There is no doubt about it; Palisade Fencing is one of the more popular types of fencing and with good reason! There are many structural benefits to using Palisade systems to secure your boundaries. Here is a run-down of the top features of Palisade fencing and why it is a sound investment.
Palisade is constructed using ‘W’ Shaped pales with a thinner diameter in the middle which gets wider towards the outside. This feature means that not only does it improve the fencings' overall strength but it also creates a harder surface to grip to when climbing is attempted.
Cold Rolled Steel
The Cold Rolling process that is used on the steel is very beneficial as it means that the fencing structure is lighter (meaning less pressure on the posts) without losing any of the internal strength. Cold Rolling involves the steel being passed through rollers and is gradually manipulated until it is in the correct shape.
Our Palisade Fencing is galvanised as standard to give the structure added protection against rust and weathering. The galvanisation process involves coating the steel in a molten bath of hot zinc – called Hot Dip Galvanisation.
Polyester Powder Coating
Not only does Powder Coating give the system an extra protective coating against weathering or wear and tear it also gives the steel a smooth and attractive appearance. Powder Coating is available in a range of RAL colours, meaning that you can match the colour to your corporate branding.
The Points and Pales
We have available a range of different points and pales for our palisade fencing, these are:
- Triple Pointed
- Round and Notched
- Single Point
The nuts and bolts have been designed to be anti-tamper where the bolt fits tightly into the bolthole and the top part of the nut then snaps off. This means that the bolts can no longer be tampered with or removed after installation.
If you have any questions about palisade fencing, please call us on 01283 512 111 or visit our website.