FUX/FUH High Tech Anti-Twisting Braided Rope

Anti-twisting galvanized steel rope, made up of braiding strands. High tech version made with high tensile strength steel strands allowing higher working and breaking loads with the same linear mass.

Note: sections are supplied with spliced eyes in the following models:

  • 21000020 for diameters
    1/4-3/8 in (06-12 mm)
  • 21000030 for diameters
    1/2-11/16 in (13-18 mm)
  • 21000010 for diameters
    3/4-1 1/4 in (20-31 mm)
FUX/FUH High Tech Anti-Twisting Braided Rope
RW23 Reel Winder with Reel of FUX 18mm Anti-Twisting Braided Rope
FUX 18mm Anti-Twisting Braided Rope
High Tech Anti-Twisting Steel Braided Pulling Rope
High Tech Anti-Twisting Steel Braided Rope Being Pulled Through ARS701 Hydraulic Puller

Standard - FUX

Anti-twisting galvanized steel rope, made up of braiding strands.

Advantages:
  • High flexibility
  • Complete stability to rotation
  • Homogeneous distribution of pressure between the elementary wires
  • Increased efficiency during stringing operations
  • Strands with individual galvanized elementary wires

FUX Models

FUX ModelNominal Diameter
inches (mm)
Indicative Lubricated Linear Mass*
lbs/ft (kg/m)
Minimum Breaking Load
lbs (kN)
Standard Length**
ft (m)
21000105 1/4 (6) 0.07 (0.11) 4,833 (21.5) 5,906-11,811 (1,800-3,600)
21000115 5/16 (8) 0.15 (0.22) 9,577 (42.6) 5,249 (1,600)
21000125 3/8 (10) 0.24 (0.35) 15,287 (68) 3,937 (1,200)
21000135 1/2 (13) 0.37 (0.55) 22,706 (101) 2,625-5,249 (800-1,600)
21000140 5/8 (16) 0.56 (0.84) 35,969 (160) 2,953 (900)
21000100 11/16 (18) 0.81 (1.21) 47,660 (212) 2,625 (800)
21000145 3/4 (20) 0.92 (1.37) 58,900 (262) 3,281 (1,000)
21000155 7/8 (22) 1.02 (1.52) 71,939 (320) 2,953 (900)
21000120 15/16 (24) 1.18 (1.76) 83,404 (371) 2,625 (800)
21000165 1 (26) 1.33 (1.98) 91,947 (409) 2,297 (700)
21000170 1 1/8 (28) 1.57 (2.33) 107,684 (479) 1,969 (600)

*According to production variations, the linear mass may change
**The rope is also available in longer continuous sections (without connectors) up to 22966 ft (7000 m)