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Anchor Fencing

Chain link fences are the standard for guy tower anchor and cable protection, an extremely important site security measure. Numerous guy towers have collapsed after construction and farm vehicles accidentally severed unprotected guy wires.

Many guy tower security fences require a 4’ pedestrian gate with a welded frame, and are required to meet the following fencing specifications:

 Anchor Fencing

 Corner, End or Pull Post  4” Schedule 40 Pipe
 Gate Post   4” Schedule 40 Pipe
 Gate Frame     1-1/2” Pipe
 Gate Diagonal    1-1/2” Pipe
 Line Post (Max 8’-0” on center)   2-1/2” Schedule 40 Pipe
 Top Rail and Brace Post  1-1/2” Pipe
 Fabric    9 GA Core Wire, 2” Mesh
 Tie Wire   11 GA Galvanized at Post and Rails 
 Tension Wire  9 GA Galvanized
 Barbed Wire  3 Strands Double Twisted with 4 Point Barbs, 5” O.C., 45 Degrees

Typical line post foundations are 8”x36”. Posts are encased in 2000 PSI concrete. Corner and gate posts are sized at 12”x36”. Ensure that your fencing contractor is aware of the soil conditions referenced in the anchor borings.

Quick Quote After providing your guy anchor fencing’s length and width and the total number of anchors in the estimating program, you will receive the average budgetary price that a fencing contractor will provide to furnish and install your 6’ high chain link  anchor fences with 1’ of barbed wire and a 4’ wide Anchor Fencing 2pedestrian gate based upon the above specifications.

Pricing will vary depending upon location, site conditions, and increased material specifications as well as additional fencing requirements. Check your plans to ensure that you have included the cost of protection bollards if they are required.

We recommend that you contact our valued fencing companies to obtain additional information about their services, capabilities and experience.

 
   
     
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