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Wire Rope System 8030

This system is actually an enlargement of systems from the 5000 category, in particular the 5040 and 5050. We also provide an overview here for planning a system for a particularly large area. This can be a single field with 7 x7 sex, a field with even more axes, or a row of several systems next to each other. The 8030 allows a large area to be covered with wide meshes. Despite the same number of axes, it differs from the 5050 fine mesh system. For support in choosing a suitable construction style, please refer to our climbing plants section (charts at the bottom of each plant profile).

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

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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 Width: 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: 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 trellis net, daycare in Bernburg / Saxony-Anhalt
Heavy Kit on outer insulation, 3 single 4030 systems 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, roses
Lattice for rose
Medium style- modified, rope/wall mounts WM 10101: slight compression and weaving assistance for ivy and Virginia creeper
Noise barrier, 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 compact, similar to 5050).
Wire rope net, tram main station Stuttgart
Heavy style cable system, aerated concrete walls at a high-rack warehouse, 10 x 33 axes, mesh size 1 metre, Dutchman's pipe, honeysuckle, and Clematis vitalba
Warehouse near Düsseldorf
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