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Esmet Drilling Swivels
Electroline Swivels

There are three styles available
(S) Steel with Cadmium Plated.
(SS) Stainless Steel
(SSP) Stainless Steel and Pressure Compensating (for deep sea water applications)
Esmet Working Swivels
The working Swivel has matched sets of 2 or more flush ground angular contact ball bearings that are permanently lubricated with high pressure grease and sealed at the factory.
Esmet Swivel Replacement Pins
 
Esmet Electroline® Crane Drilling Swivels angular contact ball bearings are the key to the superior performance of this factory made line of swivels offered by eMaterialhandling.com.  Water well drilling and underground utility contractors have discovered how useful the Esmet Drilling Swivels can be in increasing job production.  Matched sets of precision ground angular ball bearings enable the swivels to effectively handle high thrust loads encountered in a wide range of lifting and pulling operations.
These factory made swivels let the load rotate under control, allowing the wire rope to neutralize itself and greatly increase the service life of the wire rope.
These high performance swivels are available to handle safe working loads from 1/2 ton to 15 tons, with cranes and other lifting devices used in construction, mining, cargo handling, oceanographic and other fields.
The Working Swivel units are made of high strength alloy steel (120,000 psi yield strength and 140,000 psi ultimate strength) and all external surfaces are zinc plated to protect against rust and corrosion.  Designs also are available in stainless steel.
There are two or more angular ball bearings built into the eight designs offered and all are factory lubricated and sealed to maintain internal lubrication for the life of the swivel.  Swivel to line terminations are easily made in the field with the factory sleeve and plug technique.
A Sleeve and plug terminating technique is used to connect the wire rope directly to design series 6,000,6300, and 6400 swivels.  The sleeve and plug concept was originated by the factory more than 40 years ago and is considered the best mechanical termination process available.
This procedure requires no heat, no acids nor special tools as used in other termination methods, and allows for ease in field installation using simple hand tools.   Especially suited for uses with water well drilling rigs.
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Esmet Model 6000 Working Swivels
Model 6000
Esmet Model 6100 Working Swivels
Model 6100
Esmet Model 6200 Working Swiviels
Model 6200
Esmet Model 6300 Working Swivles
Model 6300
Esmet Model 6400 Working Swiviels
Model 6400
Esmet Model 6500 Working Swivels
Model 6500
Esmet Model 6600 Working Swivles
Model 6600
Rope
Size
S.W.L.
Tons
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6000
6100
6200
6300
6400
6500
6600
6700
1/8"
.5
6012
6112
6212
6312
6412
6512
6612
6712
1/4"
.75
6025
6125
6225
6325
6425
6525
6625
6725
3/8"
1.5
6037
6137
6237
6337
6437
6537
6637
6737
1/2"
3.0
6050
6150
6250
6350
6450
6550
6650
6750
5/8"
5.0
6062
6162
6262
6362
6462
6562
6662
6762
3/4"
8.5
6075
6175
6275
6375
6475
6575
6675
6775
7/8"
10.0
6087
6187
6287
6387
6487
6587
6687
6787
1"
15.0
6099
6199
6299
6399
6499
6599
6699
6799
All fittings furnished in cadmium plated steel.  Also available in stainless steel and pressure compensating models for deep sea water applications.
Procedures for Use and Inspection
Loads should never exceed the safe working loads (S.W.L.) shown.  Any shock load, overload, or side load beyond the S.W.L. can damage or deform the swivel, in which case the manufacture warranty is void under these conditions.  
Swivels should be inspected regularly for signs of damage due to overloading, a condition identified by spinning the swivel by hand.  If the motion is rough or has a ratchet like effect, the bearings have been damaged and should be replaced.
Side loading can occur if the swivel is improperly used as part of a sling or when it is pulled over a sheave while loaded.  Damage is indicated when the swivel turns freely in one spot and locks in another, or by inspecting the gap between the barrel and shank.  If the gap is wide on one side and closed on the opposite, there is damage.
Swivels showing signs of failure should be returned to the factory with a detailed history of the unit - use of swivel, how employed, loads imposed, length of service, etc.  

 

 
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