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GENERAL REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

      • (2.4

        mm) for diameters 11/4 in. (32 mm) to and including 11/2 in. (38 mm).

    • G.

      In standing ropes, more than two broken wires in one lay in sections beyond end connections or more than one broken wire at an end connection.

  • 2.

    Replacement rope shall have a strength rating at least as great as the original rope furnished or recommended by AutoCrane. A rope manufacturer, AutoCrane, or a qualified person shall specify any deviation from the original size, grade, or construction.

ROPE MAINTENANCE

  • 1.

    Rope should be stored to prevent damage or deterioration.

  • 2.

    Unreeling or uncoiling of rope shall be done as recommended by the rope manufacturer and with care to avoid kinking or inducing twist.

  • 3.

    Before cutting a rope, seizing shall be placed on each side of the place where the rope is to be cut to prevent unlaying of the strands. On pre-formed rope, one seizing on each side of the cut is required. On non-preformed ropes of 7/8 in. (22

    • mm)

      diameter or smaller, two seizings on each

side of the cut are required, and for non-preformed rope 1 in. (25 mm) diameter or larger, three seizings on each side of the cut are required.

  • 4.

    During installation care should be exercised to avoid dragging of the rope in the dirt or around objects that will scrape, nick crush or induce sharp bends in it.

  • 5.

    Rope should be maintained in a well-lubricated condition. It is important that lubricant applied as a part of a maintenance program shall be compatible with the original lubricant and to this end the rope manufacturer should be consulted. Lubricant applied shall be the type that does not hinder visual inspection. Those sections of rope that are located over sheaves or otherwise hidden during inspection and maintenance procedures require special attention when lubricating rope. The object of rope lubrication is to reduce internal friction and to prevent corrosion.

  • 6.

    When an operating rope shows greater wear or well-defined localized areas than on the remainder of the rope, rope life can be extended in some cases by shifting the wear to different areas of the rope.

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