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Our chain-link kits are perfect for L-shaped runs of fencing up to 12.5m or up to 25m long. As well as the End Posts and Intermediate Posts, the kit contains a Corner Post to enable a 90 degree change in direction. The kits have everything that you will need for the fence, including fittings, the correct tool, and easy to follow instructions. Our posts are designed to be buried into the ground and concreted in with Postcrete (not supplied with order).
Our chain-link fencing is European made to a very high standard. The chain-link is green PVC coated, with a fully galvanized core wire underneath the plastic coating. Therefore, the fencing is not only long-lasting, but it is also the perfect option for an attractive, inconspicuous fence.
Our post system is also European made, and uses a tubular 50mm diameter steel post. The posts are fully galvanized and green powder coated to match the green PVC coated chain-link.
We sell the chain-link and posts in any quantity required. Therefore, if you cannot find a suitable chain-link kit, then please feel free to call us on 01782 820 970 for a bespoke quotation.
L-shaped run 12.5m kit includes:
L-shaped run 25m kit includes:
Post System specification:
All measurements +/- 15%. If you require a micrometer reading of the wire thickness then please call us on 01782 820 970.
Hello, Can you please tell me how often is an intermediate post required. The length will be about 24 ft.
We recommend to space the intermediate posts approximately 2.5 to 3 meters apart
We have two English bull terriers, 6 months old. We need to fence off the garden before it is totally trashed!
Do you think chain link fencing will be durable enough, with the posts and a gate.
Thank you for the enquiry.
We have sold chain link fencing for dog enclosures, however whether or not this will be suitable will depend on the dogs (for example, whether they have a history of breaking through fencing, or whether they are likely to make strenuous attempts to escape through the fence).
With your 2 inch diameter fence posts what hole size is recommended. I have 4 6 and 8inch bits on my Auger. I am guessing 6 but would be better if 4
Thank-you for the enquiry.
We would suggest a 6” hole for the Intermediate Posts, and an 8” hole for the straining posts (i.e. an End Post, Two-way Post or Corner Post).
They arrived first thing. Thanks very much - once again excellent service!