chain link fence is available in heights from 3 feet to 12 feet, providing a robust and secure perimeter fencing.
Two grades of chain link fencing: Residential and Commercial.
CHOOSING THE BEST TYPE :
The main considerations are the height of the fence, the thickness of the wire, and the finish of the wire.
Chain link fence may be anything from 3 feet the 12 feet high, the highest being generally used for surround
sports areas where it is important to prevent balls escaping. Lower chain link fences for use around homes
can be fitted with privacy slats.
Thickness of wire
The thickness of the wire for chain link fence can be quite confusing. Manufacturers will usually refer to the
thickness of the wire being a certain 'gauge', for example 11 or 12 gauge. Oddly, the higher the number of the
gauge, the thinner the wire. Thus, 11 gauge corresponds to a thickness of 0.120 inches, and a 12 gauge
corresponds to a thickness of only 0.105 inches. Although gauges can vary between 6 and 14, the most
common gauges for chain link fencing are 11, 11.5 and 12 gauge.
Chain link is normally made from zinc galvanized steel wire, with the galvanizing being applied either
before or after the weaving of the wire. It is preferable for the galvanizing to the applied before weaving, to
ensure that all surfaces are fully galvanized. Of course you can also select the PVC/PE coated chain link fence .
Edge type : Closed edge and twisted barbed edge
Please note that you should contact the supplier directly about stock, payment, packaging, shipping and delivery details.