Published at Tuesday, August 14th, 2018 - 00:08:47 AM. Fence. By arthur.
High Tensile Wire High tensile (H-T or HT) fencing is a special hard, springy steel wire that was introduced in the 1970s and has slowly gained acceptance. The wire may be a single strand plain or barbed wire, or woven mesh, and is capable of much higher tension than mild steel. It permits the use of wider post spacings and is neither stretched easily by animals, nor by fallen trees or branches. It can be insulated and electrified. Because of the wide spacing of the posts, thin metal or wood spacers (or "droppers") may be attached to the wires between posts to maintain their spacing.
Synthetic Fence A variant, sometimes called vinyl rail or strap fencing consists of two or more vinyl-encased wires with vinyl or other synthetic between them to create a rail that is anywhere from 1 to 10 centimetres (0 to 4 in) wide. Some forms may be electrified by use of a special coating on the top wire of the rail.
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