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TECNI® 4mm Cable Balustrade Straight Run into Wood or Masonry - 160.240.001 LH

  • Designed for straight runs into wooden posts or masonry
  • Use with right hand fitting other end
  • UK-manufactured from 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel 

This left hand stainless steel fitting is suitable for use with 3mm and 4mm cable and designed for straight runs of balustrade into wooden posts. The M6 wood thread is easy to drill into wooden posts and with the addition of a rawl plug goes into masonry. 

This fitting is very versatile and will look great for any domestic or commercial balustrade, garden trellis, pergola, and suspended system project where specialist swaging tools are not an option.  

Choose the same right hand fitting to go at the other end of your run to produce tension.
£10.59
QtyPrice (per unit)
1 - 9£10.59
10 - 49£9.55
50 - 99£8.48
100 +£7.42
Product Code: 160.240.001

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Technical Info

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  • A top rail, capable of withstanding a compressive load, should be fitted to help absorb the considerable force exerted by the cables on the end posts. Without one the posts are likely to fall in and the cable to go slack.

 

  • When drilling your posts and anchor points, the following sizes apply for the M6 system:
    • Intermediate post clearance holes: wire size +1mm.
    • Wooden anchor points - Pilot hole of 4mm
    • Steel anchor points. Drill 5mm hole and Tap M6
    • If tapping into metal posts, ensure the tapping tool is straight in all planes. The angle at which the 5mm holes are drilled into the posts is critical. Be sure that the measurement point and position of the holes are correct.

 

  • For the best look, when screwing the studs into the posts ensure the depth of the stud and the amount of visible thread is the same for each stud all the way down the post.

 

  • For correct tensioning using 75mm (3 in) spacings the cable should not deflect to more than 100mm (4 in). If you have the means to test it, tension the cables to 102kgf (225lbs) per cable


Note: You should always check with your local planning office to confirm that horizontal wires will be allowed


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