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Standing Rigging

STANDING RIGGING


Standing rigging is a category name given to any component that is involved in keeping a mast in a standing postion. Wherever possible Riggtech prefers to use 316 grade material for its much lower corrosion factor.

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Stainless Steel wire
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Stainless Steel wire rope most commonly used on yachts is constructed from a number of round strands woven together
More strands = More flexible


1 x 19 strand construction is  used in non-flexible applications







7 x 7 strand construction is used in semi-flexible applications







7 x 19 strand construction is used in very flexible applications


Dyform® & Hamma® wire

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Dyform® & Hamma® wire is constructed from angular strands that lay against each other in a locked formation restricting the rotation and wind-up, which results in less elongation


1 x 7 strand construction is used in sizes 2.5mm to 4mm






1 x 19 strand construction is used in sizes 5mm to 12mm



Measuring wire diameter

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Turnbuckles - Rigging Screws


Tbuckle00 Closed body
Toggle + Swage Turnbuckle
Tbuckle01 Sealoc
Toggle + Swage Turnbuckle
Tbuckle02 Sealoc Calibrated
Toggle + Swage Turnbuckle
Tbuckle03 Sealoc
Toggle + Toggle Turnbuckle
Tbuckle04 Sealoc
Toggle + Eye Turnbuckle
Tbuckle05 Sealoc
Eye + Eye Turnbuckle
swage_terminal Terminal + Swage
swage_toggle Toggle + Swage
swage_fork Fork + Swage
swage_eye Eye + Swage

 



Running rigging
is a category name given to any component that is involved in running (moving) sails and other items either part or the entire length of the mast or the vessel. These components range from blocks, halyards, control lines, shackles of  various types, sheaves, cleats & rope clutches, boom brakes & travellers.