Developed to offer a multi-choice specification for local authorities, our steel railings and vertical bar range has been designed to provide high levels of security fencing for all boundary protection requirements.
Our range of vertical bar family products, offers a traditional appearance combined with strength, rigidity and durability in one product configuration.
Construction is in the form of welded panels, with two horizontal rails manufactured from flat or RHS sections, welded at intersection points. Square or round infill bars are available in a number of sizes according to the height of the fencing specified.
Vertical infill bars are available with a choice of heads, ranging from a blunt top to a sharp point chosen by reference to the security fencing requirement.
All steel railings and vertical Bar panels can be secured to our support posts using tamper resistant fixings.
For safety reasons we do not recommend the use of infill with a pointed top at heights below 1.8m.
Height: Available in standard heights of 0.9 – 2.4m
Types: Vertical bar, Bow top, Flat cut, Angle cut, Decorative.
Gates to Match: Both pedestrian and vehicle access gates can be provided to match your chosen fencing.
Optional Extras: Railings can be ordered with different finial details, dependant on security and decorative needs.
Bow Top Fencing
Developed as an alternative to our Vertical bar range, the bow top range of fencing systems provide an ideal option for minimum security fencing applications. It has been designed to offer strength, rigidity and durability in one product configuration to define boundaries and deter pedestrians.
The fence panel is secured to the support post by a tamper resistant pin, to reduce interference and vandalism on the fence line. The secure fixing makes the product a favoured and cost effective solution; enhancing the environment in community projects and housing schemes.
Popular in larger heights for use around the perimeters of public car parks and gardens, where the appearance is of a high priority. Lower heights are popular for segregating children’s play areas or to maintain an area free of animals.