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Strainrite Fencing Guides – Smooth Grip Std Chain Strainer (FCS00060)

September 25, 2012 by  
Filed under Electric Fencing Articles and Videos


Welcome to Strainrite Fencing Systems – Serious About Fencing! New Zealand based manufacturer & supplier of high quality fencing tools and Electric Fencing equipment for over 35 years. Whether you’re a novice fencer or a seasoned fencing contractor, our Strainrite online video tutorials are bound to have something for you. Visit our New Zealand Site: www.strainrite.co.nz Visit our USA Site: www.nzfenceusa.com Product Name: Smooth Grip Standard Chain Strainer Part.no: FCS00060 Key Features: *SG (Steel Grade — hard, but not brittle) Iron Castings. *New improved Smooth Grip Jaws & Heavy Duty Rivets. *One piece handle — large 1″ dia easy on the hands. IMPROVED SURE GRIP MODEL – For zinc coated wire New geometry provides effective grip on new Zinc/Aluminum fencing wire. The various designs all have the common hard wearing features of a one piece handle — Gold Zinc Plating for increased corrosion protection, heavy duty rivets, tested chain and wear resistant SG iron jaws. For use with common fencing wires. Assembled with spring loaded claws (optional). Outside nominal diameter of 27mm. Complete with 1.2 metre chain. Do not exceed 350kg load or put pipe over handle of Chain Strainer. Packed in blisterpack. Click on the links below for more info: www.strainrite.co.nz Click here for a downloadable application user guide: www.strainrite.co.nz

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Comments

2 Responses to “Strainrite Fencing Guides – Smooth Grip Std Chain Strainer (FCS00060)”
  1. StrainriteFencing says:

    No problem! Thanks´╗┐ for the feedback. We have passed this request on to our fencing specialists and will try our best to show this during our next video shoot.

  2. akm2425able says:

    Thanks for the demo. Could you show how you join´╗┐ the two ends when the strainer has gripped both ends thightly?

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