PVC Coated Chain Link Fence Manufacturer, Supplier in Nagaland
PVC Coated Chain Link Fence
PVC COATED CHAINLINK FENCING leading Manufacturer & Supplier in Nagaland – MAA TARA ENGINEERS, offering turnkey solutions in Nagaland, High-Quality Distributor of PVC Coated Chainlink Fencing in Nagaland, Exporter of PVC Coated Chainlink Fencing in Nagaland. PVC Coated Chainlink Fencing of Mesh size ranging from 25 mm up to 125 m.m can be manufactured by us. We also make Anti Rust Coated Chain Link in Nagaland with the additional coat of Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or P.U coated to provide greater longevity than normal.
PVC Coated Chainlink fence in Nagaland panel made by MTE is made of mild steel wire with 50 mm or 75 mm mesh openings. The width of the mesh shall be 2.4 m, if it is not to be buried, or 2.7 m if it is to be buried. To make an anti-intruder fence, chain link mesh panels are joined by interweaving a spiral and restoring the knuckle or barb.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) coatings can supplement the metallic protective coatings described above. You'll gain an additional defence against corrosion, and add aesthetics to blend with the environment.
On account of chain link panels' specific workmanship, several types of wires are needed: line wire, stirrup wire and tying wire. Line wire is used to across the entire panel horizontally and linked together with posts at the ends. For 2.4 m height fence, 5 rows of line wires are necessary, the top row of wires shall be double and secured not more than 50 mm below the top of the chain link mesh. The stirrup wire is used for securing line wires to intermediate posts. Tying wire is used for securing the mesh to line wires.
Colours: Standard colours are blue, brown and green, or other colours at customers request.
Applications: PVC coated chain link fence is mainly used as fences for playground and gardens, power plants, railway, airport, port, residence, etc. PVC Coated Chainlink Fence Fabric Applications:
It is recommended for the following situations:
• Prison, road, dock, airport, housing, forestry, and military use.
• Highways and bridges to help keep pedestrians safe.
• Residential, agricultural, commercial, institutional or industrial jobs.