Our standard strainer assembly consists of a 150Nb (6″) medium gal pipe driven into the ground at least 1100mm deep, with a in-house tie back stay system attached. The post is capped and the stay system is made up of a diagonal 50nb (2″) gal stay, a concrete stay pad and a 12mm (1/2″) tie back rod. The strainer post is further strengthened by a full length tie down post that is attached near ground level. This helps prevent the strainer post lifting from the ground and enables us to guarantee our end assemblies against movement for a minimum of 5 years.
Gateways consist of single or doubles, and can either utilise a single end assembly or an end assembly and panel. Add timber rails for a decorative flourish.
We offer the installation of modern exclusion fencing, such as Waratah 15.150.15 with apron, for control of feral species and kangaroo management.
Weston fencing is a style of permanent, low maintenance electric fencing developed by Peter Weston. This style of fencing is particularly suited to feral exclusion, such as fodder paddocks requiring protection from kangaroos. We also utilise the Weston poly droppers in high impact areas, especially around cattle yard holding paddocks.
“Many thanks for the great job and assisting with all the planning changes we had. The final result and your crew were exemplary. Max in particular is a fine representative for your business – knowledgeable and courteous ~ Godfrey, ‘Fly Manilla”