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Wire Strainer, XT1 Ratchet (FST00160)
 
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Visit www.strainrite.co.nz for more info! Tool Name: XT1 Ratchet Strainer Part No. Product FST00160 XT1 STRAINER BOX 25 FST00016 XT1 STRAINER DRUM 650 Link: http://www.strainrite.co.nz/Products/892-wire-strainer.aspx Key features * 11 tooth spool for finer control of wire tension * Frame with locking notch for improved performance and strainer integrity. * Two plane ramp for guidance of wire onto spool. Possibly the most versatile wire strainer on the market to date, The Strainrite XT1 Ratchet Strainer packs an arsenal of new design features, not to mention an attractive new look to help distinguish it from its predecessors. Here is a complete overview of these features and their benefits. Frame With Spring Locking Notch A recess in the frame of the XT1 houses a portion of the spring to prevent the spool from rotating in a particular direction when the wire strainer is under tension. As the teeth of the spool push against the spring, it remains locked to the frame. This provides rigidity to the wire strainer by preventing the spring and spool from disengaging from the frame. The locking notch also acts as a locking mechanism which secures the frame together when the strainer is used inline, without the wire tied to the frame. STRENGTHENING RIBS ON FRAME The "Y" shaped Strengthening Ribs on the Frame of the XT1 Ratchet provides rigidity to the frame when under tension. The shape allows for a continuous rib, whilst also allowing clearance for the wire spring clip 11 TOOTH SPOOL Similar Permanent Wire Strainers currently on the market only have 10 teeth. 11 teeth provide for finer tension adjustment for achieving recommended wire tensions LUG MECHANISM Another unique feature of the XT1 strainer is its lug mechanism. The lug provides a mechanism to utilize the strainer in an inline option without cutting the wire and threading it through the frame and spool. TWO PLANE GUIDANCE RAMP The addition of a lug with a two plane guide ramp on the spool provides a mechanism to effectively deflect the wire from riding up over the lug feature so that the wire is spread across the spool evenly (A single plane ramp as seen on other strainers does not provide a consistently effective means to deflect the wire). Like the other traditional Strainrite Permanent Wire Strainers, the XT1 Ratchet also has the oval hole in the spool to allow either one or two wires to be held side by side, correctly ori-entated to the spool axis. Retains optimum cross sectional area without compromising the axle strength.
The EASIEST to use wire strainers
 
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The Serca Fence strainer is the EASIEST to use wire fence straining tool on the market. It eliminates the frustration typically associated with conventional type strainers. Attach the chain to the strainer post, grip the wires with our spring assisted wire grabs, and simply wind the tensioning device handle until you achieve the required tension, Once the wire is tied off, simply unwind the handle and remove the grab. For more information go to http://ruralinnovations.com.au/
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Horsley wholesale chain strainer
 
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Sam straining a long fence run with chain strainers
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Kiwi Wire Strainer
 
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This old favorite of the high-tensile fence builder keeps line wires at optimum tension. Learn the basic installation in this clip. [FOLLOW US ON] Facebook: https://business.facebook.com/kencovefarmfence Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kencovefarmfenc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kencove
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High Tensile Wire Tensioning Tips from Zareba® Systems
 
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Maintaining the tension on your electric fence line is vital to make it fully functional. With this video from Zareba® Systems, you will learn the appropriate techniques for safely tensioning high tensile electric fence wire. Look for key fencing points and tips at these markers: – How to install in-line strainers (0:26) – How to install tension indicator springs (1:41) – How to apply tension to a wire (2:25) – How to accurately measure wire tension (2:35) – How to tension all the wire (2:47) – How to properly use multi groove poly spacers (3:02) A few additional tips for your high tensile wire installation: Fence Tension by Wire – The amount of weight needed to tension wire will depend on the type of wire chosen. High tensile wire is typically tensioned to approximately 200-250 pounds. Be sure you do not apply too much tension to wires. Excessive tension will damage wire and may lift fence posts out of the ground in low spots. In-line Strainer Tools – You can use a ratchet in-line strainer or tightener to tension wires. Ratchets will also allow you to adjust wire tension for temperature changes. Use a tension indicator spring to adjust each wire to the proper tension. Once achieved on one line, tighten the rest of the wires by feel to match that tension. In-line Strainer Location – For short stretches of fence line (less than 600 feet), the in-line strainer and tension indicator spring, known as the friction center, can be placed anywhere, but usually should be close to an end. On long, fairly straight runs, it is more ideal to place them in the middle so that tension is dispersed equally to both sides of the fence. Long runs with both straight and curving sections should have the friction center placed in the bends section rather than the straight section. For more ideas and advice, consider these additional resources from Zareba® Systems: –Your high tensile electric fence wire options: http://www.zarebasystems.com/store/electric-fence-wire/high-tensile –The benefits of high tensile fencing: http://www.zarebasystems.com/blog/hightensile/benefits-high-tensile-fencing/ –Installing electric fence wire: http://www.zarebasystems.com/learning-center/installation-guide/fence-wire-installation
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Spring Pin Wire Strainer (FST00055)
 
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Visit www.strainrite.co.nz Part Code Product FST00055 SPRING PIN STRAINER BOX 25 FPP00200 SPRING PIN STRAINER BUCKET 30 FST00058 SPRING PIN STRAINER BAG 100 FST00240 SPRING PIN STRAINER DRUM 650 FST00270 SPRING PIN STRAINER BULK 1000 Key Features: *Combines features of the Drop Pin and Cliplock wire strainer. *Spring loaded pin. *Cost effective & convenient to use *Hands free -- safer to use. Full Description The Spring Pin strainer combines features of the Drop Pin and Cliplock, providing automatic, spool locking via a spring loaded pin, making it a hands-free safe to use option. Click on the links below for more info: http://www.strainrite.co.nz/Category/111-springpin-strainer.aspx
Loop Around A Post - Gripple Plus
 
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Demonstration showing where one wire is wrapped around a post or anchor point to act as an end termination. The Gripple Plus range is up to 5 times faster than traditional knotting and tying, and, unlike crimps, it is not only a wire joiner, but a tensioner too. The patented internal mechanisms mean that tension can always be applied to the wire, year-after-year. Ideal for initial installation and maintenance and repair, the Gripple Plus range is suited to vineyard trellis, orchard trellis, wire fencing and greenhouse and poly-tunnel applications. The range comprises 4 sizes, to accommodate the whole range of wire diameter (Small, Medium, Large and Jumbo), and is suitable for both high tensile and mild steel wire.
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Tying Fencing Wire With Extended Bill Wire Knot
 
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Extended bull wire knot for joining fencing wire. Looses very little tension. Strong knot. Wire is used in crank shape to make tying easier. More fencing info www.rural-fencing.com.au Fence-Line Solutions
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Wire Strainers - 60 Second Wire Strainer
 
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Made by farmers for farmers, how to strain wire with the 60 second wire strainer, making easy work out of straining the wire fences on your property. clips are re-usable and very affordable.
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Wildlife Fence Construction – Part 6
 
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This training video demonstrates how to install a wildlife fence to prevent deer from feeding on agricultural crops. Part 6 - Step 8: Installing Top Wires - New Zealand Slip Knot - Step 9: Installing a Gate
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How to tighten fence with nothing but pliers
 
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Repairing A Fence Using A Stretcher - Splicer
 
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http://homesteadadvisor.com/ Sometimes barbed wire breaks. In my case someone ran through my fence... TWICE ! I'm using a Fence Stretcher / Splicer to repair the top (barbed) wire of my fence. This is a neat little tool for this specific application. Check it out... Here's a link to a Stretcher / Splicer like the one I used: http://astore.amazon.com/homegardenfarmimprovementemergencypreparedness.homesadvis0b-20/detail/B00004YK6I http://homesteadadvisor.com/
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Tying Off High Tensile Wire
 
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Step-by-step tying of a high tensile slip knot. This knot is used when tying off high tensile smooth wire or the horizontals of high tensile woven wire to your corner braces and end braces. This is the preferred method for tying off your ends because it gives a secure anchor point for the fence wire but still allows for some movement of the wire if something impacts the fence. 1. Bring the wire around your post, going over the top when it crosses itself. Grip it where the wire crosses back over itself. 2. From the point where the wire crossed itself, you will need about 12-18 inches of smooth wire to tie the knot. (If you don't leave it long enough, the high tensile wire will be very difficult to tie. If it is too long at this point, you can use high tensile wire cutters to trim off the excess.) 3. At the point where the wire crossed itself, bend the wire down at about a 45 degree angle. 4. Measure down a couple of inches and bend the wire back in the other direction to for a "Z". Here we measure off about 3 finger widths for the second bend. 5. Bring your wire back over the top of itself. The wire will catch itself in the first bend of the "Z" 6. Gripping from the tail end, push the second bend of the "Z" up through the opening between the wire and the post. When the second bend comes up through the opening, you can use your other hand to help pull it all the way through. 7. Once pulled through, straighten the wire out and bend it back over itself on the back side of the wire. This will form a dime to penny sized loop around the wire. 8. Now you will bend 2-3 tight wraps around the horizontal wire to close off the knot. Pull the wire down and measure down about 4-6 inches and bend a 90 degree handle into it. Using the bend in the handle as your leverage point, wrap the wire around itself 2-3 times. 9. After you have 2-3 tight wraps completed, make another wrap about half way around the wire. Pull it back around to you and then use the handle to crank the wire around and break it off. Do not twist the wire, but crank it around in a circle pointing down the fence line. This wire should break off cleanly after about a turn or so.
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How to wire your brace assembly
 
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Red Brand fence installation tip recommends using a strainer crank to keep brace wire tight after installation.
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H-brace Construction
 
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H-braces are necessary for permanent barbed and smooth wire fences. This video, narrated by Mindy Hubert, SDSU Extension Small Acreages Field Specialist, demonstrates H-brace construction.
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Bracing Part 2 of 2
 
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Expert Advice on Bracing Part 2
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standing pipe
 
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How To Tie A Tex Brown Knot
 
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Visit our New Zealand Site: www.strainrite.co.nz In this video North Island Fencing Specialist Hugh Morrison demonstrates how to tie a Texas Brown knot. If you like this video, be sure to check out our video on how to tie a figure 8 knot too!
How to Tension Fence Wire With a Wire Tightener and Tension Spring
 
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Tension springs are used for several purposes with fencing. Learn how to tension fence wire with Kencove tension springs. [FOLLOW US ON] Facebook: https://business.facebook.com/kencovefarmfence Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kencovefarmfenc/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kencove
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Lightning Wire Joiner
 
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How to easily tighten a clothesline
 
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How to easily tighten a rope style clothesline using a clothesline tightener. Includes a few tips to make install easy. I am using a stretchy rope because it is what I had and felt no need to throw away what was there. A clothesline with no stretch would work even better. Come visit us at www.ladyandthecarpenter.com to see our store or read our blog. Lady and the Carpenter is the home of Kevin's Quality Clothespins
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