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Stainless Steel 316 Duplex Clips is the use of the so-called card-snap method, that is, the end of the wire rope set in the heart-shaped ring, with a special way of Stainless Steel 316 Duplex Clips to be fixed. This special Duplex Clips by the Duplex Clips, ferrule and fastening nut composition. The Stainless Steel 316 Duplex Clips is made of stainless steel, the hoops and nuts are made of stainless steel. Diameter of 2 ~ 10mm wire rope can be used for different specifications of Duplex Clips fixed connection.
Duplex Clips structure and clamping method When the Duplex Clips method is used to fix the end of, the following points must be observed: The specification of stainless steel duplex clips should be compatible with the diameter ofDuplex Clips ; Should be not less than 6-8d-wire rope diameter]; wire rope end away from the first duplex clips at least 140 ~ 160mm distance, stainless steel duplex clips fixed to meet the requirements.
In the use of stainless duplex Clips, the Duplex Clips tightening degree should be appropriate, generally should be the height of the wire rope compression height to the equivalent of 2/3 of the initial height of the wire rope, that is to say, the wire rope should be 1 / 3. Because, after the rope, the rope will be stretched, the rope diameter will be reduced. If the Duplex Clips can rope diameter pressure.
Advantages of using stainless steel duplex clips are: easy disassembly, strong. The disadvantage is that the rope clamp nut protruding from the outside of the rope, more bulky. This connection is mainly used for tower crane boom and balance arm cable fixed and car traction rope fixed. The advantages of using the wire rope card method is: easy disassembly, solid. The disadvantage is that the duplex clips nut protruding from the outside of the rope, more bulky. This connection is mainly used for tower crane boom and balance arm cable fixed and car traction rope fixed.(FROM TERADA HARDWARE)
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