Right to choose what is the importance of Marine cable to the ship?

by:SanTong     2021-02-05
Marine cable is ship mooring, towing, Marine salvage, transportation loading operation, such as an integral part of, for the ship USES and other aspects is very broad! No matter for which purposes of cable, if improper use of type, the method is not reasonable, lack of safety inspection, and does not pay attention to maintenance, and for serious is already obsolete cable are still in use, are likely to cause the damage of the cable should be, breaking the severe accident! The cable the correct method of use: 1. Breaking strength is only a reference, on the basis of the size of the cable. 2. Specifications to the new production is not to use the cable based on the test of. 3. After cable is used, its degree of wear and tear will be more and more obvious. We can according to your cable usage can add wear sheath. 4. Ideally use and storage temperature: high temperature should not exceed 50 ℃ above, below 45 ℃. Cable with electrolytic copper, aluminium stored in together. Cable can't contact with sulfuric acid and other chemical acids goods storage and. 5. For safe operation, the company will provide a necessary tension values, when ordering, please indicate the diameter and length of the cable accurate, standard length of 200 m / 110 fathoms (usually 1 fathoms = 6 feet) Or 220 meters / 120 fathoms. Other length of the cable according to the order requirements set by the user. 6. When ordering to indicate whether the cable end or ends need clasp, punch and eye buckle size is how much do you need the PVC canvas. 7. We can according to user needs to provide CCS, ABS, BV, LR, DNV, NK, SR, countries such as the classification society certificate. 8. Polypropylene rope, polypropylene filament composite ( Line) Rope not bibulous floating water, nylon rope, Nylon) Water drowned in the water, polyester ( Polyester) The cable is not but the proportion of water will sink in the water.
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