EZ-WIRE Polyamide Wire 45' | BioPlus

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FILPOLY-4CX45
EZ-WIRE is a lift wire for vines or other plants, ideal to attach irrigation tubes on it, or hold bird netting, etc. Read More
CAD$12.00
Description Length Diameter Gauge Coil Weight
Black Polyamide Wire
BioPlus
14 m
45'
4 mm
0,1575''
8 0,7 lb
0,32 kg

EZ-WIRE Poly Wire is a black high-tensile polyamide (PA6) monofilament with low elongation, compact cross section and high breaking strength.  The EZ-WIRE monofilament is ideal for orchards, vineyards, shade covers, netting, and fencing.  

Features

  • High-tensile polyamide (PA6) monofilament with low elongation
  • Breaking elongation: approx. 20% to 24%
  • Support long-term temperatures:  from - 40º C (-40 ºF) to + 50º C (120 ºF) 
  • UV and Chemical Resistant
  • Lightweight and safe
  • Maintenance and corrosion free
  • Non conductive, high insulation
  • Easy installation, no springs, tensioners or rachets required to maintain tension
  • Other applications: support hail protection, greenhouses, horse fencing, etc.


At the time of installation, it is strongly suggested that the tensioning of the polyamide yarn does not exceed 3% of the total length of the row.

INSTALLATION


The EZ-WIRE Polyamide wire can be attached to the first anchor post by a Gripple tensioner.  The line should then be rolled out towards the opposite end of the vineyard row.  Attach a ire puller to the line, stretch 3% of row length, secure and tie to end post, then release wire puller from line. The polyamide wire will now be properly tensioned. EZ-Wire Polyamide wire can be fastened to intermediate posts with staples or other means incorporating plastic grommets. No additional equipment is required.

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