Why Tensile Strength is Important in Choosing Fencing

Posted by: Carlo Rosales on 21 Jan 2016 | 0 comments

Are you looking for fencing that can withstand harsh weather and fend off predators? Before you purchase one, you have to think about its features and materials. One of the things you need to look into is the tensile strength of the fence you want to purchase.
 
Importance of Tensile Strength for Fencing

If you own a farm, you have to think of ways to protect your animals from predators. Dogs, foxes and raccoons will have an easy time invading your property if they can scratch, claw and bite their way through poor or decayed material. This is when tensile strength becomes an important factor in choosing a fence.

Tensile strength is the maximum amount of pulling force that a material can withstand before deforming or breaking. It has three types which are:
  1. Ultimate Strength – the maximum amount of stress a material can take
  2. Yield Strength – the amount of force a material can take without deforming permanently
  3. Breaking Stress – the stress coordinates applied to the strain curve when a material ruptures
Ring lock fencing uses high-tensile materials that make sure predators cannot deform or break it easily. This type can also withstand harsh weather and is low-maintenance, making it a cost-effective solution.

Ring Lock Fencing from Direct Trades Supply

We at Direct Trades Supply makes it a point that you get only quality products made of high-standard materials that are not only durable, but also low-maintenance. We have a wide variety of products to choose from. We have the best ring lock fencing choices for your farm, commercial property or residence.

The wire strength of the ring lock products we offer improves their durability. This product’s resilience and low maintenance features make it an ideal choice for you. We have other fencing types that have our stamp of approval and quality guarantee.

Contact us to learn more about the fencing products we offer.

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