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Electric fence for security

Most security systems such as security cameras and detection sensors are designed to react after an intrusion has occurred to a property. They are more of a cure than a prevention. They help after the fact. To prevent intrusion, electric fencing is an effective deterrent as it acts as a physical and psychological barrier. Unless an intruder is quite determined and is equipped to bypass the electrical system, an electric fence sends a message that a property is well secured.

An electric fence can be designed to suit a specific property. Our installation consultant will inspect the site and recommend an appropriate design. It can be installed on an existing fence or installed as a new fence altogether.

Electric fencing systems are an effective perimeter protection solution for homes, industrial complexes, utility properties, warehouses and more. It is used to prevent theft, vandalism and safeguard property and assets.

Different elements of the electric fencing system such as the height, number of wires and distance between wires can be configured according to the level of security needed. The flexibility in configuring the system makes electric fencing one of the strongest preventive security measures and the first line of defense for your property.
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There are many reasons why you should install an electric fencing system. Here are some of the reasons:
  • Can be installed on an existing wall or as newly-built fence
  • A reliable barrier to deter or delay intrusion
  • High monitoring capabilities coupled with an intrusion alert
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Easy to operate
  • Durable
  • Electric fencing systems can be customized according to your needs. Elements of an electric fencing system will vary according to the site itself. However, there are key components that will be found in all good electric fencing systems. Here are the core components:
    1. Fence Energizers Energizers send electric pulses of currents down the wires at about 1-second intervals. The pulsating current ensures that when the wires are touched, the person touching it has a chance to remove himself hence it is not lethal to human beings. Depending on your needs and the site itself, energizers can be hooked into an electrical circuit or could be battery-run, all depending on the length and height of the fence.
    2. Conductors The right conductor is highly essential for the effectiveness of your electric fence. The role of conducting wires is to conduct the electric current. There are different types of conductors in the market such as tapes, wires and ropes and they differ in price and in usage. Choosing the right conductor is important in delivering a sufficient voltage to the fence for optimum security. Please consult us to find out which conductor is appropriate for your needs.
    3. Fencing Posts Fencing posts can be made of plastic, wood or metal. In installing posts, regardless of the type, it is important to consider good spacing, strength and stability of the posts for good conductivity. Insulators will be required for metal and wooden posts while not necessary for plastic posts as they are already insulated.
    4. Earth Stakes Most problems with electric fences are a result of poor grounding. For a shock to be emitted, a good current flow is needed from the energizer to the point of contact and back to the earth. Improper earthing may also increase the risk of unwanted shock.
    5. Insulators For safety, electric fences are fitted with insulators to ensure that the electricity won't flow to the ground or any materials that conduct electricity. Insulators minimize the risk of fire ignition or short out of the fence. Usually, plastic or porcelain insulators are attached to a fencing post before the conducting material is attached.

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