Over the years, Loos and Company has built a reputation as one of the largest manufacturers of domestic and specialty wire rope. What you may not know about us is that Gus Loos founded Loos and Company in 1958 and started importing cable from Germany in 1962. To this day, we continue to provide competitive imported products. When you need a 5,000 ft. bulk reel of ¼” 7x7 cable but do not have any specific domestic requirements, you need to make sure you call Loos and Company first.
Why, you ask? Well here are a few good reasons:
- Trusted Quality:Loos and Company has been providing the industry with the highest quality aircraft cable and wire rope – both import and domestic material – for more than 50 years. We have the experience and skills necessary to meet a wide variety of specifications and can certify every foot of cable that leaves our building. The cable we import has been proven to meet the requirements of Loos (and our customers) time and time again.
- Stocking Program: Within our 200,000+ sq. ft. facility, we maintain a robust stocking program. Loos and Company’s standard sizes range from 3/64” up to 3/8”, however we can provide additional diameters as needed in both 7x7 and 7x19 constructions. We offer the following lengths from stock:
- 500 feet
- 1,000 feet
- 1,500 feet
- 2,000 feet
- 2,500 feet
If you have specific packaging requirements other than the lengths listed above, Loos and Company can certainly provide cut lengths. Please contact us today with your specific requirements so we can work to get you exactly what you need.
- Countless Options: Whether you need domestic or import, stainless or galvanized, coated or bare – Loos and Company does it all! We provide a wide array of options of materials and are able to recommend a cable that would be best suited for your job. If you need help determining exactly what would work best in your application, contact us today using the link below.
Occasionally, projects arise that do not require domestic rope. If the job you’re working on does not have any specific domestic requirements, import may be the way to go.
However when you do need domestic, just let us know how domestic you need it. Download our guide below to learn about the different “levels” of domestic specifications.
Are you heading to New Orleans next week for the AWRF Spring Meeting & P.I.E? Stop by booth 312 during the PIE to speak with one of our wire rope experts.