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Wire Rope System 2030

Assembly sketch for wire rope system no. 2030

This is an economical version of the basic form 2050 and is used when, due to narrow/cramped conditions, three horizontal cables won't fit. The vertical lead wire often only serves as stem lead or guidance, and the short vertical wire in the middle offers the plants an additional 'grip.' Please also refer to the guidelines in our climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable construction style (see the charts at the bottom of each plant profile).

Order as a kit: list of parts, information, and assembly tips

Easy Light Medium Heavy Massive
£15-27 £45 £59-108 £108 £151
 17-30 €  49.80 €  65-120 €  119.80 €  167.80 €
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The pre-assembled kits are suitable for all wall types, with the exception of walls with external insulation, cladding, and thin-walled concrete elements. Alternatives can be put together in all cases.

 

Height x Breadth: max. 3.5 m x 3.0 m (with heavy / massive kits- 4.0 m x 3.6 m); distance between the horizontal ropes: approx. 15 -50 cm. Base point approx. 0.3- 1.2 m above the ground. With more cable and mounts the basic form is expandable as desired. Then a mount should be set in between approx. every 1.5 m to 1.8 m. 

 

Installation: as shown in the diagrams. Take into account the installation tips (above in chart); with a middle 'classic' kit, observe special case 01. Please contact us with any questions. 

 

Vine Training/Shoot Guidance: See diagrams. Horizontal-cordon with attachment or insertion of green shoots on the top rope (R 01). If with the leafy stem/trunk, then as a garland. It is optimal when two plants are in a planting pit with separation of the vertical cordon and horizontal cordon, especially at greater heights and/or widths, whereby the angled vine is then guided vertically with the un-leafy trunk. With two plants in one pit or, in the case of replanting the vertical vine later,  two separate planting pits (R 02) should be used. Another option: 2 parallel garlands from one vine... then the minimum distance of the two lines above should be approx. 70 cm (R 03).

Medium Kit on a garage, honeysuckle
Wire rope system on a garage
Medium Kit for a climbing rose
Wire rope tensioning system for roses
An Easy Kit modified for a potted mini kiwi.
Espalier system for Actinidia
Ivy 'tree' Hedera helix “Arborescens”
Climbing support system for ivy "Arborescens"

Grapevine training on system 2030

R 01
R 02
R 03
A heavy construction design modified with WM 12XX8 on an outer insulation wall; extended and supplemented above with an additional "cable bridge" with 2 mounts, climbing roses
Greening with wire rope

Easy Kit

 

Medium Kit "Classic"

 

Light / Medium ("Eco" and "Premium"), Heavy / Massive Kits