Safe Fence Estate Railings are sold in 2-meter-wide bays. Each of these bays has three vertical flats (40mm x 8mm), two of these run down either side of the bay and the third runs down the middle, increasing the strength and durability of the estate railing panel. These estate railings are also manufactured in the UK using 20mm diameter tubular hollow section horizontal rails. We manufacture panels using tubular rather than flat rails, because they are much stronger. Flats can easily twist and bend, whereas the circular structure of our estate rails, makes them more resilient.
To install our estate railings you simply need to dig the three vertical flat in-ground and fix them in place. Each of these vertical rails is 1600mm long, allowing them to be dug 600mm in-ground, which is ample for a estate railing panel which once fitted sits 1 meter above ground.
Once one panel is in place, you then simply dig the next panel into it, with the outer vertical flats posts butted up to one another. Using the fixings supplied you can simply connect one estate railing bay to the next. Unlike other forms of estate railings, this removes the need to weld or adjust the estate railings on site.
In order to turn corners or cut down a panel to fit your exact size requirements we supply end & corner posts. These posts allow you to cut off the estate railing end post where required, to supply the size of panel you require. You then add then end post, which hides where these panels have been cut as the horizontal tubular rails slot inside of the estate railing posts.