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Wire Rope Systems: the 1000 Category

Grapevines trained as vertical cordons in Groitzsch / Saxony

In this section, you'll find the simplest constructions (climbing systems) we offer, which consist of only one wire line. These are usually chosen for narrow areas, when there is no space for parallel cables, or for their low cost mark. Vertical wires are almost always used in this case; single horizontal cables are seldom used, and are therefore treated as a special case. Single cable systems are suited for strong side-to-side swaying/snaking plants like Wisteria. For many other plant characteristics you can learn more in the Climbing Plants section of the website. Of course, several single strands can be grouped next to each other. This is an alternative to the climbing aids of the 4000-er category or also the 8010, if for design reasons no networking and wire framework is desired. If necessary, please also consult the planning guides. Note: Without correct care or trimming, scratch marks can occur on walls with external thermal insulation composite systems (ETICS) as a result of high wind and twisting of the spindles during the construction phase in single-wire systems.

System 1010

Simple basic form for selective fastening of plants.

System 1020

Vertical basic form for very low heights, up to ca. 3 m.

System 1030

Vertical basic form for low and middle heights, up to ca. 5 m.

System 1040

Vertical basic form for greater heights, up to ca. 7 m.

System 1050

Vertical basic form for heights up to 8 m and higher.

System 1060

Exemplary variant for single horizontal strands