Palisade Fencing is one of the most popular forms of security fencing. It is ideal for sites where a high level of protection is needed. It is often used for industrial and commercial properties, as well as outdoor public areas.
Introduction to Palisade Fencing
Palisade Fencing is one of the most popular forms of security fencing. It is ideal for sites where a high level of protection is needed. It is often used for industrial and commercial properties, as well as outdoor public areas. It is not only a highly effective intruder deterrent also provides an excellent boundary distinction for your property.By installing a steel Palisade Security Fencing system around the perimeter of a site, premises can be kept secure at all times as its robust construction and intimidating appearance works as an effective intrusion and theft deterrent. Palisade Fencing also functions as effective boundary demarcation and this can be enhanced through the addition of a polyester powder coated finish.
Designed to provide security and protection in a wide range of outdoor locations, Palisade Security Fencing can be erected on hard ground like concrete by using steel Bolt Down Posts, or on softer ground like grass, where Dig-In Posts are set within the ground. Palisade Fencing is designed for permanent installation and can also be installed on both level ground and sloping ground which has a gradient no greater than 30 degrees; as it can be assembled to run parallel to the ground without the need for stepping.
Locations and Functions
As Palisade Fencing offers dependability and a high level of security, you will often see it in a variety of private, public and commercial places. Examples of where Palisade Fencing is used include:
Businesses that have large amounts of stock
Water treatment plants and power stations
Bus and railway stations
General fencing for establishing boundaries
Security at its Best
There are several features of steel Palisade Security Fencing that make it such an effective security fencing system. Palisade Fencing is manufactured using a cold rolling process and whilst this makes the steel lighter in weight than other metals, it does not compromise its strength in any way. Cold rolling involves steel being passed through a number of rollers at room temperature, where the steel is manipulated gradually until its shape is formed, so no heat is required for this manufacturing process. The steel is also galvanised to protect the Palisade Fencing against rust and the addition of polyester powder coating will also increase the resilience of the steel, as well as giving it a brighter look.
Our Palisade Fencing is supplied with ‘w’ section steel pales which means that they have a thinner middle section, with thicker edges that curve inwards. The ‘w’ shape profile of these Palisade pales ultimately provides the Palisade Fencing with greater strength and stability, as well as making them difficult to grip or climb. The Palisade Security Fencing is supplied with triple pointed steel pales as standard, however, we also offer single-pointed pales, plus round and notched pales. These steel Palisade pales are what makes Palisade Fencing such as recognizable security fencing system.