Netting Galvanized Aircraft Cable
Netting Galvanized Aircraft Cable with Nets of America. We carry 250′ and 500′ spools in stock. We also offer the option to cut any custom length needed. Aircraft cable is the perfect choice for installing any kind of net whether for sports or other applications because of its dependability and durability. Typically the standard method to install Galvanized Aircraft Cable will be to run the cable from pole to pole tension it with turnbuckles and then it is ready to used used to hang netting. Â Below is the standard procedure and most popular method of installing the cable. Remember, no way is right or wrong as long as the install is done right and it does its job of keeping the nets up.
Netting Installation Hardware for batting cages or backstop netting installation begins with running the aircraft cable from pole to pole. Securing the cable to itself with cable clamps. After that is done, tension the cable with a turnbuckle. Add spring clips to the rope border of the net every 2 feet apart. Once done, bring the spring clip attached to the net up to the aircraft cable and hang it across just like you would with a shower curtain. You can then secure the vertical borders of the net to a pole or whatever the upright object is with twine every foot or so. You have now successfully attached your net using our hardware.Â Installing the hardware is not rocket science and it quite easy to do. It takes some time and help would be good. Keep in mind that there is no wrong way to install a batting cage or backstop net as long as it is held up firmly and does the job. Below are some basic steps to follow in order to make the install fast and effective.
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