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OTTER BRACKET INTER 510MM

30mm wide, 6mm deep, top and lower arms are 450mm long.

£7.20 inc VAT          OUT OF STOCK


STOCKFENCE - TORNADO RL19/180/5 50MTRS

RL19/180/5 combined with RL6/50/5 is designed as a twopiece otter fence for installation in areas of restricted accessibility. This enables the RL6/50/5 (ground skirt) to be installed before the intermediate posts and RL19/180/5 (top net) are installed. The two nets are connected with netting clips. The nets have pre-stripped ends for ease of joining. It features solid vertical wires and the unobtrusive high pressure bonded Torus knot which does not have any sharp edges. Tornado Torus Otter Fence is manufactured with high tensile wire which strains tighter than mild steel and so requires fewer intermediate posts, making it quicker to erect. It does not stretch with weathering so does not need to be retightened annually Stock fencing comes in many heights and lenghts to suit different purposes. To identify the stock fence they are all given a code such as L10/118/15. The letters denote the wire type: L = Light Mild Steel (2.0mm) C - Medium Mild Steel (2.5mm) LHT - Light High Tensile (2.0mm) HT - High Tensile (2.5mm) The number after the letters shows how many horizontal wires are in the fence. The next numbers are the fence height in centimeters. The last number is the distance between the vertical wires. Tornado Wire has created a range of stock fencing, and offers some specialist fences for lambs, Pheasant Friendly fence giving game birds free access while retaining sheep and cattle. When buying stock fence look at the options, as cost savings can be made buying fences with less line wires and bigger spacing. High tensile fences are stronger than mild steel, but mild steel is easier to use.

£240.00 inc VAT          OUT OF STOCK           AVAILABLE IN STORE ONLY


STOCKFENCE - TORNADO RL23/240/5 50MTRS

To prevent otters from digging underneath fencing, at least 500mm should be buried in to the ground or turned out at ground level. As otters are also adept at climbing, the top 500mm should also be cranked towards the outside. Otters can squeeze through surprisingly small gaps. With a mesh of 100mm x 50mm, Tornado Otter Fence is a proven barrier. Stock fencing comes in many heights and lenghts to suit different purposes. To identify the stock fence they are all given a code such as L10/118/15. The letters denote the wire type: L = Light Mild Steel (2.0mm) C - Medium Mild Steel (2.5mm) LHT - Light High Tensile (2.0mm) HT - High Tensile (2.5mm) The number after the letters shows how many horizontal wires are in the fence. The next numbers are the fence height in centimeters. The last number is the distance between the vertical wires. Tornado Wire has created a range of stock fencing, and offers some specialist fences for lambs, Pheasant Friendly fence giving game birds free access while retaining sheep and cattle. When buying stock fence look at the options, as cost savings can be made buying fences with less line wires and bigger spacing. High tensile fences are stronger than mild steel, but mild steel is easier to use.

£300.00 inc VAT          OUT OF STOCK           AVAILABLE IN STORE ONLY


STOCKFENCE - TORNADO RL6/50/5 50MTRS

RL6/50/5 combined with RL19/180/5 is designed as a twopiece otter fence for installation in areas of restricted accessibility. This enables the RL6/50/5 (ground skirt) to be installed before the intermediate posts and RL19/180/5 (top net) are installed. The two nets are connected with netting clips. The nets have pre-stripped ends for ease of joining. It features solid vertical wires and the unobtrusive high pressure bonded Torus knot which does not have any sharp edges. Tornado Torus Otter Fence is manufactured with high tensile wire which strains tighter than mild steel and so requires fewer intermediate posts, making it quicker to erect. It does not stretch with weathering so does not need to be retightened annually Stock fencing comes in many heights and lenghts to suit different purposes. To identify the stock fence they are all given a code such as L10/118/15. The letters denote the wire type: L = Light Mild Steel (2.0mm) C - Medium Mild Steel (2.5mm) LHT - Light High Tensile (2.0mm) HT - High Tensile (2.5mm) The number after the letters shows how many horizontal wires are in the fence. The next numbers are the fence height in centimeters. The last number is the distance between the vertical wires. Tornado Wire has created a range of stock fencing, and offers some specialist fences for lambs, Pheasant Friendly fence giving game birds free access while retaining sheep and cattle. When buying stock fence look at the options, as cost savings can be made buying fences with less line wires and bigger spacing. High tensile fences are stronger than mild steel, but mild steel is easier to use.

£74.40 inc VAT          OUT OF STOCK           AVAILABLE IN STORE ONLY


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