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Advantages Of Temporary Ring Fence

Apr. 28, 2019


Regarding the Temporary Ring Fence, everyone is very clear to investigate its effect is to protect the effect, and the fence network allows to be accommodated in the railway, highway and other areas, the obvious fence network must have an extraordinary place. As a PVC Chain Link Fence Exporter, let's analyze the advantages of the fence.

1. Skill advantage:

The mesh used for the railings of railways and highways adopts a common tomahawk design, which makes the whole line of the fence mesh products more fluent. The grooved design of the self-supporting column does not require any joints between the column and the fence mesh, making it safer to be undetachable. The safety of the protective field can be added to the top of the column by means of the barbed wire and the thorn ring. There are more than one hundred colors to choose from. The fence mesh can meet the color matching of your different venues and different situations, and improve the external image of the railway and highway installations. Temporary Ring Fence uses a simple and fast push-type device, saving installation time and equipment costs.

2. Quality advantage:

Temporary Ring Fence mesh adopts frameless welding method, which is convenient for transportation and installation. It has strong terrain conformability, and it can be adjusted up and down with the fence of the fence mesh. It is also because the mesh of the fence mesh has four horizontal bending reinforcement bars. , so that the strength of the mesh surface of the fence is obviously added. Thus, the Temporary Ring Fence has become the unrivalled choice for railways and highways.

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