Winding & Re-Reeling Wire Ropes Steel Cable Drum
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Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: HICORPWELL
Certification: IEC 60794-2-10/11
Model Number: Winding Re-reeling Steel Wire Ropes Drum Reel
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Re Reeling Steel Cable Drum

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Steel Cable Reel Winding Drum

Payment & Shipping Terms
Packaging Details: 630*400*475MM
Payment Terms: Western Union, L/C, T/T
Supply Ability: 500 pcs per Week
Specifications
Cable Type: Steel Cable Drum & Winding Reel Cable Reel Winding Machine
Gross Weight: 78KG
Paintcoat Color: Black Or Orange Or ,Yellow ,others
Cable Purpose: Project Application
Length: 500 M To 1000m
Size: 630X400
Package: 630*400*475MM
Capacity: 500M-1000M
Product Description

Winding & Re-Reeling Wire Ropes Steel Cable Drum 0

Winding & Re-reeling steel wire ropes

 

It is important to attach steel wire ropes at the correct locations on a smooth drum as improper winding methods will cause the spreading of terns in the first layer of steel wire ropes on the drum.

Then the second layer of wire ropes may be wedged between the open coils of first layer, crushing and flattening the rope as successive layers are spooled.

Generally, steel wire ropes are wound from the top of the one reel to the top of another or from the bottom to bottom.

But how to start wire ropes on a drum may puzzle lots of our customers. The following illustration will give you the best solution.

Winding & Re-Reeling Wire Ropes Steel Cable Drum 1

 

A plan about underwind left lay steel wire rope from left to right

Underwind - left to right

A plan about underwinding left lay steel wire rope from right to left

Underwind - right to left

A plan about overwind left lay steel wire rope from left to right

Overwind - left to right

A plan about overwinding left lay steel wire rope from right to left

Overwind - right to left

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The right hand normally are used to determining right-lay wire ropes and the left hand for left lay wire ropes when standing toward the drum. The clenched fingers represent the drum and the extended finger stands for the oncoming rope.

Many crane models also have two sided grooved drums for winding wire ropes as shown in the picture.

A plan about winding steel wire rope on two sided grooved drum, with left lay rope on the left to right lay rope on the right

Tow side grooved drums-1

A plan about winding steel wire rope on two sided grooved drum, with right lay rope on the left to left lay rope on the right

Tow side grooved drums-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When re-reeling steel wire ropes from horizontally supported reel to another drum, make sure that the rope is traveling from the top of the reel to the top of the drum or bottom to bottom to avoid a reverse bend. Look at the following picture about the right and wrong method of re-reeling:

A plan about the right method of re-reeling wire ropes

Right method of re-reeling wire ropes

A plan about the wrong method-1of re-reeling wire ropes

Wrong method of re-reeling wire ropes

A plan about the wrong method-2 of re-reeling wire ropes

Wrong method of re-reeling wire ropes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:
When re-reeling steel wire ropes, make sure the surface of the drum is clean, smooth and dry to protect wire ropes from damages by foreign particles.

For reels with vertical shafts, re-reeling is also available but you must to ensure the rope is always taut to avoid accumulation of slack.

 

 

 

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