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Judin Polyester Wire Introduction

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Judin Wire:

Judin wires are specially designed monofilaments to substitute the use of conventional steel cables and wire for farming, agriculture, vineyards, orchards, culture under cover, wind breakers, green houses ( shading and roofing), safe fences for animal husbandry, cover for dams and ponds, marine cultures and variety of other applications.

Judin wires are produce with Nylon and Polyester and the advantages they offer are listed below. One would choose between the 2 based on the area of usage. Most of the advantages these lines offer over the conventional metal cables are the same with a few significant differences making them the preferred choices for certain applications.

  • Judin wires are lighter than steel cables making handling much easier than steel cables resulting in a much easier and faster installation than steel cables.
  • Once the Judin wire is properly tensioned it requires no maintenance and does not sag further because of the low stretch factor of PET.
  • Judin wires are highly U.V and weather stabilized. The wire does not degrade from exposure to sunlight and requires no maintenance in even extreme weather conditions.
  •  One of the many advantages of the line is its stability against extreme temperatures which prevents melting and damage to the plastic film covering used in greenhouses to prevent frost damage to plants.
  • Judin wire does not rust and are non corrosive. The Judin wire exhibits good resistance to chemicals and fertilizers and hence lasts longer.
  • Judin wire does not damage plants, animals or the environment.
  • One of the other advantages of using this wire is that it does not conduct electricity or currents making it a safe alternative in case of lightening.
  •  PET Judin wire exhibits lower elongation and lower water, humidity or moisture absorption making it the preferred wire for many applications.

 

Product Advantage 

EASY INSTALLATION;
EASY TO HANDLE;
LESS MAINTENANCE;
MANIPULATION OF FOLIAGE;
LESS CLIPS OR STAPLES;
SUITABLE FOR USE WITH NEW TECHNOLOGY;
NO CORROSION;
EASY TO REPAIR;
NEUTRAL TO TEMP;
Judin WIRE SPECIFICATION;

DIAMETER

COLOUR

LOAD

ELONGATION

METERAGE

mm

 

Kgs

IN %

Mtrs/ KG

2.20

BLACK

160

17

190

2.20

TRANSPARENT

160

17

190

2.50

BLACK

200

17

145

2.50

TRANSPARENT

200

17

145

3.00

BLACK

300

17

100

3.50

BLACK

385

17

75

4.00

BLACK

480

17

55

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