Hail Net Adjusta Clip

Hail Net Adjusta Clip

The Hail Net Adjusta Clip is the ideal solution for holding and adjusting protective hail net over fruit trees vulnerable to hail damage. Used with a bungee system to provide ultimate tension and straightforward adjustment.

The new Cordall Hail Net Adjusta Clip can be placed anywhere in the netting. The two-piece design ensures placement is not restricted to net edges. The cleat allows bungee tension to be easily adjusted to suit variability within blocks and that caused by wind shifts.

Made with UV-treated Nylon 6 the clip is designed to withstand long sunshine hours.

For a longer-lasting solution use Cordall’s Solcor bungee. Manufactured in New Zealand for horticultural use, Solcor bungee has a solid rubber core with a UV-treated polyester cover to ensure resistance to weather conditions and general wear.

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Designed in New Zealand.

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The Hail Net Adjusta Clip is the ideal solution for holding and adjusting protective hail net over fruit trees vulnerable to hail damage. Used with a bungee system to provide ultimate tension and straightforward adjustment.

The new Cordall Hail Net Adjusta Clip can be placed anywhere in the netting. The two-piece design ensures placement is not restricted to net edges. The cleat allows bungee tension to be easily adjusted to suit variability within blocks and that caused by wind shifts.

Made with UV-treated Nylon 6 the clip is designed to withstand long sunshine hours

For a longer-lasting solution use Cordall’s Solcor bungee. Manufactured in New Zealand for horticultural use, Solcor bungee has a solid rubber core with a UV-treated polyester cover to ensure resistance to weather conditions and general wear.

 

Additional information
Colour

Black

Dimensions

58mm x 65mm x 28mm (when both halves are clipped together)

Materials

Glass-filled nylon reinforced ABS Plastic. UV Resistant

Product Code(s)

HNAC

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