Each component listed is unique from every other component. They are divided into four groups: swaged tensioning and non-tensioning fittings, and swageless tensioning and non-tensioning fittings.
Cables must be tensioned, so there needs to be a tensioner on at least one end of each cable. On many cable runs, a tensioner can be used on one end and a non-tensioner fitting can be used on the other end. Non-tensioning devices are generally less expensive than tensioners.
Swaging is a term used for attaching fittings to cables. Swaged and swageless fittings can be used together on the same cable, as long as one end has a tensioning device.
Swaged Fittings. Generally less expensive than swageless fittings, swaged fittings require special equipment to swage the fittings onto the cables. On larger jobs, the savings in using swaged fittings may more than offset the cost of renting or purchasing the swaging equipment or having the fittings swaged onto the cables by a distributor or the factory.
Swageless Fittings. Generally more expensive than swaged fittings, swageless fittings offer the convenience of installation of the fittings onto the cables by hand, without the need for special equipment.
Invisiware® Receiver. Used in conjunction with Invisiware® swaging stud. Receiver fits into and can be concealed inside the end post. Can be used at an angle in conjunction with another Receiver (for any length Receivers) or with a Pull-Lock® fitting (for Receivers 2” or longer).
Adjust-A-Body® tensioners. Fitting styles that attach to end posts using tabs or lag eyes by threading into posts, lagging into wood, or anchoring into concrete.
Adjust-A-Jaw® Tensioner. Fitting attaches to a tab or lag eye on the outside of the end post (see Mounting Aids). Can be used on level runs or stairs.
Invisiware® Radius Ferrule. Fits into end post. Complements Invisiware® Receiver (above) on other end of cable.
Invisiware® Stud. The same fitting that threads into a Receiver can be used as a non-tensioning fitting.
Ultra-tec® Fixed Jaw. Fitting attaches to a tab or lag eye on the outside of the end post (see Mounting Aids). Complements Adjust-A-Jaw® tensioner (above) on other end of cable. Can be used on level runs or stairs.
Receiver with Push-Lock® stud. Invisiware® Receiver used with a swageless Push-Lock® stud instead of a swaging stud.
Push-Lock® Tensioners. Four varieties to match up with whatever end post need you have: lag in, thread in, or hinge for stairs.
Push-Lock® Turnbuckles. Six styles for a variety of end posts: lag in, thread in, hinge for stairs, or anchor into concrete.
Push-Lock® Fittings. Seven varieties to match up with whatever end post need you have — hide inside the post, lag in, thread in, anchor into concrete, hinge for stairs, or connect to a Receiver.
Pull-Lock® Fitting. For level runs. Fits into and can be concealed inside the end post.