|Material||Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Galvanized Iron|
|Surface Treatment||Powder Coated, Hot-dip Galvanized, Spray Painted, Electro-plated|
|Usage||Industrial, Agricultural, Domestic, Defence|
The battle has long raged over the difference between choosing expanded metal fence over other fence styles like chain linkfence, welded wire fence, steel picket fence or aluminum fence. Before it's possible to know which product is best for your project, you must first ask yourself:
Why am I putting up a fence in the first place?
All fence styles have inherent strengths and weaknesses. Most have at least one major benefit over the other.
The biggest benefit of Filtech expanded metal fence over chain link fence is its ability to deter, detect and delay intruders.
Expanded metal fences create a formidable physical barrier that when used in conjunction with access control options and other security tools can help fortify even the most critical facilities and personnel.
There is no other fence that offers the "big-three" in security. These three major points are not add-on options or upgrades. They are inherent in the material and they are what makes Filtech expanded metal fence the only reasonable choice when security is critical.
Expanded metal fence is strong
Simply hold a piece of chain link fencing in one hand and expanded metal fencing in the other. There is no comparison. Expanded metal fence will not bend. It is rigid and solid with no welds that will weaken or twists that can come undone. With expanded metal you have deterred attack.
Expanded metal fence is extremely difficult to cut
Go ahead and take a pair of bolt cutters to chain link fence wire. Then, try the same thing with expanded metal. The chain link fencing will cut easily and then begin to unravel. You likely can't even get the bolt cutter to grab on enough metal to get through. With expanded metal you have denied access.
Expanded metal fence is even more difficult to climb
The smaller the mesh, or opening size of the diamonds, the more difficult a fence is to climb. Most standard chain link fence wire measures approximately 2 inches across. Compare that with a 1/2" or 3/4" measurement on expanded metal. With expanded metal fence, there is no way to get a toehold for climbing or even a strong finger hold. With expanded metal you have delayed an intruder.
Expanded Metal Fence vs. Chain Link Fence
|FILTECH|| CHAIN|| STEEL|| ALUMINUM|| WELDED|
|CHARACTERISTIC||EXPANDED METAL FENCE||LINK||PICKET||PICKET||WIRE|
|ANTI - CLIMB||YES||NO||NO||NO||VARIABLE|
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- Production Capacity: 1000 Kgs / day