Bridon-Bekaert launches line of resin end-stops

By Hannah Sundermeyer09 June 2021

Bridon-Bekaert Ropes Group now offers end termination design capability for crane ropes.

Bridon-Bekaert Ropes Group (BBRG) is now offering a line of resin end-stops to meet the requirements of crane OEMs, wire rope suppliers and crane operators.

Bridon-Bekaert Ropes Group (BBRG) is now offering a line of resin end-stops to meet the requirements of crane OEMs, wire rope suppliers, and crane operators.

Products are available to meet specific needs of existing OEM fitting systems, the company said.

“BBRG’s tested and proven resin end-stops in combination with our high performance cranes ropes form a reliable rope system solution for today’s state-of-the-art cranes,” said Travis Buck, global segment director of cranes and industrial, BBRG. “Our end-stops can be attached to our crane ropes by BBRG or by our authorized distributors, either in a service center or even at the jobsite if the situation requires, allowing for more flexibility and less downtime.”

BBRG designs all sockets in-house, using proven experience coupled with state-of-the-art 3D modelling software and finite element analysis to assist in the design process. 

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