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This windsock has been erected for a rural application and been installed correctly.
This 12 foot Windsock has been set up at the entrance to the Port Bouvard Marina. It certainly sets the scene and tells the story. It is illuminated for night time attraction.
Industrial Application to comply with Regulations. Excellent example of how and where to position the windsock. Visibility clear. Functionality perfect.
APPLICATION This section applies to all licensed aerodromes. INTERPRETATION Expressions used in this section have the same meaning as in section 92.1 REQUIREMENTS For the purposes of subregulation 89S (2) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988, this subsection sets out: Where a wind direction indicator must be located, and The circumstances in which more than […]
When using the cable ties to attach the windsock to the windsock frame, ensure that the cable tie’s ‘buckle’ is inside the rim to avoid the windsock material becoming damaged by rubbing on it. Once fitted, cut off the cable tie excess length. Windsocks will not function correctly if the mouth is not vertical and […]
Windsock Material for 8 and 12 Foot Windsocks. Made of compressed nylon, the windsock has the smooth side on the outside. When it gos through the rollers, it has the appearance of woven material, but it is continuous two sheets of compressed nylon. There are absolutely no gaps in the suface of the material. It […]
These are available in white, or yellow, and are also available in a choice of standard weight or heavy duty versions. the heavy duty version being for places of extreme wind, cyclone prone, or tropical areas. The 8 & 12 foot windsocks are calibrated for Aviation use, fitted with an internal hoop and four large […]
Windsock to Frame Attach windsock to frame using the cable ties supplied, keeping the longitudinal seams of the windsock at the 3 & 9 o’clock positions. The cable ties should be tight enough so that the windsock is restricted form rubbing on the frame rim. Windsock Frame to Vertical Support Any suitable support pole or […]