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NPFC - MIL-W-83420 - WIRE ROPE, FLEXIBLE, FOR AIRCRAFT CONTROL, GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR Organization: NPFC
Date: 1994-06-06
Description: This specification covers the requirements for carbon steel and corrosion resistant steel aircraft control flexible wire rope. The wire rope, Type I shall be capable of operation within a −54°C to + 121°C (−65°F to +250°F) temperature range in wind, dust, fuel and oil spills, in wash-down and other environmental stresses and aircraft experiences.
ISO 4309 - CRANES — WIRE ROPES — CARE AND MAINTENANCE, INSPECTION AND DISCARD - FOURTH EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-08-01
Description: In view of the fact that the exclusive use of synthetic sheaves or metal sheaves incorporating synthetic linings is not recommended when single-layer spooling at the drum, due to the inevitability of wire breaks occurring internally in large numbers before there is any visible evidence of any wire breaks or signs of substantial wear on the periphery of the rope, no discard criteria are given for this combination.
ISO DIS 4309 - CRANES - WIRE ROPES - CARE AND MAINTENANCE, INSPECTION AND DISCARD Organization: ISO
Date: 2017-01-31
Description: In view of the fact that the exclusive use of synthetic sheaves or metal sheaves incorporating synthetic linings is not recommended when single-layer spooling at the drum, due to the inevitability of wire breaks occurring internally in large numbers before there is any visible evidence of any wire breaks or signs of substantial wear on the periphery of the rope, no discard criteria are given for this combination.
DIN ISO 4309 - CRANES - WIRE ROPES - CARE AND MAINTENANCE, INSPECTION AND DISCARD (ISO 4309:2010) Organization: DIN
Date: 2013-06-01
Description: In view of the fact that the exclusive use of synthetic sheaves or metal sheaves incorporating synthetic linings is not recommended when single-layer spooling at the drum, due to the inevitability of wire breaks occurring internally in large numbers before there is any visible evidence of any wire breaks or signs of substantial wear on the periphery of the rope, no discard criteria are given for this combination.

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