Palisade fencing is the most popular choice for locations requiring
a higher level of security and vandal resistance, and can be seen
protecting premises of many different types throughout the UK.
Steel palisade fencing is especially popular for schools and
industrial sites because of its high damage resistance and the fact
that it is so difficult to climb.
Palisade Fence Detail:
|1. Type Standard Configuration|
|Panel Height||Pales||O/C Spacing||Rails|
|8||13 ga.||5-15/16"||2" TS x 14 ga.|
|10||13 ga.||5-15/16"||2" TS x 14 ga.|
|12||13 ga.||5-15/16"||2" TS x 14 ga.|
|2. Type Standard Configuration|
Optionally available with base plates for bolt-down or cranked over
walls. Also available with bracket extensions for barbed wire or
Size: 100 x 55mm/100 x 44mm
Steel angle rails punched for pale attachment. Connected with 12mm
square cup bolts and anti-vandal permacone (snap-off) nuts.
Size: 40mm x 40mm/ 45mm x 45mm/ 50mm x 50mm
Split-tripple point or single point for high security.
Rounded or rounded and notched for safety.
|Rails and pales are fitted using 'rivets & collars' or rounded
bolts with permacone nuts (snap-off / anti-vandal).|
Link plates, AKA 'Fish Plates' fit through the holes is the steel
fencing posts and join the rails together.