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1.Moderate Strength, Excellent Corrosion Resistance (Sea Water)
2.Marine Environments, Dredging, Excavating, and Logging
3.Mooring Lines, Highway Use, Heavy Duty Guard Rail
1.Stainless steel wire rope, sometimes called corrosion resistant, is generally used in applications that may degrade a bright wire or galvanized wire rope.
2.The 6x19 Class wire rope is the most common class due to its good combination of flexibility and resistance to wear-and-tear.
3.This diversity makes this wire rope suited for many different kinds of machinery or equipment.
The stainless wire rope offers a good balance of flexibility and wear resistance thanks to an independent wire rope core (IWRC ) which provides added strength, reduces stretch, and provides excellent resistance to heat. An IWRC wire rope does provide more strength than a fiber core wire rope. The stainless steel fabrication offers extra corrosion resistance over a typical bright wire finish, and is also superior to a galvanized wire rope. However, it does not offer any spin-resistant properties as some other wire rope configurations will.