358 (anti-climb) Mesh

358 (anti-climb) Mesh

A maximum-security fencing product, 358 Mesh or also known as anti-climb mesh, is a primary choice where security is absolutely paramount. Common Projects for 358 Mesh include Transport NSW Train Stations and Stabling Yards, the Department of Defence Military bases, Ausgrid and Endeavour Energy Substations, Prisons, etc. Due to the applications where this product is used, specifications vary, however most commonly 100UC structural steel posts are used, with 50x50mm equal-angle rails to top and bottom of mesh.

By standard mesh design is 75x13mm, thickness is 4mm, and sheet widths are 2400mm, heights are commonly 2400mm, 2700mm and 3000mm. Security top configurations can include standard angles, croc-top, bulldog-spike or razor-barb. The posts, rails and brackets are hot-dip galvanized to provide a strong, anti-corrosion coating to protect the steel from the elements, giving it a long lifespan.

Gates are available to match in slidng and swing configuration for vehicles, and swing for pedestrian access. A full range of Automation options are also availble to suit all of your client's needs.
  • Maximum-security Fencing product
  • 2400mm, 2700mm and 3000mm high by standard
  • Hot-Dip Galvanized with optional powder-coat finish
  • 75x13mm mesh pattern and 4mm steel thickness Zalcote wire
  • Australian made

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