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|Features:||High Strength,Superior Corrosion Resistance||Fence Type:||Galvanized Chain Link Fence, PVC Coated Chain Link Fence, Stainless Steel Chain Link Fence|
|Material:||Low Carbon Iron Wire,stainless Steel Wire And PVC Coated Wire||Keywords:||Easy Installation Vinyl Coated Chain Link Fabric|
|Surface Treatment:||Hot Dip Galvanized Or Powder Coated||Height:||6ft,8ft,10ft Etc.|
|Fence Roll Length:||50ft,100ft Etc||Application:||Highways,garden,Farm Houses,Power Stations|
|Wire Diameter:||2.5mm,3.15mm, 3.6mm, 4mm Etc||Mesh Opening Size:||50mm×50mm,60mm×60mm|
50mm×50mm chain metal fence,
vinyl coated chain metal fence,
50mm×50mm steel chain link fencing
Chain Link Fencing is an affordable, economical approach to fencing, while still providing a strong and durable product. It is a maintenance free fencing option that lasts decades. We offer 3 types of Chain Link Fences: Galvanized, Vinyl Coated, and Powder Coated.
Galvanized Chain Link fencing is the strongest most durable chain link fencing option. Galvanized Chain Link is offered in:
11 Gauge Galvanized Chain link –Light Residential Grade
9 Gauge Galvanized Chain Link – Heavy Residential and Standard Commercial Grade
6 Gauge Galvanized Chain Link – Heavy Commercial Grade
Vinyl Coated Chain Link fencing allows you to choose the colour of your mesh to match your home, building, or preference. Vinyl Coated Chain Link is 11-gauge galvanized wire coated with a layer of vinyl offered in black, brown, green, and white. Together the 11-gauge galvanized wire and the vinyl coating equal a 9-gauge mesh. This is also available using 9-gauge galvanized wire, which is vinyl coated to equal a heavier 6-gauge mesh. The mesh can be paired with the standard galvanized posts, rails, and fittings, or you can choose to have the pipe powder coated to match the colour of the mesh, the choice is yours.
Powder Coating is an advanced method of applying a decorative and protective finish to the galvanized posts, top rail and fittings. The powder coating is applied at high heat and is essentially baked right onto the steel. The result is an exterior finish that provides superior durability and long-lasting appeal. Quality Chain Link Fencing is pleased to offer powder coating in black, green, brown and white.
Mesh Aperature: 25mm to 60mm
Wire Diameters: 2.24mm, 2.50mm, 3.15mm and 4mm
Height: 450mm to 4500mm
Finish: Standard Galvanised, Heavy Galvanised, PVC Coated, Permaseal, Lifemax and Fusion Bonded.
|Wire diameter||18# -13#||16# - 8#||18#-7#|
|1.2 - 2.4mm||1.6mm - 4.2mm||2.0mm-5.00mm|
|Length of the roll||0.50m - 100m(or more)|
|Width of the roll||0.5m - 5.0m|
|Materials and specifications can be made according to customers' detailed request|
Affordable – Compared to other types of fencing, chain link is a the low cost option to other types of commercial fence. Nonetheless, it is durable and can hold up over time.
Low Maintenance – Galvanized chain link fencing has been chemically treated to keep maintenance cost low and the lifespan long. Also, fencing that has been galvanized is rust-resistant, making it all the more desirable for its functionality.
Installs Fast – If you need fencing to be put up in a hurry—whether for commercial or industrial purposes—commercial grade chain link is most likely the best option for your property.
Provides Safety and Security – At the job site, it’ll keep the area secure and help to make sure that the only entrants are those who are permitted.
Our following brief summary of how to install chain link fence tension wire goes over some of the basics:
1. Check your property line
Before the actual chain wire fence installation, ensure that the location of your fence posts doesn’t cross your property line. Ensure that you don’t cross over the legal boundaries of your property, review blueprints of your property from your local real estate agent, contact your local council and be certain of you are aware of your local building codes allowing you to build the type of fence you want.
2. The planning phase
Measure the total length of your fence and estimate just how much chain-link fabric you’ll need, and how much of the top rail you’ll need. Assess where your terminal posts will go and put a stake in, as these are the corner posts + gate posts that hold your chain-link fence together.
3. The digging phase
Dig holes that are at least 60cm deep and 20cm in diameter to set your posts. Mark all posts with a marker so they all are sunk in the same amount. Use a level tool to set your terminal posts in the holes straight then pound them down to the line you have determined with a mallet. Pour concrete around them to ensure they remain in place. Once the concrete hardens, you can make final adjustments. Smooth footings with a trowel.
Finish off with a trowel to smooth out the footings.
Once the terminal posts are set, you need to install your rail posts which go between your terminal posts-these should be evenly spaced 3m apart. Run a line between your terminal posts and your line posts to draw out your fence location. After installing your line posts in the same way as the terminal posts, let all posts cure within the concrete for two days as they need to be secure when the chain wire mesh gets stretched out along them.
4. The installation phase
Install tension and brace bands plus post caps to your terminal posts. Then put the top rail into the fittings between all your posts, threading it through loop caps attached to each line post in each section.
Bolt the top rail into a rail-end fitting on the terminal post. To install the chain wire mesh itself,unfurl the chain-link starting from the terminal post, laying it on its side along the trajectory you need.
Thread the tension bar through the chain-link fence and fasten the tension bands to the terminal post using carriage bolts. Face the bolt heads to the outer edge of the fence. Get the chain-link fabric upright along with the frame by feeding it out from the terminal post as you go, attaching it with fence ties to the top rail.
5. The final phase
Complete installation by removing any bunched or bulging chain-link. Use pliers to open any chain-link loops to tighten it so it fits snugly against the posts. Next, install your fence ties every 60cm along the top tail and every 30cm vertically on each post. Tighten all nuts and rail end bands and you’re good to go.
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