wire adjustment hanging bracket ULTIMA Line Grip



 Main Applications


Main Applications

Hanging lighting, fixing equipment, store staging, inspection fixtures, etc.

Main delivery destinations
Banks, hotels, airports, stations, hospitals, universities, electrical equipment and materials companies, lighting equipment companies, and many others

  light iron substrate slab concrete floor (tension line) flange for lighting fixture

  horizontal tension (tension line) frame wood  

*Grips can be used within the allowable load, but if the strength of the fixing method is low, the strength is defined by that strength.

Please note the following


 What makes Ultima Line grips different from standard wire grips?


Difference from common wire grips.

It is a thinner wire with a smaller wire diameter, which allows you to hang heavy objects safely.

This is because the gripping mechanism of the hanger hook is different from that of ordinary hanger hooks.


  Ultima grip :Shoe type grip Other grip :Bearing grip

Shoe type grips (surface fixation) distribute the load by clamping the wire between two surfaces, thereby reducing the load on the wire. The original strength of the wire is maintained.


The shoe-type grip is a proprietary technology of Ultima.

Bearing type grips (point fixation) have less braking force because the force is concentrated at a single point, and the wire is easily damaged. The wire is easily damaged. 

  • High strength and high safety ratio
  • Utilized in industrial products 

  • Often utilized in display and interior design
  • Surface contact
  • Strong grip, especially resistant to vibration *1


  • Point contact
  • Grip strength is low. Weak against shock and vibration *2


  • Grip force is strong.
  • Difficult to release by hand (finger) *3

  • Grip force is low
  • Easy to release by hand (finger)

Burden on wire

  • Surface fixation
  • Less burden due to distributed load
  • Less damage and indentation such as strand breakage and waviness


  • Point fixation
  • Load is concentrated, so there is a heavy burden.
  • Damage and indentation such as strand breakage and waviness are inevitable.
  • Wire maintenance is necessary
  • Original design, not an off-the-shelf product
  • Other companies cannot easily manufacture (difficult to manufacture equivalent products)


  • Uses off-the-shelf bearings
  • Easy to manufacture

*1:90% to 100% of JIS standard wire breaking load of 170kg based on SUS304φ1.5mm (7×7) wire test values.

*2:50-70% of 170kg of JIS standard wire breaking load based on SUS304φ1.5mm (7×7) wire test value.

*3:Hybrid mechanism (pat.p) is also available to solve the disadvantage of difficulty in releasing the gripping force.


 Basic Grip Operation



 Grip Strength


Wire Maximum Static Load Value Allowable Load Value


1090N~1180N (111kg~120kg)

390N (40kg or less)


1670N~1880N (170kg~192kg) 540N (55kg or less)

* The maximum static load value is the maximum value when a stainless wire (7 x 7) is used for the grip in a stationary state and pulled until the wire breaks (when it breaks).

* The allowable load is calculated with a safety factor of approximately 1/3 of the maximum static load value, but the safety factor should be considered depending on the conditions of use.

* The maximum static load value varies depending on the type of wire used. Please contact us if you have any questions.


 Comparison of allowable load value by wire diameter


Wire ULTIMA grip (shoe type grip) Other grip (bearing type grip)

φ1.2 *1



φ1.5 *2

55kg 30kg

*1  Allowable load for stainless steel wire specifications.

*2  Allowable load differs depending on the type of hanger hook.


 Features of ULTIMA Line Grip


  • One-touch locking and adjusting function
  • Lock by simply inserting the wire. Unlock by operating the pin.

  • Easy operation ensures uniform work efficiency during installation and repair.

  • High strength
  • The maximum static load of the grip is almost equal to the JIS standard for wires. It can be used within a sufficient safety factor.
  • Wire-friendly
    • The internal locking mechanism reduces damage to the wire, making it safer, especially when subjected to impact.
  • Open design concept
    • Standard dimensions allow the use of commercially available nuts and anchors.
  • Compact design
    • The uniquely compact body expands the range of applications.


  • The grips have a strong locking force, so it may take more force to unlock them after a load is applied, but even if they are released strongly, the locking function will not be affected again.
  • Because the grips have an internal mechanism, the torque value is lower than that of normal bolts. Do not over-tighten.
  • If the cut end of the wire is untwisted, it will be difficult to get into the grip. Make sure the wire is cleanly cut and twisted.
  • Cut the wires cleanly and twist them into the grips to ensure smooth insertion.
  • Cut the excess wire that comes out of the grip, leaving 40 to 50 mm of excess wire. Please note that if the excess wire is forced and bent, it may affect the locking function.
  • For safety reasons, do not use damaged or bent wires.
  • Do not apply paint or oil to this product.