verope
  • Right hand langs lay
  • Ordinary left hand lay
  • Ordinary right hand lay
  • Left hand langs lay
  • Galvanized
  • Bright
  • Compacted strands
  • Not to be used with swivel

Wire rope construction: veropro 8 is a 8-strand, non rotation-resistant rope with compacted outer strands and a rope core covered with a plastic layer.

Features:

  • Very high breaking strength.
  • Very stabile rope construction with very good fatigue properties.
  • A plastic layer between inner and outer strands prevents inner wear and protects the core from corrosion.
  • Very high resistance against flattening and wear.
  • Specially suitable for multilayer spooling.

ISO 4309
Rope Category No:
Up to 42mm RCN.09, 43-48mm RCN.11, > 48mm RCN.13

  • Marking: According to standard
  • Standard: EN 12385-4
  • Warning: May not be used with a swivel.
  • Fill factor: 0.67
  • Tolerance Ø: 2% - 4%
  • Overhead cranes
  • Mobile port crane
  • Offshore crane
  • Loading crane
  • Crawler crane
  • Container crane
  • Piling crane
  • Tower crane
  • Deck crane
  • Straddle carrier
Veropro 8_225mm
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Part Code Diameter
mm
Steel Area
mm²
Min. breakingforce
kN
1770 N/mm²
Min. breakingforce
kN
1960 N/mm²
Min. breakingforce
kN
2160 N/mm²
Weight
kg/100m
-- 8 33 52.1 57.7 60.6 28.8
-- 9 42 66 73 76.7 36.4
-- 10 52 81.5 90.1 94.7 45
-- 11 63 98.6 109.1 114.6 54.4
-- 12 75 117.3 129.8 136.3 64.8
-- 12.7 85 131.4 145.4 152.7 72.6
-- 13 88 137.7 152.3 160 76
-- 14 103 159.7 176.7 185.6 88.2
-- 15 118 183.3 202.8 213 101.2
-- 16 134 208.6 230.7 242.4 115.2
-- 17 151 235.5 260.5 273.6 130
-- 18 169 264 292 306.8 146.7
-- 19 189 294.2 325.4 341.8 162.4
-- 20 209 325.9 360.5 378.7 179.9
-- 21 231 359.3 397.5 417.5 198.4
-- 22 253 394.4 436.2 458.3 217.7
-- 22.4 264 408.9 452.2 475.1 225.7
-- 23 277 431 476.8 500.9 238
-- 24 301 469.3 519.1 545.4 259.1
-- 25 327 509.3 563.3 591.8 281.2
-- 25.4 339 525.7 581.5 610.8 290.2
-- 26 354 550.8 609.3 640 304.1
-- 27 381 594 657 690.2 327.9
-- 28 410 638.8 706.6 742.3 352.7
-- 28.6 430 666.5 737.2 774.5 368
-- 29 440 685.3 758 796.3 378.3
-- 30 471 733.4 811.1 852.1 404.9
-- 31 503 783.1 866.1 909.9 432.3
-- 32 536 834.4 922.9 969.5 460.6
-- 33 570 887.4 981.5 1,031 489.9
-- 34 605 941.9 1,042 1,095 520
-- 35 641 998.2 1,104 1,160 551.1
-- 36 678 1,056 1,168 1,227 583
-- 38 755 1,177 1,301 1,367 649.6
-- 40 837 1,304 1,442 1,515 719.8
-- 41.3 897 1,390 1,537 1,615 767.3
-- 42 923 1,437 1,590 1,670 793.5
-- 44 1,013 1,578 1,745 1,833 870.9
-- 45 1,059 1,650 1,825 1,917 910.9
-- 46 1,107 1,724 1,907 2,003 951.9
-- 47.5 1,187 1,838 2,034 2,136 1,015
-- 48 1,205 1,877 2,077 2,181 1,036.4
-- 50 1,308 2,037 2,253 2,367 1,124.6
-- 52 1,414 2,203 2,437 2,560 1,216.4
-- 54 1,525 2,376 2,628 2,761 1,311.7
-- 56 1,640 2,555 2,826 1,410.7
-- 58 1,760 2,741 3,032 1,513.3
-- 60 1,883 2,933 3,245 1,619.4
Diameter Total number Outer strands Number of visible broken outer wires at discard (1) Average (6)
relevant rope parts: see footnote (2) relevant rope parts: see footnote (3/4) Fill- Spin- Weight- Elasticity modulus  Elongation
Ø of wires number of wires Classes M1 to M4 or class unknown(5) All classes factor at 20% of MBL under 3% of MBL
Ordinary lay Lang's lay Ordinary and Lang'slay
mm     6 x d 30 x d 6 x d 30 x d 6 x d 30 x d N (mm2) %
8-42 327 208 9 18 4 9 18 36 0.67 0.85 0.87 102000 0.19
43-48 367 248 10 21 5 10 20 42 0.67 0.85 0.87 102000 0.19
49-60 407 288 12 24 6 12 24 48 0.67 0.85 0.87 102000 0.19
                           
(1) A counted broken wire always has two ends. (counted as one wire)
(2) Shall be applied exclusively to those sections of rope running only over steel sheaves and/or spooling on a single-layer drum. The wire breaks are randomly distributed.
(3) Shall be applied exclusively to those sections of rope spooling on a multi-layer drum.
(4)The values apply to deterioration that occurs at the cross-over zones and interference between wraps due to fleet angle effects (and not to those sections of rope which only work in sheaves and do not spool on the drum).
(5) Twice the number of broken wires listed may be applied to ropes on mechanisms whose classification is known to be M5 to M8.
(6) All values are averages over different diameter, lay direction and wire grades.