MacLean Power Systems has not allowed the #5202 or #5204 to be used on ropes courses for several years.
Now, Hubbell Power Systems/Fargo GDE5202 for 3/8" cable and the GDE5204 for 1/2" cable are no longer allowed to be used on ropes courses.
Please see this notice from Hubbell.
We still have a few 3/8" Automatic Dead Ends in stock if you need them for an application other than a ropes course. Please call (800)845-5692 for availability.
Guy Markers (Guy Guards) are made of high impact UV stabilized plastic and provides durable, high impact, protection for exposed utility pole guy wires, dead end fittings, and anchor rods.
One end is fitted with a stainless steel clamp and bolt for attachment.
1-1/2" Diameter X 95" Long
We have cut down the 8' Guy Guard to 95" to get around the oversize package surcharge added by UPS.
Please call (800)845-5692 for volume discount on more than 1 case.
$11.95 - Made in USA
Hot Dip Galvanized
Forged-eye No-Wrench screw anchors are designed to be installed either manually or with power driven equipment. Used to anchor guy cables to the ground. Holding strength varies depending on soil conditions, installlation procedures and alignment. See the chart below.
For small jobs, like the bottom of a backyard Cargo Net we have added a 1/2" X 30" Rod with a 3" Helix.
|Part No.||Description||Helix Dia.||
|Holding Capacity-(lbs) vs Soil Class|
|Class 5||Class 6||Class 7|
|D290C||Tripleye®||8"||1" x 66"||11000||9000||6000|
*Note: If hand installed, holding capacity may be reduced by as much as 10% to 20%. Capacity ratings apply to properly installed anchors only. Failure to install within 5° of alignment with the guy load will significantly lower strength.*RUS Accepted.
|Class||Common Soil-Type Description||Geological Soil Classification||Probe Values ft.-lb. (NM)||Typical Blow Count "N" per ASTM-D1586|
|0||Sound hard rock, unweathered (bedrock)||Granite, Basalt, Massive Limestone||N.A.||N.A.|
|1||Very dense and/or cemented sands; coarse gravel and cobbles||Caliche, (Nitrate-bearing gravel/rock)||over 60
(85 - 181)
|2||Dense fine sands; very hard silts and clays (may be preloaded)||Basal till; boulder clay; caliche; weathered laminated rock||over 50
(68 - 85)
|3||Dense sands and gravel; hard silts and clays||Glacial till; weathered shales, schist, gneiss and siltstone||42 - 50
56 - 68
|4||Medium dense sand and gravel; very stiff to hard silts and clays||Glacial till; hardpan; marls||33 - 42
(45 - 56)
|5||Medium dense coarse sands and sandy gravels; stiff to very stiff silts and clays||Saprolites, residual soils||25 - 33
(34 - 45)
|6||Loose to medium dense fine to coarse sands to stiff clays and silts||Dense hydraulic fill; compacted fill; residual soils||17 - 25
(23 - 34)
|**7||Loose fine sands; Alluvium; loess; medium - stiff and varied clays; fill||Flood plain soils; lake clays; adobe; gumbo, fill||8 - 17
(11 - 23)
|**8||Peat, organic silts; inundated silts, fly ash very loose sands, very soft to soft clays||Miscellaneous fill, swamp marsh||under 8
(0 - 11)
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