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Soft Rubber Binder, GC 01010 and GC 22599

Gummibinder mit Schlaufe

Product sheet

Description / Price

Highly flexible finishing tie in loop form of rubber black, very elastic (about 20 - 50%), permanently elastic and UV stable, heat stable, with 10 cm length. Designed for professional use in orchards.

2 sizes and packaging:

  • Small pack of 10 each - Price

  • Large pack á 225 pieces - Price

 

Depicted is the size 11 cm. Size 10 cm is now sold by us and is therefore a bit smaller.

 

Use

Bonding material for high standards. For almost all binding work, but especially for completely constriction-free link sensitive, green young shoots, which are crucial for later building of stem and branch structure of vines and therefore need special protection. Especially for young and older shoots of Clematis (see photo). Low pressure at the same time large contact surface due to the wide, flat rubber profile. For Trellises from cable and wire and trellis slats and rods. The very soft, but relatively tight rubber binder is completely maintenance-free for many years and thus saves a considerable part of the maintenance services of espalier plants. Please use, if necessary, the general information on the binding material.

 

Assembly

As seen in the photos, in simple lattices, with wire and iron bars usually with double wrap.

 

Particularities

If the tie is too short, two pieces can become 'chained' together. For bonds that are possibly dissolved after a season or after two years, even inexpensive Elasto-string is suitable. For trunk diameter > 5 cm Velcro or bandage is recommended.

We offer this product in plastic, because no comparable products from renewable raw materials are available.

 

Origin

EU (Belgien und Italien)

Clematisbinder
Gummibinder
Young vine shoot, gently secured with soft-rubber binder
Binder für Spalier-Pflanzen
Grape vine on a trellis bar
Einschnürung infolge Draht-Bindung
Constrictions with other materials can usually be 100% prevented with soft rubber binders. Such growth abnormalities in the wood can cause permanent deficiencies in the affected area of plants.