16 gauge high-tensile wire makes it possible to build subdivision fences quickly and at a low cost. This wire will take over 10 years of abuse with minimal maintenance. End and corner posts do not need to be braced because this wire acts as a lightweight rubber band. Since less weight is suspended, less tension is required.
Light ⅜"-1½" rod posts can be used for the majority of the line posts, and wood posts or t-posts should be used at ends and corners. This wire is more of a psychological barrier rather than a physical barrier, so it needs to be electrified.
Coils fit a standard spinning jenny, which may also be used to rewind the wire. If rewinding, use the largest diameter on your jenny.
- Class 3 galvanized high-tensile
- 210 KSI, 16 gauge
- 6,000' coil
- Polished electroplate
- Ideal for interior electric fences
- Minimum break strength = 614 lbs