the economical security fencing solution
Palisade Fencing Provides medium to high security
to industrial and commercial premises, as well as schools and other
It can be supplied assembled in panels but is normally bundled for site
assembly along with the necessary fixings and fasteners.
Costings are estimated in linear metres, so simply measure the length of
fencing that you require, choose the height and fill in our
online quote now.
Scroll down this page for all the information you'll need about steel
palisade fencing or view and print our
A choice of height
Steel palisade fencing comes in several standard heights of 900mm and up
to 3.6m, referring to the height of the fence from the ground level. A
full list of the standard fence heights can be viewed on the
Materials Specification chart
Triple Pointed & Splayed head
choice of pale heads
Offers the greatest deterrent but is not generally recommended on fences
below the height of 1.8m.
A choice of pale
Whilst being marginally more expensive the 'W' section is often
preferred to the more traditional 'D' section, not only for its superior
strength but for its reduced vulnerability to tampering due to the
fixing heads being concealed.
A choice of finish
All AFS steel security fencing is hot dipped
galvanised to BS 729 as standard for extra life.
Palisade is a popular choice with local and education authorities when
powder coated in a colour that blends with its environment.
||Powder Coating service
AFS offer the full range of RAL colours
which gives our customers a vast assorment of choice.
The most popular colours are...
Heights from 1.8m to 2.4m are common and are
available ex-stock, while heights from 0.9m to 3.6m are within the
standard range. Non standard heights and alternative pale thicknesses
are available with support legs to BS 1722 Part 12. Contact us for more
All parts can be bought as spares for repairs and stockholding
The main parts required for a standard 2.75m
section of steel palisade fencing - All ex-stock.
Size, profile, head shape and finish as described above.
2 x 10mm dia. holes top/bottom to allow fastening to rails.
17 pales per section.
Galvanised RSA steel. Slotted on each end to allow fixing to fishplates.
17 x 10mm dia. holes to allow fastening of pales.
2 rails per section.
Galvanised RSJ steel. Slotted top/bottom to allow positioning of
2 posts per section.
The fixings & fasteners associated with steel palisade fencing - All
for 'W' section pales.
Galvanised saddle head bolt and permacone nut for 'D' section pales.
Zinc plated or stainless steel rivets for 'D' and 'W' section pales.
Offered through posts to secure horizontal rails.
12mm dia. galvanised round head bolt and permacone nut to secure rails to
All nuts used on AFS steel palisade installations have permacone heads
where the hexigon section snaps off when the correct torque is applied,
leaving a tamper proof fixing.