ISO-16841 › Steel wire ropes - Pulling eyes for rope installation - Types and minimum requirements
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ISO 16841:2014 identifies the different types of pulling eyes prepared at, or attached to, a steel wire rope end for connection to another rope when installing a new rope or re-reeving an existing rope on a machine. It also specifies the minimum requirements for pulling eyes, including their geometry, strength, maximum line pull to which the pulling eye is intended to be subjected and information for use to be provided by the manufacturer.
The pulling eyes covered by ISO 16841:2014 are not intended to be subjected to a load when the machine performs a service operation.
ISO 16841:2014 applies to those pulling eyes prepared at, or attached to, ends of steel wire ropes conforming to ISO 2408 and ISO 10425.
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March 1, 2014