Wire Rope Cross Clamp - Inside Thread, Stainless Steel

Cross Clamp, Internal Thread in 316 Grade Stainless Steel for 3mm, 4mm, 5mm Wire Rope

Stainless steel wire rope cross clamp, with inside M10/M12 thread in the base for secure mounting onto threaded rod.

Cross Clamp - Internal Thread

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Thread
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Code Price (inc VAT) Quantity 
3mm Cross Clamp 3 M10 17 19 CC-03-IT £5.06
In stock
4mm Cross Clamp 4 M12 20 21 CC-04-IT £6.62
In stock
5mm Cross Clamp 5 M12 20 23 CC-05-IT £6.73
In stock

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316 Stainless Steel
316 grade stainless steel.
Inside Thread
Inside thread.
Hex Head Key Required
Hex head key required - more

Cross Clamp with thread grub screw to secure stainless steel wire ropes in place, ideal for wire trellis crossovers.

A4-AISI 316 grade stainless steel construction for outdoor applications.

Allows for 90 degree crossover of wires.

Internal thread for mounting onto threaded rods, available separately.


Dimension Information:

PDF Data Sheet

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Download Wire Rope Cross Clamp Dimension Information


Installation

Mounting on to threaded rod

You can cut threaded rod to suit your installation, you may want flush mount or stand-off mount.

Threaded rod can be mounted in to walls and masonry surfaces with the aid of injection mortar or a chemical anchor resin for a secure fixing.

Adding Wires

Remove central grub screw and place wire rope in place
Secure wire rope into cross clamp

To add stainless steel wires simply remove the central hex head grub screw and insert your wires and position.

To secure wires, replace the central grub screw and tighten.


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