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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Trisha A from Texas
This tiny little part transforms Premier1 fencing into a repairable, durable fence. We've been using their electric netting for several years now. Over time, the fencing needs to be repaired due to normal wear and tear or unusual events. We love the fact that Premier1 offers everything that we need to extend the life of their high-quality fencing!
Ambling B from Maryland
I bought a packet of these because there are so few that come with the standard repair package that comes with a new ElectroNet. Between the sheep and the groundhogs, I need to repair several nets every year. It's a LOT easier to crimp the wires to gather rather than to wrap them with electrical tape, and stronger too. You don't want to be without a package of these handy. The only downsides are that they're REALLY small and easy to lose on the field, and they're not easy to crimp in a way that one end folds over the other (to make the repair stronger). It would be easier to make a good strong crimp if one side of the "U" were a bit longer than the other.
Diana R from Massachusetts
These clips were easy to use for repairing the fence quickly. The price is reasonable for buying a large amount. The repair kits don't have enough clips for most repair jobs. In order to improve the clips, I am not sure if a larger size or a rougher inner surface would be better to get a better grip.
John O from Iowa
I wish they were bigger so as to secure the notch of the netting better.
Eva F from New York
Not big enough and they don't work well. Even pinching two sections together as hard as possible they release the netting closest to the exit.