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Super-Trex® Heavy-Duty High Flex Crane Cable

Super-Trex® Heavy-Duty, High Flex Crane Cable was designed specifically for crane and reeling applications. The cable features an aramid reinforcing braid embedded in the center of the dual-pass jacket providing added strength. The internal design is constructed for dynamic applications with the use of low-friction separators and left-hand conductor lay, and lay-lengths optimized for flexing. Excellent all-weather protection and resistance to UV light, abrasion, impact, oils, solvents and heat.

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  • 600 V
  • Operating Temperature Range -40°C to 90°C
  • Aramid Reinforced
  • All Weather Usage
  • Harsh Industrial Applications
  • Extra Heavy-Duty
  • Finely Stranded Tinned Copper Conductors ­— Tinned copper conductors provide longer flex life and resists corrosion. Conductors are assembled in a left-hand lay with optimized lay-lengths for crane/reeling applications.

  • Flexible Heat and Moisture Resistant EPR Conductor Insulation — Provides protection to the individual conductors while allowing them to remain flexible, provides long flex life in heavy-duty reeling applications.

  • Low-Friction Tape Separator — Improves performance in flexing applications.

  • Aramid Fiber Reinforcing Braid — Embedded in the center of a double-pass jacket, the aramid reinforcing braid provides added strength and improves cable resistance to pulling and torsional forces.

  • Extra Heavy-Duty All Weather Design — This product is suitable for harsh industrial applications, indoor or outdoor use. The high quality compounds provide superior protection from sunlight, UV, oils, solvents, water, impact, heat, and offers excellent weather flexibility.

  • Cranes
  • Reels
  • Cable Carriers
  • Hoists
  • Abrasions
  • Chemicals
  • Extreme Temperature
  • Flexing
  • Impact
  • Tension
  • Reeling Cable Comparison GuideDownload
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