The temporary fence barrier refers to a free-standing, portable fence panels which can be installed and dismantled quickly and easily, and used in the entertainment, leisure and security industries. The Barriers are strong and rugged, and lightweight to enable each to be handled by one man. The frame is constructed from galvanized tubing, and covered with either bars or weld mesh. Each panel has two swing out legs for support and they link by means of a hook and eye system. Additional stabilization can be achieved by fixing individual barrier panels with cable ties and placing sandbags on the swivel legs, used, especially in windy conditions, or in cases where the panels are decorated with branding or shade cloth.
Fast Fencing, Speed Fencing, Temporary Fencing or Crowd Control Fencing is used to quickly and efficiently fence off or control crowds on a temporary basis. Our fast fencing is made from 38mm tubing with 5.0mm mesh welded into the frame to form the barrier.
Types of Temporary Fence Options
1. Nylon Mono-Filament Fencing
Nylon mono-filament wire is solid nylon wire that offers easy installation as well as immense strength. Interestingly, this material is more robust and far lighter than its steel-wire counterpart – being one-seventh the weight of steel-wire-based products, of the same diameter. Solid nylon wire will not rust, stretch, sag or corrode, and is widely used for wild animal control including deer and coyotes.
When solid nylon wire is used in conjunction with deer-net, invasive animals are effectively kept away from crops, gardens and pets. Also, mesh and nylon mono-filament fencing is very effective to contain larger livestock, including horses, until more-permanent fencing is established. Nylon mono-filament fencing provides UV, heat and weather stabilization.
2. Barricade Fencing
Metal or plastic barricades are excellent crowd or traffic-control options. The convenience of absolute portability speaks for itself. With barricades, a plethora of creative and functional layouts and configurations exist, which can tailor-fit any boundary requirement.
Plastic barricades are light-weight when compared to steel options; and high-density polyethylene designs offer ease of deployment without sacrificing sturdiness and strength. Locking mechanisms ensure optimized stability.
When very expensive construction equipment and materials must be protected, heavier cement barricades provide maximized security where unauthorized vehicles cannot enter a site, thereby, maximally thwarting thievery.
3. Mesh and Pole Fencing
Temporary mesh fencing that doesn't require drilling is an ideal solution for pool areas, for example, where safety is of the utmost concern. No-holes mesh fencing is the epitome of ease and efficiency when permanent fencing is not, immediately, available.
Temporary mesh fencing with the no-holes design operates very simply: sturdy base blocks are filled with sand or water; and fence poles are fitted into the blocks. The high-density, polyethylene bases are inter-connected and will, effortlessly, configure to follow any determined parameter. When filled with water, each base piece weighs about 65 pounds; and when filled with sand, each piece weighs twice that amount. Once poles are fitted, mesh panels are added, complete with spring-loaded safety latches.
Whether you are involved with an outdoor festival, concert, sports event, temporary construction or other endeavor where parameters are a focus, temporary fencing provides theft prevention, vandalism, animal control, liability management, security, crowd//access control and privacy.
4. Chain Link Fence Panels
Chain link fence panels are large panels that can be connected together in heavy plastic or concrete bases. They are great as you can simply use the number of panels that you need in order to create your temporary fencing. The heavy bases mean they cannot easily be tipped over, and you can also use padlocks to secure the entry, meaning that your site remains secure. The panels are generally 1.8 meters high.
5. Colorbond Fence Panels
Another option for temporary fencing is Colorbond fence panels. These are great if you are after more privacy or if you don’t like the standard chain link look. The panels are generally 2 metres high and you should be able to have a choice of Colorbond colours. The panels are braced on either end and across the middle using metal poles for extra strength and safety. Again, the bases are either heavy plastic or concrete depending on your needs.
6. Crowd Control Panels / Pedestrian Barriers
Crowd control panels are a low type of temporary fencing standing at around 1.2 metres tall. They have a series of metal bars set into the panel and that rest on heavy metal bases. They are simply joined together to create the necessary barrier. This type of temporary fencing is perfect for when you simply need to keep crowds contained within a certain area, or if you want to create an outdoor queuing system. In a residential situation, you can use them to keep people off newly laid turf for example, while commercially they are popular for expos, festivals and other outdoor events.
7. Pool Safety Barriers
Pool safety barriers are a special type of temporary fencing that is used when a new pool is being built. They meet all pool fencing regulations set out by local councils and meet the relevant Australian Standards. These barriers can be used whether or not the pool is actually filled with water (it is still dangerous if the pool is empty as a child can fall in and injure themselves).