Chain Mesh Fencing
Chain wire fencing also known as chainlink, chainmesh and chainwire fencing is one of the oldest forms of wire based fencing.
It can be used for a variety of domestic, commercial or industrial applications including tennis court fencing, factory/building enclosures, cricket practice nets, sporting enclosures, temporary fencing, wildlife highway fencing and also for effective erosion control and rock stabilization.
Chain Wire Fencing Specifications:
Australian Made Mesh Aperature: 25mm to 60mm Wire Diameters: 2.24mm, 2.50mm, 3.15mm and 4mm Height: 450mm to 4500mm Finish: Standard Galvanised, Heavy Galvanised, PVC Coated, Permaseal, Lifemax and Fusion Bonded.
STANDARDS: Mesh: AS1725-2010 - Chain link fabric fencing Galvanising: Standard Grade - Class B to AS1650-2.2, Heavy Grade -Class A to AS 1725-2.2
Nominated chainwire length is a strained length of roll. Mesh size is the maximum distance between the wires forming the parallel sides of the diamond. Chainwire height measurement is from knuckle to knuckle or to the first twist of the barbs. Knuckle & barb selvedge is client nominated at time of purchase. Galvanising: Standard Grad - Class B to AS1650-2.2. Heavy Grade - Class A to AS 1725-2.2