ZND Temporary Fencing
ZND Temporary Fencing
Modular mesh temporary fencing has proven to be extremely popular with our customers in the construction and event management industries for site demarcation, crowd management and to direct the public away from hazards and into secure areas.
All our temporary fencing is manufactured at our state-of-the-art facility in Statesville.
Most temporary fencing in the US is formed from a square frame while ZND customers have an option between two frame styles. Manufactured using our SmartWeld technology that delivers 70% stronger welds than traditional techniques, both the ‘Square-Top’ and ‘Round-Top’ options have their own advantages.
Square-Top temporary fencing panels are the ‘standard’ panels. Their frames are made from four metal tubes that have been welded together creating the square shaped top.
Square-top panels can make use of panel extensions to increase their height or add other security measures.
Round-Top temporary fencing panels also get their name from the shape of the frame. Round-Top panels use only two tubes to create the frame as opposed to four, with the tubes being bent to create the distinctive ’round-top’. This improves the robustness of the frame as welded joins are a natural weak point.
Both the ST and RT range of panels come with the option to have additional support for the frames in the form of a vertical and/or horizontal bar. These provide the frame with additional support and are ideal when the product is expected to face heavy handed use.
A broken frame is the end of a panel and welded joints are a natural weak point. In addition to our SmartWeld technology delivering stronger welds we also fit our panels with corner plates to provide them with even more support.
Welded to the frame at every point, a welded wire mesh temporary fencing panel is safer, more secure and durable than the chain link mesh that dominates the US market today. Low maintenance and storage friendly, welded wire mesh is also aesthetically pleasing, giving ZND Temporary Fencing panels the taut, uniform and professional appearance highly valued at events.
ZND’s welded wire mesh comes in two types; Standard and Anti-Climb.
Standard mesh is suitable for many applications of temporary fencing. While it has a smaller aperture than chain link, if security is of particular concern it is advised to look at the Anti-Climb varient.
As the name suggests, Anti-Climb mesh is more resistent to being scaled, the narrower aperture of the mesh making it difficult for a person to grip or gain a foothold effectively.
Both Economically and Ecologically. The Z-Weight far outlasts sandbags, providing a better return on investment while being more environmentally friendly.
Wind is the persistent enemy of temporary fencing installations. One incorrectly secured panel can cause a cascade effect that will bring down an entire installation, damaging equipment, property and potentially causing injury or worse. It is therefore vital that any installation is supported with the appropriate stabilizing equipment for the expected wind conditions.
ZND have developed a range of stabilizer systems that will help ensure a safe and effective installation, and our Wind Speed Calculator allows customers to measure wind loading performance of a given temporary fencing configuration.
Gates, customised covers, reflective strips, fencing extensions and other accessories are all available to help provide a more effective solution.
Standard temporary fencing panels provide very effective demarcation, but bare steel is not the right look for every situation. Powder coating temporary fencing can create a far more appealing environment for customers and the general public, in addition to providing additional protection against the elements for the products themselves.
Storing and transporting temporary fencing panels can be quite a task, one option is to use a dedicated stillage. Stillage units protect inventory, speed up un/loading times, and are stackable so allow for more efficient use of storage space.