Extra-high-strength cable (EHS) is stronger than common grade cable but significantly stiffer and cannot be hand-spliced. EHS is required when utilizing Rigguy wire stops. EHS (extra high strength) grade, 7-strand, left-hand lay steel cable
3/16" x 150' Extra High Strength Cable
Seven-strand, left-hand lay, corrosion-resistant, utility-grade steel cable has long been the staple of tree cabling in the US. A process first practiced in the early 1900’s, this method of cabling remains largely unchanged from its original format. Steel cabling is performed within tree canopies as a method of securing tree parts to one another as supplemental support to resist ice loads and wind forces, yet can provide no guarantee to save, hold together or especially reverse defective growing trends for the tree.
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