CLEARLY BUILT FOR TIMELESS
BEAUTY & STRENGTH
Security Rating: MEDIUM
CLEAR, see-through design
TIMELESS, classic beauty
STRENGTH for mid to high-level security
When beauty factors into perimeter security, Classic’s stately elegance is an incomparable choice.
Difficult to climb or penetrate, made to last and competitively priced, Classic’s v-shaped braces along the length of each steel panel add lateral strength, and its adaptability to elevation and directional changes (120° swing) make this fence ideal for nearly any application.
Clear, Strong & Beautiful
Classic is the ultimate choice in versatility, making it the “go anywhere… go everywhere” fencing solution. It’s built steel strong, which makes it tough to cut, climb or penetrate, and yet it’s incredibly attractive.
The perfect alternative to chain link, Classic provides far greater security and aesthetics. It’s also an exceptional choice in lieu of wrought iron, with a much lower investment and virtually no maintenance. It needs no finials, balls, caps or other add-ons. It’s simply perfect the way it is.
Classic Security Solutions
Public Works/Public Spaces
Businesses & Corporations
Schools & Universities
Botanical Gardens & Zoos
Parks, Playgrounds & Pools
Hotels & Apartment Complexes
Places of Worship
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CLASSIC Panels & Posts
Posts are available in multiple sizes and lengths.
Available with angled extension.
Please consult one of our Distributors for additional details.
CLASSIC Installation Components
45° Angled Extension
(Not recommended for panels over 5’H)
Steel Brackets attach to posts using a #14 x 1 ½” self-tapping screw (Stainless Steel is recommended; obtain locally). This allows the brackets (hardware included) to be installed anywhere on the Post. 3” x 3” 11-gauge posts are always preferred for all panels. At your discretion, smaller size posts may be used for panels 5’ and under. However, it is strongly recommended to ONLY use 3” x 3” 11-gauge posts (at a minimum) for installations with panels taller than 5’. Please consult an engineer, architect or other expert to ensure you are using the correct size post. And, always check your local building codes.