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Staple-like nail made of high-grade steel with a ring joint stop forced on and at the nail shaft, 3.5 mm strong, standard length of 55 mm (KN 04055), special delivery length 35 mm of (KN 04040) p. below. >>> Price
Especially for the selective adhesion of vines according to wire rope system 1010. Also for the final connection of wire (or wire rope as an easy kit, to 3 mms of diameter) in freely standing growth aid planks of half-timbered houses etc... Also as an interfixture and here the less expensive staples are recommended. Furthermore as a hook in the vineyard. Suited for hammering into softwood and hardwood, also in the end-grained wood. For massive wood as well as for casings. In connection with dowel DH 06040 KN 04055 is also suitable for wall mounting - as low loaded pressure aid. Please also use the linked information to select appropriate eyebolts.
In most softwood, the nail can be knocked in without pre-drilling in the highlighted places. When hammering , a sleeve or a plate between hammer and tacks nail should be used, because with the hammer, rust spots as a result of material mixtures at the point of impact which can be caused by direct contact. Hardwood should have drill holes with diameter 2.5 or with Robinia even with 3.0 mm. Here a bore hole and nailing is needed. Alternatively, at striking surfaces one can use sandpaper to remove iron grinds and future rust. In open- wind positions and using only one-sided tension of wire frames, the wires join together with staples on the side turned into the wind to prevent later damage.
Most wires are routed only through the loops of the staple nails and then 'twisted' separately and thus secured separately. If wires or ropes are, however, directly attached to the nail hook, this should be hammered as deep as possible, so that the bent end is stuck in the wood. Then, the resulting eye absorbs more load. When hardwood is used,then pre-drill for the bent end, preferably with a cardboard template. Both the wooden cross shaft parts of the nail should be slightly offset to minimize crack-stress to the grain of the wood. If necessary, grind the striking surfaces down at the eye with fine sandpaper -after striking , to remove iron worn out by the hammerhead and prevent rust lanes that comes with that.
The special size KN 04035 is available as of 1,000 pieces.
"Made in Germany" (North Rhine-Westphalia)