To make the orientation easier, wire rope technology of high-grade stainless steel is classified into 54 "wire rope systems" and arranged by FassadenGrün respectively into five construction styles/kits. The "Heavy Style/Kit" is the fourth version and is characterized mainly by the expansion pressure-free mounting and is ideal for highly porous brick, but also generally for walls and sensitive border-edge areas. You can buy cable systems already assembled as "Heavy Kits," but you may also supplement, or self-assemble all the items in the online shop for your unique trellis kit.
affordable due to threaded shaft
wire guided with "wire holders"
for middle to higher loads
for wall distances of 7-8 cm (also 13 cm)
for 4 mm of wire-cable
stainless steel AISI 304, wire rope AISI 316
easy to install and assemble, most drilling diameters 16 mm
All heavy wall mounts are firmly connected to the wire rope and fixed to the wall. The wire rope is "decoupled" in several sections; loads are evenly divided between end- and inter-supports. Shock loads are absorbed dynamically via the elastic deflection of the supports. If there is still overload, the wire rope can slide in the clamp head of the cross mount and be readjusted or re-tightened.
Heavey-duty rope technology includes as a standard support: WM 12191 made of Inox or stainless steel metal (high grade steel) with a strong M12 threaded shank, seal, and crosshead, and with this, sieve hulls and composite mortar (non detachable connection, 7 cm of wall distance). This cable technique is particularly suitable for sensitive walls, such as porous lightweight verticle perforated bricks ('Poroton', 'Eder', etc..), and generally where a bonding of the holder is desired. Other holders are possible if you put together the kits yourself; the choice depends then on the wall type.
Wire rope technology in a "heavy construction"/Heavy Kit is versatile in its application, especially in the professional area, at higher altitudes, with heavier loads, with increased wall distance, in public spaces, and with such climbing plants where the heavy version is recommended. Please use the general tips, when required, for planning.