Electric Fencing Systems
- Installed as a restrictive electric barrier to produce an electric shock when touched
- Specifically utilised as a deterrent to prevent access to areas with perimeter boundary restrictions
- Manufactured with predictable voltage control to comply with set standards of pre-determined danger levels
- Energizers are comprised of solid-state circuits to improve longevity and ensure constant pulse width and voltage control
- Fences emit high voltage pulse in intervals of time
- It dumps the charge as soon as the conductive load touches the conductive wire.
- Most fence energizers are hooked up to a permanent electrical circuit and put onto batteries or solar panels.
Uses for Electric Fencing
Electric fencing is used to manage security and perimeter enclosure for commercial, industrial, manufacturing and agricultural sites.
- Electric Fencing is very popular in agricultural areas. It is
- Less expensive and faster to erect than conventional fencing
- Animals are not restrained thereby risk of injury minimised
- Notifications assigned to zone segments allow for ease of inspection
Wild Animals and Domestic Livestock:
- Successful in controlling the movements of wild animals in close proximity to game resorts and private property within game reserves
- Prevents domestic livestock from straying onto airport runways
- Powerful deterrent to crop raiding
- Non-Lethal electric fencing for perimeter security to deter potential intruders
- In the event of fence tampering sensor barriers activate a security alarm system
- Strong physical barrier and psychological deterrent to intruders
Main types of electric fences
- Erected behind an existing wire or mesh fence.
- Adds additional layer to existing perimeter security
- Easy rivet or screw installation to existing posts of palisade fence pillars
- Securely mounted on top of an existing wall
- Recommended height is a minimum of 1.5 metres
- As a free-standing fence it works as the sole barrier
- Installed primarily for high security areas or establishments
- Minimum installation distance is 1 metre away from the closest barrier