Palisade Fence - D and W Pale Head – Triple and Single Point

Steel palisade fence is one of the new products of our factory, as a result of our constant broadening of our business ranges. Our fencing ranges from all forms of fencing including welded mesh fencing, chain link fencing, steel palisade fencing, steel railings, temporary fencing and commercial fencings. Steel palisade fence has own specification and feature.

Steel Palisade Fencing Typical Specification:
Fence Height
: 600-1200-1800 mm.
Post: 50 × 50 × 4 mm.
Diameter: 19 mm.
Materials applicable: Galvanized steel, powder coated steel, PVC coated. According to the variety of heads, palisade fencing can be divided into steel profile head, triple pointed head or single pointed head.

Features: The steel palisade fencing is very tough with smooth surface and sharp profiled heads.

Steel palisade fencing makes ideal rigid barriers for garden, yards and other fields offering good visual integrity to the environments.

The common sizes: Hot-dipped galvanized palisade fencing, 1.8m height, D section, with powder coated.

Palisade fencing kits as follows:

  • Height - 1.8, 2.0 and 2.1 MTS.
  • Pale Shape – D and W.
  • Pale Head – Triple and single point.
  • Finish – galvanized and colour coated.
  • Bolt and nut in kit.
palisade fence with yellow color and triple point of head
palisade fencing with W type and D type

palisade fence is to consist of vertical pales attached to horizontal pale support rails, which in turn are attached of steel fence posts. The overall height of the fence, from the top of a concrete anti-tunneling slab below the fence to the top of the pales shall be 300 mm.

For a fence on level ground, the fence posts shall be spaced at intervals of maximum 2940 mm although one or two closing panels with a smaller, non-standard, spacing will be required where the total length of a section of fence is not a multiple of the standard panel width.

Pales shall to be cold rolled from 100 × 3 mm steel to form to a "W" section with a finished width of 70 2/-0 mm. The tops of the pales shall be split and shaped to provide three sharp points. After installation, the tops of the pales shall be closely aligned vertically and horizontally, with a maximum deviation of 2mm from a straight edge or string line.

The top parts of the pales shall be either straight or curved towards the outside of the fence. Pales shall be spaced at a maximum of 155 mm between centers. Where the length of a section of fence is not a multiple of the length of a standard fence panel and narrower non-standard closing panels are required, the pale spacing for the non-standard panel may be reduced to a minimum of 135 mm between centers.

The triple pointed spikes at the top of the pales provide an effective deterrent to attempts to climb over the fence. However, where there is considered to be a high risk of intruders the pale spikes may be supplemented by barbed tape.