Fiberglass Security Fencing
Fiberglass security fencing, or electrostatically non-conductive (ENC) fencing, can be used instead of metal fencing anywhere, and it is most beneficial when used in places where there are corrosion concerns (FRP is non-corrosive), or conductivity issues (FRP fence is non-conductive and invisible to radar. The FRP fencing materials are fire retardant.
The fencing is made from molded FRP panels. It is light-weight, fire-retardant and corrosion-resistant. The hardware used to fasten it can be either FRP and plastic or typical galvanized steel bolts. Posts are made from structural FRP shapes. Hinges and latches for gates are made from galvanized steel. Can also be used as isolation panels for metallic fences.
Threaded fasteners bolt through the panels and tighten securely using AIMS panel plugs. All nuts are located behind the fence, which makes criminal access nearly impossible. When criminals typically want to gain access through a chain-link fence or a steel fence, they use cutters and/or cutting torches. These tools are useless against AIMS ENC Fence System. Also, if a criminal cuts a hole in chain-link fencing, they can remove items larger than the hole simply by expanding the chain-link fence. This is impossible with the AIMS ENC fence. If a hole is created in the AIMS NC Fence System, only items smaller than the hole can be removed.
Non-metallic and non-conductive fence components are available.