Vertical bar and welded mesh security fence

Trident® 4 | Security Fencing

Fence panels comprise of reinforced 32mm tubular vertical bars welded within 60 x 40mm horizontal rails. The panels incorporate 358 mesh panels are welded on both faces, with an optional 800mm concertina barbed tape topping.

 

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Trident® 4 Features

  • LPS 1175 D10 (SR4) approved   
  • Closely spaces pales of substantial wall thickness
  • Incorporating cut-delay technology 
  • Jaktronic® PIDS compatible
  • SR4 gates available

 

Panels

The fence panels comprise of reinforced 32mm tubular vertical bars welded within 60 x 40mm horizontal rails. The panels incorporate 358 mesh panels welded to both faces, self-healing and cut-delay technology and 800mm concertina barbed tape topping.

Gates

SR4 gates available

Trident® 4 Panel Specifications

Height (mm) Panel Width (mm)
Post Dimensions (mm)
Topping
3600 2570 120 x 120 Concertina barbed wire

Post Options

  • Over length set in concrete as standard
  • Base plated to bolt down onto concrete
  • Cranked to suit wall mounting
  • Standard Finishes

  • Hot dip galvanised to BS EN ISO 1461 as standard
  • Hot dip galvanised and powder coated to BS EN 13438
  • Marine coat for installations within 500m of salt water or an estuary
  • Standard Colours

  • Black RAL 9005
  • Green RAL 6005
  • Other colours are available on request
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    Mesh-Fence

    About D10 (SR4) Fencing

    D10 fencing has been tested and certified to withstand experienced attempts at forced entry after undergoing the LPS 1175 test devised by LPCB. During testing, our fencing withstood a 30 minute attack from Category D tools such as steel wedges, a small disc grinder, jigsaw, felling axe and sledgehammer, with each tool given a maximum attack time of 10 minutes, providing it with a rating of D10 under Issue 8, the equivalent of SR4 under Issue 7. Find out more here.

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