Description / Price
Long version of the eye bolt (ring bolt) WH 10150, stainless steel A2 (V2A), shaft M10 / H9, ring nut, lock nut, flange nut, special support washer d = 8.9 mm, seal (gasket) and long rawl plug (dowel). >>> Price
Wall eyelet for special cases with increased wall distance of 8 cm, sometimes in connection with WH 10181. For 1.8 mm steel cable. Conditionally suitable for 3 mm steel cable, but due to the longer overhang, has less stability and significantly higher deflection than the WH 10150. This wall eyelet is only suitable for Medium 'Classic' Kits if the distance from eyelet to eyelet (or to the next cross holder) is reduced to approx. 0.6 - 1.0 m instead of 1.5 m. There are exceptions for low cable systems up to 2 m height (for example- Cable System 8020), which are planted with slow growing plants such as annuals, clematis, roses or vine... then the wall eyelet is completely analogous to WH 10150, and can also be used in the same way as with a Medium 'Classic' Kit. Steel cable can only be tensioned slightly during assembly. Like the WH 10150, this eyelet is particularly suited for hollow bricks, but is compatible with many wall types (please check suitability via the link). When working with panel/board materials, anchoring is only possible in the substructure, and total material thickness should be at least 60 mm. Please also refer to the information provided for selecting appropriate eyebolts.
For exact precision with dowel holes (12 mm): hammer drill HB 44444. Alternatively: concrete drill, inexpensive masonry drill, or universal drill; selection also depends on wall type.
If necessary, please refer to our information on drilling. Usually with long plug DL 12090; grease the shaft slightly. With panel/board materials: use dowels DH 12075; in solid wood: no plugs (pilot-drilling about 8 mm, 9 mm front). For optimum sealing of the surface, it should be reasonably flat or prepared (sanded down). The wall eyelet is inserted into the pre-drilled hole (wood) or into the chosen anchors (plugs), screwed in and positioned using a mandrel or screwdriver transversely inserted through the ring. Further assembly is carried out as described for Medium Kits.
Production (Germany), ring eyelet and hexagon nuts from the Far East