FassadenGrün's 54 pre-assembled stainless steel climbing aids are available in five versions-- "construction styles." The first-- “Easy" style-- sets a minimum standard for all parameters and is available in three sub-categories: Mini, Basic-S (small), and Basic, described here. (Compare our easy styles here). You can order pre-assembled kits or assemble your own in our online shop.
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basic version for many applications
for low to medium loads
little wall distance of 3 cm, in solid wood without rawl up to 4 cm
extremely sturdy and very resilient
for cable diameter 3 mm
made of stainless steel AISI 304; wire rope clamps, and wire rope AISI 316
shaft thickness 7 mm, cut wood thread W7
easy to install, borehole diameter (rawl plug) 10 mm, bore depth only 7 cm
special eyelet screws available, but no variation for insulated walls or similar surfaces
rope tensioners and thimbles optional but not necessary
“Basic" Easy Kits are compatible with almost any type of wall, especially (without rawl plugs) in trusses/framework or pergolas, etc.. The standard anchor for this kit is the WH 07080 eyebolt with 7 mm shaft. Wire rope is fixed by looping it through the eyelet and clamping it with a cable clamp (clamps also included in kit). Rope tensioners (turnbuckles) and thimbles are not necessary and not included. Should you want a different type of eye bolt/eyelet screw (choose based on price, design, desired screw size, hole diameter, and wall type), you can assemble your order individually in the online shop. A high quality alternative, for instance, is the WH 08080.
Basic Kits are designed for private and professional use, for small and large surfaces, and are compatible with many plants (in some cases even with grapes and roses). Please check the individual traits of the plants in question and the system-compatibility charts provided. Like all easy kits/styles, basic kits are not meant for representative purposes or for heavy loads. They are more suited for walls like concrete retaining walls, flood control walls, and sound barriers... also for outbuildings, firewalls, and wooden structures. Please view the section on cable system planning for more general information and support.