Stainless steel cables are turned into universal elements by means of useful connectors, fittings and guides.
They have to be strong in order to take up the forces which occur and at the same time they must harmonise with the architecture.
A performance which the individual components negotiate with the greatest of ease. Including the jewel in the crown, the F50, a hammered external thread which brings together different diameters of stainless steel cable and final connectors in a perfect interference fit.
Long lengths of splendid cable can be seen in bridges and on stairways.
They provide safety, divide different areas of use from one another or mark structures in public spaces.
Generous forms require the cables to be strung in the right rhythm. Internal threads do sterling service here.
Reduced to a minimum as regards form, they secure the cable fixing, maintain cables at the right lengths and keep them parallel to one another.