Wire Strand Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of wire strand manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top wire strand manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find wire strand companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture wire strands to your company's specifications. Then contact the wire strand companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product news articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of coiled cables, mechanical cable assemblies, wire rope cables, or customized wire strands of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Apple Valley, MN 888-638-3604

    At Tyler Madison, Inc., we manufacture just about every kind of cable imaginable. We are YOUR source for wire rope cable assemblies. Our versatile cable is made with a varying number of wire strands, such as 1x7, 1x19, 7x7 and 7x19. When designing your wire rope or cable, our team will consider your flexibility and breaking strength requirements. Our team is committed to quality, your immediate satisfaction and your long-term profits. Call us today!

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  • Phillipsburg, NJ 800-528-3900

    As one of the most diversified wire rope manufacturers, we utilize over 200 production machines to produce top rated wire products in ferrous and nonferrous materials. Industries that JSC serves include electronics, geophysical and communications. Their mission is to continually improve their expertise, capabilities, products and services for current and future worldwide customers.

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  • Norridge, IL 800-626-6556

    Lexco Cable Mfg. has a plethora of wire strands equipped with different attributes to meet your unique needs. Geometrically laid wire strands make up all wire rope, and is therefore a very important component. Our wire strands come in different styles (such as galvanized structural strand), diameters, configurations, shapes and functions. We can construct wire strands to any specification, to make your wire rope stronger, less breakable, stiffer or more flexible. We do it all! Call us today.

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  • Dover, NJ 973-361-2226

    At Motion Control Technologies, our full machine shop and team of experts are ready to provide whatever parts you require. Our wire rope able assemblies can be made of strands including 1×7, 1×19, 7×7, and 7×19. Customization options are also available. Industries served include military, marine, automotive, and more. To find out which number of strands is right for your application, visit our website or call today to get in touch with us.

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  • Fairfield, NJ 800-237-4369

    For anything wire rope or cable related, turn to Bergen Cable. Since 1941, we’ve made it our business to be the name that comes to mind when anyone says “mechanical cable assemblies.” Our vision and drive to manufacture the highest grade wire rope and cable products, from wire strands to assemblies, shows itself in everything we do. Our quality care has secured and helped us keep many high profile clients, such as Boeing, GM and the US Government. For every piece of the puzzle, turn to us.

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  • Burnsville, MN 800-932-0177

    Here in the midwest, where durability really matters, customers trust Aero Assemblies, Inc. for all their wire rope requirements. We specialize in fitness equipment cable, industrial applications and push-pull control cables, and our general expertise in wire rope and wire rope parts is unsurpassed. From start to finish, from small to large, we work to make sure that every element of your application surpasses your expectations. Call us today for high quality, customer-centric service!

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  • Worcester, MA 508-853-8010

    We, at St. Pierre Manufacturing, know a thing or two about what it means for a product to be strong and able to withstand the elements. That’s why we are confident in the wire rope and chain that we have selected to offer to our customers. We partner with the finest wholesale distributors around to bring you wire rope, strand and cable that you can trust. Reach out to our Chain and Wire Rope Division today to get started!

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Wire Rope Manufacturer Expands Efforts

  Phillipsburg, New Jersey - April 8, 2019– Additions in staffing continues the efforts to compile a strong Management Team at Jersey Strand and Cable. The addition of Jose Badano, Plant Manager at JSC, will continue to build a strong management team at Jersey Strand and Cable. Jose has 40 years of experience in the land gas turbine industry and aircraft engines specializing in conventional and non-conventional machining. Jose has held positions of MFG Supervisor, MFG Manager and Director of European expansion and Director of Manufacturing for companies such as... Read More

Wire Rope Manufacturer Introduces New Sales Manager

  Phillipsburg, New Jersey - April 4, 2019– Jersey Strand and Cable, Inc. is excited to introduce the newest member of our team, David Bell. David is stepping in to lead the sales team as our new Sales Manager. David holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Centenary College in Hackettstown, NJ. His professional background over the past 20 years included the US Navy as an Aviation Structural Mechanic/Aircrew and has been working in a sales management capacity with both domestic and international companies during this period of time.... Read More

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Wire Strands

Wire strands are small metal, usually cylindrical, strands that are bound together to conduct electricity, bear mechanical loads or transmit telecommunications signals. Wire strands can be bunched together in any number of configurations. The higher the strand count, the more flexible the wire.

Wire strands can be made from a variety of materials. Such materials include stainless steel, titanium, alloys and, less frequently, precious metals such as gold, silver and tungsten. Wire strands are bound in a few common ways. The least expensive type of stranding is bunched stranding, which is when strands are gathered together in no particular design or arrangement. This is an inexpensive option because it requires very little time and labor. This is also the most flexible wire strand configuration. Another type of stranding is concentric stranding, when strands are arranged in a circular pattern, with each layer alternating direction and each subsequent strand growing longer. Concentric stranding is known for its mechanical strength and crush resistance. In unilay stranding, strands are arranged in a circular pattern, but all layers are twisted in the same direction and all strands are the same length. Strands arranged thus are lightweight and allow for a small diameter. In a rope lay arrangement, strands are gathered into cabled groups, which usually consist of seven, thirteen or nineteen strands. They are gathered in these numbers because these groups can easily be put together into a circular configuration. Rope lay is the most flexible type of stranding and is usually found in cables sizes 10 AWG and larger. Finally, in equilay stranding, strands are twisted in alternating directions, with each layer the same length, to create a circular pattern. Bunched, concentric and unilay are the most common types of stranding.

These stranding processes and types are divided into stranding classes, each with different applications, starting with concentric strandings. All classes in Concentric Lay (Classes B-D) are designated to power cords, with flexibility increasing as you go down the alphabet. The following are the designations for strandings in Classes G-M (Rope Lay and Bunch Stranded): G: all cables for portable use (concentric lay), H: all cables that require extreme flexibility (concentric lay), I: apparatus cable and motor leads (bunched), K: 30 AWG copper wires; used for stationary service (bunched), and M: 34 AWG copper wires; used for constant service (bunched).

Wire strands are an excellent option for wiring when the consumer is seeking flexibility, especially in larger wire sizes. The larger the single wire, the less flexible it becomes. Thus, fine stranding becomes more necessary and practical as wires and cables get larger, as it allows for the needed flexibility that the single wire cannot provide. Aside from offering greater flexibility for routing, wire strands also boast more durability in the face of vibration and infrequent movement.

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