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Back mounting sockets and compression (swageless) terminations for balustrade cable

Back Mounting Balustrade Cable Wire System - Self Assembly

Self Assembly Back Mounting Balustrade Wire Kits

Complete back mounting balustrade wire and fixings kit. Ingenious ball and socket design ideally suited to straight runs, with all components produced from 316 marine grade stainless steel.

Designed and produced in the UK.

Stainless steel balustrade wire kits are usually delivered 48 hours from order.

This product is made in Britain

Back Mount Cable Rail, Self Assembly

Available Options Wire
(mm)
Wire Length
(metre)
Back Mount Sockets Tension Fitting DIY End Fitting Code Price (inc VAT)  
1m Back Mount Wire : 4 1 2 1 1 B2-F-04-1-A £30.00
2m Back Mount Wire 4 2 2 1 1 B2-F-04-2-A £31.20
3m Back Mount Wire : 4 3 2 1 1 B2-F-04-3-A £32.40
5m Back Mount Wire : 4 5 2 1 1 B2-F-04-5-A £36.00
7m Back Mount Wire : 4 7 2 1 1 B2-F-04-7-A £38.40
10m Back Mount Wire : 4 10 2 1 1 B2-F-04-10-A £41.40

Each Back Mount Balustrade Wire Kit consists of

  • 4mm 7x7 Stainless steel wire rope
  • Two back mounting sockets
  • One compression (swageless) ball for self-assembly
  • One threaded ball attached
  • One swage adjuster with lock nut

Back Mount Balustrade Wire Assembly

The wire is supplied with the adjuster end with threaded ball fixed onto the wire.

The ball terminal is supplied for assembly by the user. Tension is achieved by rotating the threaded ball in the swageless adjuster, tightening to suit, then locking with the lock nut.

Back Mount Sockets and Balustrade Wire Assembly

Installation

Back Mount Balustrade Assembly

Back mount socket dimensions:

Back Mount Balustrade Assembly Details

D=19mm

S=7mm

L=3mm


Stainless Steel Compression Ball Fitting Instructions

1. Cut Wire

Cut your wire to required length, we recommend using a set of good wire rope cutters to give you a neat and tidy cut.

Remember - measure twice, cut once! Please be as accurate as possible.

Cutting Wire

2. DIY Compression Fitting

You are now ready to attach the DIY end fitting.

The first step is to take apart your DIY compression fitting.

DIY Compression Fitting

3. Thread Nose Piece onto Wire

Taking the blank cable end place the nose piece over the stainless steel wire rope (ensuring the thread end is towards the end of your wire).

Thread Nose Piece onto Wire

4. Thread Cone onto Wire

Thread the cone onto the wire and push into the threaded cone chamber.

Thread Cone onto Wire

5. Place Ball End onto Wire

Take the stainless steel body and push onto the wire, eventually bringing the three component parts together.

Turn in opposite directions to thread them together.

Place Ball End onto Wire

6. Secure Ball End Fitting

Using a pair of 8mm and 9mm spanners screw the two sections together until tight.

Secure Ball End Fitting
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