How to Setup Temporary Construction Fence – Perimeter Patrol

by | Oct 30, 2018 | Crowd Control Blog, Effective Crowd Control | 0 comments

Perimeter Patrol Welded Wire Panels are typically used as a temporary construction fence. These attractive panels are also ideal for a variety of additional crowd management applications. High Schools have used these items in their athletic fields to help organize concession stand order lines and to secure areas of the field where attendees were not permitted.

Wire fence panels can be palatized and are easily stored and transported as needed.  Setup can be easily accomplished with one or two people with each panel only weighing approximately 30 pounds.

Welded Wire Fence Pallets can be easily loaded via a Forktruck

Welded Wire Fence Pallets can be easily loaded via a Forktruck
Weded Wire Fence Panels on a Flat Bed Truck

Welded Fence Weighted Bases

Setting your bases up the width of the panels you can add a weight to each base.  Depending on the application one weight base may be sufficient or you may want to add two.  Regardless, add these prior to securing the welded wire panel to the base.

Also, there are optional ground stakes that can be used to drive the bases securely to the ground.

Welded Wire Fence Base with one Weight
Welded Wire Fence Base with two Weights

Lining up the Wire Panels and Securing them with Brackets

As you position the wire panels onto the base and line them up, secure each panel with the provided clamps.  This secures and stabilizes the entire line of panels.

Setting Up Welded Wire Panels
Welded Wire Fence Line
Connecting Welded Wire Panels

Lining up the Wire Panels and Securing them with Brackets

As you position the wire panels onto the base and line them up, secure each panel with the provided clamps.  This secures and stabilizes the entire line of panels.

Wire Panel Privacy Screen
Welded Wire Panel Banners
Welded Wire Panle No Climb Panels

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