Can Easily Be Removed for Future Repairs or Maintenance
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Charles Scott of Robbins, NC has created a modified in-line fence strainer.Over time, wires stretch and need tightening, a task typically performed with an inline fence strainer ratchet. However, this tool only works if the fence is unbroken or long enough for reattachment. Recognizing this limitation, Charles invented the Ratchet Chief, a revolutionary tool that simplifies the maintenance process. No longer does the wire need to be unbroken or of a particular length. The invention has transformed routine maintenance on farms and ranches, making wire fences even more efficient and cost-effective than before.But how does it work? With the Ratchet Chief, no longer will you have to wrap the wire directly to the strainer. Instead, simply pull the wire through the thimble at the end of a 32 stainless steel cable. Wrap the wire around itself or use a sleeve to crimp the wire. Once you secure the strainer to the opposite end of the cable, you are now ready to tighten the fence. Watch as the cable goes on with ease! It can also be removed easily for future repairs or maintenance.The Rachet Chief is now ready for market! Want to learn more? Be the first to contact us NOW for additional information or for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities!
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