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Description

ZIN CHAIN-LINK is made from galvanized wire core or coated with PVC (polyvinyl chloride). The wires run vertically and bent into a zig-zag pattern so that each “zig” hook with the wire immediately on one side and each “zag” with the wire immediately on the other.


Application :

  • Garden
  • Parks
  • Industrial sites
  • Sports field
  • River banks
  • Construction
  • Residence
  • Agricultural farm
  • Animal fencing

Advantages

  • Low carbon steel diamond mesh has a heavy galvanized coating to ensure a long life.
  • Perfect adhesion of woven diamond pattern to provide strong, durable and flexible for construction
  • No peeling, no cracking with remarkable concentricity to offer an economic advantage.
  • Perfect harmony with the environment without harmful materials and 100% recyclable.

Fabric Styles

All of our chain link fence fabric is available in two knuckle wire styles.
Specifications

Specification


Galvanised Core Wire is produced by metallurgical processes of Hot Dip Galvanizing that uses Zinc to coat the steel wire. This is done to prevent galvanic corrosion. In addition to form a physical barrier against corrosion zinc, applied as a Hot Dip Galvanised Coating, technically protects exposed wire.


Coating standard is in accordance with JIS G3547.


PVC Wire Coated provides the extra barrier to form Zinc Oxide.



GALVANIZED CORE WIRE

The recommended minimum roof pitch is 2 degree. On minimum pitch applications, care should be taken to ensure the accurate alignment of the tops of the roof purlins and proper construction of gutter brackets at eaves to avoid stagnation of water.

PVC WIRE COATED




BY REQUEST


Our chain-link fencing rolls are also available in8 Gaugeand 9 Gauge in Galvanized and PVC coated material. We also supply Barbed wires to compliment with our chain-link fencing system.




Installation

Getting Started

Making a hole

Fencing Posts

Layout



Materials



Others


Workmanship


Safety Work Procedure
  1. Gloves to protect against barbed wire, splinters, scratches etc.
  2. No loose clothing, depending on weather-high-visibility clothing may also be appropriate.
  3. Protective boots with good grip and ankle support
  4. Eye protection is strongly advised because of the danger from flying debris, particularly when dismantling old fences.
  5. A First Aid kit, including a large wound dressing should be made available in the working area.

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