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Protek 2000 – Welded Medium Mesh Security Fence Panels
A ‘medium-duty’ anti-climb welded mesh fencing system that provides a strong and secure perimeter boundary while still being aesthetically pleasing. The single wire structure of Protek 2000 helps it blend into the surroundings while also allowing for high through-visibility.
Protek 2000 features welded V mesh single wire fencing panels with horizontal triangular folds that help to form a strong, rigid fence line, particularly suitable for use as a general-purpose boundary fence. Adjoining panels are held together with a full vertical length clamp bar pinned into posts using pre-drilled holes. This makes the fixings vandal resistant and provides a higher level of security than traditional clip mesh fencing systems. The Protek security fence panels are also designed to be anti-climb, while still being child friendly. Protek secure systems are particularly suitable around schools, public buildings, retail parks and business premises.
Available In A Wide Range Of Heights
Protek 2000 weld mesh fence panels are available in heights from 1.8m, up to 3m high. On heights over 2.4m the number of ‘V’ panels on the fence panel is increased, making it more difficult for intruders to climb, while also increasing the strength and rigidity of the fence line. The narrower 2.5m wide panels are also more suited to uneven ground.
One Of The UK’s Leading Boundary Mesh Fencing Suppliers
Alexandra Security is a leading supplier of metal fencing in the UK, and our high-quality wire mesh is made to last. Each fence is supplied in a galvanised finish for long term weather protection, and if required a polyester powder coat finish to a colour of your choice can be applied to give extra protection and an improved aesthetic appeal. Many customers opt for green mesh fencing panels to allow the fence to blend in with rural surroundings, with black being a popular alternative for more urban sites.
Conforms to BS 1722-14: 2006