GRP Palisade Fencing vs GRP Mesh Fencing
Engineered Composites are able to supply and install both GRP Palisade and GRP Mesh Fencing for a multitude of industries, but what’s the difference? In this latest blog, we’ll be covering the key differences, characteristics, and the most suitable industries for each type of fencing. Engineered Composites have been trading for over 35+ years and have a fantastic reputation.
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GRP Palisade Fencing
Similarly to steel, GRP Palisade Fencing is great in strength and hard-wearing. GRP Palisade Fencing is a highly effective alternative to traditional steel fencing whilst being better for the environment and also generally being more cost-effective.
You may be thinking, why not just purchase steel fencing? It’s a great question, but it’s one that can be answered promptly. GRP Palisade Fencing offers characteristics that makes it a much better alternative to traditional steel fencing. This type of fencing is particularly suitable in harsher environments. The main characteristics include; fire-retardant, corrosion-resistant, non-conductive, hard-wearing, durable, and minimal maintenance will be required in the years to come.
GRP Palisade Fencing is, of course, suitable to specific industries, markets and environments. We highly recommend GRP Palisade Fencing as the best fencing solution for the likes of airports, railway stations, electrical substations, electrical enclosures, power plants, airports, and chemical sites.
GRP Mesh Fencing
Here at Engineered Composites, we also supply and install GRP Mesh Fencing. This type of fencing offers a fantastic alternative to metal fencing and is a popular fencing solution for increasing privacy and security on commercial or public grounds.
There are many characteristics and features of GRP Mesh Fencing which makes it such a popular fencing solution for many commercial premises and establishments. Mesh fencing is corrosion-resistant and can therefore withstand even the harshest of environments. Furthermore, it’s also required very minimal maintenance and this type of fencing is also electromagnetically transparent and highly durable. Mesh fencing is commonly installed to guide hazardous equipment (such as electrical) and is incredibly difficult to get through, therefore providing fantastic security benefits.
GRP Mesh Fencing is, of course, suitable to specific industries, markets and environments. We highly recommend GRP Mesh Fencing as the best fencing solution for the likes of airports, defence units, and other industrial settings. GRP Mesh Fencing is also installed at educational establishments such as colleges, schools and universities for additional protection and security.
There are many similarities between mesh and palisade fencing, and both can serve their purpose. Here at Engineered Composites, we can supply both types of fencing solutions to over a dozen different industries and markets. If you’re still unsure which type of fencing is the most suitable, please don’t hesitate to get in touch, and our expert team will be more than happy to assist.