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Wire Rope Trellis Fitting M8 'Premium' w/ Plug, WM 08133

Stainless steel rope mount

Product Sheet

Description / Price

High quality cable 'cross mount,' stainless steel V4A, smooth shaft M8, cross head d= 15 mm with grub screw, hex flange nut, pressure washer (curved thrust washer) d = 7.9 mm with laminated seal, special rawl plug (dowel). A similar head is also available separately. >>> Price

 

Application

For 3 mm cable, standard holder for medium "premium" kit, in accordance with the specifications of the respective wire rope system. Simple or crosswise cable guidance; the distance from mount to mount should not exceed 1.5 m, if possible. Compatible with nearly all wall types; please check suitability via the link. Also suitable for panel/board building materials with a material thickness of at least 40 mm; for thinner plates, see below. Wall distance 6 cm. Please refer to the section cross mounts for support in selecting proper fittings.

 

Recommended Tools

For accurately fitting rawlplug holes (10 mm): hammer drill HB 44444. Alternatively, for impact drilling: concrete drill, inexpensive masonry drill, or universal drill; selection also depends on wall type.

 

Mounting

If necessary, please refer to the guidelines we've provided on drilling. Drill a 10 mm hole, approx. 9 cm deep. In solid/massive wood without plugs (dowels): pre-drill approx. 6mm, in front 7 mm. For optimal sealing, the surface should be reasonably flat or made so (by sanding). Grease the shaft a little, grasp the mount on the hexagon flange nut with an open-ended wrench, and screw in. Further installation should be carried out as described for medium kits.

 

Special Features

In the case of exposed brickwork (fair faced masonry), you can install into a joint wall with 17.5 mm breadth, but then without pressure washer/gasket: see photo 03. Remove the tightly sealed pressure  washer: turn the washer several turns upwards in the direction of the flange nut in order to enlarge the sealing hole; then turn in the other direction, or if possible, remove it. 

In the case of hollow brick: first pre-drill smaller holes and then carefully drill 10 mm without impact (pressure) drilling. Should the plug nevertheless turn in the hole, drill carefully up to 12 mm and use long rawl plug DL 12090 (we will deliver this plug at no charge). 

Second alternative: drill up to 16 mm, set sieve sleeve SD 16085 with composite mortar and glue the white special anchor/plug in place. After setting (drying), remove any mortar within the plug by drilling it away with a 6 mm drill.

For through-hole assembly, a bolt set is available.

 

Source

Own "made in Germany" production: head from Saxony, shaft and thrust washer from North Rhine-Westphalia, plug from Baden-Wurttemberg; small portion from the Far East.

Cable mount installed in 27 mm larch formwork with laminated wood lathes underneath (Version 04 -. See 'attachment'), grapevine
Wire rope mount on cladding
Robust but yet almost invisible: System 7050 on a concrete wall
Stainless steel wire rope system
Installing the wire-rope mount
Screwing in the mount