Medium and Light Quality Pipe and Rails for Fencing and Gate Pipe

Clamped top and bottom pipe rails to all posts with galvanized split clamp-on fittings on cricket net fencing enclosures is a requirement to improve the service life of the chain link fabric from being deformed from impacted damage. Pipes shall be equally spaced at 3000 mm maximum. For roof rails, intermediate support pipe rail shall not exceed 1500 mm spacing in each direction. Purchaser may also elect to provide an additional pipe rail set at 1000 mm above bottom rail to provide additional support to lower section of chain link fabric, on rear end fences and consider the first two panels on side returns from rear.

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CEP-01: Cricket playing.
This is a chain link fabric fencing made white cricket enclosure.
CEP-02: White chain link fabric mesh made cricket enclosure.

We supply Class 1 (medium quality) and Class 2 (medium and light quality) post to cricket net fencing enclosure.

Gate posts shall be medium quality in table 2. Pipe rail supporting the chain link fabric, shall be either DN 40 (diameter nominal) 48.3 mm OD (outside diameter); or DN 32 (42.4 mm OD) without joints.

  • Class 1 pipe:
    • (medium quality) pipe provides for optimum long-term durability of cricket net fencing enclosures. All pipe posts, bracing rails and stays throughout the fence installations shall be medium quality (colour-coded blue) as specified in Table 2 and 3. Table 1 lists the performance – strength grades for class 1 pipe, for AS 1074 AS/NZS 1163 and EN 10255.
  • Class 2 pipe:
    • Medium quality pipe shall be used for all terminal posts as specified in table 2 and 5.
    • Light quality pipe shall be used for all intermediate posts and rails as specified in Table 5. Table 4 lists the performance – strength grade for class 2 pipe, for AS 1074, AS/NZS 1163 and EN 10255.
Table 1: Fencing Tube – Medium Quality
Nominal size DN
mm
Quality Nominal Outside diameter (OD)
mm
Minimum wall thickness (t)
mm
Strength grade
MPa
AS 1074 AS/NZS 1163 EN 10255 AS/NZS 1163 *AS 1074 EN 10255
DN 100 Medium 114.3 4.5 250 195
DN 80 Medium 88.9 4.0 250 195
DN 50 Medium 60.3 3.6 250 195
DN 40 Medium 48.3 3.2 250 195
DN 32 Medium 42.4 3.2 250 195
* For the purposes of determining relative performance, sectional properties should be based on minimum sectional dimensions.
Table 2: Gate Post Details – Class 1 (Medium Quality)
Width range of gate leaf
mm
Nominal size (DN)
mm
Quality Outside diameter (OD)
mm
Minimum Wall thickness (t)
mm
Up to 1200 DN 50 Medium 60.3 3.6
1300–2400 DN 80 Medium 88.9 4.0
2500–3600 DN 100 Medium 114.3 4.5
Table 3: Fence Member Details – Class 1 (Medium Quality)
Nominal height of chain link fabric
mm
Type of post/rail stay Nominal size (DN)
mm
Quality Outside diameter (OD)
mm
Minimum Wall thickness (t)
mm
3000 or 3600 T-Junction and corner Posts DN 65 Medium 76.1 3.6
End posts DN 80 Medium 88.9 4.0
Intermediate posts DN 40 Medium 48.3 3.2
Fence Pipe rails DN 40 or DN 32 Medium 48.3
42.4
3.2
Roof Rails DN 40 or DN 50 Medium 48.3
60.3
3.2
3.6
Table 4: Fencing Tube – Medium/Light Quality
Nominal size DN
mm
Quality Nominal outside diameter (OD)
mm
Minimum wall thickness (t)
mm
Strength grade
MPa
AS 1074 AS/NZS 1163 EN 10255 AS/NZS 1163 *AS 1074 EN 10255
DN 100 Medium 114.3 4.5 250 195
DN 80 Medium 88.9 4.0 250 195
DN 65 Medium 76.1 3.6 250 195
DN 50 Medium 60.3 3.6 250 195
DN 50 Light 60.3 2.9 350 195
DN 40 Light 48.3 2.9 350 195
DN 32 Light 42.4 2.6 350 195
* For the purposes of determining relative performance, sectional properties should be based on minimum sectional dimensions.
Table 5: Gate Post Details – Class 2 (Medium/Light Quality) Cricket Net Enclosures
Nominal height of chain link fabric
mm
Type of post/rail stay Nominal size (DN)
mm
Quality Outside diameter (OD)
mm
Minimum Wall thickness (t)
mm
3000 or 3600 T-Junction and corner Posts DN 65 Medium 76.1 3.6
End posts DN 80 Medium 88.9 3.6
Intermediate posts DN 40 Light 48.3 2.9
Fence Pipe rails DN 40 or DN 32 Light 48.3
42.4
2.9 2.6
Roof Rails DN 40 or DN 50 Light 48.3
60.3
2.9
2.9
  • All of our pipe fittings are manufactured from plain carbon steel, suitable for hot-dip galvanizing complying with AS/NZS 4680.
  • Medium quality pipe specified in Tables 2 and 3 for posts, stays, rails and bracing rails shall comply with either AS/NZS 1163 strength grade 250 MPa and/or AS 1074, EN 10255 strength grade 195 MPa.
  • Light quality pipe specified in Tables 2 and 4 for posts, stays, rail and bracing rails shall comply with either AS/NZS 1163 strength grade 350 MPa and/or AS 1074, EN 10255 strength grade 195 MPa.
  • The galvanized (zinc) coating on the steel tubes shall comply with AS/NZS 4792 with a coating class of HDG 300 or equivalent service life.

Note:

  • Joints are only permitted for continuous top rail fencing at not less than 6000 mm intervals (top rail only).
  • Joints shall be tight-fitting with either internal swaged or external or internal sleeve joints or screwed and socket joints or butted together centrally over posts within the fittings as per selected pipe qualities of class 1 and class 2 pipes.
  • Joints in bottom rails or roof rails are not permitted.
  • The top of all exposed posts shall be provided with tightly fitted galvanized steel caps.
  • All of our cricket are designed according to the standard AS 1725.4.

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