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Stainless Steel

Diameter

in.

 

Weight per 100 ft.

lbs.

Minimum Breaking Strength

lbs.

GR. 304

GR. 316

1/4
10
5,400
4,800
5/16
18
8,300
7,470
3/8
24
11,700
10,530
7/16
33
15,800
14,200
1/2
43
20,400
18,360
9/16
54
25,600
21,760
5/8
67
31,400
28,260
3/4
96
44,400
39,960
7/8
131
59,700
53,730
1
170
77,300
69,570

The 6X37 classification of wire ropes includes standard 6 strand, round strand ropes with up to 37 wires per strand.
6X37 rope is more flexible but less resistant to abrasion than 6X19.
Type 304 stainless steel is the standard alloy for use in wire rope and cable. It has about the same strength as galvanized rope or cable but is much more corrosion resistant. It can be used in most industrial atmospheres and has acceptable corrosion resistance when used in marine and salt water.
Type 316 stainless steel is the standard high corrosion resistant steel for rope and cable. It is resistant to many chemicals in the pulp and paper, photographic, food processing and textile industries. It has the best pitting resistance in marine and salt water and can be used in temperatures up to 480°C(900°F).

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