Chain Link Hardware and Fittings
Barbarms and Barbed Wire
Barbarms are chain link fence fittings used to string barbed wire to the top of a chain link fence. There are many different types of barbarms depending on your specific fencing application and layout.
Barn Door and Barn Door Track Fittings
Barn door track, trolleys for the barn tracks, and barn door track brackets
Chain link brace bands are used to attach all chain link fence horizontal rails, bottom tension wire, and occasionally barbwire to terminal fence posts. This almost always includes the top rail, but may also include a bottom rail, midrail, braces, and truss rods.
Floor flanges and deck mount castings, disc-type floor flanges, spade post anchors, galvanized steel plates, wedge post anchors
End Rail Clamps
Chain link end rail clamps are used when installing a mid brace on chain link fences. They are also commonly found on baseball backstops, and residential gates. Secure with one nut and bolt each; you may also install a self-tap screw for added support.
Line Rail Clamps
Chain link line rail clamps, or boulevards as they are often called, are commonly used when installing a mid brace on chain link fences. They are also commonly found on baseball backstops. Secure with two nuts and bolts each; you may also install a self-tap screw for added support.
Saddle clamps or panel clamps as they are often called, are used to secure to pieces of rail parallel to one another. They are frequently used to bolt two kennel panels together, two per panel. We also use them on our baseball backstops to secure the overhead canopies.
Panic Bars and Panic Bar Hardware
Panic bars allow for free exit from a gate with no prior knowledge of how the gate opens. Just a simple push on the panic bar allows the gate to be opened instantly.
Pipe plugs are used to cover the exposed ends in gates, kennel panels or custom pipe projects where the cut ends of fence framework needs filled
Rail End Cups
Chain link rail end cups (rail ends or rail end caps) are used to attach top rail, mid rail or bottom rail chain link fence framework to terminal posts when constructing chain link fence. Order the appropriate rail end cup to fit your dimension of framework.
Chain link tension bands are used to attach the chain link fabric to the terminal posts. Use one less than the height of fence you are installing, i.e. a 5' high fence uses 4 tension bands per hook-up.
Galvanized fence tension bars, truss rods and truss rod tightening clips
Top Rail Sleeves
When using non-swedged or plain ended top rail, use top rail sleeves to join two pieces of top rail together.