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Welded Mesh
Welded Mesh
Welded mesh designs vary massively and come in two forms, strained wire or panels.
Strained wire comes on rolls and is only available non-profiled, whereas panel’s come as their name suggests and are available in both profiled and non-profiled designs. Both types give a good level of visibility and can have additional security features, such as buried bases and barbed/razor wire fencing toppings added to make them viable for high security establishments. However, the panel system is better suited to having electrified fencing added to it.
The main differences between the two types of welded mesh system are cost and appearance. The strained wire system is more cost effective, whereas the panel system gives a more aesthetic finish.
Both systems are perfectly suited for use in virtually any application, ranging from ball courts, parks and schools to commercial, industrial and military.
Complete Integrated Security Systems
By using a welded mesh fencing system for boundary security, it offers answers to a wide range of threats, but it is only one aspect of the security provisions you should consider. By integrating welded mesh fencing with other security systems, it is possible to greatly increase the level of protection provided. Welded mesh fencing systems can be intelligently linked to other systems including CCTV surveillance, electrified power fence (panel system), intruder detection and access control, giving a complete integrated security system.

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Palisade
Description
Palisade is possibly the most popular fencing system for sites that require a medium level of security. This is due to its versatility, which comes in the way of variable heights, profiles & points and the fact that it is relatively low in cost. Palisade can also easily have additional security measures added, for example, buried pales, barbed/razor wire topping or electrified fencing, which makes it popular for both internal and perimeter fencing on high security establishments too. This system is primarily used in retail, commercial and industrial situations where a more aesthetically sensitive solution is not necessary.
Complete Integrated Security Systems
By using palisade fencing for boundary security, it offers answers to a wide range of threats, but it is only one aspect of the security provisions you should consider. By integrating palisade fencing with other security systems, it is possible to greatly increase the level of protection provided. Palisade fencing can be intelligently linked to other systems including CCTV surveillance, electrified power fence, intruder detection and access control, giving a complete integrated security system.

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Chainlink
Chainlink
Chainlink is a low cost solution which is regularly used within sites where there is a requirement for internal security fencing, or on sites where the need for perimeter security is less prevalent. However, Chainlink can also easily have additional security measures added, for example, burying below ground to stop people crawling under or adding barbed/razor wire to the top of the fence to stop people climbing over. By adopting these additional security features, Chainlink now becomes a viable solution on medium security establishments too. This system is used in many minimal/medium security situations where an aesthetically sensitive solution is not necessary. These include domestic gardens, ball courts, commercial property and railway boundaries.

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