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INTRODUCTION

Chain link fence, also called diamond mesh fence, is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized or pvc coated steel wire. It is widely used in everywhere. Due to the different applications, it is economic choice for farm. And it can also be high security fence for KOC.

FEATURES

Lower budget

See-through panel

Anti-rust,Long Service Life

Fast Installation

Customer specs available

Hot sale products


COLORS AVAILABLE

Chain link fence popular colors

Chain link fence popular colors

Chain link fence available colors

Chain link fence available colors

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HEIGHT:1030mm / 1230mm / 1430mm / 1630mm / 1830mm / 2030mm / 2230mm

Knuckled at both selvage. (if 1500mm height or less)

Knuckled at one selvage and twisted at the other. (If 1800mm high or over)

Warning—Twisted selvages for fence fabric under 72 in. (1830 mm) in height are not recommended because of consumer safety considerations.


If no speical requirement, we will make Knuckled at both selvage. -(ASTM-A392)


Chain Link Fence Knuckle Knuckle

Chain Link Fence Knuckle Knuckle

Chain Link Fence Knuckle Twist

Chain Link Fence Knuckle Twist

Chain Link Fence Twist Twist

Chain Link Fence Twist Twist

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ROLL WIDTH: 12m/15m/18m/30m

Base on different mesh size and dismeter.

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WIRE THICKNESS: 2.5mm-4.88mm

Thicker wire can offer stronger rigid

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MESH SIZE: 25*25MM / 40*40MM/ 50*50MM / 60*60mm / 70*70mm

MESH SIZE:  25*25MM / 40*40MM/ 50*50MM / 60*60mm / 70*70mm

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POST

Round post: 60MM

Round post: 76MM

Round post: 89mm


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Fittings
Boulevard Clamp

Boulevard Clamp

Tension Band

Tension Band

Loop Cap

Loop Cap

Post Cap

Post Cap

Rail End 1

Rail End 1

Rail End 2

Rail End 2

Single Arm

Single Arm

Rail Sleeve

Rail Sleeve

Stirrup Wire

Stirrup Wire

Straight Single Arm

Straight Single Arm

Tension Band

Tension Band

Tension Bar

Tension Bar

Tention Wire

Tention Wire

Truss Rod

Truss Rod

Wire Tentioner 1

Wire Tentioner 1

Wire Tentioner 2

Wire Tentioner 2

Wire Tentioner 3

Wire Tentioner 3

Y arm

Y arm

Hog Ring

Hog Ring

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Surface Treatment(Anti-Rust Treatment):

Electric Galvanized(8-12g/m²) 

Electric Galvanized(8-12g/m²) + PVC Coated

Hot Dipped galvanized(40-60g/m²) + PVC Coated

Hot Dipped Galvanized (200g/m²-366g/m²)


Galvanized Chain Link Fence

Galvanized Chain Link Fence

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence

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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

A: BARBED WIRE    

B: CONCERTINA RAZOR WIRE    

C: FLAT WRAP RAZOR WIRE    


Barbed Wire

Barbed Wire

Concertina Razor Wire

Concertina Razor Wire

Flat Wrap Razor Wire

Flat Wrap Razor Wire

What we need to prepare

ITEMS OF CHAIN LINK FENCE A. Line post cap B. Top rail C. End post cap D. Rail caps E. Tension band F. Tie wire G. Line post H. Tension wire I. Corner post J. Tension bar.
Mesh is usually sold in rolls 4, 5 or 6-feet high. Steel is the strongest mesh. Aluminum is lighter. Posts come in two diameters. The wider diameter, 2 3/8 inches, is for corner and end posts. The smaller diameter is 1 5/8 inches and is for the other posts in the fence, or line posts. When laying out the gateposts, leave an extra 3 3/4 inches, or as much as directed by the manufacturer between posts to make room for the hinges and latch.

Installation Method

Finish filling in the corner, gate and end postholes with concrete.
Check the posts for plumb after every few shovelfuls and adjust as needed.
Slope the top of the concrete so water drains away from the posts.
Let the concrete cure for two to three days. Do not fill the holes for the line posts with concrete, and don’t put the line posts in place.

STEP 1,DIG THE POST HOLES

Finish filling in the corner, gate and end postholes with concrete. Check the posts for plumb after every few shovelfuls and adjust as needed. Slope the top of the concrete so water drains away from the posts. Let the concrete cure for two to three days. Do not fill the holes for the line posts with concrete, and don’t put the line posts in place.

Slide tension bands onto each corner, gate and end post. The bands will help hold the mesh in place once it’s installed. You will use 3 for a 4-foot fence, 4 for a 5-foot fence, and 5 for a 6-foot fence.
Put hinges and latch hardware onto the gateposts at roughly their final positions, to install later.
Use a rubber mallet to drive end post caps onto the gate, corner and end posts, and slip a brace band over each installed post.

STEP 2,ATTACH TENSION BANDS AND GATE HARDWARE

Slide tension bands onto each corner, gate and end post. The bands will help hold the mesh in place once it’s installed. You will use 3 for a 4-foot fence, 4 for a 5-foot fence, and 5 for a 6-foot fence. Put hinges and latch hardware onto the gateposts at roughly their final positions, to install later. Use a rubber mallet to drive end post caps onto the gate, corner and end posts, and slip a brace band over each installed post.

Install looped caps, end post caps and rail caps.
Drive looped caps onto the line posts with the mallet and put the posts in their holes, but don’t fill the holes.
Bolt a rail cap to each brace band, tightening just enough to hold the cap in place. Feed the rails through the looped caps.
Cut rails with a pipe cutter or hacksaw, if needed. If you need longer rails, join them together using rails with a slightly smaller wedged end that fits into a full-size rail.

STEP 3,INSTALL ALL CAPS

Install looped caps, end post caps and rail caps. Drive looped caps onto the line posts with the mallet and put the posts in their holes, but don’t fill the holes. Bolt a rail cap to each brace band, tightening just enough to hold the cap in place. Feed the rails through the looped caps. Cut rails with a pipe cutter or hacksaw, if needed. If you need longer rails, join them together using rails with a slightly smaller wedged end that fits into a full-size rail.

Fit the rails into the rail caps and raise or lower each cap to the final height of the mesh, including 2 inches clearance at the bottom.
Tighten the brace bands, fill the holes around the line posts with dirt and tamp until firm.

STEP 4,ATTACH THE RAILS

Fit the rails into the rail caps and raise or lower each cap to the final height of the mesh, including 2 inches clearance at the bottom. Tighten the brace bands, fill the holes around the line posts with dirt and tamp until firm.

Lay the chain link mesh on the ground outside the fence.
Run a tension bar through the links at the end of the mesh.
The bar makes the end of the fence rigid and provides something to attach to the posts.

STEP 5,UNROLL THE MESH AND INSTALL A TENSION BAR

Lay the chain link mesh on the ground outside the fence. Run a tension bar through the links at the end of the mesh. The bar makes the end of the fence rigid and provides something to attach to the posts.

With a helper, stand the mesh up and use a socket wrench to bolt the tension bar into the tension bands on one of the end posts.
Align the mesh so it overlaps the rail by 1 to 2 inches and sits about 2 inches above the ground.

STEP 6,ATTACH THE TENSION BAR TO THE POSTS

With a helper, stand the mesh up and use a socket wrench to bolt the tension bar into the tension bands on one of the end posts. Align the mesh so it overlaps the rail by 1 to 2 inches and sits about 2 inches above the ground.

Chain link mesh must be pulled taut or it will sag. Stretching is done with a tool called a fence puller (A). Note location of the tension bar (B).
Insert a pull bar through the unattached mesh a few feet from the final post (C).
Attach the yoke to the pull bar.

STEP 7,STRETCH THE MESH

Chain link mesh must be pulled taut or it will sag. Stretching is done with a tool called a fence puller (A). Note location of the tension bar (B). Insert a pull bar through the unattached mesh a few feet from the final post (C). Attach the yoke to the pull bar.

Crank the fence puller until the loops of the mesh move no more than ¼ inch when you squeeze them together.
If the mesh changed height or became distorted during tightening, pull on it to reshape it.

STEP 8,TEIGHT THE MESH

Crank the fence puller until the loops of the mesh move no more than ¼ inch when you squeeze them together. If the mesh changed height or became distorted during tightening, pull on it to reshape it.

Without releasing the fence puller, insert a tension bar in the mesh close enough so it can be fastened to the tension bands on the end post nearest the fence puller.
To remove the excess mesh between the tension bars and end post, open a loop at the top and bottom, then twist and pull the strand free.

STEP 9,INSTALL A TENTION BAR

Without releasing the fence puller, insert a tension bar in the mesh close enough so it can be fastened to the tension bands on the end post nearest the fence puller. To remove the excess mesh between the tension bars and end post, open a loop at the top and bottom, then twist and pull the strand free.

Pull the tension bar into the tension bands on the end post by hand, and then tighten the bolts on the bands with a socket wrench.
Release the fence puller and remove the pull bar to which it was attached.
Repeat the entire hanging and stretching process along the remaining sides of the fence.

STEP 10,INSTALL A TENTION BAR

Pull the tension bar into the tension bands on the end post by hand, and then tighten the bolts on the bands with a socket wrench. Release the fence puller and remove the pull bar to which it was attached. Repeat the entire hanging and stretching process along the remaining sides of the fence.

Production Flow Chart

Galvanized Chain Link Fence Steel Wire STEP 01

Galvanized Chain Link Fence Steel Wire

Galvanized Chain Link Fence Fabric Weaving STEP 02

Galvanized Chain Link Fence Fabric Weaving

Galvanized Chain Link Fence Storage STEP 03

Galvanized Chain Link Fence Storage

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Steel Wire STEP 04

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Steel Wire

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Fabric Weaving STEP 05

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Fabric Weaving

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Storage STEP 06

PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Storage

PACKAGE

Chain Link Fence Fabric Delivery

Chain Link Fence Fabric Delivery

Chain Link Fence Fabric Delivery

Chain Link Fence Fabric Delivery

Chain Link Fence Post Delivery

Chain Link Fence Post Delivery

REFORENCE

2011,3000m chain link fence project for Mexico.

2012,5000m chain link fence project for America.

2013,82600m chain link fence project for KISR(The Kuwait Institute For Secientific Research) Kuwait.

2014,25000m chain link fence project for Kuwait.

2015,5000m chain link fence for "Container Terminal 4" of Turkey.

2017,9000m chain link fence for South Africa.

2018,38500m chain link fence for Russia.

2019,9000m chain link fence for Oman.

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