Technical Reference

Product Information

Bending Fatigue

Conventional rope designs often do not meet the requirements of modern reeving systems, resulting in a shorter service life.

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Breaking Load

How do CASAR Special Wire  Ropes achieve their high breaking loads?

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Compacting

Ropes made from compacted strands have much higher breaking loads and are more flexible compared to those made from conventional strands.

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Computer Aided Rope Design (CARD)

With the help of the CASAR-developed CARD (Computer Aided Rope Design) program, the structure of each rope is optimized.

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Efficiency and Flexibility

CASAR Special Wire Ropes are designed to provide maximum flexibility.  The high flexibility is achieved by a combination of different technologies.

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Elasticity and Elongation

What gives CASAR Special Wire Ropes the best stress-strain behavior?

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Lubrication

At CASAR, lubrication takes place during the production of both the strands and the ropes.

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Parallel Lay

What is a parallel lay rope?

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Plastic Layer

Under dynamic loads, the plastic layer acts as a buffer or shock absorber and reduces peak loading of the rope.

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Rotation

Why are CASAR Special Wire Ropes so rotation-resistant?

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