Assembly Specialty manufactures aircraft flight control cables to commercial and military specifications. Our cable assemblies are used to control the orientation of the aircraft while in flight by connecting the cockpit controls with the primary operating mechanisms in the wings and rudder.
A wide range of wire rope cable assemblies are used in amusement rides. Assembly Specialty manufactures cables for applications such as structural support and those used in passenger carrying compartments. Every ride presents a different set of requirements that are typically a critical component to rider safety.
Decorative cables are popular to enhance the visual appeal of railings and staircases. They can serve multiple functions; both as an integral component of strength and safety along with their unique cosmetic qualities. Wire rope and the fittings are available in many different configurations, designs, and finishes.
When reaching over objects with a load is required, a boom crane provides the arm to get the material where it is needed. These cranes are made in a variety of designs and use several cables to operate the boom that provides the lift and/or telescopic arm to move objects. Assembly Specialty manufactures the fittings, wire rope pendant, and boom extension and retraction cables for many of the largest crane manufacturers in the world.
These cranes are built to serve in challenging environments. For this reason they are available as mobile cranes, all terrain cranes, and crawler cranes.
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For the construction industry, Assembly Specialty manufactures a broad line of products. Stressed by fluctuating forces, corrosion and the need for a variety of termination requirements and size constraints, wire rope is a common solution for construction. Architects and engineers rely on Assembly Specialty for products that meet exacting standards for safety and efficiency.
Conveyor cable links for conveying systems
Wire rope is an ideal carrier for many styles of conveying systems due to its flexibility and strength. Conveying systems frequently have to carry parts around corners. Assembly Specialty provides cables with swaged carriers and discs for conveying systems that permit moving material with ease.
The farming industry uses many types and sizes of wire rope for lifting, pulling, fencing and control cables for opening and closing doors and mechanisms. Assembly Specialty manufactures step assemblies and suspension components in addition to the above.
Guard Rail and Highway Safety
For guardrail fabricators, Assembly Specialty provides wire rope assemblies that have been tested, approved and accepted as meeting established federal and state safety guidelines.
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Hoist and Winches
Wire rope cable assemblies are the most frequently replaced component in hoists and winches used to routinely lift and transport all types of products for manufacturing operations and transportation. Assembly Specialty manufactures fittings for every type of hoist application and specializes in supporting OEMs and service companies with the highest quality on-time cable assemblies for production and replacement installations.
Assembly Specialty manufactures wire rope assemblies for offshore applications to cope with demanding conditions. Our products are used on hoists, for mooring, anchoring and riser tensioners.
The diverse needs of the military require wire rope to be specified for many uses. Assembly Specialty provides pull cables for actuating and adjusting components, as well as cables for hoisting, restraining, suspension, tensioning and transportation.
Manufacturers rely on Assembly Specialty to provide the wire rope fittings and assemblies that are used in the production of their products. Many OEMs have their cable assemblies produced and shipped just-in-time to meet predetermined production schedules. In addition, critical field replacement parts are shipped directly to their customers, often manufactured and shipped the same day.
With safety and performance at stake, Assembly Specialty manufactures wire rope assemblies for the recreation industry. Recreational manufacturers rely on us for assemblies used for climbing, zip lines, tree houses, ski lifts and other recreational products.
Rigging shops are no stranger to wire rope. They specialize in industrial and commercial lifting applications, yet they rely on Assembly Specialty to extend their capabilities when they have an opportunity to capture business outside of the range of their equipment and expertise. We act as their back room, providing a unique service to enhance their ability to serve customers and increase sales and profit.
Wire rope assemblies are structural components of the tracks on which heavy duty road paving machines often travel. Machine manufacturers rely on Assembly Specialty for these critical wire rope assemblies that withstand the rigors of rough terrain and road paving.
Assembly Specialty manufactures the highest quality wire rope assemblies for a range of marine applications including use on various vessels and sailboats for shrouds, stays and other rigging.
Wire rope is used in bridges and buildings to secure and stabilize steel and concrete structures, and equipment during seismic disturbances such as earthquakes. Assembly Specialty produces cable assemblies that will meet the full range of requirements.
Due to its strength and flexibility, wire ropes have been used in buildings and bridges almost since their inception in the 1830s. Assembly Specialty provides wire rope assemblies that marry load requirements with enduring aesthetics for architectural structures.
Staging a show requires wire rope to hoist everything from actors with a body harness, lighting fixtures and set designs. Assembly Specialty provides high performance rigging products necessary to turn your ideas into reality.
Commonly seen at major construction sites, often hundreds of feet into the air, tower cranes provide the lifting to get structural steel and other building materials and equipment to the top of the structure. These cranes use special non-rotating wire rope in lengths that have to reach from the ground to the maximum height of the building.
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