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Wire Rope System 8030

This section deals with enlargements of the systems from the 5000 category, in particular 5040 and 5050. This variant (the 8030) serves to inspire and demonstrate how a climbing system can be planned over a large area. This can be a single field with 7x7 axes, as well as a climbing field with more axes or a series of several other wire rope systems. For more support in choosing on a suitable construction style, please also refer to our climbing plants section.

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

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The pre-assembled kits are suitable for all wall types with the exception of insulation, cladding, and thin-walled concrete elements. Alternatives can be put together in all cases.

 

Height x Breadth: according to the requirements of the respective wall situation. An area of max. 4.5 x 4.5 metres is shown (6.6 m x 5.4 m with Heavy/Massive Kits). Base approx. 0.5 - 1.5 m above the ground.

 

Expansion: With more cable AND more mounts, the basic form is expandable as desired. Analogous to the now available 4 intermediate supports (mounts) near the centre of the field, every 1.5 m or so, inter-supports  (mounts) should be integrated...for Heavy Kits: every 1.5 - 2.2 m (vertical ropes) or every 1.8 m (horizontal ropes). The number of 'axes' should be odd (so: 7/7, 9/9, or even 11/11). Banded nets (belt-like nets, e.g. 13/5 axes) or high arrangements (such as 5/15 axes) are also possible. Please note the special features of high greening, and be aware of lightning protection; ask us for help if you need it! For mesh sizes greater than 2.0 x 2.0 metres, choose system 8060. The basic shape 8030 can also be arranged with openings (break throughs), etc., and then is classified as 9040 or 9030.

Installation: carried out as shown in the diagrams; please refer also to the installation tips (above).

 

Vine Training/Shoot Guidance: Primarily as a cordon, e.g. a two-armed palmette or with several vines as vertical single trunks/stems. Also a fan shape is possible. See the related system 5040.

A big 'living' wall for (many) clematis, heavy style, 8 horizontal and 34 vertical ropes, 2 of 3 vertical ropes are inserted limply, similar to system 5050.
Wire rope net, daycare in Bernburg / Saxony-Anhalt
Heavy Kit on outer insulation, 3 single systems 4030 subdivide this wall better than an extensive grid, Clematis Montana
Clematis Montana on Insulation, backyard of a nursing home in Berlin
Wall lattice made of wire-cable, system 8030 Heavy Kit, rose.
Lattice for rose
Medium style modified, rope/wall mounts WM 10101. Slight compression and weaving assistance for ivy and Boston ivy types.
Noise protection wall, warehouse in Unterkaka / Osterfeld
Medium style- modified, rectangular fields instead of squares, clematis montana
Greening of a wall with Clematis Montana in Schleusingen / Thuringia
Greened wall with a wire lattice and clematis montana
Wall greening with wire rope grid and Clematis Montana
Climbing aid 8030, Medium Kit "Eco" clematis montana
Climbing plant support for clematis
Wire-rope net 8030 in massive style (but condensed, similar to 5050).
Wire rope net, tram main station Stuttgart
Heavy style, cellular/aerated concrete walls at a high-rack warehouse, 10 x 33 axes, mesh size 1 meter, Dutchman's pipe, honeysuckle and clematis vitalba
Warehouse near Düsseldorf
Easy Kit
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