What is "Safe Edge Design" (SED)?
Safe Edge Design is a new way of designing fencing equipment in order to remove and sharp edges that may pose a risk to the public. The curcial ingredient involves rolling circular hollow section (tube) with a small gap in the tube that allows objects that were previously welded to the outside of the tube, to fit inside the tube and be welded on the inside, where they can no longer cause harm to handlers or civillians. SED products are quickly becoming industry favourites and given there is nothing to choose between them and a traditional panel we can see why.
One of the key benefits of Safe Fence Anti-Climb Round Top Panels is that they are extremely easy to install. Weight doesn’t really present an issue as they are more light enough for a single person to lift. The only difficulty is that the size of the mesh fencing panel means that they can be difficult for a single person to handle. Two persons will easily be able to move and install our Round Top Mesh Panels.
Typically people install these mesh panels by sitting them into rubber block fencing feet. These contain multiple location points in which you can insert the legs of the fencing panels. By putting two panels legs into a singular blocks installers can then use couplers, also known as fencing clips, to fix / secure the fencing panels together. We suggest using two fencing couplers (fencing clips) per join, although some users do favor using just the one.
To easily maneuver the fence panels in large quantities then consider purchasing a stillage specifically made for these panels. Fencing stillage’s avoid the risk of damaging you panels when moving them as they have forklift guides to sage direct contact with the panel, which is one of the most common forms of damage.