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Wire Rope Trellis System 1010

Assembly sketch for wire rope system no. 1010

A simple and variable basic form, often without cables. Here the plant is attached directly to the wall mounts, arranged as you choose. This is only possible on scratch-resistant walls, (i.e., bricks). On externally-insulated walls, which are scratch-sensitive, this system is only possible with delicate or light annual climbers, using insulation fittings (rawl plugs). The main trellis structure is directly and selectively bound with binding material to individual, freely arranged eyelet mounts. It is possible to trellis a plant already present by forming a holding loop with two opposite-lying eyelets or u-nails and between them, a connecting cord or cable. *This type of trellis is not available as a kit; please select individual parts yourself.




Dimensions: according to the needs of each climbing plant
Mounting: eyelet screws allow a wall distance of 1 - 3 cm. Simple staples / u-nails (EK 03510) are often sufficient.

A vine cordon after winter pruning, held to the wall with individual eyelets
Grapevine cordon on single eyelets
Historical wall cladding, espalier pear with point- mounting as per 1010
Historical wall cladding, Moritzburg / Saxony
When a stronger anchoring becomes necessary, like with an already established wisteria, trellising with individual eyebolts (as with the 1010 system) is still an option.
Wisteria on a timbered house
Boston Ivy: new shoots after facade renovation. The thick main trunk is attached to the wall via holding loops/straps, which are attached to eyelets (U-nails) on both sides of each upper window.
Boston Ivy