Jaw Swage Rigging Screw Fork Terminal Short Eye Bolt SRMM
Jaw Swage Rigging Screw Fork Terminal Short Eye Bolt SRMM kit suits a run of wire of 10 meters or less (hence the SR or Short Run). There a single tensioning point and two attachment points. attachments are two M6 x 1.0 x 15mm (Short) Mini Eye Bolts. These attach directly into metal posts (hence the MM or Metal to Metal).
The first end of the run has a Jaw / Swage Rigging Screw (for wire tensioning) swaged to the wire. This attaches to the first 15mm Eye Bolt. The Mini Eye Bolt fastens to a metal post or plate. The second end uses a Fork Terminal swaged to the wire to attach to the second 15mm Mini Eye Bolt which is fastened to the second post or wall. We recommend that the end posts are either drilled and tapped with an M6x1.0 thread or Rivet Nuts (rivnuts / nutserts) are installed. Both Drill Taps and Nutsert tools and fasteners are available on this site.
Wire may be installed through the intermediate posts and ‘cut to length’. Please make sure you expand the turnbuckles before measurement and drill the intermediate posts out to at least 4mm prior to swaging in place if the are stainless steel. If your intermediate posts are a different alloy (e.g. aluminium or mild steel ) – you will want to drill them out to 8.0mm and use standard grommets (prevents a galvanic or dissimilar alloys reaction).
Alternately, if you build the wire before you install it, then the length of a wire run is determined by the ‘inside to inside’ post measurement less a fixed amount which represents the distance between the attachment posts ‘taken up’ by the fittings when installed and adjusted properly.
- 2 – M6 x 1.0 x 15mm Mini Eye Bolt Stainless Steel 316 Marine Grade
- 1 – Jaw/Swage Rigging Screw G316 Stainless Steel Marine Grade
- 1 – Fork Terminal
- Balustrade Kit for 1 Runs/Wire
- Post Connections MM (Metal to Metal)
- Recommended Run Length <10M (SR)
- Swaging Method: Hydraulic
- Wire Structure: 7×7, 1×19
- Diameter of Wire: Selectable (2.4mm, 3.0mm, 3.2mm, 4.0mm)
- Section Orientation: Flat, Stairs, Angle
- Wire Orientation in a Section: Horizontal, Vertical