Gustav Wolf Wire Rope
Gustav Wolf Germany is undoubtedly the leading and most reputable manufacturer of tow ropes in the world elevator industry, which has been designing and producing various types of tow ropes for various industries, including the elevator industry, since the late 19th century. Gustav Wolf of Germany began his career in 1887 with the production of tow wire. In 1912, Gustav Wolf of Germany moved his factory from Bielefeld to Gütersloh and expanded his production. During these years, Gustav Wolf’s main activity was the production of steel tow ropes for use in the road and mining industries.
In 1936, with the invention of a device called the PATENT WOLF, or PAWO for short at the Gustav Wolf factory in Germany, a revolution took place in the world wire rope industry. A unique device whose main task is to reduce the waste of raw materials in the production of tow wire. In 1991, Gustav Wolf set up a new Gustav wolf tow rope factory in East Germany and the city of Nebra, and with the expansion of Gustav Wolf’s subsidiaries in the city, it became an important tow rope production site for elevators and crane ropes.
In 1995, Gustav Wolf increased the production of elevator tow ropes by purchasing the STAL plant from the French Dunlop Group, and in 1998 expanded the plant’s distribution network through its sales partners in the United States, Britain, Turkey and Australia. A partnership that still stands, making Gustav Wolf one of the most successful and influential companies in the world. In 2002, due to the expansion of Gustav Wolf’s activities, the company set up a distribution and sales unit in Herzebrock, Germany, where all products, including tow rope Gustav wolf ‘s accessories are ready to be shipped anywhere in the world.
In 2003, Gustav Wolf started another branch of its own wire factory in India. Gustav Wolf India Wire Rope Company still specializes in the production of high-tensile steel rope and galvanized tow rope.
The year 2004 was the first time that an Arab company called Brunton Wolf in the UAE signed a cooperation agreement with Gustav Wolf in the field of tow wire production, in order to make Gustav Wolf’s presence in the Middle East more colorful than before. In 2005, it was China’s turn to open the Gustav Wolf Wire Rope Sales Office in Hong Kong to increase sales of elevator Wire Rope in Asia. But that was not the end of Gustav Wolf’s presence in China. In 2006, with the opening of the Gustav wolf wire rope factory in Shanghai, Gustav Wolf’s cooperation with China increased, which led to an increase in the production and sales of more Gustav Wolf wire ropes in the world.
The successful production of elevator tow ropes with hemp kernels at the Gustav Wolf Wire Rope Factory in China began in 2007, which was a turning point in the production of products and the reopening of a new phase of production of the Gustav Wolf factory. In 2008, Gustav Wolf opened a new distribution and sales unit in the city of Roussillon with the aim of expanding its production activities. Finally, in 2010, Gustav Wolf opened another factory for the production of small elevator tow ropes in Hungary, and thus its activities. Spread all over the world, especially in Europe.
The German company Gustav Wolf with the slogan “Our brand in the world is mixed with quality and safety” after about 140 years continues to produce tow ropes and has 7 sets of factories in Germany and around the world. German Gustav Wolf elevator tow wire is offered in the form of hemp core and steel core with 8 * 19 structure and with general texture of Seale, Filler and Warrington.
Fotros Group, as the official representative of Gustav Wolf of Germany in Iran, offers various types of Gustav Wolf tow ropes and offers a 1-year warranty.
Technical specifications of Gustav Wolf Wire Rope
Gustav Wolf tow rope is currently known in 6 modelsF819 W-FC ،F819 S-FC ،PAWO 819W ،PAWO F3 ،PAWO F7 ،PAWO F7Sis presented.
In the boxes below, the general specifications of each model are located
For information on the complete technical specifications of each tow wire, click on the desired model