The use of wire rope has grown immensely in popularity over the past several decades. It has replaced conventional fiber rope and chains in many applications. With the rise in wire rope usage, the demand for wire rope splicing also grew as industries adopted technologies which utilized wire rope in the manufacturing process. Within the food processing industry, spliced wire rope loops are used on conveyor systems to pull product through the production process. There are a variety of splicing methods to fit every application in the wire rope market.
Our specialty is the Long splice. The Long splice is used to create a continuous or endless loop of wire rope frequently utilized on conveyor systems. The actual splice is a difficult multi-step labor intensive process in which two wire rope ends are joined end to end and the strands are intertwined to merge the two individual ropes ends.
At Will Ryer & Son, Inc., we have been a leader in the Long splice wire rope technique for more than 60 years. We utilize a variety of complex techniques to achieve the tightest, most durable splice possible. Our splices are found in a variety of applications from drilling rigs to conveyor systems.
Our proven experience can be viewed first hand in the quality of our splices we perform regularly for diverse clientele in the Unites States and internationally. If you would like to request a quote on our splicing services you can click here. If you would like to learn more about our history you can click here.