Structure of safety rope
Safety rope is a commonly used high-altitude safety equipment, which can rescue tripod the safety of workers and avoid falling accidents. Below we talk about the structural characteristics of commonly used safety ropes.
1. High-altitude safety ropes are three-stranded ropes: they consist of three twisted wires twisted in the opposite direction to the rope. This is a way to twist the rope without changing the twist.
2. Four-strand rubbing rope: Use four strands of wire with one core rope twisted into a rope without deformation. The outer periphery of this kind of rope is more round than the three-strand rubbing rope, and the core rope is not clamped when making the thin rope.
3. Multiple flower ropes: Three strands of rubbing rope are used as strands, and then Anchor Strap twisted into a rope, but it is rarely used now.
4. Six-strand rubbing rope: Six strands are sandwiched and twisted with the same diameter core wire to make the same structure as steel wire rope. However, when all the fibers are used, they will deform during use, so this method is rarely used.
Braided rope: S-twisted and Z-twisted strands of the same number are interlaced with the length of the rope diagonally. Compared with twisted rope, it has the characteristics of no kinks, and the rope ends are not easy to open.
Safety rope is an indispensable device for high-altitude operations. It can effectively protect the life safety of high-altitude operators, avoid accidental fall accidents, and improve the safety of operations.