PLYTEC Security Fencing – Tensioning

///PLYTEC Security Fencing – Tensioning

PLYTEC Security Fencing – Tensioning

PLYTEC Security Fencing – Tensioning


Unlike perimeter fencing where they have existing ‘backbone’ that tension their structure from wobbling, security fencing like PLYTEC 380 and PLYTEC 580 Anti Climb require an extra step in their installation.

Tensioning process is applied when the panel has been fit to the post and before concrete kerb is lay out. This process need to be done at both post as to stretch the panel and avoid it from wobbling.

A simple DIY tool can be done without procuring a special tool to apply this process.

2017-03-28T06:22:23+00:00 March 28th, 2017|Security Fence|Comments Off on PLYTEC Security Fencing – Tensioning