Brass Ferrules for Netting
- 9.13mm long
- 6.9mm wide at the back
- .51mm thick
How to Use
- Place the replacement conductor next to the broken end of a horizontal conductor in the netting.
- Using a pliers, crimp the ferrule together so that both conductor pieces are cinched tightly by the ferrule.
- Do the same to the other end.
- The ferrule is metal and should both physically and electrically connect the broken pieces.
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James W from Indiana
These work well for their intended purpose. They are easy enough to install for a wire repair, but they would benefit greatly with an appropriate crimping tool. I think it absurd that you have to buy these one-at-a-time. They should be packaged in lots of 25, 50, or 100. I tried to find these elsewhere and could not locate an exact copy.
Jessica W from Tennessee
I’m giving these a 5 star rating because they are exactly what I need right now to mend fence and Premier sends them out quickly, just as it should all be.
However, please know that I’m still dropping and losing these in the grass, and then pinching my fingers in the pliers, and occasionally incorrectly pinching the little things so that they have to be thrown out and the whole time I’m hurling 5 star cuss words about!
I would recommend them until someone can engineer something better!
Cynthia J from Washington
The idea for this ferrule is great, however it is too small for clamping repairs to the poultry netting electric fence. I had to resort to using duct tape to protect the knots tied. I will go to the store and buy some bigger ones to get the job done. Maybe I need some special tool to clamp them onto the wires.
Mica H from California
They work great, much better than using a knot.
Laurie D from New York
I’m sure these would work well on some things, but they did not help me much at all with my poultry netting repair. They are not big enough to crimp well around the knot they recommend in the repair video. I tried, failed and ruined many of these ferrules trying to crimp them. Not sure the ones that held are going to hold up in the field. Next time I’m going to the hardware store to just buy larger diameter ferrules.