Climbing net with square or rectangular "mesh," very versatile. All outer grid points are formed with wall mounts. But inside, almost only cross clamps are placed on the crossing/intersecting points. It is therefore a less resilient/sturdy but thriftier basic form compared with the 5030... with fewer wall mounts, drillings, etc.. Please also refer to the guidelines in the climbing plants section for support in choosing a suitable construction.
Order as a kit: parts list, information and assembly tips
|45-75 €||119.80 €||147-250 €||279.80 €||397.80 €|
Height x Width: with preassembled kits-- up to approx. 2.2 m x 2.2 m (with Heavy/Massive Kit- up to 4.0 m x 4.0 m). Base of climbing net approx. 0.5 - 1.2 m above the ground. Depending on the needs of the climbing plants, the meshes can be small (up to approx. 30 cm), medium-sized (up to approx. 50 cm), or - with extension (see below) also large (up to approx. 180 cm). For narrower mesh stitches, basic form 5050 is less expensive.
Expansion: With the same number of wall mounts but more wire rope, climbing nets up to 6.0 m x 6.0 m (up to 8.8 m x 7.2 m with Heavy Kits) and also rectangular arrangements as in the case of 8010 (see photo) are also possible. If necessary, free-floating cross points should then be replaced by wall mounts (for stability). With more cable *and* more mounts, the basic form is expandable as desired/required (see also the related system 8030). Please take into consideration the special features of high greenery and also lightning protection.
Installation: carried out as shown in the diagrams; please also refer to the installation tips above click on a chart for details).
Vine Education/Shoot Guidance: See diagrams. For small and medium mesh sizes, a small trellis form with a double flat arch (R 01), fan shapes (R 02); also as a cordon, asa double-armed palmette (R 03) or with several vines as single trunks/stems (without picture).