Steel Pulling Reels

MODEL 4440 XHD (PT# 8601944)
• 44” flange x 40” between flanges x 12 3/4” core dia.
• 112 cm flange x 102 cm between flanges x 32 cm core dia.
• Weight: 273 kg (600 lbs.)

MODEL 6030
• 60” flange x 30” between flanges x 24” core dia.
• 152 cm flange x 76 cm between flanges x 61 cm core dia.
• Weight 568 kg (1250 lbs.)

MODEL 6040 (PT# 8600168)
• 60” flange x 40” between flanges x 24” core dia.
• 152 cm flange x 102 cm between flanges x 61 cm core dia.
• Weight: 614 kg 1350 lbs.)

MODEL 6050 (PT# 804750)
• 60” flange x 50” between flanges x 24” core dia.
• 152 cm flange x 127 cm between flanges x 61 cm core dia.
• Weight: 660 kg (1450 lbs.)

MODEL 6060 (PT# 808412)
• 60” flange x 60” between flanges x 24” core dia.
• 152 cm flange x 152 cm between flanges x 61 cm core dia.
• Weight: 705 kg (1550 lbs.)

CAUTION: When using synthetic ropes the characteristics of “Elastic Recovery” can, at times, create some unwanted effects. This is evidenced when storing very long lengths of rope, under high tensions, directly on to a drum reel as is found in transmission stringing operations. The forces on the reel drum and flanges build up with each wrap – until the accumulative forces reach millions of pounds. This, in some cases, will tend to crush the drum barrel, and pop off the drum flanges. A general rule of thumb is to wind synthetic rope at a maximum of about 2 to 3% of its elastic elongation characteristics, which varies dependent upon rope construction and material. For steel rope a maximum of 20% of rated breaking strength is normally sufficient