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Ferrules Overview

Our SAHM ® Ferrules

We have more than five decades of knowledge and experience in techniques for the mechanical splicing of wire ropes; therefore we are able to offer an extensive range of ferrules for rope terminations. Safety is a major focus, with this in mind our ferrules are strictly produced from seamless materials. A wide range of materials allows specific splicing applications, with our extensive knowledge and flexibility we can support customers to find solutions for any specialized project.

Beyond lifting we can support you to find the right solution for your application, with ferrules produced to meet your requirements.

Our ferrules in use

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Copper ferrules

copper ferrule

Copper ferrules are frequently used with stainless steel wire ropes for marine purposes. They are available in the flat oval shape for wire rope slings, and as a round clamp for end stops. We supply copper ferrules for wire ropes with a diameter of 1 mm to 22 mm.

Stainless steel ferrules

stainless steel ferrule

Stainless steel ferrules are used in combination with stainless steel wire ropes for applications where an identical appearance is important. Alternatively, the slightly less expensive copper ferrules can also be used for stainless steel wire ropes. We supply stainless steel ferrules for wire ropes with a diameter of up to 28 mm.

Steel ferrules

steel ferrule

Ferrules made from mild carbon steel are frequently used for special applications such as concrete strap loops or in the fishing industry. They are available in the oval shape for wire ropes with a diameter of up to 40 mm. Our conical Flemish Eye ferrules are often used for offshore applications. We supply Flemish Eye ferrules for wire ropes with a diameter of up to 114 mm.