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Green façades for a pleasant atmosphere.

Façade greening, so far usually left to chance,

has gained a new dimension: Jakob® INOX LINE.

Attractive training systems for microgardens

can be built with a few easy-to-assemble com-

ponents made of high-grade stainless steel.

The days of haunted castles are over:

Green façades are appealing, ecologically

sensible and useful. The latest insights on

climbing plants combined with tastefully

designed and technically sophisticated train-

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06
07 GOOD REASONS FOR GREENING

08
11 CLIMBING PATTERNS / TRAINING SYSTEMS

12
17 CLIMBERS AT A GLANCE

18
23 HOW TO PLAN TRAINING SYSTEMS

24
37 GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLES F1 – F6

38
43 COMPONENT COMBINATIONS

44
45 ROPE / EXTERNAL THREADS

46
47 END STOP / EYES / LOOPS

48
51 SPACERS / WEBNET

52
53 CROSS CLAMPS

54
55 ROD SYSTEM

56
57 TRELLISWORK

58
59 COLUMN GREENING

60
63 WOODEN ROD SYSTEM

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65 SECTIONS / ASSEMBLY AIDS

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67 DOCUMENTATIONS JAKOB
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INOX LINE GOOD REASONS FOR GREENING 07

I N T E R I O R TEMPERATURE FAÇADE PROTECTION THE AESTHETICS REVALUATION OF COMPLEMENTARY


REGULATION AND VENTILATION OF GREENING EXISTING STRUCTURES GREENED SURFACES IN
The familiar pergola of southern countries is an A well-designed covering of vegetation is a natural The integration of greened surfaces into con- Without any risk whatsoever, professionally URBAN ENVIRONMENTS
ancient but highly efficient method of interior tem- shield against lashing rain or ultraviolet radiation. temporary architecture presents novel design conceived façade-greening schemes can A large number of buildings in conurbations
perature regulation. It promotes the formation of In addition, the space between the façade and opportunities. Planners and architects who aesthetically upgrade bleak storage buildings offer locations where plants can be grown. Ever-
an insulating layer of air, thereby preventing an the greenery has a temperature-regulating effect have teamed up with greening specialists are or non-descript concrete apartment blocks. increasing land prices necessitate the erection
excessive increase of the inside temperature due and promotes optimum ventilation as well. already producing outstanding results and are Beneficial side effects include natural air-con- of high-rise structures. The subminiature gardens
to direct solar irradiation. This principle also offers defining new dimensions for “art on buildings.” ditioning, reduction in energy costs and an on housing estates or balconies benefit mate-
several advantages when applied to vertical extension of the useful life of the structure. rially – the greening of buildings is economical,
structures: the insulating cushion of air between ecologically favourable and, at the same time,
vegetation and façade evens out temperature enhance the quality of life.
fluctuations and noticeably reduces heating and
air-conditioning costs.

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INOX LINE CLIMBING PATTERNS / TRAINING SYSTEMS 09

D E

A
F

B
C

ADHESIVE-SUCKER ROOT VINES LEAF-STEM LEAF SCRAMBLING


CLIMBER CLIMBERS (T W I N I N G P L A N T S ) CLIMBERS CLIMBERS PLANTS

08.1 09.1 09.2 09.3


Characteristics and requirements of climbers
The natural habitats of the climbing plants are for the most part in woodland and forests,
clearings and peripheral zones. Supported by other plants, they work their way upwards
to the light (several species thrive and support themselves on rocks). The climbing
plants have developed a variety of climbing patterns (A to F).
Growing conditions as near as possible to those in natural habitats must
be provided to ensure the successful covering of façades – moist, humus-
rich and loose-packed soil together with a support structure appropriate to any of the
climbing patterns. Generally speaking, good supplies of water and nutrients are impor-
tant. An additional water supply may be imperative to ensure healthy growth.

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The correct training system must be selected for each specific climber.
With regard to optimising the planting location, there can be divergences from the typical
bionomic habitat such as a shady root-run and sunlight for the top of the plant.
• Wisteria, trumpet vine (Campsis) as well as several Clematis varieties require unob-

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structed sunlight to encourage free flowering.
• Ivies (Hedera), many honeysuckle (Lonicera) and Clematis varieties do best in lightly
shaded locations.
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INOX LINE CLIMBING PATTERNS / TRAINING SYSTEMS 11
Adhesive-sucker climbers support themselves Adventitious root climbers require no auxiliary Vines twine around their supports as a result of Leaf-stem climbers form coils around their sup- Leaf climbers develop clinging, often beautiful Scrambling plants work their way up by using
with short lateral shoots tipped with glandular means of support. They attach themselves the circular movement of their stem tips (circum- ports with their leaf stems. Grid-like or reticular structures that respond to external stimuli. Grid- epidermal outgrowths such as prickles, hook-like
discs that adhere to any surface, even those that firmly to rocks, tree trunks or façades. These nutation). Only a single vertical support (wire rope) structures provide the best supports. like or reticular structures provide optimum sup- thorns and bristles.
are quite smooth. Although these plants require climbers, too, can cause damage to buildings. is required. • Clematis (most varieties) ports. • Climbing and rambler roses
no auxiliary means of support, they can • Ivy • Wisteria, honeysuckle (Lonicera) • Nasturtiums (Tropaeolum) • Grape vines (Vitis) • Bramble-like shrubs (Rubus)
cause damage to buildings. • Climbing hydrangea • Staff tree (Celastrus) • Ampelopsis • Winter-flowering jasmine
• Boston ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) • Trumpet vine (Campsis) • Hops (Humulus) • Passion flowers (Passiflora)
• Euonymus fortunei • Morning glory (Ipomoea) • Cucumeraceae

ADHESIVE-SUCKER ROOT VINES LEAF-STEM LEAF SCRAMBLING


CLIMBER CLIMBERS (TWINING PLANTS) CLIMBERS CLIMBERS PLANTS

STRUCTURAL DAMAGE ROPE SPACING LATTICE


AND INSECTS FOR VINES B mm SIZES B1 B 2 mm
Climbing plants do not bore holes or cause Greened façades replace the natural greenery for slow-growing to mod- for slow-growing to mod-
cracks in the masonry. This is why most of them that has become rare in urban environments and, erately vigorous climbers erately vigorous climbers
are harmless. Nevertheless, exceptions and at the same time, offer a new biosphere for (e.g. Lonicera) approx. 200 – 400 (e.g. Clematis) approx. 150 x 250
potential hazards should not be disregarded. animal life. Insects are more likely to be beneficial
Certain climbers (e.g. the ivies) can grow into than harmful. They are essential for the pollination for very vigorous for very vigorous
joints and cracks, widening them, and thereby of numerous cultivated plants and also act as climbers climbers
causing permanent damage. Collaboration public health officers while serving as a basic food (e.g. Wisteria) approx. 400 – 800 (e.g. Vitis) approx. 300 x 500
with greening specialists helps to avoid such supply for other creatures. Regular inspections
risks and to optimise the many benefits that and trimming where it is necessary help to prevent
result from greening a building. damage and an invasion by unwelcome guests.

10.1 B1 B2

B B
B2

DISTANCES
DIMENSIONS FROM WALL W mm Plants with different climbing patterns can be
combined perfectly well. The plants themselves as well as
• The ideal height and width for slow-growing to mod- the configurational and aesthetic aspects determine the
of the climber supports erately vigorous climbers choice of the climbing supports. Any desired configuration
(e.g. Clematis, Lonicera) approx. 80 can be created with the Jakob® INOX LINE.
• distances from wall

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for very vigorous Qualified greening specialists should be consulted when
• wire rope spacing for vines climbers the plants are chosen.
(e.g. Wisteria, Celastrus, Fallopia) approx. 150 The rope and rod diameters of the Jakob® INOX LINE
• lattice size
can be used for all climbing and espaliered plants.
Jakob® INOX LINE combines the practicability and aes-

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• wire rope or rod diameters
thetic attributes with versatility, stability and durability.
depend on the vigour, size and climbing pattern
of the desired climber as well as on the architec-
ture of the structure and the aesthetics of the W
greening concept.
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INOX LINE CLIMBERS AT A GLANCE 13
12.1–12.3
BUILDING GREENING IN THE WORLD’S
VEGETATION AND CLIMATE ZONES
The greening of buildings meets all the requirements for considera-
tion as an important element in contemporary housing-estate plan-
ning.
Main advantage
Occupies very little ground space but nevertheless has many uses.
Example: energy saving
Large amounts of energy and considerable sums of money can be
saved by greening buildings with climbing plants, particularly in cli-
matic zones where inner rooms are cooled at certain times (e.g. in
the Mediterranean countries, Southern USA, Japan, Australia, etc.).
Example: well-being
Improved ambient conditions, a better quality of life, easing the eco-
logical burden – all these benefits are readily attainable by covering
buildings with greenery.

HARDLEAF EVERGREEN ZONE


AND MIXED-FOREST ZONES

TEMPERATE SEMI-DESERT
DECIDUOUS BROADLEAF

WITH WINTER RAINFALL

COLD-WINTER STEPPE,
DESERT-SHRUB ZONES
BOREAL CONIFEROUS

TEMPERATE FOREST
TROPICAL TO WARM

AND DESERT ZONES


HOT DESERTS AND
MEDITERRANEAN

SAVANNAH AND

POLAR DESERT
SEMI-DESERTS
FOREST ZONE

TUNDRA AND
HIGH ALPINE

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INOX LINE CLIMBERS AT A GLANCE 15

BOREAL CONIFEROUS DECIDUOUS BROADLEAF


FOREST ZONE AND MIXED-FOREST ZONES
15.1 15.5 15.9
2 3 2 3 2 3

14.5
2 3
This zone is characterised by Precipitation is evenly distrib-
its continental-type climate uted throughout the year.
of short, warm summers and The summers are warm, the
long, severe winters. winters moderately cold – the
Evergreen climbing shrubs climate typical of Central and
such as ivy are at their climat- Western Europe.
ic limit in this zone. Temperatures lower than
The hardiness of deciduous climbing shrubs –15 °C tend to occur rarely in Central Europe,
15.2 15.3 15.6
make them suitable for this climate. and hard frosts (below – 5 °C) are hardly to be 2 3 2 3 2 3
expected in oceanic regions such as the
• Clematis alpina, sibirica, vitalba, virginiana,
broadleaf forest zone of Eastern Asia or New
macropetala, tangutica
Zealand. In contrast, the temperature can
• Parthenocissus quinquefolia
sink to – 30 °C and even lower in the north of 15.10
• Polygonum auberti, baldschuanicum
the USA. The species that flourish in these 2 3 4
• Celastrus scandens
regions are those listed under the boreal conif-
• Actinidia kolomikta, arguta, etc. (with edible
erous forest zone heading. Experts should be
fruits)
consulted in case of doubt.
• Vitis aestivalis, amurensis, riparia
• In the regions with a moderately cold winter
(Central and Western Europe), a wide range
of attractive Clematises, Loniceras, climbing
roses, etc., are available in addition to the
“classics” listed in zone 1.
• Many plants that thrive in Mediterranean
regions do well in the mild-winter regions
14.1
1 2 of the deciduous forest zones. 14.6 15.4 15.7
The hardier Passiflora species, Solanum 2 3 2 3 2 3
crispum and Trachselospernum jasminoi-
des flourish in the company of plants repre-
sentative of the colder zones.

14.3
1 2
14.1 Clematis vitalba
14.2 Parthenocissus quinquefolia
14.3 Celastrus scandens
14.4 Vitis species
15.8
2 3 14.5 Climbing rose ‘Westerland’
combined with Clematis alpina
14.2 and grape-vine shoots
1 2 14.6 Humulus lupulus
14.7 Actinidia arguta
15.1 Large-flowered Clematis
‘Hagley Hybrid’
14.4 14.7
1 2 3 1 2 3 15.2 Lonicera
15.3 Campris x tagliabuana “Mme Galen”
15.4 Clematis fargesii
15.5 Large-flowered Clematis
‘The President’
15.6 Ampelopsis brevipedunculata
15.7 Campsis grandiflora
15.8 Campsis radicans
15.9 Clematis montana ‘Marjorie’
with Elaeagnus angustifolia
15.10 Passiflora caerulea
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INOX LINE CLIMBERS AT A GLANCE 17

MEDITERRANEAN HARDLEAF TROPICAL TO SAVANNAH AND DESERT HOT DESERTS COLD-WINTER STEPPE, HIGH ALPINE (8),
EVERGREEN ZONE WARM TEMPERATE FOREST SHRUB ZONES AND SEMI-DESERTS TEMPERATE SEMI-DESERT TUNDRA AND POLAR
WITH WINTER RAINFALL AND DESERT ZONES DESERT REGIONS (9)

Such zones are found The hot, frost-free humid or Most of the climbers that Provided that an efficient The zone of opposites. 8: The short vegetation
around the Mediterranean variably humid climate sup- are used in zone 4 will watering system is avail- Hot summers are followed period makes life difficult for
Sea, in California, on the ports lush vegetation con- grow well in zone 5 when able, buildings in these hot, by severe winters. The hardy plants that want to climb.
Cape and in South Australia. sisting of a wide range of the microclimatic conditions dry regions can be greened plants listed under borean However, with careful atten-
They are characterised by plants. Many of these familiar are observed and water to contribute significantly to- coniferous forest zone such tion paid to the microclimate
hot, dry summers and mild, to us in Mediterranean gar- management is satisfactory. wards a pleasant room tem- as Clematis tangutica, alpina (exposure, wind, altitude, to-
humid winters. Light frosts dens (such as Bougainvillea) perature. Combination with and siberica can be used pography), the climbers from
are exceptional. A great variety of attractive grow well in this zone, including those that reliable desert periphery plants (Acacia species, here. Watering is always essential. the coniferous forest zone certainly have a
climbers and wall shrubs flourish here in all require considerable warmth such as Thun- Tamarix, Casuarina, etc.) is good practice be- chance of succeeding.
The oleasters Elaeagnus angustifolia and com-
their splendour. These include Bougainvillea bergia grandiflora and mysorensis, Passiflora cause the resulting filter effect slows down
mutata are suitable for use as windbreaks. 9: Greening buildings with climbing plants
and many Passifloras (Passiflora coerulea, coccinea, quadrangularis (giant granadilla), wind and drifting sand.
in this vegetation-less zone is virtually impos-
amethystina, mollissima, antioquiensis, Dis- Petraea volubilis, Clytostoma calistegioides,
Climbers and espaliered plants from the gar- sible.
tictis buccinatoria, Pandorea jasminoides, Po- Allamanda cathartica, Pyrostegia venusta.
dens of the usually neighbouring Mediterrane-
dranea ricasoliana, Beaumontia grandiflora...).
Many species grow satisfactorily in a warm 16.6 16.7 an hard-leaf zone such as Kennedya cocci-
In addition, somewhat tender climbing roses
such as Rosa brunoni ‘La Mortola’ or “Banks’s
temperate climate (North Island of New Zea- 3 4 4 nea, Podranea ricasoliana or even Pyrostegia
land) as well as in the tropics. Other varieties, vinusta will grow on buildings with consider-
rose” (Rosa banksiae) do well here. Watering
however, require the humid heat of equato- 5 6 able vigour when they are well tended and 17.2 17.3
during the summer months is essential.
rial regions (e.g. Strongylodon macrobotrys). watered. 3 4 3 4
5 6 5 6 17.5
1 2
3 7
16.1 16.2 16.3
3 4 3 4 3 4
5 6 5 6 5 6
16.8
4

17.4
3 4
17.1
5 6
4 5

16.4 16.5
3 4 3 4 16.1 Solandra grandiflora
5 6 16.2 Beaumontia grandiflora
16.3 Passiflora amethystina
16.4 Berberidopsis corallina
16.5 Distictis buccinatoria
16.6 Thunbergia grandiflora
16.7 Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’
(syn. Scindapsus aureus)
16.9
4 16.8 Passiflora quadrangularis
16.9 Passiflora coccinea
17.1 Ipomoea quamoclit
(syn. Quamoclit pinnata)
17.2 Cobaea scandens
17.3 Hoya carnosa
17.4 Pyrostegia venusta
17.5 Clematis tangutica
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DIMENSIONING
S S
TRAINING SYSTEMS
The overall load of a greened surface
is composed of: f
• Weight of the plant E
• Wind load on plant surface
• Weight of dew and rain B
• Weight of snow
• Weight of training structure
Load distribution
If the entire vertical load is absorbed solely by the F
training system at the top and bottom, the upper
suspension must hold the entire vertical load and
half the wind load. The bottom suspension must
hold only half the wind load.
The safety factor
The defined vertical load to be absorbed by the
upper suspension must be multiplied by a safety
factor.

A: PLANT WEIGHT
B: H O R I Z O N T A L A N D D D: D E W , R A I N , A N D
VERTICAL WIRE ROPES SNOW LOADS
Depending on the variety, the unit weight
per square metre of plant area can vary When computing rope forces, a distinction In addition to the weight of the plant, the training
from 1 to 50 kg/m2 . must be made between horizontally and vertically structure must also be capable of absorbing dew,
The plant weight is influenced by the location, the tensioned wire ropes. rain, and snow loads. This load is factored in by
soil quality, the growth rate and owner care. multiplying the plant weight by the following coef-
Intermediate supports for rods and wire
ficients:
ropes
The sag (f ) of horizontal or inclined rods and wire For deciduous plants: plant weight times 2;
ropes can be diminished with intermediate sup- for evergreens: plant weight times 3.
ports.
E: STRONG TWINING
C: W I N D L O A D CLIMBERS
When planning and installing training systems, At least one end of the wire rope which holds climb-
the wind load is an important aspect. It is com- ers that twine significantly (Wisteria, for example)
posed of wind pressure and wind suction as well must be protected with a Jakob® INOX LINE
as side winds on the greened surface. Although overload clamp (No. 30920-0400-10, page
it can be assumed that part of the wind will 65). This is the only way to prevent major façade
breeze through the vegetation, we recommend damage by tensile overloads on spacers (Fig. 2,
looking at the greened mass as a solid surface. page 29).
The following suggested values apply
to wind suction calculations:
• Height above ground up to 8 metres:
A approx. 0.5 kN/m2 C
• Between 8 and 20 metres above ground:
approx. 0.8 kN/m2
• Higher than 20 metres above ground:
1.1 kN/m2
A suction effect on the vegetated surface oc-
curs when the wind blows parallel to the greened
surface. The resulting tensile forces must be trans-
mitted to the building structure via the dowels.
Incident side winds impose a bending moment
on the spacers. In special cases, it may be neces-
sary to reinforce the spacers and /or guy them
down with wire ropes.
Where trainers are subsequently attached
to a building structure, it should be determined if
and at which locations the computed forces are
transmitted and where they can be diverted into
the foundation.
In new buildings, it is the planner’s responsibil-

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ity to investigate whether and how training systems
should be included and mounted.

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21.1 21.2
WA L L - M O U N T I N G S PA C E R S
O N VA R I O U S B U I L D I N G M AT E R I A L S

65 48 64 48 64 48
4 2 1 3

TRAINING SYSTEMS
IN THE JAKOB LINE
Choosing suitable materials
Through hole in wood Screw-in nut for wood Perforated hollow wall anchor
The different atmospheric conditions (rural, urban, P Z S Y
Headless screw with nut and check nut at The metric internal thread of the The perforated anchor is secured with
industrial) determine the selection of materials.
back, front ring nut with support washer to screw-in nut accepts a rope holder a two-component mortar. The metric
Urban and industrial atmospheres may contain
absorb lateral forces at front. or a headless screw. internal thread accepts a rope holder.
aggressive carbon-containing particles and sul-
phur dioxide (SO 2). At sea level, the air contains
aerosols with chloride ions. Rural air is usually un-
problematic.
64 51
All parts of the Jakob® INOX LINE are
1 made of AISI 316, 1.4401, and AISI 316L,
4 5 7 1.4404, alloys to offer excellent corrosion resis-
2 tance.
AISI 316
6 1.4401, EN 10088-3 X5CrNiMo17-12-2
Wall mounts
AISI 316L ROPES / RODS / SECTIONS
• Spacer Ø12/24 (1)
3 1.4404, EN 10088-3 X2CrNiMo17-12-2 The wire ropes have a rated diameter of 4 mm • GreenGuide spacer Ø 20/50 (2)
(actual: Ø 3.7 mm). A yellow code filament
1 2 The life span of plants for façade greening can
(S) confirms the authenticity of the rope
• Spacer basket Ø 40/100 (3)
range from 30 to 100 years! To assure that the • Eye bolt with support washer (4)
Bolt anchor with internal thread Externally insulated façades training systems outlive the plants, the selection made from AISI 316 and guarantees a minimum
breaking load of 9.1 kN. The 3.7 mm diameter Brackets (P) for spacers
Suitable for concrete façades and hard stone. The spacer is mounted on an insulated sup- Using hole saw, core of materials is very crucial. • Angle section 30 / 30 / 4 mm
The bolt anchor expands and grips when the port tube and thus transfers lateral forces to out external insulation (2) on façade ground rods ( Z ) are also made from AISI 316;
they have a minimum breaking load of 5.5 kN. • Angle section 40 / 40 / 4 mm
threaded rod is screwed in. the substrate (see Figs. A to F). (1) and remove insulation piece (3). • Flat section 30 / 4 mm
Our wooden rods (Y) have a diameter of • Flat section 40 / 4 mm
25 mm. They are made either of glazed spruce
(grey) or untreated larch. All wooden rods are Dimensions (mm) J (cm4) W (cm3) kg/m
available with cross bores (Ø 0.5 mm) along their 40 / 40 / 4 4.48 1.56 2.42
entire length. 30 / 30 / 4 1.81 0.86 1.78
40 / 4 2.13 1.06 1.26
30 / 4 0.90 0.60 0.94
J = moment of inertia / W = moment of resistance
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6 7 PLANNING AIDS
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FOR THE ENGINEER
The following parameters are important
S PA C E R L O A D D I A G R A M for planning a training system:

10.0 • Selected plant and its weight per m2


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Screw threaded rod Slide foamed support tube (6) over • Deciduous or evergreen?
(5) into bolt anchor with threaded rod. Support tube length approx. Slide spacer basket (7) 9.0
internal thread (4) and tighten. 5 to 8 mm larger than insulation thickness. on threaded rod and align. • Which configuration of ropes/rods is needed
8.0 Fq (kN) lateral force Fq Fq (kN) is the load (horizontal/vertical/combined/inclined, etc.)?
at which a permanent
75 • Orientation: South / North / East / West?
7.0 deformation of the
Special site conditions such as wind, etc.
space will occur if
10 10 6,0 the substrate does • Rope/rod grid aperture and wall clearance
not yield.
Attach rope end • Length and width of greened area
5.0 (kN x 102 = kp)
connectors (8 )

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58 100 (sketch with dimensions)
and secure with
nut and dome 4.0 • Jakob® INOX LINE catalogue
Seal gap 75
check nut (9). between support 3.0 100
tube and external
150
insulation
8 2.0

Technical data subject to change.


with silicone 20 44
9 putty (10). 64 200
1.0 84

75
0 Wall clearance b1 (mm)
20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200
®
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INOX LINE HOW TO PLAN TRAINING SYSTEMS 23

A B C D E F G
DIY ASSEMBLY ADJUST AND SECURE SELECTING THE CARING FOR • Pest problems will hardly occur if the plants are
compatible with the site. Pesticides should not
OF END CONNECTORS ROPE TENSION APPROPRIATE CLIMBERS GREENED FAÇADES be used in residential zones.
Technically mature end connectors make it Using the tensionable end connectors (D) which Ecological considerations speak in favour of in- Simple façade vegetation requires little care.
• Many climbers (such as honeysuckle) only need
possible to complete the termination of the wire should be located at easily accessible points of cluding indigenous plants in the selection. Sophisticated and attractive plant combinations
to be cut back if their growth is to be controlled.
ropes on site. Non-tensionable end connectors the installed training system, the wire ropes can with climbing roses, Clematis, grape vines or
• Basically, local greening specialists should be Climbing roses, many Clematis varieties, grape
(A) are swaged with the rope at the factory. be moderately tensioned. kiwis need to be cared for by professionals on
consulted. vines and kiwis will grow vigorously and stay
a regular basis. This care is rewarded with blos-
• The rope (B) can be terminated to the cor- • If the tension is too high, the spacers and an- healthy if professionally cut. They will look better
• Some ideas are provided on pages 12 to 17. soms, fruit, and freedom from pests.
rect length on site with the separately sup- chors will be unnecessarily burdened. and develop more blossoms and fruit as well.
plied LT2 external thread ends (C) (Fig. 45.1, The tension should be great enough to prevent • Training systems that are compatible with the
• In the course of the years, the weight of the plants
page 45) and wire rope cutters. the ropes and plants from being rocked back intended plants generally eliminate the need for
will increase. It may be necessary to retension
and forth by the wind. attaching the plants. Climbing roses and
the wire ropes or add anchors and reinforcement
grape vines are exceptions to this
• The end connectors should be secured with elements.
rule. However, climbers do need a
check nuts to prevent unintentional loosening.
good manual or automatic water and
• Find out if the training system should be electri- nutrient supply.
cally earthed.

E G
A

B
C

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D

Technical data subject to change.


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INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLES 25

No. 20810–0001– 00
S1
top: Swaged radius head end stop
bottom: Cut rope with end cap
No. 20810–0002– 00
S2
top: Swaged GreenGuide eye end
bottom: Cut rope with end cap
No. 20810–0003– 00
S3
top: Swaged radius head end stop
bottom: External thread end LT2
Pages 26 27
No. 20810–0004– 00
S4
G R E E N G U I D E R O P E S T Y L E S F1/ F2 / F3 top: Swaged GreenGuide eye end
For DIY installation / Material: AISI 316 (V4A ) bottom: Turnbuckle with GreenGuide eye LT2
Completely terminated wire ropes with top and bottom spacers.
Types F1, F2, and F3 are designed for different load cases and available
for different wall clearances.

Ropes for GreenGuide


rope styles F1 – F6
Pages 28 31 L Ropes S1 to S7 include all
L1 versions which can occur
GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLE F4 in GreenGuide rope styles
For DIY installation / Material: AISI 316 (V4A ) and training structures.
Training structure tailored to your dimensions. S1
The stainless steel angle sections can be supplied with all mounting holds.
The scope of the product line covers various load cases.
L
S2
Assembly lengths
All tensionable end connectors
are supplied as DIY assembly
S3
parts.This allows the exact rope
length to be determined on site.
The ordered rope length should
S4 be about 10% longer than the
planned length.

S5
Pages 32 35

GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLE F5 S6


For DIY installation / Material: AISI 316 (V4A )
On-site assembly
Training structure tailored to your dimensions. see Fig 45.1, page 45
The top and bottom mounting sections can be inclined at any angle (under a
S7
pitched roof, for example). Wall clearances and loads variable.
L2 Tensioning range
information: both thread
ends are screwed halfway
into the turnbuckle body.

= make longer (relax)


8 mm
= make shorter (tension)
No. 20810–0005– 00 24 mm
S5
top: Swaged GreenGuide eye end

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centre: External thread end LT2, turnbuckle and
external thread with GreenGuide eye end
Pages 36 37 bottom: Turnbuckle with GreenGuide eye LT2

GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLE F6 No. 20810–0006– 00

Technical data subject to change.


S6
For DIY installation / Material: AISI 316 (V4A ) top: Turnbuckle with GreenGuide eye LT2
bottom: Turnbuckle with GreenGuide eye LT2
The training structure consists of two spacers for the beginning
and end of the wire rope as well as of deflectors. No. 20810–0007– 00
S7
top: Turnbuckle with loop LT2
bottom: Turnbuckle with loop LT2
®
26
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE F1/ F2 / F3 27
26.1 26.2 27.1

S2 S4 S5
The load and design of a
greening system depends
on various factors. Please consult
pages 18, 19 and 21 for details.

D2 D3

L1

L2
W W

D2: Intermediate spacer (rope clamped) D3: Intermediate spacer (rope tensionable)
with maximum clamping force of 1 kN. for long wire ropes.

Ordering example (for the picture at right):


F1:

D1 1pc.

G R E E N G U I D E R O P E S T Y L E S F1/ F2 / F3 D4 1pc.
For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending
Material: ropes AISI 316, fittings AISI 316L
To order: see examples on opposite page L 2200 L
S4
F1 F2 F3 W 70
Spacer Spacer Spacer
Ø 12/24 Ø 20/50 Ø 40/100 Info: Page
S2 1pc.
D1 Top spacer for swaged GreenGuide eye end (non-tensionable end connector) 21, 25 S4
X 2 pcs
D2 Intermediate spacer clamped for contiguous rope, clamped (rope S2 / S4 / S5) 25

D3 Intermediate spacer, tensionable for external thread with GreenGuide eye end and turnbuckle (rope S 5 ) 25, 45 S2
D4 Bottom spacer accepts rope ends S2 / S4 / S5 21, 25, 47

L Assembled rope lengths indicate partial lengths L1 / L2 at intermediate spacer D3 25

W Wall clearances variable to max. 81 64 / 81 / 106 87 / 112 / 162 / 212 40 / 41


W
S2 Rope with clamped end ⁄ ⁄ ⁄ 25

S4 Rope with tensionable end connector ⁄ ⁄ 25

S 5 Rope with tensionable end connectors ⁄ ⁄ 25

X Wall mounting on wood, hollow walls, concrete or external insulation. See installation principles and materials on pages 20, 64
X

see page no. 26.3 26.4 26.5

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1 2 3 4 5
52
65 The user is responsible for choosing the correct assembly method

Technical data subject to change.


L S
(see Fig. 26.5) and the proper rope diameter. Functionality is guaran-
Assembled lengths (L / L1 / L2) for teed only by Jakob rope No. 10820–0400 with the yellow code filament.
on-site assembly: Max. approx. 3000 mm. Have a civil engineer check strength values and permissible loads on the basis of
65 Please see notes on page 25. the given load case (see page 21).
®
28
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE F4 29

G R E E N G U I D E R O P E S T Y L E F4 X Wall mounting on wood, hollow walls, concrete or external insulation.


For on-site assembly / Patent /DBGM pending / Material: ropes AISI 316, fittings AISI 316 L See installation principles and materials on pages 20 and 64.
To order: see examples on page 31

The load and design of a greening system depends on various factors.


Please consult pages 18, 19 and 21 for details.
P1

D
1

X P1

D
1
A
Section connector
The max. length of the flat and
angle sections is 2000 mm.
P1 The section connector has two
P1 slotted holes.

A B
P2
(Page 64: No. 30922–3004
and –4004)

E Horizontal rods combined


with vertical wire ropes result
in ideal training structures.
Two different methods are
available for attaching rods
to wire ropes.
L
• GreenGuide 90°
P2 cross clamp
No. 30920–0400–02
(Fig. 30.5, page 30)
S3 • Rope clip for stainless
W1 steel rods
No. 30920–0400–01

P2
B P2
(Fig. 52.2, page 52)
• Horizontal rod Ø 3.7
No. 30922–0400–00

B S3
(page 65)

Rope type S3
Rope S3 is supplied with a
tensionable end connector
and is intended for on-site

P3 F assembly (rope types see


page 25).

2
E

P3

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Mounting sections (angle or flat) P P2 Intermediate section P2 can also be used as a bottom
mounting section P3, depending on function and load
S3
F Width (outermost ropes)

Length (spacer top/bottom)


B

L
P3 case (see Fig. 30.3, page 30).
On the section (P3 as flat section), it is possible to clamp the

Technical data subject to change.


C
P3
Wall clearance (wall /rope) W 2 end of the rope with the GreenGuide overload clamp (2).
P3 The defined clamping force of 1 kN allows the rope to slip
Rope type see page 25 S
when gripped by vigorously twining climbers, thus lengthen-
Wall mounting modes X ing the rope (see page 19, item E, and Fig. 54.2, page 54).
®
30
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE F4 31
30.1 30.2 30.3 31.1

P1

S1

P2

P3

W2 W1

P2: Intermediate section for long ropes (see page 29)


P3: Bottom mounting section with clamped rope ends (see pages 29 and 54)

G R E E N G U I D E R O P E S T Y L E F4
For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending / Material: ropes AISI 316, fittings AISI 316 L
To order: see examples on opposite page F4 :

Ordering example (for the picture at right):


a b c d Info: Page
P1 Upper mounting section Angle 30/30/4 Angle 40/40/4 21, 29, 64 P1 30/30/4

P2 Intermediate mounting section Flat 30/4 Flat 40/4 21, 29, 64 P3 30/30/4
P3 Bottom mounting section Angle 30/30/4 Angle 40/40/4 Flat 30/4 Flat 40/4 21, 29, 64
B 800 L
B Max. width with 2 spacers Suggested: approx. 1500 (with W 100 and plant weight 15 kg/m2 )
L 1200
L Max. length with 2 spacers Suggested: approx. 3000 (with W 100 and plant weight 15 kg/m2 )
W1 91
W1 Wall clearance with spacer Ø 20/50 See wall clearance table on pages 40/41
S3 5 pcs
W2 Wall clearance with spacer Ø 40/100 See wall clearance table on pages 40/41

S Possible rope types: S1 / S3 See notes on pages 25, 29 X 4 pcs


B

X Wall mounting on wood, hollow walls, concrete or external insulation. See installation principles and materials on pages 20, 64

W1
Mounting sections
P On request, we will supply the stainless steel sections ready
to install with all holes (according to binding drawings).
Horizontal rods combined with vertical wire ropes result
S3
in ideal training structures. See description on page 29 and
the figure below (30.5).
The load and design of a greening system depends on var-
ious factors. Please consult pages 18, 19 and 21 for details.
P3

see page no. 30.4 30.5 30.6

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P2

52
P3
65 The user is responsible for choosing the correct assembly method

Technical data subject to change.


L S1 S3 (see Fig. 26.5 on page 26 ) and the proper rope diameter. Functionality
is guaranteed only by Jakob rope No. 10820–0400 with the yellow
Assembled lengths for on-site assembly: code filament. Have a civil engineer check strength values and permissible loads
65 Please see notes on page 25. on the basis of the given load case (see page 21).
®
32
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE F5 33

GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLE F5


For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending / Material: ropes AISI 316, fittings AISI 316L
To order: see examples on page 35

The load and design of a greening system depends on various factors.


Please consult pages 18, 19 and 21 for details.

P1 X

D
P1

Horizontal rods combined with vertical wire


ropes result in ideal training structures.
Two different methods are available for attaching
rods to wire ropes.
E 3

1 • GreenGuide 90° No. 30920–0400–02


cross clamp (Fig. 30.5, page 30)
2 • Horizontal rod Ø 3.7 No. 30922–0400–00 S4
(Page 65)
3 • Rope clip for No. 30920–0400–01 2
stainless steel rods (Fig. 52.2, page 52)

S4
1
S4 Rope type S4
Rope S4 is supplied with a tensionable end
connector and is intended for on-site as-
sembly (rope types see page 25). S4

X Wall mounting on wood, hollow walls, con-


crete or external insulation. See installation
principles and materials on pages 20 and 64.
B

W2 S4
D
E P3
4

L P1 Top/bottom mounting sections


Depending on the load case, angle
P3 sections 40 / 40 / 4 or 30 / 30 / 4
are identical at the top and bottom.
F
F P2
Intermediate section P2 can also be

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used as a bottom mounting section
P
Mounting sections (angle or flat) P3, depending on function and
B
load case (see Fig. 34.3, page 34).
Width (outermost ropes)
P3
L
Section connector 4
Length of longest rope (spacer top/bottom)
The max. length of the flat

Technical data subject to change.


Wall clearance (wall/rope) W and angle sections is 2000 mm.
The section connector has two slotted holes.
Rope type see page 25 S
(Page 64: No. 30922–3004 and –4004)
Wall mounting modes X
P3
®
34
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE F5 35
34.1 34.2 34.3 35.1

P2
P1
P3
W1 W2

P2: Intermediate section for long ropes (see page 29)


P3: Bottom mounting section with clamped rope ends (see pages 29 and 54)

GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLE F5


For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending / Material: ropes AISI 316, fittings AISI 316 L
To order: see examples on opposite page
a b c d Info: Page
P1 Upper mounting section Angle 30/30/4 Angle 40/40/4 21, 29, 64
L
P2 Intermediate mounting section Flat 30/4 Flat 40/4 21, 29, 64
P3 F 5:
Bottom mounting section Angle 30/30/4 Angle 40/40/4 Flat 30/4 Flat 40/4 21, 29, 64

Ordering example (for the picture at right):


B Max. width with 2 spacers Suggested: approx. 1500 (with W 100 and plant weight 15 kg/m2 ) P1 40/40/4

L Max. length with 2 spacers Suggested: approx. 3000 (with W 100 and plant weight 15 kg/m2 ) P3 40/40/4

W1 Wall clearance with spacer Ø 20/50 68 / 85 / 110 – see wall clearance table on pages 40/41 B 900 B
W2
W2 Wall clearance with spacer Ø 40/100 85 / 110 / 160 / 210 – see wall clearance table on pages 40/41
L 1200
S Possible rope types: S2 / S4 See notes on pages 25, 33
W2 160
X Wall mounting on wood, hollow walls, concrete or external insulation. See installation principles and materials on pages 20, 64
S4 4 pcs

Mounting sections X 4 pcs


P On request, we will supply the stainless steel sections ready
to install with all holes (according to binding drawings). S4
Horizontal rods combined with vertical wire ropes result
in ideal training structures. See description on page 29 and
the figure below (34.5).
The load and design of a greening system depends on var-
ious factors. Please consult pages 18, 19 and 21 for details.

P3

see page no. 34.4 34.5 34.6

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P2

52
P3
65 The user is responsible for choosing the correct assembly method

Technical data subject to change.


L S2 S4
(see Fig. 26.5 on page 26 ) and the proper rope diameter. Functionality
Assembled lengths for on-site assembly: is guaranteed only by Jakob rope No. 10820–0400 with the yellow
L always applies to the longest wire rope. code filament. Have a civil engineer check strength values and permissible loads
65 Please see notes on page 25. on the basis of the given load case (see page 21).
®
36
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE F6 37
36.1 36.2 37.1

D3 1 2 3 4 5

D2

S7

D2 D2

D2
W W

36.3 36.4

G R E E N G U I D E R O P E S T Y L E F6

Ordering example (for the picture at right):


For on-site assembly / Material: ropes AISI 316, fittings AISI 316 L F6:
To order: see examples on opposite page
Info: Page
D1 2 pcs
D1 GreenGuide spacer Matches rope type S6 with GreenGuide eye 25, 49
D2 6 pcs
D2 Intermediate spacer with ring nut Rope guide or deflection point 48/49
D3 Spacer with ring nut Loop of rope S7 is swaged directly to ring nut 48/49 W 93

W Wall clearances 24 / 76 / 93 / 118 (D1 including 12 mm spacer washer) 40/41 L 7500


S6
L Rope length (assembled length) L = stretched rope with two assembled end connectors 25 S6 1 pc.

S Possible rope types: S6 / S7 See notes on pages 25


X 8 pcs
X Wall mounting on wood, hollow walls, concrete or external insulation. See installation principles and materials on pages 20, 64

D1

36.5 see page no. 36.6 36.7

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52
65 Assembled lengths The user is responsible for choosing the correct assembly method

Technical data subject to change.


S6 S7 for on-site assembly:
L (see Fig. 26.5 on page 26 ) and the proper rope diameter. Functionality
Please see notes on page 25. is guaranteed only by Jakob rope No. 10820–0400 with the yellow
The sum of all deflections should not code filament. Have a civil engineer check strength values and permissible loads
D2
D2 65 exceed 540°; max. 90° per deflection. on the basis of the given load case (see page 21).
®
38
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm GREENGUIDE COMPONENTS 39
38.1– 38.4

SUPERB MATERIALS – EASY ASSEMBLY


THE SINGLE ROPE DIAMETER (4 MM)
AND ONE THREAD SIZE (M8) MAKE THIS
LINE ABSOLUTELY INTEROPERABLE
All parts of the Jakob® INOX LINE are made of top-quality materials.
The two alloys used – AISI 316 (1.4401) and
AISI 316L (1.4404) – provide high corrosion resistance and
plant compatibility.

24 37 44 45
GREENGUIDE ROPE STYLES STAINLESS STEEL ROPE / EXTERNAL THREADS

46 47 48 49 50 51
END STOP / EYES / LOOPS SPACERS WEBNET / SPACERS

50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57
SPACERS CROSS CLAMPS ROD SYSTEM TRELLISWORK

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Technical data subject to change.
58 59 60 63 64 65
COLUMN GREENING WOODEN ROD SYSTEM SECTIONS / ASSEMBLY AIDS
®
40
INOX LINE see page no. COMPONENT COMBINATIONS 41
40.1– 40.4

No. 30921–1000–01

No. 30921–1000–04

No. 30920–0400–10
with GreenGuide eye
40.5

No. 30869–0400

No. 30922–3030

No. 30922–4040

No. 30922–0030

No. 30915–0400
No. 30914–0400
With angle section

With angle section

Spacer washers,
rod /rope holder
GreenGuide eye

With flat section

overload clamp
30 / 30 / 4 mm

40 / 40 / 4 mm

(on flat section)


Swaged radius
head end stop

4, 6 or 12 mm
Loop swaged

GreenGuide

GreenGuide

GreenGuide

three sizes:
30 / 4 mm

rod holder
Swaged
Wall clearance (W)
means the distance
between the façade
W
and the training system 64 64 64 54 55 64
(centre of rope).

WA L L C L E A R A N C E
EXAMPLES 46 46 46 46 46 47 44 44 44 65

Eye bolt, slotted,


with support washer 48 W W W W W W W W W W

No. 30836–0044–01
Unslotted
44
No. 30836–0044

Eye bolt, slotted,


with support washer 48
No. 30836–0064–01
Unslotted
64

No. 30922–0800
+ 1 2
No. 30836–0064

Eye bolt, slotted,


with support washer 48
No. 30836–0084–01
Unslotted
84
No. 30836–0084

GreenGuide spacer
Ø 20 / 50 49
No. 30919–0058 74 80 64 68 61 68 71 74

/
GreenGuide spacer
Ø 20 / 50 49
No. 30919–0075 91 97 81 85 78 85 88 91

No. 30922–0800–01
+ 6
GreenGuide spacer
Ø 20 / 50 49
No. 30919–0100 116 122 106 110 103 110 113 116
Spacer basket
Ø 40 / 100
No. 30897–0075 91 97 81 85 85 88 91

/
51

Spacer basket
Ø 40 / 100

No. 30922–0800–02
No. 30897–0100 116 122 106 110 110 113 116
51

+ 4
Spacer basket

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Ø 40 / 100
No. 30897–0150 166 172 156 160 160 163 166
51

Technical data subject to change.


Spacer basket
Ø 40 / 100
No. 30897–0200 216 222 206 210 210 213 216
51
®
42
INOX LINE see page no. COMPONENT COMBINATIONS 43
42.1– 42.4

51 1 Spacer basket Ø 40 /100


with four different
wall clearances

46 2 Swaged GreenGuide eye 8


for rope Ø 4 mm
(dome nut M8, p. 65)

64 3 Angle section 3 9
in two sizes: 4
30/30/4 or 40/40/4 mm

46 4 Swaged radius head


end stop
for rope Ø 4 mm
5 10
65 5 Climber stud
UV-resistant plastic
Colour grey 11
52 6 GreenGuide cross clamp 90°
UV-resistant plastic
Colour grey
12
52 7 Rope clip for stainless steel rod
UV-resistant plastic 6
Colour grey

62 8 End cap
for wooden rod Ø 25 mm

49 9 GreenGuide spacer
Ø 20/50
with three wall clearances

62 10 Wooden rod holder 16


incl. special Mininut 7
for wooden rod Ø 25 mm 15
65 11 Horizontal rod Ø 3.7 13
for combinations
with vertical ropes

63 12 Wooden rod Ø 25 14
glazed spruce (grey)
or untreated larch

62 13 Wooden rod holder


accepts rope guide point

65 14 GreenGuide
overload clamp
as a rope guide point

44 15 Stainless steel rope Ø 4


Construction 6 x7+ SE

47 16 Turnbuckle with
GreenGuide eye LT2
for on-site assembly

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Technical data subject to change.
2
®
44
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm see page no. ROPE / EXTERNAL THREADS 45
44.1 44.2 45.1

The user is responsible for


1 2 3 4 5 choosing the correct as-
sembly method and the proper rope
diameter. Functionality is guaranteed
only by Jakob rope No. 10820–0400
with the yellow code filament.

Tensioning range information:


both thread ends are screwed halfway
into the turnbuckle body.

= make longer (relax)


= make shorter (tension)
65
52
65 Swaged external thread
51 The swaging process lengthens
dimension b by about 3%.

R Right-hand thread
L Left-hand thread

64
For on-site assembly

M8 M8

R 60 R 60 M8
R

We assemble all end connectors with wire ropes that


are manufactured in-house. Jakob® wire ropes
are subject to strict quality inspections. All components
are carefully matched. This assures superior functionality and com-
pliance with guaranteed breaking loads. For safety reasons, ø12 ø12 ø12

T U R N B U C K L E W I T H E X T E R N A L T H R E A D LT 2

WITH GREENGUIDE EYE AND TURNBUCKLE


use only Jakob® wire ropes in combination with items designed for
on-site assembly. See description on page 21.
80 sw 10
80 80
b b b
STAINLESS STEEL ROPE Ø 4 / 6x7+SE

S WA G E D E X T E R N A L T H R E A D E N D

M8 M8
Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load

Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load

Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load


Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load

Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load


FELCO C7 WIRE ROPE CUTTER

R c R c

S WA G E D E X T E R N A L T H R E A D
Minimum breaking load: 9.1 kN (kN x 102 = kp)

For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending


For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending

WITH EXTERNAL THREAD


b b
L L
E X T E R N A L T H R E A D LT 2

S WA G E D T U R N B U C K L E
12
WIRE ROPE END CAP

ø 8,2
36 ø 20
ø8
Soft plastic, colour black

ø12
14,4

SW 13

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1.4401 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316


Technical data subject to change.
No. 10820– No. 30804– No. 30740– No. 30850– b c No. 30910– b c No. 30911– b No. 30911– b No. 30911– b
0400 0400 0500 0400–031 67 30 0400–30 66 30 0400–01 197,5 0400–02 197,5 0400–03 108
0400–062 97 60 0400–60 96 60 Tension range: Tension range: Tension range:
0400–081 117 80 lengthen + 8 lengthen + 8 lengthen + 4
shorten –24 shorten –24 shorten –12
S WA G E D R A D I U S H E A D
END STOPS

3
Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load

0400
ø7
r 12
49

No. 30869–
ø12
1.4404 / AISI 316

28 32
®

S WA G E D G R E E N G U I D E E Y E
Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load

0400
No. 30914–
ø 8,2

29
ø20
INOX LINE

12
1.4404 / AISI 316

ø7

t
by about 3%.
lengthens the
Swaged parts:

With thimble
compression sleeve
The swaging process

S Without thimble
45
COMPRESSED LOOP
Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load
M8

0400
S

ø13

thimble
without
No. 20803–
16

6,5

with
t

0400

thimble
ca.60

No. 20804–
ø11
Ø 4.0

1.4404 / AISI 316

WELDED
WIRE ROPE END

0400
mm

No. 30905–
ø 4,5
46.1

The user is responsible

No. 10820–0400 with

1.4401 / AISI 316


assembly method and

teed only by Jakob rope

the yellow code filament.


the proper rope diameter.
Functionality is guaran-
for choosing the correct

LIGHT LOOP CLAMP


Breaking strength: 90% of min. rope-breaking load
ø20
t

No. 30874–
0400–01
ø11

Rope end should protrude


see page no.

at least 20 mm if not welded


48

6,5

1.4404 / AISI 316


47.1

10

S WA G E D L O O P W I T H
GREENGUIDE EYE
ø13

Breaking strength: 90% of min. rope-breaking load


0400
No. 30915–
ø 8,2
6
47.3

1.4404 / AISI 316


16
21
13,5

T U R N B U C K L E W I T H G R E E N G U I D E E Y E LT 2
For on-site assembly / Patent/DBGM pending
Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load
No. 30911–
ø20

ø12

0400–04
L Left-hand thread

L
R
R Right-hand thread

+8
into the turnbuckle body.

156

–24
ø 8,2

range:
= make longer (relax)

Tension
80
= make shorter (tension)

b
10
Tensioning range information:
both thread ends are screwed halfway

1.4404 / AISI 316


END STOP / EYES / LOOPS

TURNBUCKLE WITH SWAGED GREENGUIDE EYE


Breaking strength: 90% of minimum rope-breaking load
ø20

ø12
46

No. 30911–
0400–05
51

ø 8,2

+8
156

–24
80

range:
b

Tension
10

L
R
64
47

12

1.4404 / AISI 316


47.2

Technical data subject to change.


All rights reserved. © 1988 / 02 by Jakob AG Switzerland. Rev.1
RI N G N UT WI TH S UP P OR T WA S H E R

No. 30918–
0800–01
M8
ø50
ø8

ø 36
ø 20
ø 20

c
®

65

variable
24
46

52
1.4404 / AISI 316
INOX LINE

E Y E BOLT, S L OTTE D
WI TH S UP P OR T WA S H E R
Patent/ DBGM pending
48.1 48.2

No. 30836–

0084–01
0064–01
0044–01
65
53

M8
ø50
ø 18
ø 50

84
64
44
ø 8,1

16
b
ø9
M8

1.4404 / AISI 316 47

64
E Y E BOLT WI TH
S U P P O R T WA S H E R

0084
0064
0044
see page 51

No. 30836–
Ø 4.0

M8
ø50
Threaded extender

ø 18

84
64
44
ø 8,1

16
b
mm

1.4404 / AISI 316

S PA C E R Ø 12 / 24

M8

No. 30919–
2

0800–01
see page no.

b
ø12

variable
max. 75
ø24
b

c2
c1

c1/c2
variable
1.4404 / AISI 316
47

49

GRE E N GUI DE S PA C E R
Ø 20 / 50
0100
0075
0058
No. 30919–
6
ø50

M8

75
58

100
ø 20

c1/c2
variable
b

c2
c1

1.4404 / AISI 316


49.1

S UP P OR T TUBE
POM (Delrin) black
H OLE SAW GR E E NG U I D E
SPACERS

ROPE GUIDE
No. 30919–
0800–03
0044
No. 30912–
No. 30920–
0400–00
8

ø11
ø 42

b
ø 20

ø 44
48

ø4

variable
ø 6,3
ø 8,2
1,5

1.4404 / AISI 316


Costs per cut and drilling: No. 20800–0001
49

Technical data subject to change.


All rights reserved. © 1988 / 02 by Jakob AG Switzerland. Rev.1
®
50
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm see page no. SPACERS / WEBNET 51
50.1 51.1 51.2

49

47

46

Correct wall mounting (see page 20)

H OLE
is the responsibiility of the user. Strength

S AW
ratings and permissible loads based on
the application must be calculated by a Curved mounting surface
qualified engineer (see page 21). see pages 58 /59. ø 94

ø 40
No. 30912– ø 6,3
0090
c1
M8

WEBNET ø 50 c1
This multifunctional mesh is made of stainless steel wire rope dimensioned
to customer specifications. Please contact us

S PA C E R BA S K E T Ø 40 / 100
M8
for customised planning with WEBNET.
WI TH H E A DL E S S S C RE W

Other rope Ø on request. 6 c2 Costs for cut and drilling: No. 30897–0020–01
M8

TH RE A DE D E XTE N DE R
ø10 ø 90
20
b
S U P P O R T WA S H E R

ø11

S UP P OR T TUBE
European patent pending

Patent / DBGM pending


c1
ø100
M8 c
WE BN E T

All rights reserved. © 1988 / 02 by Jakob AG Switzerland. Rev.1


x
M8
c2 ø100 c2
5
1.4401 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

Technical data subject to change.


No. 20255– x Rope-Ø No. 30919– ø c1/c2 No. 30897– b c1 c2 No. 30919– c No. 30897– b
0200 200 1.5 0050–01 50 variable 0075 75 variable variable 0800–05 variable 0020 –10 foam-filled variable
0400 400 1.5 0100–01 100 variable 0100 100 0020 –11 unfilled variable
0150 150
0200 200
®
52
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm siehe Seite Nr. CROSS CLAMPS 53
52.1 52.2 53.1 53.2 53.3

Adjustable cross clamp with support washer


This product may be used only as an intermediate
rope guide (not as an end connector). Dimension b1
corresponds to the distance between the wall and
the inner wire rope.

65

44
44

51

53.4
64 64 51

90° 0°– 90° No. 30836–

A D J U S TA B L E C R O S S C L A M P

A D J U S TA B L E C R O S S C L A M P

A D J U S TA B L E C R O S S C L A M P
The user is responsible for choosing the correct

G R E E N G U I D E A D J U S TA B L E
assembly method and the proper rope diameter.
M8

W I T H S U P P O R T WA S H E R
WITH INTERNAL THREAD
ø 20
HORIZONTAL ROD Ø 3.7

ø15 13 ø 20
CROSS CLAMP 90°

CROSS CLAMP 90°

ø 20 ø 20
31
ROPE CLIP FOR

M4

CROSS CLAMP
ø 21
GREENGUIDE

Patent / DBGM pending

Patent / DBGM pending

Patent / DBGM pending


31 ø 50 b1
ø 20
UV-resistant plastic

UV-resistant plastic

5 21 19,5
8 15 6
15,5 10
7 ø4

All rights reserved. © 1988 / 02 by Jakob AG Switzerland. Rev.1


3,5 1,5

M12 M12 M12 M8 21


16
316

316

316

316

316
Technical data subject to change.
303

303

303

303

303
No. 30920– No. 30920– No. 30858– No. 30858– No. 30858– No. 30836– b1 No. 30920–
AISI

AISI

AISI

AISI

AISI
0400–01 0400–02 0400 0400–01 0400–02 0044–40 44 0400–03
1.4404/ /AISI

1.4404/ /AISI

1.4404/ /AISI

1.4404/ /AISI

1.4404/ /AISI
0064–40 64
1.4305

1.4305

1.4305

1.4305

1.4305
0084–40 84

Adjustable 0° to 90°
®
54
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm see page no. ROD SYSTEM 55
54.1 54.2 55.1

49
65

ø10

1 Fig 54.2:
The GreenGuide overload
clamp (page 65) clamps the
end of the wire rope. The de-
The user is responsible for choosing the fined clamping force of 1 kN
correct assembly method. allows the rope to slip when
Strength ratings and permissible loads gripped by vigorously twining ø 20
based on the application must be calcu- climbers, thus lengthening the
GROUN D S TA I N L E S S S TE E L ROD Ø 10

lated by a qualified engineer (see page 21). rope (see page 19, item E).

GRE E N GUI DE ROD / ROP E H OL DE R


13 M8 18

ø10,2 ø 8,2
ø10,5
GRE E N GUI DE ROD H OL DE R

With two internal threads and two contour fittings


80

ROD / ROP E C ON N E C TOR

ROD / ROP E C ON N E C TOR


b1
r = 10
54.3 20
116
54.4 ø 8,5 18

ROD SETSCREW
20
Costs per cut: No. 20800–0002

ø 20

With two internal threads


ø 20 ø18
With one internal thread

ø 8,5
13 M8
M8
40 13 18 ø10,5

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13 M8
ø10,2

18

ø10,2
17 13 M8 13 M8 18 3

r=10
1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316


Technical data subject to change.
No. 30921– No. 30921– b1 No. 30921– No. 30921– No. 30921– No. 30921–
1000–01 1000 max. 2500 1000–02 1000–03 1000–04 0800
®
56
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm see page no. TRELLISWORK 57
56.1 56.2 57.1

51

SPACER WASHER
For GreenGuide trelliswork
12

ø 8,2

ø 20

1.4404 / AISI 316


No. 30922–
0800
65

750

GREENGUIDE TRELLIS-
150 75

SWAGED LOOPS
76
ø 20 ø 8,5

WORK WITH

Eye thickness
= 12 mm
S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 b

1.4404 / AISI 316


No. 30922– b (rope length) S (number of ropes)
0600–01 max. 6000 with 5 ropes ( S1 / S2 / S3 / S4 / S5 )
0600–03 max. 6000 with 3 ropes ( S1 / S3 / S5 )
0600 without ropes

The user is responsible for


choosing the correct assem-
bly method and the proper 750
rope diameter. Functionality 150 75
is guaranteed only by Jakob
rope No.10820–0400 with the
yellow code filament. Strength

GREENGUIDE TRELLIS-

For on-site assembly (without ropes)


ratings and permissible loads

TENSIONER FITTINGS
based on the application must R
be calculated by a qualified en-
gineer (see page 21).
G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 b

Tensioning range in-


WORK WITH

formation: both thread ends L


are screwed halfway into the
turnbuckle body.

All rights reserved. © 1988 / 99 by Jakob AG Switzerland.


= make longer (relax) 76
= make shorter (tension)

Technical data subject to change.


1.4404 / AISI 316
R Right-hand thread
No. 30922– G (number of tensioner fittings) b
L Left-hand thread 0600–02 with 5 tensioner fittings (G1 / G2 / G3 / G4 / G5) 200
0600–04 with 3 tensioner fittings (G1 / G3 / G5) Tension range:
lengthen + 8
shorten –24
®
58
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm see page no. COLUMN GREENING 59
58.1 58.3 59.1 59.2

49

49
46

46
52
46
52

65
52

46

58.2 patent pending patent pending

b1
For curved mounting surfaces / European patent pending

ø 40

Costs per cut: No. 20800–0002


Costs per bend: No. 20800–0004
M8
c1 90°
S PA C E R BA S K E T Ø 40 / 100

ø 3,7
ø20 ~g
C I RC UL A R ROD Ø 3.7

A N GL E D ROD Ø 3.7
For curved mounting surfaces

4 x M5

c1
S PA C E R Ø 20 / 50

Costs per cut: No. 20800–0002 b2


b Costs per bend: No. 20800–0003
GRE E N GUI DE

4 x M4

ød max. 800
b Column Ø + 2 x wall clearance = ød

ø 3,7

All rights reserved. © 1988 / 99 by Jakob AG Switzerland.


M8
c2 c2
ø50 ø100
1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

Technical data subject to change.


No. 30919– b c1/ c2 No. 30897– b c1/c2 No. 30922– ød g No. 30922– b1 / b2 patent pending

0058–02 58 variable 0075–01 75 variable 0400–01 variable approx. 10 0400–02 variable


0075–02 75 variable 0100–01 100 variable max. b1 + b2 = max. 1000
0100–02 100 variable 0150–01 150 variable 800 The user is responsible for choosing the correct assembly method (see page 20).
Strength ratings and permissible loads based on the application must be calculated
0200–01 200 variable
by a qualified engineer (see page 21).
®
60
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm WOODEN ROD SYSTEM 61

1 End cap

2 Stainless steel rod


see page 65 10
3 Wooden rod holder 5
4 Wooden rod

5 Wooden rod connector


11

6 Wall mount
See mounting principle
on page 20 and assembly 8
aids on page 64.

7 Spacer
Depending on load
and desired wall clearance
(see pages 49 and 51).

8 Radiused head screws


with special Mininut
contained in the scope
of delivery of wooden rod
fittings.

9 Hammer pins
are available for all
wooden rod fittings
in place of radiused
head screws.
Caution: hammer
pins cannot be
removed once
installed!

All rights reserved. © 1988 / 99 by Jakob AG Switzerland.


9
10 GreenGuide cross clamp
see page 52

Technical data subject to change.


11 Rope clip for
stainless steel rod
see page 52
®
62
INOX LINE M8 Ø 4.0 mm see page no. WOODEN ROD SYSTEM 63
62.1 62.2 63.1 – 63.4 63.5

51
A 1

52

65

49

2 52

49 D

E
62.3 3 L
F

63.7
H

Spruce
C glazed, grey, not drilled
63.6 50
ø5
WOODEN ROD CONNECTOR

Spruce
Wooden rod fittings 50 D glazed, grey, drilled
are available with
WOODE N ROD H OL DE R

L Radiused head screws –01


Larch
or with 4 E
ø 25 untreated, not drilled

S WA G E D E N D S T O P
SW
H Hammer pins –02
10
(see Fig. 63.6) ø 13
W 100 Larch
F untreated, drilled
ø 30 Mininut M8 11,2

WOODE N ROD
ø 30
20
ø 26 ø 26 2000

For stainless steel rod


A 10 B Possible wall clearances
With special Mininut

ø5 (max. lateral force see page 21) W


ø5
END CAP
For wooden rod

10 10 ø 3,7

No. 20800–0002
25 b
Spacer basket Ø 40/100 (page 51):

Costs per cut:


ø 8,2 20 1
W = 100 / 125 / 175 / 225 mm
60 ø 5 60

All rights reserved. © 1988 / 99 by Jakob AG Switzerland.


ø 26 ø16 40
ø 20
ø 30 Spacer Ø 20/50 (page 49): 100
3 2
W = 83 / 100 / 125 mm

1.4404 / AISI 316


1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

1.4404 / AISI 316

Technical data subject to change.


No. 30923– No. 30923– No. 30923– Spacer Ø 12/24 (page 49): No. 30923– b No. 30923– Fig.
0003–01 0001–01 with radiused head screws (–01) 0002–01 W = variable, max. 80 mm 3 0004 max. 0006 C
0003–02 0001–02 with hammer pins (–02) 0002–02 2000 0007 D
Support washer Ø 50 (page 50): 0008 E
W = 31 mm 4
0009 F
B OLT ANCHO R
With internal thread
high-strength steel, galvanized
with stainless steel spreader
suitable only for concrete

No. 30803–
0800–02

2
M8

3
R Right-hand thread

18

50

see description on page 19 + 29


GreenGuide overload clamp:
®

ANGLE SECTION T V M M O R TA R
Dimensions and holes to your specifications SH PERFORATED ANCHOR

4
Length max. 2500 mm For hollow and solid walls

4040
3030
No. 30803–

No. 30922–
0800–05
INOX LINE

0800–051

b1
Mastic gun:

consists of:
TVM mortar

• 2 mixer tube
80

b2

40/40
30/30
b1/b2
with press barrel
• 1 cartridge 150 ml
1.4404 / AISI 316
Costs per cut: No. 20800–0005 / Costs per drilling: No. 20800–0006

The perforated anchor is


• 6 SH perforated anchors
resin mortar. A mounting kit

The threaded rod can be ce-


needed only for hollow walls.
is a two-component synthetic
R AMPA SCR E W - I N NU T

mented directly into solid walls.


F O R WOOD
F L AT S E C TI ON Galvanized steel with hexagon socket
Dimensions and holes to your specifications Type SK
No. 30803–
0800–04

Length max. 2500 mm

0040
0030
M8

No. 30922–
b
M8

18

40
30
~ DIN 7965

1.4404 / AISI 316


Costs per cut: No. 20800–0005 / Costs per drilling: No. 20800–0006
E Y E B O LT
W I T H WA S H E R
Ø 4.0

S E C TI ON
No. 30888–
0800–05

C ON N E C TOR
effective when a male and

prevents self-loosening.
tion-proof. The thread lock fluid
The connection becomes vibra-
female thread pair is tightened.
The locking action becomes
encapsulated components.
contains two separate micro-
Lacquer-like coating which
VC3 thread lock fluid
ø18
ø8,1

4004
3004
4

113

No. 30922–
40

2/3

b
M8

40
30
9

21
ø 24

8,5
mm

8,5
30
1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316
must be filled
Thread roots

41,5
at least 2/3.

H ORI ZON TA L ROD VC 3 TH READ HE XAGON HE A D


Ø 3 .7 LOCK FLUID CAP SCR E W
Length max. 2500 mm DIN 933
0001
0800
M8

No. 30922–
No. 30879–
No. 30843–

0400–00
0800–025
0800–016
ø14,4

40
25
16
R Right-hand thread

1
c
13

5,3

1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316


Costs per cut: No. 20800–0002

C L I M BE R S TUD H EX AGON N U T SOCKE T


UV-resistant plastic DIN 934 HE AD SCR E W
Colour grey DIN 912
0400
0800
0800
M8

No. 30906–
No. 30844–

No. 30892–
0800–025
0800–016

ø15
M8
ø14,4
c

35
25
16

2
10
c
8

13

6,5
ø13

PVC 1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316

GRE E N GUI DE DOM E N U T WA S H E R


OV E RL OA D C L A M P DIN 1587 DIN 433
Slip element for vigorous twiners
0800
10
0800

No. 30920–
No. 30894–

0400–10
16
No. 30896–

M8
ø14,4
M8
ø15

M8
ø 20
ø4
13

15
1,6

ø 8,2

1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316


4
1,5 12
SECTIONS / ASSEMBLY AIDS

SPACER WASHERS LOCK NUT WASHE R F OR W O O D


For GreenGuide eyes DIN 985 DIN 9021 B
0800
64

No. 30922–
No. 30896–

No. 30892–
0800–24

0800–01
0800–02
0800–02
M8

ø 8,2
ø14,4
M8
ø 24

6
4
b

12
8
13

b
65

ø20
2

1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316 1.4404 / AISI 316


Technical data subject to change.
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®
66
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