|Packaging||17 x 5 x 5 cm = 1 kg|
Tents are used for various purposes like picnics, receptions, and camping. Whatever the case, without steel tent pegs, it will not be possible to set up a tent. They are designed in order to give the tarpaulin enough stamina to resist very hot sun, heavy rain or strong winds. This maintains the shape of the canvas. Generally, a tent peg is a spike. It has a hook on the superior side that is inserted into the ground. This holds the canvas in place. It could either be directly or with ropes.
The hooks in question here are best utilized by pushing them into the ground by hand. Otherwise, depending on the texture of the soil, or if bigger pegs are being used, a special hammer can be used to drive them in. In order to effectively drive a consolidation push or a peg in the ground to a depth of not less than three quarters of its length.
To avoid deformations do not try to peg a stone or rock. Remember that in loose sandy soils and the depth of driving the peg should be increased.
The length of the peg: 170 mm
Diameter: 3 mm