Round In-Line Strainer & Handle
- 3" diameter
- 1/4" space for wire
- Brand: Speedrite/Tru-Test
- Anodized Steel
- 0.5" diameter
- 19" long
How to Use
- Pull HT wire hand-tight and terminate at each end post.
- Remove the U-shaped locking clip from strainer.
- Go to middle of the run and slide the wire into slot of strainer.
- Using round strainer handle insert the square shaft of handle into back of strainer.
- Turn handle right or left around as many times as needed to put desired amount of tension on the wire.
- Slide the 2 legs of U-shaped locking clip into holes on strainer. One leg goes above the wire, and one goes below. Make sure each leg runs through both sides of strainer. This will lock the strainer in place so you can release the tension and remove handle.
- Remove C clip from strainer.
- Insert center peg of handle into hole on side of strainer.
- Turn handle to apply tension.
- Replace C clip so that one leg is on one half of the strainer and the other leg is on the opposite half.
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Robert Z from Pennsylvania
I bought some of these a while ago and, if my memory serves me, they were made in New Zealand and were of good quality. I’ve bought others from local farm supply stores that were made in China and broke. I didn’t see a brand name or country of production noted in this write up. Are the ones you’re currently selling made in China?
Timothy S from New York
I have had a handle similar to this one for several years. I was always concerned about misplacing it or losing it. I had seen a handle at my local fencing store but it was not nearly as well designed as Premier’s handle, or my original handle.
I was very pleased to rediscover Premier 1 and the availability of this well designed handle. So now I have a spare to ensure that I won’t lose the original. The round inline strainers are the best fencing gadget ever.
Westley D from Kentucky
This strainer works good for the lighter gauge wire I was using. I’m not sure if it would work on 10 or 12 gauge wire. If you are installing many of these I would suggest getting the tightening tool advertised with it. I used a 1/2" drive cheater bar and it served the purpose, but it was awkward to use.
Donald W from Iowa
Makes tightening fence easy.
Bert M from Texas
They work great!