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Reel Capacity Calculator v1
The reel capacity calculator provides maximum length of cable, cord or pipe your specified reel will accommodate, or how big your reel or bobbin needs to be to accommodate your specified length of cable

Reel Capacity

Subject

Reels, or drums, are used to contain a specified length of cord, wire or flexible member (e.g. flexible or steel pipe) dependent upon its packing density. A high packing density (100%) will require perfect fleeting. A low packing density (50%) will mean that little control has been exercised over wrapping. Anywhere in between will reflect the fleeting quality used to fill the reel.

Calculator

Reels has two calculation options Capacity and Size;

Capacity calculates the length of pipe or cable that can be accommodated within the outside diameter of the reel flanges based upon the packing density

Size calculates the size of reel (diameter or width) that can accommodate a specified length and diameter of pipe or cable.

Both calculation options require you to enter a value for packing density.

For help using this calculator see Technical Help

Reel Capacity Calculator - Options

Capacity

Finds the total length of cable (pipe, cord, rope, etc.) that a reel of your size will hold.

You enter: and the reel capacity calculator will provide:
  • Flange diameter
  • Drum diameter
  • Drum width
  • Cable diameter
  • Packing density
  • Cable length (filling the reel)

Size

Finds the drum width (if you enter a value for flange diameter) or the flange diameter (if you enter a value for drum width) required to accommodate your length of cable (pipe, cord, rope, etc.).

You enter: and the reel capacity calculator will provide:
  • Drum diameter
  • Cable diameter
  • Packing density
  • Cable length
  • Flange diameter or drum width
  • Drum width or flange diameter

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