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Removing Gripple Plus from Line Wires
 
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Use a Flag Key or Wire Cutters to remove the pre-installed Gripple Plus, preparing the fence for termination at a straining point.
Views: 3635 GrippleTV USA
Agricultural Gripple release key
 
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The Gripple release key is used when uninstalling gripples from a trellis or fence wire. Remove the tension off of the wedge inside the Gripple with the Gripple torque tool , insert the pin of the release key into the small hole on the Gripple to slide the internal wedge off of the wire, thereby freeing the wire.
Views: 7286 Spec Trellising
Releasing D6 feat. Tensioning Tool
 
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The D6 integral locking system allows users to secure both channels simultaneously with one quarter turn. The tensioning tool can be used to release the product quickly and easily. Gripple Website: https://www.gripple.com
Views: 1762 GrippleTV
Repairing/installing trellis wires with Gripple
 
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See how fast and easy it is to repair broken trellis wires with gripples. Repair broken trellis wires in a matter of seconds.
Views: 376 Spec Trellising
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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Draper Fence Wire Tensioning Tool   57547
 
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The Draper Wire Strainer, or Tensioning Tool as it also known, is ideal for tensioning plain wire, barbed wire or stockfence on your timber fence posts. http://www.avsfencing.co.uk/draper-wire-strainer/
Pipe Supports & Hangers – For the Comprehensive Installation of Pipework
 
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Gripple Pipework solutions are designed for quick and easy support of pipework and other mechanical services. All Gripple Pipe Support and Hanger products are quick and easy to install, suitable for all pipework applications and above all, save labour, time and costs on site. Key products within this range include Gripple Universal Brackets, QT Universal Clamps and QT Trapeze Plus. Supplied in ready-to-use kits, the products in this range require no on-site cutting and eliminate the need for costly fabrication of traditional bracket assemblies. Gripple Website: https://www.gripple.com/
Views: 3142 GrippleTV
Fastlok Wire Joiner (FWC00092)
 
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Visit www.strainrite.co.nz Product Name: Fastlok Pottle of 20 (Part No FWC00092) Key Features: *For 2.50 to 3.0 mm high tensile wire *Hardened/electroplated jaws for long life *No tools required -- Reusable Full Description Fastlock wire joiner for 2.50 to 3.0 mm high tensile wire. Durable stainless steel springs, zinc body & hardened/electroplated jaws for long life. No tools required. Reusable. Click on the links below for more info: http://www.strainrite.co.nz/Products/577-fastlok-wire-joiner.aspx U.S residents click here: http://www.nzfenceusa.com/Products/577-fastlok-wire-joiner.aspx
2012 DBYD - The Essential First Step - Star Pickets.mov
 
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2012 DBYD - The Essential First Step - 30 Second TVC. Following on from extensive research, we here at Dial Before You Dig decided our next advertising campaign would target the most frequent occurrences whereby people damaged underground assets such as gas, electricity, water and communications. From this research we identified the most common damages as: • Star Pickets being driven into the ground • DIY's or one off users • Tradies / Small to medium business owners • Road crews Rather than illustrate the negative impact that disruptions to essential services create, this campaign highlights that through the use of Dial Before You Dig as The Essential First Step, no damage is done. This is the 15 second Hero TVC highlighting star pickets and their potential to cause damage in both rural and suburban properties. Thanks to Michael, Zoe, Joe and Spiro for their talent, time and effort on screen. Thanks to Hayden Gregory and Matt Wood @ Heydon Films. Thanks to Neil Pendergast, Peter Thomas and Noel Lean @ Tenix. Thanks to Dan Gibney @ Bunnings. Thanks to Trojan and Cyclone for the use of their tools in the shoot.
Views: 5199 DialBeforeYouDig1100
Montážní kleště na hadice LOC-LINE 78004
 
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Kleště umožňují jednoduchou montáž a demontáž hadic LOC-LINE. Více info zde: http://www.proexport.cz/Katalog/Hadice-Loc-Line/Velikost-3-4/78004-1_KLESTE
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