The Gripple Wire Joiner & Tensioner (large) is for use with tension mild steel up to 4mm or steel and barbed wire up to 2.0mm to 2.5mm. Gripple is the easy way to join and tension wire. Easy to use, versatile, durable, re-tensionable and fast repairs. The Gripple is up to six times faster than traditional joining methods. Made from corrosion resistant zinc, the Gripple is suitable for all types of wire. Large sized will fit permanent fencing wire up to 4.0mm and barbed wire up to 2x2.5mm
The Gripple Wire Joiner & Tensioner (medium) is for use with permanent fencing wire 2.0mm to 3.25mm. Gripple is the easy way to join and tension wire. Easy to use, versatile, durable, re-tensionable and fast repairs. The Gripple is up to six times faster than traditional joining methods. Made from corrosion resistant zinc, the Gripple is suitable for all types of wire. Medium sized will fit permanent fencing wire 2.0-3.5mm
The Hotline Tape Clamp (Double) is used to connect two lines of tape up to 40mm, rope or other fencing materials. The tape clamps two stainless steel contact plates provide a solid professional connection, but is also easy to remove if required. The insulated cable length is approx 150cm. For a professional connection cable between an electric fence energiser and tape fence; cut the tape clamp cable in half and use connectors to join additional HT/G cable double insulated cable of the length required. This will leave you with a spare plate, but does provide the most reliable connection possible.
The Hotline Supercharge 4mm-9mm Rope Connector is for connecting and joining supercharge rope.
This connector ensures excellent conductivity across the joint and although designed specifically for use with electric horse rope from 4mm to 9mm diameter, the rope connector will also provide an excellent permanent connection of your lead-out cable to the fence line. Simple to fit using either an adjustable spanner or small socket to clamp the wires together inside the two plates; keeping the smooth face of the rope connector (pictured) facing in, toward your horses or livestock and any protruding tips of the bolts are facing outwards.