Galvanised Chain Link Fencing

Galvanised chain link is supplied in easy to use rolls.

Galvanised Chain Link Fencing Solutions

A Black coated chain link fence system comprises of support posts, line wires and rolls of chain link. The chain link can be supported on various different styles of fencing posts including Angle iron (AI), Square (SHS), Rectangular (RHS) and Tubular (CHS) sections.

The intermediate (line) posts are set at 3.0m centres, with straining posts at each corner and for mass court areas, at a maximum of 69.0 metre centres in one straight run. The rolls of chain link are secured to supporting line wires with fencing clips/rings/tie wire.

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Galvanised Chain link fencing

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Product specifications

Corrie Galvanised Chain-link specifications

50mm = The diamond size.
The smaller dimension (eg 2.5mm) = wire size

40 mm = diamond size smaller dimension = wire size
The smaller dimension (eg 3mm) = wire size

45 mm = diamond size smaller dimension = wire size
The smaller dimension (eg 2.5mm) = wire size

If you require another aperture size or wire thickness please enquire**

Standard chain-link heights available

Roll length 25m or 12.5m depending of roll height

Other sizes and thickness available please enquire

JB Corrie manufacture and stock a range of steel fencing support posts and gates


For all your rolls of fencing contact JB Corrie today for free advise and no obligation quotations on 01730 237100

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