Kencove Spring Catalog 2019

TOOLS/HARDWARE 12 KIWI ® Wire Strainer The American-made original; often imitated but never duplicated. With a galvanized strap, spring clip, and zinc cog, this is a durable and long-tested strainer. KIWI Strainer SAS 4.05 Save on 50 3.75/each Hayes-Style Strainers • • Permanently hinged, flipper-type catch • • Spring clip • • Safe and easy to use Stainless strap/zinc cog SASS 4.15 Save on 50 3.85/each Galvanized strap/alum. cog SASAL 2.85 Save on 50 2.55/each Galvanized strap/zinc cog SDZ 3.65 Save on 50 3.35/each Galvanized strap/alum. cog SDA 2.65 Save on 50 . . . 2.35/each Stainless strap/alum. cog SDS . . . . 3.15 Save on 50 2.85/each SDA Donalds-Style Strainers • • Tension with crescent or box wrench • • Spring-steel latch • • Wider cog holds more wire and can be used with 1” Ponyrail SDZ SASS First, fasten all wires at their proper heights on the posts. Strainers should not be installed next to a rise or dip post. Install the strainer at the midpoint of the fence. If the wire is being pulled around several corners, it is best to be at the center of friction. Generally, we recommend 1 tightener per strand for every 2,600’ of fence. Put the wire through the hole in the spool until it is just out the other side. After cranking the spool nearly halfway around, pull the assembly so the wire moderately tightens. The wire should naturally bend over to the opposite side of the spool from the hole. Wind the wire around, being careful to wind on top of the first section of wire. This will take the stress off the tight bend at the hole. Be careful as wire approaches higher tensions. Wear leather gloves, eye protection, and use the proper tightening handle. Strain wires from top to bottom for easier separation of the wires. WIRE STRAINER INSTALLATION See Video Online California residents see page 2 for Proposition 65 Warning

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