Aircraft cables are stranded wires used in a wide variety of applications on or around the aircraft including flight control surfaces and tie-downs or other purposes. The term "wire rope" is also used when the diameter is larger than 3/8 inch (9.52 mm), with smaller gauges designated as cables or cords. They are specified by the number of strands times the number of wires in each strand. For example, “7x19” means the cable has seven (7) strands, with 19 wires in each strand. 7x19 is the most flexible aircraft cable construction, approximately twice as flexible as 7x7 construction.
AVIATIONEU NEW ERA aircraft ropes/cables feature smooth finish, corrosion resistance and high load bearing strength. They feature a tensile strength of 1570-1960 MPA, are sourced by certified manufacturers, competitively priced and offered in the common construction types (1X7, 7x17, 1x19, 7x19 ) in Galvanized or Stainless Steel, different diameters ( 9 -12mm for cables, 5-52 mm for ropes) and cut to order lengths in meters. Unit of measure and sale is the meter and the Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) is 500 meters. Appearing price is for reference only per meter. Please contact us for a quotation.