550.782
591.248
638.458
694.660
820.553
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical
properties) are determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the
breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of
termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
new rope
A3 splice
0
• parallel cores
with jacket
• 70 %
• white
• orange
•<1%
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
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STRONGLINE™ rope has a construction consisting of a
parallel core with a braided protective cover. The parallel
core results in a very high strength compared to the
diameter and material. The protective cover ensures a long
life-time of the rope due to its excellent resistance against
abrasion. Regular maintenance can lengthen the life-time
even more. The main application of this rope will be towing
and mooring.
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FIBRE ROPES
General purpose ropes TIPTO®LON OCTOPLY
TIPTO®LON OCTOPLY
The standard nylon mooring rope
for all purposes. Produced according
the latest EN and ISO standards.
It combines high (dry)
strength and excellent
abrasion resistance. Its high elasticity
makes the rope very suitable as a
mooring tail.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
• 1,14
• good
• very good
• good
• see graph
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
Circ.
(kg/100m) (kN)
(inches) (mm)
062.812
060.293
062.251
062.260
061.247
061.263
061.280
062.278
061.301
061.328
061.344
061.590
061.360
061.395
061.425
063.690
061.450
2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
9
10
11
12
15,8
24,5
35,5
48,5
63
80
99
120
142
166
193
221
252
319
394
477
568
16
20
24
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
72
80
88
96
52
81,4
118
155
196
244
294
351
412
479
549
626
706
882
1.080
1.280
1.510
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
WATERABSORPTION
MBF
(lbs)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
11
16
24
33
42
54
67
81
95
112
130
149
169
214
265
321
382
11.690
18.299
26.527
34.845
44.063
54.853
66.094
78.908
92.621
107.683
123.420
140.730
158.715
198.281
242.794
287.755
339.462
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Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined
according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without
splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/
fittings.
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
new rope
0
10
20
30
40
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• 8-strand plaited
• 55%
• white
• 4%
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The standard mooring
rope for all purposes,
made of polypropylene
yarns. Produced according
the latest EN and ISO
standards.
POLYPROPYLENE OCTOPLY
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION
MELTING POINT
Art.
Circ.
number (inches)
Diameter Weight
MBF
(mm)
(kg/100m) (kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
133.493
133.515
133.532
133.558
136.077
136.115
136.131
136.158
136.174
136.298
133.760
136.352
133.825
136.441
136.417
136.522
136.523
136.525
137.065
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
64
72
80
88
96
104
112
120
128
136
144
31
39
48
59
70
82
95
110
124
157
195
236
280
329
383
437
497
564
632
4
4 1/2
5
5 1/2
6
6 1/2
7
7 1/2
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
46
58,5
72
88
104
122
142
163
185
234
290
351
417
490
570
650
740
840
940
132
166
201
241
280
324
371
424
480
603
741
889
1.050
1.200
1.390
1.600
1.800
2.030
2.260
• 0,91
• good
• reasonable
• good
• see graph
• approx. 165oC
MBF
(lbs)
29.675
37.318
45.187
54.179
62.947
72.838
83.404
95.319
107.908
135.560
166.583
199.855
236.049
269.771
312.484
359.694
404.656
456.362
508.068
CONSTRUCTION
TCLL VALUE
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• 8-strand plaited
• 52%
• blue
• orange
• 0,1%
new rope
Min.breaking force (%)
FIBRE ROPES
General purpose ropes POLYPROPYLENE OCTOPLY
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
10
20
30
40
Elongation (%)
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire
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General purpose ropes EUROFLEX® 3 STRAND & TIPTO®THREE
EUROFLEX® 3 STRAND
EUROFLEX® 3-strand,
although comparable
to nylon in strength,
offers some essential
advantages. As the
material is not influenced
by either water or UV
radiation, the rope
remains flexible, and
keeps its softness to the
touch. The rope does
not lose strength when
becoming wet.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION AT BREAK
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
152.508
152.510
152.512
152.514
152.516
152.518
152.520
152.522
152.524
152.526
152.528
152.530
152.532
152.534
152.536
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
• 1,14
• good
• very good
• good
• approx. 20%
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
12,9
20,8
30,7
39,2
47,1
57,1
72,6
84,3
100
117
132
150
168
184
200
4
6
8,5
11,5
15
19
23
28
33,5
39
46
52
59,5
67,5
75
MELTING POINT
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• approx.
165oC/265oC
• white
• yellow
• <0,5%
Weight
MBF
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
3
4
6
8
10
13
15
19
23
26
31
35
40
45
50
2.900
4.676
6.902
8.813
10.589
12.837
16.321
18.951
22.481
26.303
29.675
33.721
37.768
41.365
44.962
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties)
are determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength
in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be
formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
TIPTO®THREE
011012
3 strand rope, made of the
well known TIPTO® yarn,
giving the rope added
strength and life-time.
Art.number Circ.
(inches)
Diameter Weight
MBF
(mm)
(kg/100m) (kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
111.771
111.736
20
24
13
18
2 1/2
3
19
27,4
65,9
93,1
MBF
(lbs)
14.815
20.930
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UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION AT BREAK
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• 0,93
• very good
• very good
• good
• approx. 20%
• approx. 135oC
• 3-strand
• yellow
• orange
• 0%
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General purpose ropes GRIPOGREEN® & TIPTO®LENE 4-STRAND
GRIPOGREEN®
3 Strand polypropylene
rope, colour green. Rope
made following EN and
ISO standards, for all
purposes.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION AT BREAK
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
WATERABSORPTION
• 0,91
• good
• reasonable
• good
• approx. 20%
• approx. 165oC
• 3-strand
• green
• orange
(from 16 mm and up)
• 0,1%
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
(kg/100m) (kN)
(mm)
138.195
133.037
138.217
138.226
138.259
138.229
138.227
138.250
138.398
138.252
138.099
138.257
138.256
138.261
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
28
32
36
40
1,5
2,7
4
5,7
9
11,5
14,8
18
21,8
26
35,5
46
58,5
72
5,9
10,4
15,3
21,7
29,9
37
47,2
56,9
68,8
79,7
105
132
166
201
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
1
2
3
4
6
8
10
12
15
17
24
31
39
48
1.326
2.338
3.440
4.878
6.722
8.318
10.611
12.792
15.467
17.917
23.605
29.675
37.318
45.187
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strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
TIPTO®LENE 4-STRAND
4 Strand rope, made of polyethylene. Widely
used in the inland shipping industry for mooring.
Compact and robust construction makes rope
suitable for mooring. This rope characterises
itself by combining high abrasion resistance with
reasonable breaking strength.
WATERABSORPTION
• 0,95
• good
• good
• good
• approx. 30%
• approx. 140oC
• 4-strand
• green
• orange
(from 16 mm and up)
•0%
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number
Diameter Put up Weight
MBF
(mm)
(m)
(kg/100m) (kN)
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
101.133
101.079
101.095
101.109
101.125
24
28
32
36
40
18
24
32
40
47
220
220
220
220
220
26,6
35,4
47,2
59,4
70,6
53,8
72,4
94,5
119
144
12.095
16.276
21.244
26.752
32.372
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/
wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or
without the use of accessories/fittings.
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SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION AT BREAK
MELTING POINT
CONSTRUCTION
COLOUR
MARKER YARN
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General purpose ropes GRIPORANJE & MANILLA II
FIBRE ROPES
GRIPORANJE 3-STRAND
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION AT BREAK
MELTING POINT
COLOUR
WATERABSORPTION
• 0,91
• good
• reasonable
• good
• approx. 20%
• approx. 165oC
• orange
• 0,1%
MBF
Diameter Weight
Art.
(kg/100m) (kN)
number (mm)
020.052
020.095
020.141
020.192
020.230
020.273
020.303
020.338
020.354
020.370
020.397
020.400
020.419
020.427
020.443
020.516
020.517
020.540
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
36
40
44
48
2,9
5,4
6,8
10,5
14
19
22
27,5
33
40
47
53
62,5
70
89
110
134
158
2,8
5,3
6,9
10,5
14,3
19,9
24
31,9
35,9
44,8
52,3
59,8
67,3
77,2
94,6
118
140
165
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
2
4
5
7
9
13
15
18
22
27
32
36
42
47
60
74
90
106
Art.
number
Diameter Put up
(mm)
(m)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
MBF
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
139.780
139.734
139.947
139.955
139.963
4
6
8
10
12
0,7
1,5
2,7
4
5,8
2,3
5,4
9,4
14
19,9
0,5
1
1,8
2,7
3,9
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1.214
2.113
3.147
4.474
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splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of
accessories/fittings.
MBF
(lbs)
629
1.191
1.551
2.360
3.215
4.474
5.395
7.171
8.071
10.071
11.758
13.444
15.130
17.355
21.267
26.527
31.473
37.093
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical
properties) are determined according ISO 2307:2005. The MBF refers to the
breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of
termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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200
200
200
200
200
MANILLA II 3-STRAND
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
ELONGATION AT BREAK
WATERABSORPTION
• 1,45
• reasonable
• reasonable
• not good
• approx. 3%
• 13%
R-20
FIBRE ROPES
General purpose ropes GRIPOLON, BRAIDED
Polypropylene
multifilament, 2-6 mm
without core, 8 and 10 with
core.
GRIPOLON, BRAIDED
SPECIFIC GRAVITY
UV-RESISTANCE
ABRASION RESISTANCE
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
• 0,93
• very good
• very good
• good
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Put up
(m)
MBF
(kN)
MBF
(lbs)
149.950
149.756
149.764
149.772
149.780
149.996
149.999
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
500
500
250
250
200
200
200
0,6
1
1,8
2,8
3,5
8,6
11,1
135
225
405
629
787
1.933
2.495
ELONGATION AT BREAK
MELTING POINT
COLOUR
WATERABSORPTION
• approx. 30%
• approx. 165oC
• yellow
• 0,1%
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be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
R-21
LANKHORST ROPES DEFENDER® & TIPTO®WEB HAWSER PROTECTION SLEEVES
FIBRE ROPES
LANKHORST ROPES DEFENDER®
A High Performance Protection Sleeve for
permanent fixing on a hawser, towing line
or pennant. The braided strands offer a high
abrasion resistance. The sleeve is made in a
hollow braid, the sleeve can therefore easily be
adjusted to the circumferential size of the rope to
be protected. The DEFENDER® can be made from
different types of yarns, offering extra strength,
floatability and other characteristics. Please
consult our sales staff for the optimal product in
your application.
TIPTO®WEB HAWSER PROTECTION SLEEVES
Hawser protection sleeve, easy to apply where
and when you need it. The use of this protection
sleeve will drastically improve the life-time of any
of your mooring ropes. The TIPTO®WEB sleeve
can be easily wrapped around the hawser at the
exact spot where it is needed.
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The TIPTO®WEB sleeves are finished with a
protective seam all around, two large Velcro
strips enable the sleeves to be applied easily and
to accommodate different diameters of hawser,
two eyelets, one on either side, enable the crew
to secure the sleeve in the right position on the
hawser. The standard length is 3 meter.
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Width
(cm)
Hawser
for approx (mm)
318.789
318.788
33
50
40 - 64
68 - 96
Repair set for TIPTO® WINCHLINES & LANKO®FORCE with jacket
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FIBRE ROPES
REPAIR SET FOR TIPTO® WINCHLINES
The content of the box consists of the following articles:
50 mm wide adhesive tape
100 meter of polyester braided twine 5 mm
1 sewing needle of 20 cm
1 square meter of Euroweb® cloth
1 can of 500 gram urethane + hardener
1 pair of gloves
2 pages of repair instructions
Article number complete box: 009.265
Art.number
Article
009.268
082.551
032.063
005.310
009.266
50 mm tape
Polyester twine 5 mm
Sewing needle 20 cm
1 meter Euroweb® cloth
Can urethane + hardener
It is possible to order the individual items for the box.
REPAIR SET FOR LANKO®FORCE WITH JACKET
The content of the box consists of the following
articles:
50 mm wide adhesive tape
1 spool of 2 mm Dyneema®
1 small sewing needle
1 meter Dyneema® cloth (DC25)
1 can of 500 gram urethane + hardener
1 pair of gloves
Art.number
Article
009.268
081.670
379.721
093.007
009.266
50 mm wide adhesive tape
Spool of 2 mm Dyneema®
Small sewing needle
1 meter Dyneema® cloth (DC25)
Can urethane + hardener
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STEELWIRE ROPES
Non Rotating LANKO®FLEX
LANKO®FLEX
Multi strand, non-rotating,
hoisting wire rope. The
construction ensures
great flexibility to make
this wire rope suitable for
use on “European” type of
cranes. The galvanization
and internal/external
lubrication provide
protection against the
environment. Our controlled
production process and
the material selection give
the LANKO®FLEX wire rope
the highest quality level
available today.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 35
• 245
• WSC
• 96
• 16
Art.number
Diameter
(mm)
MBF
Weight
(kg/100m) (kN)
293.008
293.010
293.012
293.013
293.014
293.015
293.016
293.018
293.019
293.020
293.022
293.024
293.026
293.028
293.030
293.032
293.034
293.036
293.038
293.040
8
10
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
27,8
44,2
63
75,6
85,9
98,5
111
143
157
174
213
254
299
343
394
445
505
573
634
696
48,3
75,5
109
128
148
170
193
244
272
302
365
435
510
592
679
773
872
978
1.090
1.210
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
19
30
42
51
58
66
75
96
105
117
143
171
201
230
265
299
339
385
426
468
• lang lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• regular lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
MBF
(lbs)
10.858
16.973
24.504
28.776
33.272
38.218
43.388
54.853
61.148
67.892
82.055
97.792
114.653
133.087
152.645
173.777
196.033
219.863
245.042
272.019
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Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the
rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or
without the use of accessories/fittings.
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LANKO®PACK
Compacted multi strand, non-rotating, hoisting
wire rope. The construction ensures great
flexibility, to make this wire rope suitable for use
on “European” type of cranes. The galvanisation
and internal/external lubrication provide
protection against the environment. Our
controlled production process and the material
selection give the LANKO®PACK wire rope the
highest quality level available today.
The compacting gives this wire rope added
breaking strength, for those circumstances
where you need it.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS < 28 MM
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS > 30 MM
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES < 28 MM
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES > 30 MM
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
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• galvanised
• 2160 N/mm2
• 34
• 37
• 238
• 259
• WSC
• 96
• 16
• lang lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• regular lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
• other diameters
MBF Weight
Art.number Diameter Weight
(kg/100m) (kN) (lbs/100 ft)
(mm)
291.008
291.020
291.023
291.026
291.034
291.101
291.239
291.249
291.241
291.242
291.243
291.244
291.246
291.238
291.240
291.245
291.248
291.247
291.250
291.251
291.252
8
10
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
24
25
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
31,3
47,9
69
81
94
112
124
154
171
190
231
277
306
327
377
438
497
559
633
701
775
61
97,4
139,9
164
191
220
250
311
347
385
467
566
617
663
761
887
1006
1132
1281
1418
1568
21
32
46,3
54,3
63,1
75,1
83,2
103
115
127
155
186
205
219
253
294
333
375
425
470
520
MBF
(lbs)
13.713
21.850
31.472
36.868
42.937
49.457
56.201
69.914
78.007
86.549
104.983
127.238
138.704
149.045
171.075
199.401
226.152
254.477
283.477
318.771
352.492
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength
in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be
formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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Non Rotating LANKO®PACK
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STEELWIRE ROPES
Non Rotating LANKO®FOUR
LANKO®FOUR
4 strand, non-rotating,
hoisting wire rope. To be
used on cranes, as
Fukushima and IHI.
Galvanized and lubricated
to provide long protection.
LANKO®FOUR has proved
its quality in the maritime
industry for well over
20 years now and is in use
by most major shipping
companies world-wide.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
RIGHT HAND LAY
12,5
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
66
120
150
188
226
256
304
349
397
429
497
556
103
225
280
345
400
470
555
635
725
805
900
1010
10,5
81
101
126
152
172
204
235
267
288
334
374
23.155
50.582
62.947
77.559
89.924
105.660
124.769
142.754
162.986
180.971
202.328
227.057
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical
properties) are determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the
breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of
termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
LEFT HAND LAY
MBF Weight
MBF
Diameter Weight
Art.
(kg/100m) (kN) (lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
number (mm)
290.172
290.618
290.620
290.622
290.624
290.626
290.628
290.630
290.632
290.634
290.636
290.468
• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
•4
• 144
• fibre
• 96
•4
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number
Diameter
(mm)
290.302
290.300
290.188
290.186
290.195
290.306
290.304
290.461
209.305
290.464
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• ungalvanised
• dry
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Non Rotating LANKO®LIFT COMPACTED
LANKO®LIFT COMPACTED
Multi strand, non-rotating,
hoisting wire rope.
The special feature of
LANKO®LIFT is that in the
production process the core
is covered by an especially
designed HDPE extruded
cover. This gives the wire
rope stability, avoids point
to point contact between
wires of the outer and inner
strands and stops corrosion
and wear of the core. When
the high breaking strength
is added, this hoisting wire
rope really is top quality.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 41
• 291
• WSC
• 102
• 17
• lang lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• regular lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
Art.
number
Diameter Weight
(mm)
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
293.326
293.328
293.330
293.332
293.334
293.336
293.338
293.340
293.342
293.344
293.346
293.348
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
633
725
829
936
1.060
1.200
1.318
1.460
1.634
1.794
1.974
2.091
317
364
415
469
530
601
660
732
818
899
989
1.045
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
213
245
279
315
356
404
443
492
550
604
665
702
MBF
(lbs)
142.304
162.986
186.367
210.421
238.297
269.771
296.298
328.221
367.338
403.307
443.773
470.075
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rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with
or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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STEELWIRE ROPES
LANKO®TOP
8 Strand luffing wire
rope. The special feature
of LANKO®TOP is that in
the production process
the core is covered by an
especially designed HDPE
extruded cover. This gives
the wire rope stability,
avoids point to point
contact between wires of
the outer and inner strands
and stops corrosion and
wear of the core. When the
high breaking strength
is added, this luffing wire
rope is unsurpassed.
LANKO®TOP
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
291.471
291.480
291.498
291.501
291.510
291.528
291.536
291.544
290.670
291.552
291.560
291.513
291.380
291.587
291.595
290.487
290.904
291.609
291.615
291.625
291.633
291.641
291.482
291.485
291.487
291.492
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
42
51
61
72
82
95
108
123
137
153
169
205
243
285
331
380
432
488
548
610
676
745
817
894
973
1.056
83,2
100,5
119,7
140,5
162,9
187
212,7
240,2
269,3
300,1
332,4
402,3
478,7
561,9
651,6
748,1
851,2
960,9
1.077,2
1.200,2
1.329,9
1.466,2
1.609,2
1.758,8
1.915
2.078
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
28
34
41
48
55
64
73
83
92
103
114
138
163
192
222
255
290
328
368
410
454
501
549
601
654
710
• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 15
• 249
• IWRC
• 96
•8
MBF
(lbs)
18.704
22.593
26.910
31.586
36.621
42.039
47.817
53.999
60.541
67.465
74.726
90.441
107.616
126.320
146.486
168.180
191.357
216.019
242.119
269.771
298.771
329.570
361.718
395.214
430.509
467.153
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/
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TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
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LANKO®TOP COMPACTED
LANKO®TOP COMPACTED
8 Strand compacted
luffing wire rope. The
special feature of
LANKO®TOP compacted
is that in the production
process the core is
covered by an especially
designed HDPE extruded
cover. This gives the wire
rope stability, avoids point
to point contact between
wires of the outer and
inner strands and stops
corrosion and wear of
the core. Compacting the
wire rope provides more
strength, due to higher
steel content, and better
abrasion resistance due
to larger area of contact
between wire rope and
sheave.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 15
• 249
• IWRC
• 96
•8
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
291.490
291.491
291.493
291.494
291.495
291.496
291.497
291.499
291.540
291.541
291.542
291.586
291.222
291.543
291.226
291.545
291.233
291.546
291.216
291.547
291.548
291.549
291.550
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
63,5
73,9
86,7
98
114
127
142
157
176
213
251
294
344
392
451
509
569
634
700
769
847
929
1.010
128,8
149,5
175,4
199,9
231,3
256,8
289,7
321,3
357,1
434,2
512,4
599,9
702,9
798,4
921,4
1.032,7
1.160,1
1.287,4
1.429,5
1.571
1.722,3
1.887,7
2.049,4
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
43
50
58
66
77
85
95
105
118
143
169
198
231
263
303
342
382
426
470
517
569
624
678
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
MBF
(lbs)
28.956
33.609
39.432
44.940
51.999
57.731
65.128
72.232
80.280
97.613
115.193
134.864
158.019
179.489
207.140
232.162
260.802
289.421
321.366
353.177
387.191
424.374
460.726
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rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or
without the use of accessories/fittings.
S-7
STEELWIRE ROPES
Non Rotating 19X7
19X7
Basic rotation resistant wire
rope, widely used as hoisting
rope for provision-, car- and
hose cranes. Also used as
life-boat falls. Construction
according to ISO standard.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
281.088
281.089
281.090
281.091
281.096
281.097
281.087
281.098
281.099
281.101
281.102
281.103
281.104
281.117
281.111
281.129
281.120
281.130
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
24
6,3
9,7
13,9
18,8
25
32,3
39,6
48,3
56,6
66
75
88,7
102
129
145
159
193
227
10,3
16,1
23,1
31,5
41,1
52,1
64,3
77,8
92,6
109
126
145
165
208
232
257
311
370
4
7
9
13
17
22
27
32
38
44
50
60
69
87
97
107
130
153
MBF
(lbs)
2.316
3.619
5.193
7.081
9.240
11.713
14.455
17.490
20.817
24.504
28.326
32.597
37.093
46.760
52.156
57.776
69.916
83.179
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rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed
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• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 19
• 133
• WSC
• 72
• 12
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
S-8
STEELWIRE ROPES
General purpose 6X36WS + FC
6X36WS + FC
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
• galvanised
• 1770 N/mm2
•6
• 216
• fibre
• 84
•6
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
(kg/100m) (kN)
(mm)
283.908
286.508
281.050
281.077
281.085
281.093
281.123
281.140
281.158
281.166
281.182
281.190
281.204
281.220
281.239
281.247
287.202
281.255
281.263
281.271
281.280
281.298
289.620
281.301
281.311
281.310
281.328
8
9
10
12
13
14
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
51
52
23,0
29,5
36,7
52,0
60,6
70,4
91,8
113
132
147
175
207
247
285
318
361
409
464
509
568
630
676
762
838
876
912
950
37,4
47,3
58,4
84,1
98,7
114
150
189
211
234
283
336
395
458
526
598
675
757
843
935
1.030
1.130
1.240
1.350
1.460
1.520
1.580
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
15
20
25
35
41
47
62
76
89
99
118
139
166
192
214
243
275
312
342
382
423
454
512
563
589
613
638
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
Standard wire rope. Used
for all kinds of purposes, i.e.
hoisting, mooring, towing,
hatch-opening. The fibre
core provides flexibility to
the wire rope and absorbs
lubricant within the
construction. Construction
according to ISO standard.
MBF
(lbs)
8.408
10.633
13.129
18.906
22.189
25.628
33.721
42.489
47.435
52.605
63.621
75.536
88.800
102.962
118.250
134.436
151.746
170.180
189.514
210.196
231.553
254.034
278.763
303.492
328.221
341.710
355.198
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S-9
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General purpose 6X36WS + IWRC 1960 N/MM2
6X36WS + IWRC 1960 N/MM2
Standard wire rope, with higher breaking
strength. Used for all kinds of purposes, i.e.
luffing, mooring, towing, anchoring and
coupling push barges. The independent
wire rope core provides more strength
and stability to the wire rope, compared to
fibre core. Construction according to ISO
standard.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 13
• 265
• IWRC
• 84
•6
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
Art.
number
282.069
282.070
282.074
282.076
282.031
282.033
282.097
282.121
282.086
292.037
282.106
292.038
282.128
282.156
282.155
282.166
292.039
281.108
281.893
281.891
281.894
281.913
281.914
281.915
281.916
281.918
281.919
281.920
282.109
282.114
282.130
282.108
282.123
282.126
282.135
Diameter Weight
(mm)
(kg/100m)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
51
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
25,7
32,9
40,2
48,4
58,2
68,3
79
88,9
101
128
148
163
196
233
273
319
355
407
459
514
572
639
704
780
852
926
986
1.020
1.070
1.160
1.240
1.330
1.430
1.560
1.620
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
44,7
56,5
69,8
84,4
100
118
137
157
179
226
252
279
338
402
472
547
628
715
807
904
1.010
1.120
1.230
1.350
1.480
1.610
1.740
1.810
1.890
2.030
2.190
2.350
2.510
2.680
2.860
17
22
27
33
39
46
53
60
68
86
99
110
132
157
183
214
239
273
308
345
384
429
473
524
573
622
663
685
719
779
833
894
961
1.048
1.089
MBF
(lbs)
10.049
12.702
15.692
18.974
22.481
26.527
30.799
35.295
40.241
50.807
56.652
62.722
75.985
90.373
106.110
122.970
141.180
160.738
181.421
203.227
227.057
251.786
276.515
303.492
332.717
361.942
391.168
406.904
424.889
456.362
492.332
528.301
564.270
602.488
642.954
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Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the
rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed
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6X36 WS + IWRC 1960 N/MM2
MOORING WIRES BOTH SIDES AN EYE OF 2 METER
Standard mooring wires
with a length of 220
meter. Both sides an eye
of 2 meter mechanically
spliced.
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
282.330
282.332
282.334
282.336
282.338
282.340
282.342
282.344
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
Weight
(kg/100m)
355
407
459
514
572
639
704
780
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
MBF
(kN)
628
715
807
904
1.010
1.120
1.230
1.350
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
239
273
308
345
384
429
473
524
MBF
(lbs)
141.180
160.738
181.421
203.227
227.057
251.786
276.515
303.492
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the
rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed with or
without the use of accessories/fittings.
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• galvanised
• 1960 N/mm2
• 13
• 265
• IWRC
• 84
•6
TYPE OF LAY
• regular lay
DIRECTION OF LAY • right hand lay
GREASING
• yes
Corresponding mooring tails
for these wires, please refer
to page R-5
( EUROFLEX® MOORING TAILS )
OCIMF recommends mooring tails with a
MBF of 125% related to the steel wire rope
mooring line. EUROFLEX® MOORING TAILS
have equal breaking strength under wet and
dry conditions
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S-11
STEELWIRE ROPES
General Purpose 6X24 + 7 FC
6X24 + 7 FC
Standard wire rope. Used
for all kinds of purposes,
i.e. mooring and lashing.
The fibre cores provide
extreme flexibility,
but with low breaking
strength. Construction
according to ISO standard.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
(mm)
(kg/100m) (kN)
280.400
280.404
280.410
280.460
280.445
280.447
280.461
280.449
280.488
280.496
280.500
280.518
280.526
280.534
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
10,9
19,3
30,2
43,5
59,2
77,3
97,8
121
146
174
204
237
272
309
17,8
31,7
49,6
71,4
97,1
127
161
198
240
285
335
389
446
507
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
7
13
20
29
40
52
66
81
98
117
137
159
183
208
MBF
(lbs)
4.002
7.126
11.151
16.051
21.829
28.551
36.194
44.512
53.954
64.071
75.311
87.451
100.265
113.978
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rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed
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• 1770 N/mm2
•6
• 144
• fibre
• 90
•6
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• no
• ungalvanised
• greased
• left hand lay
S-12
STEELWIRE ROPES
General Purpose TIPTOP® COMBI
TIPTOP® COMBI
6 Strand wire/fibre
combination rope with
independent steel core
and white marking yarn.
The galvanized strand
wires are covered by blue
polypropylene yarns. Mainly
used as tanker mooring
rope.
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TYPE OF CORE
• 1570 N/mm2
•6
• IWRC
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
291.275
291.280
291.290
291.299
291.305
291.310
291.320
18
20
22
24*
28
30
32
46,0
58,0
87,0
198
133
154
178
72,6
95,1
139
198
212
245
286
31
39
58
70
89
103
120
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• no
MBF
(lbs)
16.321
21.379
31.248
44.512
47.659
55.078
64.295
*TENSILE STRENGTH • 1960 N/mm2
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S-13
STEELWIRE ROPES
General Purpose 6X19S + FC DUAL TENSILE
6X19S + FC DUAL TENSILE
Robust wire rope
especially for ferries and
fishing.
Construction according to
ISO standard
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
282.938
282.945
290.197
290.192
290.189
291.010
290.202
290.204
290.206
290.208
283.053
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
52,1
69,5
90,6
113
141
170
201
239
278
312
363
77,7
106
139
175
216
262
311
365
423
486
553
35
47
61
76
95
114
135
161
187
210
244
MBF
(lbs)
17.468
23.830
31.248
39.342
48.559
58.900
69.916
82.055
95.094
109.257
124.319
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determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the
rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be formed
with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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• dual tensile
•6
• 114
• fibre
• 54
•6
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• yes
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
S-14
General Purpose 7X7 & 7X19
STEELWIRE ROPES
7X7
Standard wire rope. Mainly used in very small diameters. Applications are i.e. stay wire,
release wire and use in the lifting industry. Construction according to ISO standard.
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
MBF
Art.
Diameter Weight
number (mm)
(kg/100m) (kN)
• galvanised
• 1770 N/mm2
•7
• 49
• WSC
• 36
•6
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• no
• lang lay
• ungalvanised
• greased
• left hand lay
289.876
285.927
285.935
285.943
285.951
285.978
289.986
289.884
289.892
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
1,7
3,7
6,3
9,9
14,4
24,8
37,5
53,8
76,8
2,54
5,72
10,2
15,9
22,9
40,7
63,5
91,5
125
MBF
Weight
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
1
2
4
7
10
17
25
36
52
571
1.286
2.293
3.574
5.148
9.150
14.275
20.570
28.101
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical
properties) are determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the
breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of
termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
7X19
Art.
number
Diameter
(mm)
Weight
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
280.245
285.862
282.740
285.889
285.897
285.900
285.919
285.918
282.771
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
1,5
3,7
6
10
13,5
23,6
37
52,8
75,2
2,4
5,3
9,4
14,7
21,1
37,6
58,7
84,6
115
1
2
4
7
9
16
25
35
51
MBF
(lbs)
540
1.191
2.113
3.305
4.743
8.453
13.196
19.019
25.853
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or
any other form of termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• galvanised
• 1770 N/mm2
•7
• 133
• WSC
• 36
•6
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• no
• ungalvanised
• greased
• left hand lay
011012
Standard wire rope. Mainly used in very small
diameters as winch wires and holding wire for
swinging side beam. Construction according
to ISO standard.
S-15
STEELWIRE ROPES
General Purpose 6X19 + FC & 6X19S + IWRC
6X19 + FC
Art.
number
MBF
Diameter Weight
(kg/100m) (kN)
(mm)
280.240
280.259
280.267
280.275
280.283
280.291
280.305
287.911
280.313
280.321
280.330
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
13
14
16
18
3,2
5
8,5
11,7
20,2
31,6
46,4
52
65,1
80,8
107
4,9
8,7
13,6
19,6
34,8
54,4
78,3
91,9
107
139
176
Weight
MBF
(lbs/100 ft) (lbs)
2
3
6
8
14
21
31
35
44
54
72
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
1.102
1.956
3.057
4.406
7.823
12.230
17.603
20.660
24.055
31.248
39.566
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical
properties) are determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the
breaking strength in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of
termination that can be formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
• galvanised
• 1770 N/mm2
•6
• 114
• fibre
• 72
•6
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• no
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
6X19S + IWRC
011012
QUALITY
TENSILE STRENGTH
TOTAL NUMBER OF STRANDS
TOTAL NUMBER OF WIRES
TYPE OF CORE
NUMBER OF OUTER WIRES
NUMBER OF OUTER STRANDS
TYPE OF LAY
DIRECTION OF LAY
GREASING
ON REQUEST
• galvanised
• 1770 N/mm2
•6
• 114
• IWRC
• 54
•6
• regular lay
• right hand lay
• no
• ungalvanised
• dry
• left hand lay
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number
Diameter Weight
(mm)
(kg/100m)
MBF
(kN)
290.734
286.141
286.150
8,4
11,6
16,1
44,5
83,3
161
27,4
51,6
100
Weight
(lbs/100 ft)
18
35
67
MBF
(lbs)
10.004
18.727
36.194
Diameter, weight and MBF (as well as other mechanical and physical properties) are
determined according to ISO 2408:2004. The MBF refers to the breaking strength
in the rope/wire itself, without splices or any other form of termination that can be
formed with or without the use of accessories/fittings.
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MANDAL FAIRLEAD SHACKLE & TØNSBERG MOORING LINK
HARDWARE
MANDAL FAIRLEAD SHACKLE
Stainless steel mooring shackle with sleek shape designed to
pass through fairleads. Available in two sizes 90 M and 120 M.
R
A
D F
E
B
C
Each shackle is proof tested and certified by
DNV. DNV type approval certificate No. S-4719.
Shackle 90 M
Tail 56-64 mm
Shackle 120 M
Tail 68-80 mm
A = 255 mm
B = 97 mm
C = 120 mm
D = 65 mm
E = 67 mm
F = 100 mm
R = 34 mm
Breaking Load: 90 Tonnes
Proof Load: 55 Tonnes
Weight: 7,8 Kg
A = 300 mm
B = 121 mm
C = 130 mm
D = 82 mm
E = 90 mm
F = 128 mm
R = 45 mm
Breaking Load: 120 Tonnes
Proof Load: 70 Tonnes
Weight: 13,3 Kg
Art.number Type
120 T
Art.number Type
90 T
322.689
322.690
with stainless steel roller
with stainless steel roller
TØNSBERG
MOORING LINK
A
R
D
C
E
B
Link 120 T
Tail 72-80 mm
Link 180 T
Tail 88-112 mm
Art.number Type
120 T
A = 324 mm
B = 142 mm
C = 150 mm
D = 75 mm
E = 90 mm
R = 28 mm
Breaking Load: 120 Tonnes
Proof Load: 70 Tonnes
Weight: 16,9 Kg
A = 350 mm
B = 184 mm
C = 160 mm
D = 85 mm
E = 120 mm
R = 30 mm
Breaking Load: 180 Tonnes
Proof Load: 95 Tonnes
Weight: 25 Kg
322.687
322.686
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90 T
322.679
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with roller
Art.number Type
180 T
322.685
322.684
standard
with roller
H-2
CROSBY® H-SHACKLES & D-SHACKLES
HARDWARE
CROSBY® G-2130 H-SHACKLES WITH BOLT
Safety factor 5:1
Art.number
WLL
(tons)
Pin
(mm)
Bow
(mm)
Inside width Weight
pin (mm)
(kg)
329.267
329.268
329.269
329.270
329.271
329.240
329.258
329.266
329.274
329.282
329.290
329.304
329.312
329.320
329.339
329.347
329.355
329.363
329.356
0,33
0,50
0,75
1
1,5
2
3,25
4,75
6,5
8,5
9,5
12
13,5
17
25
35
55
85
120
6,35
7,87
9,65
11,2
12,7
16,0
19,1
22,4
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
41,4
51,0
57,0
70,0
82,5
95,5
4,85
6,35
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
17,5
20,6
24,6
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
44,5
51
66,5
76
92
9,65
11,9
13,5
16,8
19,1
20,6
26,9
31,8
36,6
42,9
46
51,5
57
60,5
73
82,5
105
127
133
0,03
0,05
0,10
0,15
0,22
0,36
0,62
1,23
1,79
2,28
3,75
5,31
7,18
9,43
15,40
23,70
44,60
70
120
CROSBY® G-2150 D-SHACKLES WITH BOLT
WLL
(tons)
Pin
(mm)
Bow
(mm)
Inside width
pin (mm)
329.548
329.549
329.551
329.552
329.550
329.568
329.576
329.584
329.592
329.606
329.614
329.622
329.630
329.649
329.657
329.665
329.673
0,50
0,75
1
1,5
2
3,25
4,75
6,5
8,5
9,5
12
13,5
17
25
35
55
85
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
16,0
19,1
22,4
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
41,4
51,0
57,0
70,0
82,5
6,35
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
16
20,6
24,6
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
44,5
51
66,5
76
11,9
13,5
16,8
19,1
20,6
26,9
31,8
36,6
42,9
46
51,5
57
60,5
73
82,5
105
127
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CROSBY® H-SHACKLES & D-SHACKLES
HARDWARE
CROSBY® G-209 H-SHACKLES
WITH SCREW PIN
Art.number
WLL
(tons)
Pin
(mm)
Bow
(mm)
Inside width
pin (mm)
329.070
329.088
329.096
329.100
329.118
329.126
329.134
329.142
329.150
329.169
329.177
329.185
329.193
329.207
329.215
0,33
0,50
0,75
1
1,5
2
3,25
4,75
6,5
8,5
9,5
12
13,5
17
25
6,35
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
16,0
19,1
22,4
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
41,4
51,0
4,85
6,35
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
16
19,1
22,4
25,4
29,5
32,8
36,1
39,1
46,7
9,65
11,9
13,5
16,8
19,1
20,6
26,9
31,8
36,6
42,9
46,0
51,5
57,0
60,5
73,0
Safety factor 5:1
CROSBY® G-210 D-SHACKLES WITH SCREW PIN
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Art.number
WLL
(tons)
Pin
(mm)
Bow
(mm)
Inside width
pin (mm)
329.398
329.401
329.410
329.428
329.436
329.444
329.452
329.460
329.479
329.487
329.495
329.509
329.517
329.525
0,50
0,75
1
1,5
2
3,25
4,75
6,5
8,5
9,5
12
13,5
17
25
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
16,0
19,1
22,4
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
41,4
51,0
6,35
7,85
9,65
11,2
12,7
16
19,1
22,4
25,4
28,7
31,8
35,1
38,1
44,5
11,9
13,5
16,8
19,1
20,6
26,9
31,8
36,6
42,9
46,0
51,5
57,0
60,5
73,0
H-4
OPEN / CLOSED SOCKETS & CR-SOCKETS TYPE SO4
HARDWARE
OPEN SPELTER
SOCKET
CLOSED SPELTER SOCKET
CR-SOCKETS
TYPE SO4
Art.number Type
no.
323.588
323.591
323.652
323.616
323.603
323.648
323.637
323.654
323.657
323.655
323.649
512 31-36
517 38-42
519 43-48
522 49-54
524 55-60
526 61-68
527 69-75
528 76-80
529 81-86
530 87-93
531 94-102
533 108-115
11 - 13
14 - 16
18 - 19
20 - 22
23 - 26
27 - 30
31 - 36
37 - 39
40 - 42
43 - 48
49 - 54
25
30
35
41
51
57
63
70
76
89
95
Inside width jaw
(mm)
25
32
38
44
51
57
63
76
76
89
101
Art.number Type
no.
Wire ropes
Bow
diameter (mm) (mm)
Inside width
(mm)
328.730
328.728
328.746
328.747
328.748
328.749
328.740
328.744
328.750
328.745
323.653
11 - 13
14 - 16
18 - 19
20 - 22
23 - 26
27 - 30
31 - 36
37 - 39
40 - 42
43 - 48
49 - 54
30
36
42
47
57
63
70
79
83
93
100
Type Wire dia. Wire dia.
Art.
Inch.
number No. mm.
328.727
328.726
328.749
328.738
328.737
328.736
328.725
328.735
328.724
328.723
328.722
328.721
198
199
100
104
108
111
115
118
120
125
128
Pin
Wire ropes
diameter (mm) (mm)
1 1/4 - 1 3/8
1 1/2 - 1 5/8
1 3/4 - 1 7/8
2 - 2 1/8
2 1/4 - 2 3/8
2 1/2 - 2 5/8
2 3/4 - 2 7/8
3 - 3 1/8
3 1/4 - 3 3/8
3 1/2 - 3 5/8
3 3/4 - 4
4 1/4 - 4 1/2
298
299
200
201
204
207
212
215
217
219
222
22,5
26
32
38
44
51
57
63
70
76
82
B C
WLL MBF A
F
G Weight
D
E
tons tons mm mm mm mm mm mm mm
(kg)
28 140
32 160
40 200
50 250
60 300
80 400
100 500
120 600
140 700
160 800
180 900
200 1000
140
160
188
215
230
250
280
315
340
360
380
450
85
110
128
125
145
160
175
210
205
220
240
260
38 39 75
42 44 92
50 51 110
55 57 115
65 63 135
75 73 160
80 79 170
85 86 184
100 92 204
105 99 215
110 108 234
125 120 252
6,5
124 35
130 38 10
180 45 17
200 50 23
230 57 33
265 65 50
278 70 59
300 75 74
320 90 89
340 95 104
376 100 134
400 110 180
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H-5
HARDWARE
CROSBY® S-421 WEDGE SOCKET
Art.number
Wire rope
diameter (mm)
Pin
(mm)
328.995
329.002
329.010
329.029
329.037
329.045
329.053
323.631
9 - 10
11 - 13
14 - 16
18 - 19
20 - 22
24 - 26
28
30 - 32
20,6
25,4
30,2
35,1
41,4
51,0
57,0
63,5
Inside width
pin (mm)
20,6
25,4
31,8
38,1
44,5
51,0
57,0
66,5
CROSBY® S-320CN EYEHOOK
Art.number
WLL
(ton)
319.962
319.964
319.966
319.968
319.969
319.971
319.973
319.975
319.976
324.035
0,75
1
1,6
2
3,2
5
7,5
10
15
20
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WLL
(ton)
328.898
328.901
328.910
328.928
328.936
328.944
328.952
328.960
328.961
0,75
1
1,6
2
3,2
5
7,5
10
15
H-6
TIPTOP® WEBBING SLINGS, TIPTOP® FENDERS
Set of belts, with a length of 2,5
meter each. Belt is adjustable with
a slide buckle and it has a steel
toplink. WLL = 1,5 ton
HARDWARE
TIPTOP® WEBBING BELT CAR
SLINGS WITH CE-MARK
Art.number
Type
318.302
318.300
with single rave hook
with double rave hook
Art.number
Type
Weight
(kg)
Dimensions
(cm)
100.961
100.963
small model
large model
6
17
110x10x10
140x15, 5x15, 5
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TIPTO®WEB WEBBING SLINGS
TIPTO®WEB WEBBING SLINGS WITH SEWN EYES & CE-MARK
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ACCORDING TO: EN 1492-1
Art.number
Type
WLL
(tons)
Length
(meters)
Colour
319.280
319.019
319.032
319.016
319.021
319.018
319.140
MC- 30
MC- 30
MC- 30
MC- 30
MC- 30
MC- 30
MC- 30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
319.052
318.987
318.988
318.989
319.002
318.992
319.194
MC - 60
MC - 60
MC - 60
MC - 60
MC - 60
MC - 60
MC - 60
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
319.195
318.993
318.994
318.995
319.004
318.996
319.102
MC - 90
MC - 90
MC - 90
MC - 90
MC - 90
MC - 90
MC - 90
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
319.196
319.173
319.169
319.020
319.046
319.042
319.174
MC - 120
MC - 120
MC - 120
MC - 120
MC - 120
MC - 120
MC - 120
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
319.006
319.008
319.011
318.999
319.013
319.175
MC - 150
MC - 150
MC - 150
MC - 150
MC - 150
MC - 150
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
3
4
5
6
8
RED
RED
RED
RED
RED
RED
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TIPTO®WEB ROUND SLINGS WITH CE-MARK
Art.number
Type
WLL
(tons)
Length
(meters)
Colour
318.901
318.902
318.903
319.125
318.904
319.126
DUO 10
DUO 10
DUO 10
DUO 10
DUO 10
DUO 10
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
PURPLE
318.977
319.101
318.978
318.955
318.103
318.972
DUO 20
DUO 20
DUO 20
DUO 20
DUO 20
DUO 20
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
5
6
8
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
319.129
318.979
319.105
319.130
318.980
318.971
DUO 30
DUO 30
DUO 30
DUO 30
DUO 30
DUO 30
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
4
5
6
8
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
YELLOW
319.132
319.133
319.134
319.135
318.950
319.136
DUO 40
DUO 40
DUO 40
DUO 40
DUO 40
DUO 40
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
3
4
5
6
8
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
GREY
319.112
319.114
319.107
319.193
319.109
319.115
DUO 50
DUO 50
DUO 50
DUO 50
DUO 50
DUO 50
5
5
5
5
5
5
2
3
4
5
6
8
RED
RED
RED
RED
RED
RED
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TIPTO®WEB LASHING SYSTEMS
TIPTO®WEB LASHING SYSTEMS
WITH EN 12195-2 NORM
HARDWARE
1
Art.number
Bandwidth
(mm)
L/C Capacity
Length
(meters)
318.912
318.916
318.920
319.202
319.209
319.212
318.918
318.926
318.940
318.927
318.928
318.929
318.931
318.780
318.781
318.782
25
25
25
35
35
35
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
75
75
75
400 / 800
400 / 800
400 / 800
1000 / 2000
1000 / 2000
1000 / 2000
2000 / 4000
2000 / 4000
2000 / 4000
2000 / 4000
2000 / 4000
2000 / 4000
2000 / 4000
5000 / 10000
5000 / 10000
5000 / 10000
5
6
9
5
6
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
9
11
15
2
3
4
5
STANDARD CONSTRUCTION: ratchet and rave hook,
colour band orange. Various colours and bandprint
(name + logo) possible.
OTHER LENGHTS AND OTHER TERMINATIONS ON
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2
3
4
5
DOUBLE RAVE HOOK
SINGLE RAVE HOOK
CLAW HOOK
PALLET HOOK
D-TRIANGLE
The 50 meter band can be delivered with an
ERGO-ratchet. A longer ratchet to achieve a higher
tension in the band.
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CHINESE FINGER
Type R
A Chinese finger provides a quick
and fast means of (temporary)
terminating different kinds of
steel wire rope. The grips can
be used for reeving and pulling
of steel wire rope onto blocks
or cranes. They are made from
woven mesh galvanized steel
wires leading to a very flexible
and easy to handle termination
R: single type, thimble or eye end,
for applications where the cable
end is free.
RA: joint A type, closed middle,
for connecting the old and the
new steel wire ropes.
RB: joint A type, not closed
middle, for connecting the old
and new steel wire ropes.
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Steelwire
diameter (mm)
300.174
300.175
300.176
300.177
300.178
300.179
R
R
R
R
R
R
8 - 13
13 - 18
18 - 24
24 - 32
34 - 38
40 - 50
Type RA
Art.number
Type
Steelwire
diameter (mm)
300.185
300.180
300.181
300.182
300.183
300.184
RA
RA
RA
RA
RA
RA
8 - 13
13 - 18
18 - 24
24 - 32
34 - 38
40 - 50
Art.number
Type
Steelwire
diameter (mm)
300.192
300.193
300.186
300.187
RB
RB
RB
RB
11 - 13
16 - 21
24 - 32
34 - 38
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OPEN SPELTER SOCKETS
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OPEN SPELTER SOCKETS
ACCORDING TO JIS F-3432
Art.number
Alt.
Width
(mm)
Pin
(mm)
Wire Ø
(mm)
323.611
323.620
323.622
323.641
323.643
323.632
323.645
323.624
323.646
(JIS 20)
(JIS 22)
(JIS 24)
(JIS 25)
(JIS 28)
(JIS 30)
(JIS 32)
(JIS 34)
(JIS 36)
38
44
51
51
57
57
63
63
76
30
34
37
40
43
46
48
52
56
18 - 20
21 - 22
23 - 24
25 - 26
27 - 30
27 - 30
31 - 36
31 - 36
37 - 39
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REINFORCED ROPE THIMBLE W/LINK
HARDWARE
Art.number
326.144
326.154
326.158
326.157
326.166
326.156
326.152
326.160
325.145
326.161
326.147
326.149
326.146
326.148
326.153
322.398
326.162
322.391
322.400
326.163
326.151
322.397
326.164
326.165
322.396
Groove Rope Size Link MBF Link WLL Link dia Link Length Link Width
(ton)
(mm)
(mm)
(inch)
(mm)
(ton)
(mm)
48
48
56
56
56
64
64
64
64
72
72
72
80
80
80
88
88
88
102
102
102
115
115
115
115
6”
6”
7”
7”
7”
8”
8”
8”
8”
9”
9”
9”
10”
10”
10”
11”
11”
11”
12”
12”
12”
14”
14”
14”
14”
40 t
64 t
40 t
64 t
104 t
40 t
64 t
104 t
144 t
64 t
104 t
144 t
64 t
104 t
144 t
104 t
144 t
188 t
104 t
144 t
188 t
104 t
144 t
188 t
232 t
10 t
16 t
10 t
16 t
26 t
10 t
16 t
26 t
36 t
26 t
26 t
36 t
16 t
26 t
36 t
26 t
36 t
47 t
26 t
36 t
47 t
26 t
36 t
47 t
58 t
32
36
32
36
45
32
36
45
51
36
45
51
36
45
51
45
51
57
45
51
57
45
51
57
63
200
260
200
260
340
200
260
340
350
260
340
350
260
340
350
340
350
400
340
350
400
340
350
400
430
110
240
110
240
180
110
240
180
190
240
180
190
240
180
190
180
190
200
180
190
200
180
190
200
230
HEAVY DUTY REINFORCED ROPE THIMBLE W/LINK
Art.number
324.419
324.438
324.430
324.416
324.435
324.436
324.434
324.439
324.437
324.433
324.418
324.426
324.454
Groove Rope Size Link MBF Link WLL Link dia Link Length Link Width
(ton)
(mm)
(mm)
(inch)
(mm)
(ton)
(mm)
100
100
100
100
115
115
135
135
155
155
170
170
180
9-10,5”
9-10,5”
9-10,5”
9-10,5”
12,5-13”
12,5-13”
14-15”
14-15”
16-18”
16-18”
19-20”
19-20”
20-21”
104 t
144 t
188 t
232 t
188 t
232 t
336 t
420 t
336 t
420 t
420 t
524 t
1000 t
26 t
36 t
47 t
58 t
47 t
58 t
84 t
105 t
84 t
105 t
105 t
131 t
250 t
45
51
57
63
57
63
72
80
72
80
80
90
115
340
350
400
430
400
430
440
450
440
450
450
460
600
180
190
200
230
200
230
250
250
250
250
250
300
400
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SOLID THIMBLES
HARDWARE
SOLID THIMBLES
Art.number
Steelwire
diameter (mm)
Length
(inches)
Hole diameter
(mm)
326.413
326.416
326.417
326.418
326.419
326.420
326.421
326.422
326.423
326.424
324.428
326.425
326.426
326.427
326.428
326.415
326.429
326.430
324.400
324.402
326.412
324.409
324.406
334.407
324.408
324.413
326.431
326.432
326.408
324.407
326.434
8
10
12
14
16 - 18
16 - 18
20 - 22
20 - 22
20 - 22
24 - 26
24 - 26
24 - 26
24 -26
28 - 30
28 - 30
28 - 30
28 - 30
32 - 34
32 - 34
32 - 34
32 - 34
36 - 38
36 - 38
36 - 38
36 - 38
40 - 42
40 - 42
40 - 42
40 - 42
50 - 55
50 - 56
2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
8
8
8
8
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
14
12 1/2
14
18
21
25
30
40
30
40
45
30
40
45
55
30
40
52
60
30
40
55
70
50
70
90
100
50
70
90
100
100
110
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Thickness
(mm)
15
18
20
24
26
26
30
30
30
33
33
33
33
42
42
42
42
45
45
45
45
47
47
47
47
60
60
60
60
82
82
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SOLID THIMBLES
HARDWARE
SOLID THIMBLES IN ACC TO DIN 3091
SOLID THIMBLES
IN ACC TO JIS B 2802
Art.
number
Nr
Size
Steelwire
diameter
(mm)
326.355
326.354
326.372
326.353
326.352
326.345
326.349
326.346
326.347
24
26
26
28
30
32
34
36
45
20
22,4
22,4
25
26
28
32
34
40
Hole Thickness
diameter (mm)
(mm)
42
42
45
50
50
50
55
55
75
29
31
31
33
35
38
40
42
52
Art.
number
Nr
Size
Steelwire
diameter
(mm)
326.396
326.395
326.394
326.393
326.392
326.397
326.377
326.381
326.378
326.401
326.391
326.376
326.375
326.374
326.373
326.371
326.380
326.368
326.369
328.367
326.366
326.364
326.383
326.365
326.370
329.387
326.363
329.388
326.344
326.362
326.361
326.360
326.398
326.390
326.450
326.359
334.406
326.400
326.389
326.358
326.441
326.433
8
10
12
14
14
16
16
16
16
18
20
20
20
24
24
24
26
28
28
28
32
32
32
32
32
36
36
36
36
36
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
44
44
44
44
8
10
12
14
14
16
16
16
16
18
20
20
20
24
24
24
26
28
28
28
32
32
32
32
32
36
36
36
36
36
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
44
44
44
44
Hole
diameter
(mm)
14
18
21
25
30
28
30
38
40
31
35
40
45
41
45
55
59
47
52
60
53
55
62
70
80
59
70
72
80
90
65
70
75
78
80
90
100
103
72
80
105
110
Thickness
(mm)
15
17,5
20
24
24
26
26
26
26
28,5
31
31
31
36
36
36
39,5
42
42
42
47
47
47
47
47
53
53
53
53
53
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
63
63
63
63
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ACCESSORIES FOR TOWING
TRIANGLE PLATE
HARDWARE
WLL
Art.
number tons
314.994
314.993
314.999
314.996
314.995
314.992
314.991
314.990
314.989
25
35
55
85
120
150
175
200
250
R
B
C
A
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
MBF
55
60
75
90
105
115
115
140
150
125
175
275
425
600
750
875
1.000
1.250
50
60
80
90
110
130
130
140
160
150
160
210
230
280
320
320
390
390
85
95
120
160
190
205
230
250
280
HEAVY DUTY
PELICAN /
SLIPHOOK
HK3
WLL
Art.
number tons
MBF
F
C
D
E
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
5
326.804
326.805
8
326.806
12
326.807
15
326.809
25
35
326.803
326.802
55
326.800
60
85
326.799
326.797 120
326.796 150
25
40
60
75
125
175
275
300
425
600
750
100
150
160
165
180
200
230
270
310
400
455
TOWING SHOES
1,73
2,05
2,20
2,52
2,68
2,75
3,00
44
52
56
64
68
70
76
35
55
65
70
76
85
90
100
110
160
180
234
300
358
390
430
465
500
600
705
858
919
HINGE LINK
Art.
Rope
Part
number Diameter Number
Inch mm
339.011
339.009
338.999
339.008
338.998
338.997
338.996
38
50
55
50
60
60
75
86
103
105
115
HP.4744
HP.4752
HP.4756
HP.4764
HP.4768
HP.4770
HP.4776
Nominal
Sleeve Sizes
Inch
mm
9,05 x 6,10
9,05 x 6,10
9,05 x 6,10
9,05 x 6,10
9,05 x 6,10
9,05 x 6,10
9,05 x 6,10
230 x 155
230 x 155
230 x 155
230 x 155
230 x 155
230 x 155
230 x 155
Lengths
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
F
B
C
D
Art.
WLL
E
A
number tons (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
322.683 110
322.682 250
220
500
558
786
368
510
150
150
75
108
160
205
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Art.
number Rope
Part
Diameter Number
Inch mm
Nominal Sleeve Sizes
Inside
Outside Lengths
Diameter Diameter
Inch mm Inch mm
339.018
339.017
339.007
339.004
339.003
339.002
339.001
339.000
1,88
2,20
2,36
2,36
2,40
2,68
2,83
3,08
1,42
1,65
1,73
1,97
2,13
2,20
2,36
2,52
36
42
44
50
54
56
60
64
RS. 1036
RS. 1042
RS. 2044
RS. 2050
RS. 2054
RS. 3056
RS. 4060
RS. 4064
47
56
60
60
62
68
72
78
4,8
4,8
4,8
4,8
4,8
4,8
4,8
4,8
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
122
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
2M
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INFORMATION
GROOVES IN SHEAVES
Apart from the sheave diameter, the lifetime of a rope also depends on the design and dimensions of the groove. If the
groove is too narrow, the rope gets wedged in it, the strands and wires cannot move as is required for bending, and this
condition is detrimental to the life time of the rope. On the other hand, too wide a groove also has an adverse effect on
rope life time due to the high surface pressure between rope and sheave.
The adjacent graph clearly shows that a radius 5% larger than half the rope diameter will give the longest service life of
the rope. For traction sheaves the radius of the groove is usually adapted as closely as possible to the radius of the rope
to obtain maximum traction. The rope is supported in the best possible manner if the arc of contact with the groove
contour can be 150 deg. This corresponds to a throat angle of 30 degrees. However, with a large fleet angle or with
oscillating loads, the throat angle should be larger (till 60 degrees) to avoid undue wear of the rope and sheave flanges.
The height of the flanges should be at least 1,5 times the rope diameter to prevent the rope running off the sheave.
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The rope and groove are inevitably subject to wear during operation. Since the diameter of a rope becomes smaller due
to abrasion and stretch, it will wear out the groove to the smaller diameter of the worn rope. If a new rope is laid in such a
worn groove, it will get wedged in the narrow groove and this will have a very adverse effect on its life. It is also possible
that the rope cuts its profile into the groove. Therefore the grooves should be inspected before installing a new rope and
if necessary they must be re-machined, preferably with a profile cutting tool. If a groove shows excessive wear, this may
be an indication that the sheave material is too soft. In this case a sheave of a harder grade steel must be used which
better resists the abrasive effect of the rope, or a larger diameter sheave should be taken.
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INFORMATION
FLEET ANGLE
When ropes are wound on drums, attention must be paid to the fleet angle, that is the included angle between the rope
running to or from the extreme left or right of the drum and an imaginary line drawn from the centre of the sheave
normal to the axis of the drum. When this angle is too large, the rope in this extreme position will be pressed with great
force against the flange of the sheave which causes undue friction and wear of both the rope and travel too fast from the
side to the centre of the drum thereby leaving gaps between the wraps. When winding a second layer, the rope is forced
into these gaps which results in serious deterioration. When, on the other hand, the rope is wound past the centre of the
drum, a too large fleet angle will cause the next wrap to scrub against the preceding wrap as the rope runs more towards
the side of the drum.
If the fleet angle is too small, the rope does not travel fast enough towards the centre of the drum and, apart from
scrubbing, at a certain moment the wraps will pile up i.e. the next wrap is laid on top of the preceding one and is then
pressed to the side of the preceding wrap with great force. This has a detrimental effect on the rope and the equipment
on which it is used (shock loads).
For plain faced drums a maximum fleet angle of 1½ degree is recommended. For grooved drums this figure is 2 degrees
maximum. In terms of length these figures correspond to a minimum distance between sheave and drum of 40 x ‘a’
(a= half the drum width) for faced drums and minimum 30 x ‘a’ for grooved drums (approximate values). Hence, for a
grooved drum, 1 metre in width, the distance between sheave and drum should be 30 x ‘a’ = 15 metres minimum, or
conversely, if the distance between drum and sheave is 7 metres, the maximum drum width should be (7:30) x 2 = approx.
47cm.
In case two sheaves are not in line,
attention must be paid to the fleet
angle. Depending on the construction a
maximum fleet angle is given:
- special non rotating (35x7) : 1½ degree
- special multi strand
(8,9 and 10 strands) : 2 degrees
- 6 strand rope : 3 degrees
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on a throat angle of 45 degrees.
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RECOMMENDED DIAMETER FOR
SHEAVES AND DRUMS (D)
INFORMATION
CONSTRUCTION WITH 1 FC OR STC
D-sheave
(mm)
Based upon
(m)
3 x 17 S
3 x 26 WS
3 x 31 WS
3 x 36 WS
4 x 26 WS
4 x 36 WS (lankofour)
6 x 7 (7 x 7)
6 x 19 S
6 x 25 F
6 x 26 WS
6 x 31 WS
6 x 36 WS
6 x 41 WS
8 x 19 S
8 x 26 WS
8 x 25 F & 8 x 31 WS
8 x 36 WS
44 x d
40 x d
36 x d
32 x d
28 x d
26 x d
42 x d
30 x d
25 x d
28 x d
22 x d
19 x d
25 x d
32 x d
28 x d
28 x d
24 x d
370 x ∂
Rotation resistant
D-sheave
(mm)
Based upon
(m)
19 x 7
34 x d
560 x
Non rotating
D-sheave
(mm)
Based upon
(m)
35 x 7 (Lankoflex / Lankopack)
34 x d
560 x
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∂
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INFORMATION
INSTALLATION FROM REEL TO DRUM
Installation of a wire rope on a plain (smooth) face drum requires a great deal of care. The starting position should be
at the correct drum flange so that each wrap of the rope will wind tightly against the preceding wrap (see figure). Here
too, close supervision should be maintained all during installation. This will help make certain that:
1) the rope is properly attached to the drum;
2) appropriate tension on the rope is maintained as it is wound to the drum;
3) each wrap is guided as close to the preceding wrap as possible, so that there are no gaps between turns;
4) and that there are at least two dead wraps on the drum when the rope is fully unwound during normal
operating cycles.
Loose and uneven winding on a plain – (smooth) – faced drum, can and usually does create excessive wear, crushing
and distortion of the rope. The results of such abuse are lower operating performance, and a reduction in the rope’s
effective strength. Also, for an operation that is sensitive in terms of moving and spotting a load, the operator will
encounter control difficulties as the rope will pile up, pull into the pile and fall from the pile to the drum surface. The
ensuing shock can break or otherwise damage the rope.
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The proper direction of winding the first layer on a smooth drum can be determined by standing behind the drum
and looking along the path of the rope travels, and then following one of the procedures illustrated in next figure. The
diagrams show: the correct relationship that should be maintained between the direction of lay of the rope (right of
left), the direction of rotation of the drum (over wind or under wind), winding from left to right or right to left.
By holding the right or left hand with index finger extended, palm up or palm down, the proper procedure for
applying left and right lay rope on a smooth drum can be easily determined.
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SPOOLING CAPACITY OF THE DRUM
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A,B,C and D: reel sizes in cm
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Spooling capacity = L = —————————- x π x 0,9
d2
0,9 = 10% safety in case of wild spooling pattern.
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SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS FOR TIPTO®WINCHLINE
INFORMATION
THE TOOLS YOU WILL NEED
Sharp knife, tape, marker pen and ruler (tape measure),
polyester seizing thread (hollow braid), 5 mm diameter for
ropes up to 5” circ., 6 mm dia for larger sizes, large needle.
DESCRIPTION
This splice is made in a 7-strand rope with a cover-braided
jacket. The jacket has to be removed in two places.
Start with marking the rope. The first mark should be placed at
the end of the rope measuring back upwards for 45 times the
diameter, place a mark here. Then mark the length of the eye,
this part will stay on, and finally mark the splicing area,
which should cover a length of 35 times the diameter of the
rope.
Make sure the core is not damaged when removing the jacket.
Strip the jacket of the first marked area of the outer cover
(length approx. 45-times rope diameter) to expose the 7 strand
core. Tape each of the 7-strands to keep yarns together.
The part of the jacket covering the eye should remain in tacked.
Now strip the jacket of the splicing area (length approx. 35
times the rope diameter). Bend the rope to form the eye and
use tape or a whipping to keep the two rope parts
together at the start point of the splice.
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Starting the splice of TIPTO®WINCHLINE
INFORMATION
First strand tuck
For the first tuck use strand 1, being closed to the running part and which does not disturb
the rope construction. Tuck this strand under 3 strands (A,B,C) WITH the lay of the rope
(right hand lay).
Second strand tuck
Use strand no. 2 and tuck this one under two strands (A and B) WITH the lay of the rope.
Third strand tuck
Strand no. 3 has to be tucked under strand (A) WITH the lay of the rope.
The core is now released.
Fourth strand tuck
Strand no. 4 together with the core is tucked under one strand (F) WITH the lay of the rope.
Fifth strand tuck
Strand no. 5 is tucked under the following strand of the rope (E), WITH the lay of the rope.
Sixth strand tuck
Strand no. 6 is tucked under the remaining strand (D) WITH the lay of the cable.
Second till eighth series of tucks
Every strand (starting with strand one) is tucked over one strand AGAINST the lay and
under two strands WITH the lay of the cable. The core is cut after the third tuck.
THE SPLICE IS NOW COMPLETE.
COVERING THE SPLICE
First start with securing the jacket to the core. Stitch a large needle with thread through
the jacket and core. The ends of the thread must be tucked back into the splice. Do this at
both ends of the formed eye as well as the start of the jacket after the splice. Ensure that at
least 3 full tucks are made.
Now cover the splicing area with a whipping. Sometimes it is easier to first cover the
splicing area with tape before starting with the whipping.
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SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS 8 STRAND PLAITED ROPES
INFORMATION
Determination of splice length
5 full braid length are required for the splice. Form the eye and seize the end of
the rope to the main body on the 6th full braid length.
Final preparation
An 8 strand rope consists out of 4 left hand lay (S) and 4 right hand lay (Z)
strands. Always keep the left (S) and right hand lay (Z) strands apart (S) by (S)
and (Z). Tape each individual strand at the end in order to avoid untwisting.
Then unlay the strands up to the point where the eye is formed and where the
seizing is placed.
Starting the splice
Tuck two S-lay strands under two Z-lay strands of the body of the splice;
Tuck the first Z-lay strand under the two preceding Z-lay strands of the body.
Tuck the second Z-lay strand only under the first Z-lay strand;
Tuck the third S-lay strand under the first S-lay strand of the body and tuck the
4th S-lay strand under the next S-lay strand of the body;
The third Z-lay strand is tucked under the outer Z-lay strand of the body and
the fourth Z-lay strand is tucked under the inner Z-lay strand of the body;
We are back to the first two S-lay strands. Tuck the first S-lay strand under the
outer S-lay strand of the body and tuck the second S-lay strand under the inner
S-lay strand of the body.
All strands have now been tucked into the right position. Make sure that S-lay
strands are tucked under S-lay strands of the body and that Z-lay strands are
tucked under the Z-lay strands of the body;
Continue with tucking two S-lay strands under S-lay strands and two Z-lay
strands under Z-lay strands of the body;
Turn the rope and continue by tucking two S under S and two Z under Z;
Continue until all strands are tucked 5 times.
To finalise; tuck the first S-lay strand under first S-lay strand of the body and the
second
S-lay strand under the second S-lay strand of the body.
Do the same with the first two Z-lay strands.
Turn the rope and repeat the steps with the remaining strands.
Seize the out sticking strands in pairs and cut of the over length.
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INFORMATION
SPLICE
INSTRUCTIONS
TIPTO®TWELVE
1
2
THE TOOLS YOU WILL NEED: Sharp knife, tape and a spike
This splice is suitable for 12 strand ropes, braided one over one.
START
a. Start with measuring the length of the tail. It should at least be 12 full braiding
pitches long. Wrap a tape around rope at the start point of the splice (photo 1);
b.
Tape the individual ends to keep yarns together. Then unlay the tail for the full 12
braiding pitches;
c.
Bend the rope to form the eye and add eye protection if required. A seizing or
whipping may be used to keep two rope parts together at the start point of the
splice;
d.
Divide the 12 strands into 6 pairs. 3 pairs of left hand lay and 3 pairs of right hand lay
strands (photo 2).
3
4
5
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SPLICING
Note: always tuck right hand lay strands under right hand lay strands and left under left.
A.
Tuck from the first pair (1R right red), the 1st strand under 6 strands (2 right, 2 left, 2
right) of the body (photo 3);
B.
Tuck the 2nd right hand strand from this pair under 5 strands (photo 4);
C.
Continue tucking these strands under resp. the same 5th and 6th right hand strand of
the body. (over one, under one, over one) (photo 5);
D.
Both strands are tucked in the same way 3 times in total. Only with the second strand
a fourth tuck is made over one, under two (photo 6);
E.
The second pair of strands (2L, left, grey), are tucked under the 4th and 3rd strand of
the body (photo 7). Continue here as well with tucking these strands over and under
the same 4th and 3rd strand of the body. Again, only the second strand is tucked for a
fourth time over one, under 2 (photo 8);
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F.
The third pair (3R, right, yellow), are tucked under resp. the 2nd and 1st strand of the
body. Then follow the same procedure as described before (photo 9 + 10);
G.
The fourth pair (4L, left, black), go under resp. the 1st and 2nd strands of the body
(calculated from the tucks made at F) Then follow same procedure (photo 11 + 12);
H.
The fifth set (5R, right, white), are both tucked under one strand, then follow same
procedure (photo 13+14);
I.
The last pair (6L, left, blue) are tucked under resp. 2 and 3 strands, then follow the
same procedure (photo 15+16);
J.
The splice is now finished. Tape the two most close laying ends together (if the
procedure has been followed correctly then such a pair will consists out of a left
and right hand laid strand) and cut off the over length (photo 17).
INFORMATION
9
10
11
12
THE SPLICE IS NOW COMPLETE.
13
14
15
16
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QUICK SPLICE INSTRUCTIONS LANKO®FORCE
Mark 1: at 10 times the rope dia from end of rope.
INFORMATION
Mark 2: at 45 times the rope dia from end of rope.
Mark 3: after forming desired eye length.
(Tapering the end by cutting strands over a length of 10 x
rope dia, up to mark 1, may be performed before or after the
inserting the end into the stranding part)
Pull the full rope twice through the standing part of the rope
and bury the tail into standing part of the rope by using a
hollow splice pen. If the tail should still be tapered then let the
end come out of the standing part. Ensure the tall has been
pulled deep enough to re-enter the standing part.
Now ensure that mark 2 and 3 are again in place. Then hold
the crotch of eye tight and pull back the cover over the
inserted core.
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THIS PROCEDURE DESCRIBES THE SPLICE BEING TUCKED 10 1/2 TIMES
THE TOOLS YOU WILL NEED: sharp knife, tape and a spike
This splice is suitable for 12 strand ropes, braided one over one.
2
START
a. Start with measuring the length of the tail. It should be at least 22
braiding pitches long. Wrap a tape around rope at the start point of the
splice (photo 1);
b.
Tape the individual ends to keep yarns together. Then unlay the tail for
the full 22 braiding pitches;
c.
Bend the rope to form the eye and add eye protection if required. A
seizing or whipping may be used to keep two rope parts together at
the start point of the splice;
d.
Divide the 12 strands into 6 pairs: 3 pairs of left hand lay and 3 pairs of
right hand lay strands (photo 2);
SPLICING
Note : always tuck right hand lay strands under right hand lay strands and left
under left.
A.
Tuck from the first pair (1R right yellow), the 1st strand under 6 strands
(2 right, 2 left, 2 right) of the body (photo 3);
B.
Tuck the 2nd right hand strand from this pair under 5 strands (photo 4);
C.
Continue tucking these strands under resp. the same 5th and 6th right
hand strand of the body (over one, under one, over one)(photo 5);
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D.
Both strands are tucked in the same way 4 times in total;
E.
The second pair of strands (2L, left, blue) are tucked under the 4th and
3rd strand of the body (photo 6). Continue here as well with tucking
these strands over and under the same 4th and 3rd strand of the body
for 4 times in total (photo 7);
F.
The third pair (3R, right, black), are tucked under resp. the 2nd and 1st
strand of the body. Then follow the same procedure as described before
(photo 8 + 9);
G.
The fourth pair (4L, left, grey) go under resp. the 1st and 2nd strands of
the body (calculated from the tucks made at F). Then follow the same
procedure as described before (photo 10 + 11);
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The fifth set (5R, right, white) are both tucked under one strand, then
follow the same procedure as described before (photo 12 + 13);
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13
I.
The last pair (6L, left, red) is tucked under resp. 2 and 3 strands, then
follow the same procedure as described before (photo 14 + 15);
14
15
J.
Now we go back to the first pair of strands (1R, right, yellow). Continue
to tuck this strand under one, over one until 10 full tucks are made
(photo 16);
16
K.
To finish this pair the second strand is tucked also under the next strand,
we call this Ω a tuck (photo 17);
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19
Continue with the second pair of strands (2L, left, blue) and tuck the
strands until one has made 10 full tucks and the other has made 10 Ω
tucks (photo 18 + 19);
M. Continue with the third pair of strands (3R, right black) follow the same
steps as described before (photo 20 + 21);
N.
Continue this procedure until all strands are tucked into the body
(photo 22 + 23 + 24);
O.
The splice is now finished. Tape the two most close laying ends together
(if the procedure has been followed correctly then it will consist out of a
left and right hand laid strand) and cut off the over length (photo 25).
THE SPLICE IS NOW COMPLETE.
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21
23
24
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RECOMMENDATIONS ON TOWING LINES
INFORMATION
A few recommendations for the installation of synthetic towing
lines on a winch.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Sufficient turns on the drum. The load on the towing line
should not be transferred to the fixing point of the dead end
of the rope on the drum. Depending the friction coefficient, a
minimum number of turns will be required on the drum. For
LANKO®FORCE ropes (HMPE) the minimum is 10 full turns, on
EUROFLEX® and STRONGLINE™ (polyester based) a minimum
of 6 should be respected.
Back tensioning. The first time the rope is being spooled
on the drum, this must be done with back tensioning on the
rope. A load of 5-10% of the MBF should be sufficient. This will
prevent slipping of the rope (due to elongation properties in
the rope) and it will prevent the rope to burry into lower layers
on the drum. (See picture 1)
Twist in the rope. Unwind the new coil of rope from a turn
table or from an elevated pallet connected to a crane wire with
a turnbuckle. The rope should be installed onto the winch drum
without any twists in the rope. Please note that 2 turns in 1
meter of NEW rope, will result in a loss of MBF of easily 10% on a
twelve strand rope and up to 25% in an eight strand rope.
(See picture 2+3)
Cow Hitch. Synthetic ropes can be connected to each other by
means of a ‘cow hitch’. Tie a small rope or a webbing sling into
the eyes to facilitate taking the cow hitch apart in a later stage.
In case of using a grommet the ABF will reduce. (See picture 4)
Smooth path for the ropes. Prepare the vessel in such way
that all the contact points with the rope are as smooth as
possible. Polished stainless steel plating is commonly applied.
Low friction will minimize the abrasion on the rope and will
reduce heat generation. (See picture 5)
Repairs on a jacket. Ropes with a non-load-bearing jacket
should be repaired once the jacket has been damaged.
Preferably with a thin line, that has good abrasion resistance
and that has good elongation properties (polyester / nylon).
(See picture 6+7+8)
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INFORMATION
Angle to the
vertical
One leg sling
Two leg sling
Three and four leg sling
0o
0o to 45o
Over 45o
to 60o
0o to 45o
Over 45o
to 60o
Direct
Direct
Direct
Direct
Direct
0o
= 1770 N/mm2
= 1960 N/mm2
Choke hitch
Nominal
Working Load
Diameter (mm) Limits (T)
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
32
36
40
44
48
52
56
60
0,75
0,95
1,15
1,40
1,70
2,00
2,25
3,00
3,70
4,60
5,65
6,70
7,80
9,00
11,8
15,0
18,5
22,5
26,0
31,5
36,0
42,0
0,83
1,05
1,27
1,55
1,88
2,21
2,49
3,32
4,10
5,09
6,26
7,42
8,64
9,97
13,1
16,6
20,5
24,9
28,8
34,9
39,9
46,5
1,05
1,30
1,60
2,00
2,30
2,80
3,15
4,20
5,20
6,50
7,80
9,40
11,0
12,5
16,5
21,0
26,0
31,5
37,0
44,0
50,0
58,0
1,16
1,44
1,77
2,21
2,55
3,10
3,49
4,65
5,76
7,20
8,64
10,40
12,2
13,8
18,3
23,3
28,8
34,9
41,0
48,7
55,4
64,2
0,75
0,95
1,15
1,40
1,70
2,00
2,25
3,00
3,70
4,60
5,65
6,70
7,80
9,00
11,8
15,0
18,5
22,5
26,0
31,5
36,0
42,0
0,83
1,05
1,27
1,55
1,88
2,21
2,49
3,32
4,10
5,09
6,26
7,42
8,64
9,97
13,1
16,6
20,5
24,9
28,8
34,9
39,9
46,5
1,55
2,00
2,40
3,00
3,55
4,15
4,80
6,30
7,80
9,80
11,8
14,0
16,5
18,9
25,0
31,5
39,0
47,0
55,0
66,0
76,0
88,0
1,72
2,21
2,66
3,32
3,93
4,60
5,32
6,98
8,64
10,90
13,1
15,5
18,3
20,9
27,7
34,9
43,2
52,0
60,9
73,1
84,2
97,4
1,10
1,40
1,70
2,12
2,50
3,00
3,40
4,50
5,65
6,90
8,40
10,0
11,5
13,5
17,5
22,5
28,0
33,5
40,0
47,0
54,0
63,0
1,22
1,55
1,88
2,35
2,77
3,32
3,76
4,98
6,26
7,64
9,30
11,1
12,7
14,9
19,4
24,9
31,0
37,1
44,3
52,0
59,8
69,8
1,20
1,50
1,85
2,25
2,70
3,15
3,70
4,80
6,00
7,35
9,00
10,6
12,5
14,5
19,0
23,5
30,0
36,0
42,0
50,0
58,0
67,0
1,33
1,66
2,05
2,49
2,99
3,49
4,10
5,32
6,64
8,14
9,97
11,7
13,8
16,1
21,0
26,0
33,2
39,9
46,5
55,4
64,2
74,2
Leg factor
k
1,00
1,00
1,40
1,40
1,00
1,00
2,10
2,10
1,50
1,50
1,60
1,60
6x36WS+IWRC 1770 or 1960 N/mm2
- Efficiency 0,90
- Acc. EN-13414-1
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ROPE INFORMATION
Weight, length and diameter are measured in accordance with EN 919. The breaking force of new, unused synthetic
ropes, both standard and high performance, are in accordance with EN 919. All data in this brochure is provided for
technical reference and guidance only, it does not constitute a guarantee. Lankhorst Ropes reserves the right to amend
details of their specification in line with technical developments. For calculation purposes customers should consult
the salespeople of Lankhorst in-depth and up to date technical details.
It can be expected that the strength of the rope will decrease from the moment it is taken into service. At any time
avoid using ropes that show signs of wear and abrasion. If in doubt contact the salespeople of Lankhorst Ropes. We
recommend taking the rope out of usage until possible repairs have been made or the rope has been rejected.
Joints and knots can cause loss of strength, in extreme cases up to 50%. When ropes are running over pulleys or
sheaves, one also should take care of proper D/d ratios as well as grooves. If in doubt about any of the mentioned
actions, please contact our salespeople for details.
CONSTRUCTIONS
3 and 4 strand
3 and 4 strand hawser laid constructions are easy to splice and have an excellent abrasion resistance.
8 strand plaited
A 100% torque balanced rope due to the 4 left and 4 right hand lay constructed strands.
This construction does not kink, is easy to terminate and has a great abrasion resistance.
12 strand plaited
A 100% torque balanced rope due to the 6 left and 6 right hand lay constructed strands.
This construction does not kink, is easy to terminate and has a great abrasion resistance.
Cover braids
Cover braided constructions can be offered with a variety of cores. In most cases the jacket (cover) does not contribute
to the ropes strength. The non load bearing jacket provides a protection to the rope’s core, this being the strength
member. If the jacket is damaged, this does not automatically mean loss of strength. The larger sizes of cover braids
especially, will retain their breaking strength even if the jacket is completely abraded. Our cover braids offer maximum
strength at a minimal diameter and thus weight.
Extruded jackets
Extruded jackets can be provided upon request depending upon the application. However for certain application they
are provided as standard, like for instance our tower guys (HPTG). In order to provide a die-electric strength member
the rope core is surrounded by an abrasion and UV resistant, water proof jacket. Extruded jackets (PP,PE,PA,PUR)
normally provide a more abrasion resistant cover, but restrain the rope’s use due to less flexibility (higher stiffness).
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Many varieties on above constructions can be provided. Plaited cores with braided jackets as well as extruded jackets
can be supplied if the application demands a special design. Lankhorst Ropes is not only able to design a rope, but is
also able to engineer specialty terminations suited for your needs.
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STEELWIRE ROPE INSPECTION AND RETIREMENT CRITERIA
INFORMATION
Critical areas for examination and associated defects
1. Examine termination of rope at drum (c,g)
2. Examine for defective coiling, which causes deformations (flattened portions) and wear,
which can be severe at cross over positions (g)
3. Examine for wire breaks (a,e)
4. Examine for corrosion (b)
5. Look for deformations caused by snatch loading (c,d)
6. Examine portion which winds over sheave for wire breaks and wear (a,e,f )
7. Points of attachment, check for wire break and corrosion. Similarly, check section of rope
which lies on or adjacent to compensating sheaves (a,b)
8. Look for deformation (c,d,e,f )
9. Check rope diameter (b,e)
10. Examine carefully length which runs through sheave block, particularly that length
which lies on the sheave when the appliance is in a loaded condition (a,f )
11. Examine for wire breaks or surface wear (a,e,f )
12. Examine for corrosion (b)
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a) A wire rope that is repeatedly bended over sheaves will show fatigue breaks
in individual wires. The breaks are square and can be seen on the picture
alongside. This type of damage is related to items 2, 3, 6, 7, 10 and 11 in above
drawing.
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In the table alongside one can see the number of broken wires over a
length of 6d at which the wire rope is discarded. See for detailed and
exact data ISO 4309.
CONSTRUCTION ORDINARY
LAY
6x19S
6x25SF
6x26WS
6x36WS
6x41WS
8x36WS
19x7
11
15
16
22
25
29
10
When sheaves are too small and heavy loads are applied, the wire rope
could be heavily damaged.
Of most importance is to observe the rate of breaking of wires, a high rate
indicates the wire rope will have to be replaced soon.
b) Corrosion can be both internal and external. Reduction in diameter could
be compensated by build up of rust. It is of utmost importance
to examine the wire rope internally as well. Corrosion may result that the
shape of the wire rope is flattened because the core no longer
supports the outer strands. With severe corrosion, the wire rope should be
replaced (related to items 4,7,9 and 12 in drawing on page I-18).
c) Sharp objects (related to items 1, 2, 5, 8 in drawing on page I-18) can damage the wire rope as shown. When the strands are damaged accordingly,
the wire rope needs to be replaced. This type of damage can be avoided
by adjusting proper bending radius.
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d) The core of a wire rope will be protruded when a shock load is applied
to the wire rope. The wire rope can no longer be used (related to items 5
and 8 in drawing on page I-18).
e) Wear of the wire rope can be determined by measuring the diameter
(related to items 3, 6, 8, 9, 11 in drawing on page I-18).
When reduction in diameter by internal exceeds 3% for non rotating
wire ropes and 10% for other wire ropes, the wire rope shall be replaced.
Even if no broken wires are visible.
Wear is promoted by a lack of lubrication. Even if no broken wires are
visible, but the decrease in diameter exceeds 7%, the wire rope has to be
replaced.
f ) When the wire rope went over the edge of a sheave,it is applied to a
sharp bending (related to items 6, 8, 10, 11in drawing on page I-18). This
can be prooved when the individual wires are examined and ar either
broken as cup-cone breaks or shear breaks.
g) Drum crushing results in a flattened wire rope. This is caused when the
load applied to wind the wire rope is too high, the drum is too small or
when multiple layered winding (related to items 1 and 2 in drawing on
page I-18).
The guidelines above are intended to indicate possible cause of damage
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FIBRE ROPE INSPECTION AND RETIREMENT CRITERIA
INFORMATION
INSPECTION OF CORDAGE
Before a length of rope is issued for use, the entire length, including eye splices and/or long splices should be inspected
by a competent person. This examination should be undertaken to check the following:
INTERNAL WEAR(DIRT AND GRIT)
Where ropes have been used in a gritty environment, sharp grit may penetrate into their centre. It is important to open
the rope and examine between the strands to establish whether such damage is occurring. This examination must be
undertaken very carefully to prevent buckling and distortion of the strands which may itself cause trouble at a later date.
The presence of large quantities of fibre dust in the centre of the rope indicates that a replacement may be due. Oil and
grease deposits by themselves do not damage most rope materials. However they do trap dirt and grit and may make
the rope difficult or unpleasant to handle.
EXTERNAL WEAR
Some types of ropes will develop a fur or pile on their surface as the result of dragging over rough surfaces. This is
quite normal and will not cause weakening of the rope to any significant extent. Excessive wear is indicated by a major
proportion of the cross sections of the yarns on the outside of the rope being removed. Such wear usually is seen most
clearly on the strand crowns, on the inside of eye splices, in particular underneath a rope thimble, if incorporated.
MECHANICAL DAMAGE
Although most external abrasion is localized, mechanical damage will always weaken a rope. The weakening will depend
upon the severity of the damage. It must be remembered that mechanical damage, especially chafing, will always have a
more drastic effect on smaller ropes than on the larger ropes.
CUTS
Cuts require close examination to establish their depth, and hence how much of the rope’s cross section has been
damaged. For jacketed ropes where the jacket is not load baring(e.g. Tipto-Winchline), a cut that does not damage the
core will probably not affect the strength. However core deformation or herniation could occur on subsequent use if
the jacket is not repaired. Also, cuts to jackets may cause adverse effects such as handling difficulties, inability to slide
through fittings smoothly and exposing the core to grit.
FLEX FATIGUE – PULLEYS, ROLLERS, CHOCKS, FAIRLEADS
Constant bending of any type of rope causes internal and external fiber abrasion. This is frequently caused by running
over pulleys. But other types of flexing such as frequent bending over a small radius surface(chock/fairlead) can also
cause fatigue damage. Flexing over fixed surfaces is often accompanied by surface wear, especially if sliding action is also
present. Wear will appear on the surface of the contact area. The fibers will become matted on the surface and/or glazed
from heat build-up.
HOCKLE, TWIST OR CORKSCREW
If too much twist is introduced into a hawser laid rope it will tend to hockle(kink). Hockles that can not be turned
back easily to restore the ropes integrity indicate severe damage. The same applies for the opposite, corkscrews, when
restoring the rope back into its original structure is difficult or impossible the rope should be taken out of service. Braided
and plaited ropes should not display any twist and these ropes should not be used unless restored to normal appearance.
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CHEMICAL ATTACK
Deterioration of cordage by chemicals is usually not the result of the rope having been contaminated by a chemical
foreseen by the user. That is to say, ropes, which are used in known chemical environments usually, are supplied in a
quality to offer the highest resistance to the conditions. Rather, frequently contamination occurs by accident from
chemicals whose presence was not foreseen.
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SUNLIGHT DAMAGE
Ultra-violet radiation from sunlight can cause brittle, weak outer rope yarns in polyolefin lines and strength
deterioration in ropes from some other fibres.
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THERMAL DAMAGE
Friction of synthetic fibre ropes under high tension while rendering around bitts and winches, or while going through
fairleads, can generate enough heat to melt or fuse fibres, yarns or strands together.
The examination should determine whether any areas of fusion or carbonisation are present. If in doubt discard the
rope.
WETTING
Natural fibre ropes when wet or damp should not be left on the ground as in this way the germs of rot start. Also
particles of grit are picked up. Man-made fibre ropes although not affected by wet or damp are nevertheless liable to
damage by particles of grit. All wet ropes should be hung up in freely circulating air and allowed to dry naturally. If this
cannot be done the ropes should be loosely stacked on pieces of timber or any other suitable substance, clear of damp
ground or sweating concrete. Coils of new rope should be stacked in a similar manner. On no account should ropes be
dried by any form of heat.
MILDEW
Mildew does not attack man-made fibres although surface contamination may, under certain circumstances, provide a
nutrient, which permits the growth of moulds. Whilst these are unpleasant, they do not affect the strength of the rope.
They may be removed by washing in water. The use of harsh detergents should be avoided. Mildew will attack natural
fibre cordage if it is stored wet in stagnant air. The mould will live on the cellulose of the rope and in consequence a loss
of strength will inevitably occur.
ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION
Reaching a decision on whether the cordage is, or is not, fit for further use must be based on the conditions of the
cordage, and what defects have been observed during the examination. The examination must only be undertaken by
someone who is competent. In forming a decision, the examiner should adopt a fail-safe policy. If there is any doubt that
the cordage may not sustain the stresses, which it is likely to have to bear, then it must not be used.
Rope/yarn damage regardless of the percentage leads to strength loss. The attached discard criteria may describe a
certain percentage after which the rope should be rejected. This percentage is valid for ropes in general service. For
ropes used in critical applications the retirement criteria should be determined in cooperation between user and
Lankhorst Ropes and will/can vary upon application.
Preferably a sample should be taken from the rope in order to determine the actual residual breaking strength of the
rope. When this is not possible the attached criteria should be used in order to determine whether or not the rope
should be taken out of service. In practice it has proven to be very difficult to estimate strength loss based upon visual
inspection alone. The visual examination should therefore be carried out very conservatively.
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Finally, the user must take notice of the fact that even carefully used ropes will wear out if they receive sufficient use,
and care should be taken to withdraw them from service before this time is reached rather than allowing them to
continue in use until they fail.
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GENERAL EVALUATION GUIDE
All unjacketed ropes
• Rope suspected of being shock loaded in excess of WLL
• Exposure to excess temperature as specified for type of fibre
• Abrasion on inside radius of eye, with bulk of surface yarns or strands
reduced by 50% or more
• Oil and Grease
• Heavy surface fuzz-progressive
•
X
X
X
wash in mild detergent
X
remove source of abrasion
For 3 strand hawser laid
• > 10 % of fibres cut, fused or badly abraded (on rope or single strand
within one lay length)
• Powdering between adjacent strand contact surfaces
• Hockles or backturns that can not be removed.
For 8 and 12 strand (braided) ropes
• > 10 % of fibres cut, fused or badly abraded (on rope or single strand
within one lay length)
• Powdering between adjacent strand contact surfaces.
Thermal damage
• The rope shows hard, melted, flattened areas
• Melting or fusing affecting 20% or more of rope yarns
• Short term exposure to temperature above fibre working temperature:
Polyolefins (incl. UHMPE) over 65ºC
Polyamide over 100ºC
Polyester over 100ºC
Manila over 100ºC
Sisal over 100ºC
Aramid and Hemp over 150ºC
Chemical exposure (very much depends on fibre)
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X
X
UV degradation, splinters on yarn surface
For braided cover ropes (jacked is not load baring)
• Cover jacket is damaged. Determine core coverage and assess critically
the coverage for particular application (core is undamaged).
= jacket can not be repaired
= jacket can be repaired
• Core damage – pulled, cut, abraded, powdered or melted strands.
• Herniation - core pokes through cover (sheath) which can not be
massaged back into original structure.
Retire
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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Australia
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LANKHORST ROPES MIDDLE EAST
DUBAI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
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+44 (0)1777 712 690
+44 (0)1777 712 789
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LANKHORST EURONETE ESPAÑA S.L.
Polígono ZAISA III – Pabellón Sacytrans
20305 Irún
Spain
DORDRECHT - OCEAN SHIPPING
P.O. Box 1039, 3300 BA Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Marconiweg 24, 3316 AM Dordrecht, The Netherlands
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LANKHORST ROPES
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LANKHORST ROPES UK LTD.
Retford Enterprise Centre
Randall Way
Retford
Notts DN22 7GR
United Kingdom
+971 505 047 879
[email protected]
+31 (0)515 487 645
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www.lankhorstropes.com
Member of the Royal Lankhorst Euronete Group, a WireCo® WorldGroup Brand
+61 (0)7 5593 4661
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