Independent wire rope core is available in bright, galvanized, and stainless steel configurations in both a 6x19 class and 6x37 class per ASTM A1023 and RR-W-410.
Any minimum breaking strength is not intended as a working load limit and appropriate safety factors should always be used to calculate the appropriate limit for any working load. A 5:1 safety factor is typical of general rigging while critical applications should use a 10:1 safety factor.
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Lexco Cable wire rope provides high-quality customized solutions for any assembly needed for your next project. We offer premium quality aircraft cable, coated aircraft cable, general purpose wire rope, strand, rotation resistant wire rope, compacted/swaged wire rope, and cable laid wire rope.
WIRE ROPE FITTINGS
Lexco Cable wire rope fittings offer an ideal fit for your assembly needs. We offer a full line of wire rope and aircraft cable end fittings designed for installation by crimping, clamping, speltering, swageless connectors, or our specialty —
HARDWARE & TOOLS
Lexco Cable hardware and tools are designed to make working with and attaching aircraft cable, wire rope, and hardware faster, easier, and safer. We offer a wide selection of wire rope and aircraft cable hardware and tools to suit your needs.
ARCHITECTURAL CABLE RAILINGS
Lexco cable railings offer exceptional aesthetics, high-quality components, and flexibility in any environment – indoors or out - whether running horizontally or vertically, on outdoor balconies and raised walkways for resorts, high-rises, and
Lexco offers a comprehensive range of push-pull cables and cable controls for transferring linear motion from one point to another. Our push-pull control cables are custom built to fit your specifications for improved performance and
Lexco Cable supplies a full line of top-quality bungee cords, components, and assemblies ideal for tethering, tie-down, fitness, sign hanging, and dozens of other applications. Our bungee cord products might be known by several different industry names, including shock cord and fibertex cord.