Commercial fishing wire rope – Galvanised steel wire rope
Commercial fishing can be tough on fishing wire rope and Atlantic Avitaillement offers you the best quality in all lengths (with optional fittings) with steel or textile core, round or compacted wires, with or without lubrication, and with many specific constructions available: 6×7, 6×19, 6×24, 6×26, 6×36, as well as combination wire rope.
Trawl warps are used for trawlers and pursing wires for purse seines (tuna or sardine boats etc.).
6×19 galvanised steel wire rope is probably the most commonly used fishing wire rope in the world, particularly in tuna fishing, and the largest tuna floats on the oceans are equipped with EuropaRope wire ropes. Manufactured from the best steels, EuropaRope wire ropes are known for their quality, durability and high resistance.
The construction of this wire rope is 6 strands of 19 round or compacted wires (K – additional process to strengthen the supporting surface of each outer wire) in Seale construction (each strand is composed of larger outer wires and finer inner wires) and with a textile or synthetic core (CF stands for Core Fibre or synthetic core), or with a metallic steel core (IWRC stands for Independent Wire Rope Core).
This is the ideal wire rope for all seine fishing activity, including commercial tuna fishing and trawling, providing incredible resistance against abrasion, wear, fatigue, breakage and corrosion. Available with several greases or lubricants according to your preference. Exclusive EuropaRope lubricant provides maximum lubrication and provides wire rope with an unrivalled malleability and durability.
6×24 – 6×26 construction
6×36 – 6×37 construction
6×36 and 6×37 galvanised steel wire ropes: the rigging wire rope par excellence with 6 strands of 36/37 galvanised steel wires. Supple galvanised steel wire rope for all marine rigging steel slings, in particular the many steel slings for oceanic tuna boats, mixing wire ropes, steeving wire ropes, brailing wire ropes, skiff and seine hoisting wire ropes, unloading wire ropes and strop wire ropes. These 6×36 and 6×37 galvanised steel rigging wire ropes usually have a textile core but crews tend to prefer a metallic steel or stainless steel core.