As palisade fencing suppliers, Procter Fencing Systems supply both the W section style of palisade fencing and the D section style, with the integrity of the palisade fence being maintained by the two horizontal rails that are used as standard in palisade fences up to three metres high. However, we can supply other heights of palisade fencing as required.
Palisade swing gates to go with steel palisade security fencing are available in hinged and sliding styles with automation where required. Designing, manufacturing and installing palisade gates is very much a speciality of Procter Fencing Systems, and we have our own manufacturing facility to ensure the quality of palisade gates is very high.
This W section pales are secured as standard with 8mm shear-cone security bolts, with triple pointed security pales standard above 1.8m high, and with safe notched and rounded tops below that height. Two horizontal rails are standard up to 3m with additional rails being fitted above that height to ensure the integrity of the fence.
A specific advantage that steel palisade fencing has in security terms is that it is difficult-to-impossible to climb, which therefore makes it ideal for premises where keeping intruders out is essential.
All Procter high security palisade fencing conforms to BS 1722 pt 12.
Choosing palisade fencing
When you choose palisade fencing, there are many options to consider to ensure you have the right specification to suit the security requirements and appearance of your premises. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will offer impartial advice to help you decide on:
Advantages of W Palisade Fencing
While D section palisade fencing provides effective medium security, a W section palisade fence gives even more protection and greater resistance to attack.
For added security, we provide 8mm 'shearcone' security bolts as standard to all our W section palisade steel fences.
Specifications of Palisade Fencing (with High Security options)
Two horizontal rails are used
as standard for palisade fences up to 3m, with additional rails being
fitted above that height to ensure the integrity of the fence.