The major deteriorating force for a Commercial fishing rope is the corrosion factor, predominant in marine environment. Larger outer wire diameter, the superior quality of galvanization and application of premium quality lubricant checks corrosion considerably and extends rope life and are the major benchmarks of every Usha martin Fishing Rope.
These benchmarks make Usha Martin a leader in the manufacturing of ropes for industrial fishing.
Hire Outer Wire Diameter
Hire Outer Wire Rope Diameter during rope design reduces corrosion and ensures better rope life in application.
Superior Quality Galvanization
Special Zinc Coating applied before wire drawing ensures improved adherence of coating , closer tolerances, improved fatigue property and longer rope life.
Unique Identification Tag
An Unique identification tag in every fishing rope stands for the commitment towards quality in every genuine Usha Martin Rope.
Application of Premium Quality Lubricant
Lubricant specially developed for fishing purposes ensures proper adhesive, retention, and pliable qualities. Even in extreme cold waters it provides excellent protection against internal and external wear and corrosion.
World Class Rope testing Infrastructure
Online testing as well as the intermediate testing plays a pivotal role in order to produce a superior rope at the final stage.
900 MT Breaking Load Testing Machine
In Continuation with the same policy, Usha Martin has installed an entire range of facilities like the 900 MT. Breaking Load Testing Machine.
Fatigue Testing Facility
USha Martin ropes are certified to conform to the stringent global specifications and quality norms of globally renowned inspection agencies Liyods Register of Shipping(LRS), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), American Petroleum Institute(API), Det Norske Veritus(DNV), etc.
USha Martin ropes are certified to conform to the stringent global specifications and quality norms of globally renowned inspection agencies Llyods Register of Shipping(LRS), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), American Petroleum Institute(API), Det Norske Veritus(DNV), etc.
Sheaves and grooved rollers should be checked periodically for wear in the groves which may cause pinching and abrasion of the ropes. If the groove bears the imprint of the rope it should be machine-cleaned or replaces with a sheave of harder material.
Sheave and roller bearing should be checked for free operation to avoid unnecessary wear.
Excessive wear in sheave bearings can cause rope fatigue from the vibration.
Excessively heavy sheaves should be replaced as they tend to rotate from centrifugal force after the rope stops