Chainlink Railway Fencing
Chainlink has been traditionally used throughout the railway infrastructure and due to its low material cost, it is still the most common type of boundary fencing installed today.
Can be installed using concrete posts especially where repairs are required, or more recently the tendency has been to use galvanised SHS posts.
Where security is more of a concern the fence height can be raised by using cranked or vertically extended posts and by attaching 3 lines of plain or barbed wire.
Railway specification chainlink comes in the following options:
- 40 x 40 x 3mm in 1400mm & 1800mm high rolls – galvanised finished or galvanised with a green tint.
- 40 x 40 x 3mm Super 70 in 1800mm high rolls manufactured from High Tensile wire – galvanised with a green tint.
- All types can be installed with 3 line wires, barbed or plain, to raise the overall fence height.
- Can be installed using concrete posts or galvanised SHS steel posts.