The forbidding appearance and inherent strength of the pales provide an effective deterrent to would be intruders. It is available in a choice of head styles, both in the traditional 'D' pale profile, and 'W' section pale for added security.
'D' section refers to the shape of the vertical pale profile, which is best suited to sites requiring a boundary with forbidding appearance and general damage resistance. Anti-vandal bolts are recommended in place of the standard rivets for pale fixing when attacks to the fence may be expected. A range of head styles is available with triple pointed and splayed (as shown here) being by far the most popular at greater heights.
The 'W' section profile gives extra protection over 'D' section to the pale fixing on the attack face of the fence. The 'W' Section itself is also an inherently stronger profile than 'D'. 'W' pale and anti-vandal fixings in place of the standard rivets give additional security and vandal resistant characteristics. The option also exists to select from a range of pale head styles.
Palisade Fence offers one main benefit that many other fence products do not which is that by the nature of its design it will naturally follow the profile of sloping ground. This feature stops the need for stepping which in turn lowers the chance of any possible over sized gaps that may be caused by using other types of fencing that possibly would have caused a security issue.
Low carbon steel wire
Stainless steel wire
Highest quality mild steel
Palisade fence is modular and has a good aesthetic appearance.
The engineered strength of the individual steel pale profile resists attempts to pry, ram, bend, dislocate or dismantle installation.
The smooth surface, sharp pale crest and narrow interpale spacing defeats attempts at climbing, straddling, grabbing or gaining foot-holds by even the most determined intruders.
The unique style of palisade fence can also be used in railway, highway for pretection or be used as the boundary of yards of residences or compaies.