Blake UK

Blake Uk Small Lashing Kit

Repair Kit-5m lashing coil, 2 Small V Bolt
Blake UK

Blake Uk Small Lashing Kit

5m lashing coil, 2 Small V Bolt 1.75"x M8, 1 J Bolt 5.5"x 3/8", 3 Steel Corner Plates

7-strand 18g galvanised lashing wire. lashing kits use a 7-strand 18g galvanized lashing wire and galvanized steel corner plates for additional solidity and to prevent the lashing wire from damaging the chimney brick or mortar. 

Available with small (1.75")

Large, galvanised steel corner plates for additional solidity and to prevent the lashing wire from damaging the chimney mortar.

Heavy duty 'V and J' bolts.

Industry-standard nuts.

Kit Includes:

  • 1 x 5m Coil of Lashing Wire
  • 3 x Corner Plates
  • 2 x 1.5" V Bolts and 2 x J Bolts

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Repair Kit-5m lashing coil, 2 Small V Bolt

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Blake Uk small lashing kit is a set of hardware that is used to secure a TV antenna or aerial to a pole or mast. The kit typically includes a length of wire or cable, brackets, and fasteners such as screws or bolts.

The purpose of the kit is to provide a secure and stable mounting solution for the  digital TV aerial, which is important for ensuring that it can receive clear and consistent signals from TV broadcast towers. Without a stable mounting, the aerial can become misaligned or unstable, leading to poor reception or complete loss of signal.

The small lashing kit is designed for use with smaller TV aerials or antennas, and is typically suitable for poles or masts with a diameter of up to 2 inches. The wire or cable included in the kit is used to wrap around the pole or mast, with the brackets and fasteners used to secure the aerial to the wire or cable.

Installation of the kit is typically straightforward and can be done with basic tools such as pliers and a screwdriver. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully and ensure that the aerial is securely fastened to the pole or mast.

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