Temporary movable fence, also known as iron fence, is a tempopary fence gate. It is mainly used for construction sites with short time consumption and high mobility. Its low price and high cost performance are favored by many customers. Not only that, the simple enclosure is easy and quick to install, and it can be cleaned in one flush. The hard cement base also lays the foundation for its good wind resistance.
First of all, installing temporary fences at the construction site can play a role in safety. Setting up fences is convenient for pedestrians and vehicles to identify the driving road, and immediately slow down near the fence to avoid traffic accidents caused by some vehicles driving too slowly. In addition, it is difficult for the construction party to isolate the pollution.
The fence factory reminds that the material of the barbed wire fence is as important as welding, and the desired, strong and safe frame barbed wire fence needs to be carefully selected.
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The interpretation of the word fence can go back to its origin. In ancient times, the fence was mainly surrounded by wooden sticks or fences. At first, it was an obstacle for raising various livestock, and later it gradually became a kind of enclosure. It is said that fences in the true sense originated in Europe and mainly appeared around noble buildings such as castles, palaces, and manors, and the materials were mainly made of iron. Later, as the times changed, it was gradually widely used by the general public.
Temporary Fencing is a modular, free-standing site securing system to maximize pedestrian safety and asset protection. PARTS The system consists of: • Fence panel(s) • Fixing System: fence block(counterweight) • Bracing components: bolted/clamped brackets, support panel(s) (extra fence panel), support pegs (on request) GENERAL SAFETY • Temporary fencing shall remain erect and stable at all times. • All relevant safety procedures shall be adopted on-site in accordance with safe work practices or Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) regulations. • The fence or its foundation counterweights shall be installed with safe material handling in mind.