The height range of the Galvanized Chain Link Fence makes it suitable for a wide range of applications. Shorter heights are often used in residential settings to reduce visual field barriers. Higher fences are often chosen for commercial use because higher levels of safety can provide more height.
The only difference between galvanized and vinyl coated links is that the vinyl coating is sealed around the metal. The metal under the vinyl chain has actually been galvanized and the vinyl is placed around it. This makes it easy to determine which one is better equipped to handle weathering over time. Of course, this will be the coating material.
Galvanized and coated fence materials are similar in terms of robustness and longevity. Galvanized links are usually warranted for 10 to 15 years to prevent rust and corrosion. The Galvanized Chain Link Fence is almost maintenance free.
Residential Galvanized Chain Link Fence can also be used in different gauges. The fence gauge is a measure of the metal diameter of the actual woven fabric. These sizes can vary widely, but the 9 and 11 gauges are the most common on the market. Higher counts of less thick metal, so the smaller 111⁄2 gauge is used for the attention of children or pets in residential walls. Use a more durable 9 gauge material when a higher level of safety is required. This is a common occurrence for commercial or commercial applications and prison fence work.
Galvanized Chain Link Fence Specifications:
Chain Link Fence
18# - 13#
16# - 8 #
1.2 - 2.4mm
1.6mm - 4.2mm
Length of the roll
0.50m - 100m(or more)
Width of the roll
0.5m - 5.0m
Materials and specifications can be made according to customer’s detailed requirements