Tensioned Wire Trellis Kits

DIY Tensioned Stainless Steel Wire Trellis Kits

DIY Tensioned Stainless Steel Wire Trellis Kits

Our unique and versatile wire trellis kits are ideal for creating tensioned stand-off systems to your own specifications, suitable for large scale installations.

Tension Stainless Steel Wire Trellis Kit

Designed to be durable and strong, perfect for high load applications. Quick and easy to install onto masonry and hardwood timber with the use of a few simple tools.

You can mount this tensioned wire trellis system in any direction you require, horizontally, vertically and diagonally to create a stunning living wall design.

Manufactured in the UK with all components produced from 316 marine grade stainless steel, ensuring this product will stand the test of time.

Each kit comes complete with a stainless steel stud already fixed at one end of the wire rope, with our innovative compression fitting supplied to attach at the length you require.

Giving you complete control to create ambitious and stunning wire trellis installations at an affordable price.

DIY Tensioned Wire Trellis Kit

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Code Price (inc VAT) Quantity 
Wire Trellis Kit - 1m 4 1 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-01 £45.60
3-5 days
Wire Trellis Kit - 2m 4 2 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-02 £46.80
3-5 days
Wire Trellis Kit - 3m 4 3 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-03 £48.00
3-5 days
Wire Trellis Kit - 4m 4 4 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-04 £49.20
3-5 days
Wire Trellis Kit - 5m 4 5 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-05 £50.40
3-5 days
Wire Trellis Kit - 7.5m 4 7.5 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-07 £53.40
3-5 days
Wire Trellis Kit - 10 Metre 4 10 86 96 16 8 40 TGW-KIT-010 £56.70
3-5 days

Dimensions: For full product dimensions and information please view this page on a tablet, laptop or desktop computer.

Each kit consists of:

  • 1 x 4mm diameter 7x7 stainless steel wire rope to your chosen length
  • 1 x 4mm M8 threaded stainless steel stud fixed at one end
  • 1 x 4mm M8 threaded stainless steel DIY end stud
  • 2 x Surface mounting stainless steel hubs
  • 2 x Stainless steel M8 nuts
  • 2 x Stainless steel M8 dome nuts
  • 2 x Stainless steel M8 dual thread screws

Delivered 3 to 5 days from order

Made In Britain
DIY Wire Trellis Kit


Stand-Off Wire Trellis Hubs

Stand Off Wire Trellis Hub Dimensions
L1 L2 D1 D2 D3
86mm 96mm 16mm 8mm 40mm

Additional Stand-Off Wire Trellis Hubs are available to purchase separately.

Ideal addition to our tensioned wire trellis kits for complex wire trellis installations.

Manufactured from marine grade 316 stainless steel.


S3i Video

Video: How to install the S3i Tensioned Wire Trellis System



Tensioned Wire Trellis Installation Advice. An overview of DIY installation, tips and advice. Find out how easy it is to fit one of our tensioned trellis kits yourself.

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Download and print our installation advice sheet for the DIY Tensioned Wire Trellis Kit.


Information

Where can I install my wire trellis kit:

The system can be mounted either vertically, horizontally or diagonally onto masonry and timber surfaces.

Vertical gardens offer the advantages of increased growing area and increased accessibility.

No matter which direction you decide to go, we recommend spacing your wires equally to provide an even coverage.

Tensioned wire trellis is perfect for climbers, creepers and rambling plants such as Ivy, Roses, Clematis, Nasturtiums Honeysuckles, Wisteria and vertical vegetable gardens.

Over time with care and attention plants will grow to provide a wonderful and unique feature to any garden setting.

Horizontal and Vertical Mounted Tension Wire Trellis


Mounting

Important: For a perfect fit you will need to leave no more than 30mm of thread protruding from your mounting surface.

DIY Tensioned Wire Trellis Kit Fixing
Tensioned Wire Trellis Kit Diagram

The dual thread pin allows direct installation into hardwood timber (such as oak) and if combined with the correct rawl plug it is attachable to almost any masonry surface.

Dual Thread Screw with Hex Head
Dual Thread Screw Mounted into Timber and Masonry

Hub Adjustment and Alignment:

Hub Alignment

Perfect alignment can be achieved by simply turning the adjustable base plate of your hub in or out, to ensure a secure and rigid fixing.

In Our Opinion

Want to add vertical wire

Cross clamps are available for the addition of vertical wires (please see below).

DIY Installation

Wood and masonry mounting

Mounting Trellis Hubs

The tensioned cable trellis system is suitable for flat mounting onto either wooden posts or masonry wall surfaces using the mounting screws supplied.

Note : when mounting onto masonry surfaces please drill a hole and insert a plastic wall plug before fastening. If a wall is particularly brittle or old - a chemical resin may be applied to further strengthen the hold.


An overview of DIY installation tips and advice.

1. Getting Started

It is a good idea to layout your design onto the relevant surface with a pen or chalk prior to drilling any holes, taking factors such as brick spacing into consideration.

Layout your project

2. Drill Pilot Holes

The dual thread pin allows direct installation into hardwood timber (such as oak) or if combined with the correct rawl plug it is attachable to almost any masonry surface. We recommend a 3mm or 4mm drill piece for wood installation or a 7mm if using a brown rawl plug (on brick you may need to opt for an 8mm drill to reduce the chance of cracking).

Drill pilot holes

3. Insert Screw Fixing

Screw the dual thread screws in to place using a hex head key.

Ensure you leave no more than 30mm of thread protruding.

Use a hex head key to attach the dual thread screws

4. Attach Hubs

Screw the surface mounting hubs onto the dual thread screws. Perfect alignment of the cross hole can be achieved by simply turning the adjustable base plate of your hub in or out, to ensure a secure and rigid fixing.

Screw hubs on to dual thread screws

5. Attach Fixed Cable End

Thread your wire through the first hub, so that the fixed wire end can be secured - using a stainless steel nut (supplied). Remember to leave only a small amount of thread, so that as you tension the wire, more thread will be revealed to provide thread for the dome end nut.

Attach the fixed cable end through first hub

6. Measure Your Wire

Place the DIY stud end in place through the other hub. Now simply tension the cable by pulling and align to the spanner flat of the DIY compression fitting. Mark your wire ready for cutting with either a pen or chalk.

Measure and mark your wire ready for cutting

7. Cut Your Wire

Cut your wire to required length. We recommend using a set of good Hand Held Wire Cutters to give you a neat and tidy cut.

Measure Twice, Cut One!

8. DIY Compression Threaded End Stud

You are now ready to attach the DIY threaded end stud.

The first step is to take apart the threaded end stud by unscrewing the threaded end stud from the nose piece.

DIY compression threaded end stud

9. Thread Nose Piece onto Wire Rope

Place the threaded nose piece over the stainless steel wire.

Thread nose piece onto wire

10. Thread Cone onto Wire Rope

Place the cone onto the wire rope and push into the threaded nose piece.

Place cone onto wire rope

11. Place Threaded End Stud onto Wire Rope

Take the stainless steel end stud and push onto the wire rope, bringing the three component parts together. Turn in opposite directions to thread them together.

Place threaded end stud onto wire rope

12. Secure DIY End Fitting

Using 8mm and 9 mm spanners/wrenches, screw the two sections together until tight.

Secure DIY end fitting to wire rope

13. Position DIY End Fitting

Insert threaded end through the fixing hole of the hub.

Position DIY end fitting onto mounting hub

14. Secure End Stud In Place

Attach the stainless steel nut and dome nut, Using a wrench tighten the nuts against each other to create a secure rigid fix.

Secure end stud in place

15. Applying Tension

Now return to the pre-fixed cable end, using a 9mm spanner/wrench simply tighten the stainless steel nut to achieve the desired wire tension.


16. Finish Your Assembly With The Dome Nut

When you are happy with the wire tension, thread the dome nut on and tighten the nuts against each other.


Tensioned Wire Trellis Examples

Wire Trellis system installed on masonry wall

Adding Vertical Wire To Your Trellis System

Adding vertical trellis wires with cross clamps

It is possible to add vertical wires to horizontal tensioned wire trellis (see pic above) by using wire cross clamps to hold the vertical wire in place.

Quick and easy to add to any new or existing wire trellis system, simply choose the clamp size to suit your wire diameter. View our full range of Cross Clamps.

We recommend using 4mm Wire Rope Cross Clamp for 90 degree cross over of wires.

Cross Clamps on Tensioned Trellis System

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