- Galvanized, Stainless Steel and Vinyl Coated Wire Rope and Cable - Galvanized, Drop Forged and Stainless Steel Wire Rope Clips - Galvanized and Stainless Steel Wire Rope Thimbles - Aluminum and Copper Swage Sleeves - Turnbuckles and Shackles - Steel/Cast Iron Cable Pulleys - Plastic/Nylon Cable Pulleys - Winches and Winch Cables - S-Hooks and Lag Screw Hooks - Quick Links, Spring and Snap Hooks - Cable Adjustment Clips and Terminal Crimp Clips - Polyester Cord
WARNINGS & CAUTIONS
All products are sold subject to the following Warnings and Cautions and with the express understanding that the purchaser and/or user are thoroughly familiar with their proper use. Pambina ImpEx assumes no responsibility for the use, misuse or misapplication of its products.
Working Load Limit: The Working Load Limit (WLL) is the maximum load which should ever be applied to the product under any condition. The Working Load Limit is based on a load being uniformly applied in a straight line pull.
Breaking Strength: Do NOT use Breaking Strength for design or rating purposes. Use Working Load Limit instead.
Shock Loads: Loads which exceed the static load caused by rapid change of movement, such as jerking, impacting, or swinging loads. Working Load Limits will not apply. AVOID SHOCK LOADS.
Matching Components: Attachments should have Working Load Limits at least equal to other components with which these are used.
WIRE ROPE AND CABLE
WARNING: BREAKING STRENGTHS apply only to new, unused Wire Rope and Cable.
It is the responsibility of the ultimate user to determine a WORKING LOAD LIMIT for each application. Many factors should be considered: included among, but not limited to, loads applied, speed of operation, acceleration or deceleration, length of rope or cable, shock loads, abrasion, corrosion, number, size, condition and location of drums and sheaves, facilities for inspection, and the danger to life or property should a rope or cable break. Do not kink, knot or crush wire rope and cable.
Do not exceed the rated capacity of winches or other components. Winches are not to be used for lifting humans or loads overhead. The rated winch capacity is based on one layer of line on the drum. As the line builds on the drum, the capacity decreases. Maintain control of handle under load. Inspect and secure the handle regularly.
WIRE ROPE CLIPS
Apply wire rope clips correctly. U-bolt should be on the end of rope. For making an eye loop on cable diameter up to 3/8", a minimum of 3 Malleable Clips, 2 Drop Forged Clips or 3 Cast Stainless Steel Clips are recommended. Malleable Clips are not recommended for over-head applications.