Net Clip Variable Degree Wire Offset (X-Joiner or Cross Wire Clamp)
A Net Clip Variable Degree Wire Offset or Cross Wire Clamp is a solid piece of G316 Stainless Steel that has an X milled out of the back of the fitting allowing two wires (positioned at an adjustable offset measured in degrees to each other) to be secured with a grub screw. These are also known as ‘Net Clips’.
A Hex head key is required to remove the grub screw and let the wires slide into place. The Variable degree offset
Cross Clamp is perfect for stainless steel wire trellis installations that require horizontal and vertical cables positioning at various angles – from 0 up to 90 degrees.
These Flexible Cross wire Clamps are designed to keep all wires in the correct cross pattern on the garden wall. If the grid spacing is large or the run is long in one dimension, additional support is achieved by using the cross clamp with wall attachment or selective wire crossovers. The bonus with these fittings is that they can hold wires in position from 0 to 90 degrees to each other.
Simply remove the central M12 hex head grub screw. insert your wires and position. To secure wires, replace the central grub screw and tighten.
The Net Clip Variable Degree Wire Offset will work with various diameters of wires including 2.4mm, 3.0mm, 3.2mm, and 4.0mm
The Grub Screw in the fitting is an M12 Thread.