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Peregrine Hawk Kites

Bird Control Systems Ltd.

Unit 1A, Fordingbridge Business Park

Ashford Road, Fordingbridge

Hampshire, UK

SP6 1BD

T: +44 (0) 01425 654 967

F: +44  (0) 01425 839 367

info@BirdControl.net

 

 

 

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Bird Control Systems Ltd. registration number is 8601893 and is registered at 10 Bridge Street, Christchurch Dorset, BH23  U.K.

Peregrine Pro Hawk Kites is a registered trade mark of Bird Control Systems Ltd.

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Peregrine Pro HAWK-KITE + 13  Metre Aluminium Pole INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Lay out both sections, from the packet, on the ground 10 sections in total.

  2. Slot the subsections into each other, alternating from each main section (one from the left with the other one from the right and so on...)

  3. Ideally grease the joints before pulling tight to ease dismantling the pole when no longer in use

  4. Attach the kite line to top ring of the pole

  5. “Walk” pole upright and secure with tape and/or rope to post or solid upright structure

  6. Attach the kite to the silver clip the end of line and release to fly

  7. Adjust the line as needed by cutting and re-attaching.

 

 

  • Do not use kite and pole in winds above force 5 – 6

  • Do not use during electrical storms

  • Do not use near overhead wires

For easier installation, you can run a line through the centre of the pole and attach a nut at the top so it doesn’t pull through and drill a hole at the bottom to tie off the line. This holds the pipe together.

 

 

If you have issues with the kite wrapping itself around the pole, try putting the pole at an angle so the kite doesn’t dangle near the pole when there is no wind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All 5 metre and 7 metre glass fibre poles along with kites must be taken down in winds over 25mph.