Services We Offer

316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel Wire Rope/Cable & Cable Fittings Including Single Strand Electric Fencing Wire

We import our products in bulk directly from manufacturers in Europe and the Far East and thus are able to pass on the lower cost savings to our clients.

Over and above importing products, we pride ourselves in carrying out a large amount of Research and Development on Stainless Steel Fittings using Local suppliers and materials. Thus continually being able to assist our clients with their needs.


We have a fully equipped workshop able to swage and crimp cable fittings onto cables ranging from 1.5mm up to 10mm cable.

Our Swaging Equipment comes from approved Swedish Manufacturers.


For the DIY enthusiast we offer full Technical Support and Advise on any DIY project from balustrade and curtain cables to wall creeper trellis systems.

We offer Hand held Hydraulic Swaging Tools, Cable Cutters and Crimpers for Hire for those once off projects.


Manufacturers, Supplier and Installers of Shade Related Products

We design, manufacture and install a wide variety of Shade Related Products from your Standard Shadeport Design through to more complex site specific Shadesail Designs.

It seemed only apt as we only use  our own 316 Marine Grade Stainless steel cable and rigging fittings on our shade products.

We only use Hot Gipped Galvanized Steelwork on our Shadeports and Shadesails where required.

Core Drilling

Core drilling into concrete/brick up to 162 mm Diameter. We are capable of testing Rope Access Points up to 15 kN if required.

Whether you’re in the construction industry or are busy with a DIY project, there are times when you need to make a medium to large size cylindrical hole in a brick or cement wall. Core drilling is a fast, accurate and clean way to drill holes in concrete. Concrete core drilling involves drilling perfectly rounded holes in concrete walls, floors, ceiling, and other structures. Core drilling is done to make provisional holes for the purposes of electrical wiring, plumbing, fire fighting systems, rainwater outlets, heating, air-conditioning, and ventilation installations. On brick walls, RCC walls, black stones, slabs, beams, columns, and water tanks, etc core-drilling can be done.

A core drill is needed for this kind of work. This is a drill that cuts a hole and removes the core (the centre part of the hole) as it drills. Unlike an ordinary drill, a core drill does not have a shaft like a normal drill bit. Instead, a cylindrical cutter is attached to an arbour, which then slots into the drill. There are many different sizes of core drill bits to allow for different sizes of pipes and wires. Because this is a more specialized tool, you may consider asking Access and Rigging Services to supply this service for your next project.


Using high-quality tools is vital to ensure that you can do the best work possible. However, top brands are expensive to purchase, especially specialized power tools and equipment that you are unlikely to use often. Instead, using us to do your core drilling makes sense, because you have access to a top brand tool that has been well maintained.


Safety Anchor Points/Anchor Point Load Testing

Anchor points are the first of three very important components of an effective fall arrest system. Choosing a suitable anchor point location and mechanism can make the difference between life and death if a dangerous fall was to occur.

Safety anchor points are crucial to the safety of work at height operations. Anchor points are usually installed on the roofs of buildings, but can also be installed on walls, doors and windows and are used as a connection point for lifelines, work restraint systems and rope access. Anchor points are used to connect lanyards, lifelines, and other forms of tie-off which prevent a worker/s from falling. They form an integral component of the fall protection system that keeps our rope access technicians safe whilst performing a job, whether it’s painting, window cleaning, light installation, concrete repairs, and more.


Roof anchors can be as simple as a D-ring connection or as complex as a complete lifeline system. Safety anchor points can be permanent or temporary, depending on the client’s needs and the nature of the job. For example: permanent safety anchor points might be considered for buildings or structures that require frequent work by rope access technicians. They can also simple or highly sophisticated and complex, offering workmen a complete lifeline system.

Access and Rigging Services are able to supply and test (recommended on an annual basis) both permanent and temporary anchor points.

General Steelwork/Welding/Manufacturing

Balustrades, Shopfitting , Client Specific requests.

Rope Access and General Maintenance/Repairs

As from our humble beginnings, we still offer General Maintenance and Repairs where Rope Access/Rigging is required.


Stainless Steel Electric Fence Wire

Available in 1.24mm dia and 1.60mm dia on coils in 316 Stainless Steel.

  • Great for fences very close to the coast line
  • It is the strongest type of fencing wire
  • Has a high resistance to corrosive environments i.e. will not rust easily