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Fence Accessories for Steel Fencing - ensure a reliable and long-lasting steel fence system

Steel fencing is a popular choice for residential, commercial, and industrial applications due to its durability, strength, and aesthetic appeal.

We supply fence staple nails, posts, post spikes, tie wire and other accessories in both standard and custom sizes to enhance the functionality, security, and visual appeal of steel fences.

Major items for securing and installation of steel fences:

Post Spikes;
Razor spikes for fence tops or walls, roofs;
Post anchors;
Gate hardware;
Fence brackets;
Wire and cables;
Tie wire / binding wire;


Gate Hardware

Gate hardware is essential for proper functioning and security of steel fencing gates:
Gate hinges: These enable smooth and sturdy movement of the gate. Specifications may vary depending on the gate size and weight.
Gate latches: They provide secure closure of the gate and are available in different types such as gravity latches, thumb latches, and self-latching mechanisms.
Gate locks: To enhance security, various locks are available, including padlocks, deadbolts, and electronic locks.


Post Caps

Post caps add a decorative touch to steel fencing while protecting the exposed ends of fence posts. They come in various styles and sizes, such as flat caps, ball caps, and pyramid caps. Specifications may include the post diameter and material compatibility.


Fence Brackets

Fence brackets are used to secure fence panels to posts. They provide stability and prevent sagging. Specifications for fence brackets typically include the panel size and post dimensions they are compatible with.


Post Anchors

Post anchors are used to secure fence posts firmly into the ground. They come in different types, including concrete anchors, ground spikes, and screw-in anchors. Specifications may vary based on the soil type and post size.


Fence Clips and Fasteners

These accessories are used to attach fence panels to posts or join panels together. Common types of clips and fasteners include panel clips, tension bands, and screws. Specifications may include the panel thickness and the type of attachment required.


Wire and Cable Accessories

For steel fences that incorporate wire or cable, various accessories are available, including:

Tensioners: These are used to tighten and maintain tension in the wire or cable.

Wire connectors: They enable secure connections between wires or cables.

Insulators: Insulators are necessary when incorporating electrified wire into the steel fence.


Material: Steel fencing accessories are typically made of galvanized or powder-coated steel to enhance durability and resistance to corrosion.

Size and dimensions: Specifications may include the required measurements for compatibility with specific fence posts, panels, or other components.

Weight capacity: Gate hinges and latches often have weight capacity specifications to ensure they can handle the weight of the gate properly.

Coating and finish: Powder coating or other protective finishes may be specified to provide an additional layer of protection against weathering and rust.

Security features: Locks and latches may have specific security features, such as key-based or combination locks, to suit different security requirements.

Installation Instructions:

Gate Hardware Installation:

Determine the gate hinge and latch locations on the gate and fence posts.

Attach the hinges to the gate frame using appropriate screws or bolts, ensuring they are aligned and level.

Position the gate against the fence posts and attach the hinges to the corresponding positions on the posts.

Install the gate latch on the gate and adjust its alignment with the gate's corresponding strike plate on the post.

Test the gate's movement and ensure that the latch securely engages with the strike plate.

Post Cap Installation:

Place the post cap on top of the fence post.

Ensure a proper fit and alignment.

If necessary, apply adhesive or use screws to secure the post cap in place.

Fence Bracket Installation:

Determine the position of the fence brackets on the fence posts.

Attach the brackets to the posts using appropriate screws or bolts, ensuring they are aligned and level.

Place the fence panel into the brackets and secure it using screws or other fasteners as recommended by the manufacturer.

Repeat the process for each panel, ensuring proper alignment and spacing.

Post Anchor Installation:

Dig a hole or prepare the ground for the post anchor.

Insert the post anchor into the ground or concrete, ensuring it is plumb and level.

Secure the anchor using appropriate fasteners or by filling the hole with concrete.

Insert the fence post into the anchor and secure it using screws or bolts as specified by the manufacturer.

Fence Clip and Fastener Installation:

Position the fence panel against the fence posts.

Attach the clips or tension bands to the posts using appropriate screws or bolts.

Slide the panel into the clips or tension bands and secure it in place.

Use screws or other fasteners to join adjacent panels together if required.

Wire and Cable Accessory Installation:

Follow the manufacturer's instructions for tensioning the wire or cable and installing tensioners.

Connect wires or cables using appropriate connectors or splices.

Install insulators at the desired locations along the fence line to ensure proper electrical isolation.