Stainless Steel Tensile Cable Systems

Every one of our tensile solutions must find its individual balance. The equilibrium between its function as a tensile component and as a piece of art to enhance the architect's vision is essential. The system has to perform under load, be comfortable to use and offer room for architectural expression, from simple to grand. 

Every tensile structure defines its own way of reaching out to communicate with its surroundings. The Strudyna stainless steel tensile cable range was organised with the understanding. the range offers a solution platform that can be customised to today's lightweight architectural needs. 

An outstanding structural design can only be achieved when an architect's vision is matched by great products.

Choosing the right cable system can be the difference between an average or spectacular architectural design- we believe our new range of high tensile architectural design -  we believe our new range of high tensile architectural cable systems will be able to not only, meet, but exceed, your requirements for that visionary project. 

When choosing a tensile cable system the main criteria that we are able to assist designers to work through are the loads, applications and corrosion performance. If involved early enough in the design process, our engineers may suggest special cable configurations that offer a higher performance ration per diameter, resulting in smaller diameter cables being used, improving the overall aesthetics of the project. 

Also as important as the cable system selection is ensuring the cable structure is properly installed and maintained, sp that design loads are met, and the designer's vision is maintained for many years for the occupants of the completed structure. 

When selecting and installing structural cables.

  • Always choose the proper cable system based on the calculated loads
  • Never overload the tensile cable system greater than its designed working load
  • Always use tensile cables in a straight line or in-line pull only
  • Never use tensile cable systems for lifting cables