Stainless Steel Cable LED Panel Suspension Kit With Snap Hooks
Lighting suspension kits deliver complete solutions for all
lighting applications. Offering a sleek, professional and discreet
finish without compromising on strength, the beauty of the system
n the ease and efficiency of installation.
Supplied in ready-to-use kits with your choice of end fixing and
cable length, we provide a
complete off-site solution, catered to the needs of your project.
Whether you're suspending panel,
strip or high bay lighting, we have a range of products to suit all
L:23.6″ – (600MM)
|Size:14mm * 38mm|
1. Material:Steel Hook+Stainless Steel Wire
2. Size:Same as the drawing
3. Cable Diameter and Length:Ø1.2*600mm;Or Customize
4. Finishing Color:Nickel;Or Customize
Stainless steel wire suspension kits for use with LED Panels and
many other products,
Allow the panel to be hung from a ceiling. Ideal for situations
when recessed mounting
is not possible, or for an ultra modern appearance.
6. Safe Working Load:10KG(Fore reference only)
What type of cable do I need?
The cable has to be 7x7 or 7x19 stranded aircraft cable in
stainless or galvanized steel.
Cables should have factory installed terminals (stop-sleeves). The
cable diameter depends
of the weight of the fixture.
What does the cable terminal (stop Sleeve) do?
The terminal at the end of the cable allows the cable to be
connected to the cable coupler.
Our fittings usually attain the full-published break strength of
the cable alone and are
proof loaded to 60% of that value.
What’s the difference between Galvanized and Stainless cable?
Both Stainless Steel and Galvanized Aircraft Cable have
approximately the same break strength. Galvanized cable is less
expensive and is used in 90% of all lighting applications.
Can I cut the cable myself?
Yes, you can, but you should use a purpose-built Cable Cutter,
We recommend using a drop of super glue on the fresh cut to prevent
the cable from fraying.
Overall length tolerances required for cable assemblies and cut
lengths of cable often
dictate the production method to be used and thus the cost. Close
result in higher costs for both production and quality assurance.
The allowable tolerance
and inspection methods should be reviewed and agreed upon with our
prior to production.
Breaking Strength Safety Factor
In determining the working load of a cable or wire rope, the direct
stress plus the shock
in bending loads must be considered. To assure long life, a
reasonable safety factor should
be applied to the working load. Standard industry practice is a 5:1
safety factor for many
applications. Higher safety factors are used under certain
conditions such as extreme
shock loads, aircraft control cables, etc.