Hadley Group, a global manufacturer of cold rollformed sections and profiles, showcased its innovative range of fully engineered fencing solutions at FENCEX 2018.
Hadley Group’s cold rolled steel fencing systems provide an optimum strength-to-weight ratio, guaranteeing maximum durability, easier handling and faster installation.
Designed and manufactured by the market-leading, globally active in-house cold rollform profile design team, Hadley Group’s alternative fencing solutions proved a hit at the exhibition in October.
On display was the manufacturers’ unique UltraFence system, the first complete cold rolled engineered palisade fencing system where every component has been specifically designed to optimise strength-to-weight ratio.
Lighter, stronger and more economical than industry alternatives, the product is also generally quicker to install. The system is made up of three main components; UltraPost, UltraRail and UltraPale™ to ensure an attractive, robust perimeter fencing solution.
Hadley Group’s versatile railing system, UltraBar™, also featured, a system that has been designed for easy erection with pre-assembled panels that simply bolt into place.
Featuring Hadley Group’s patented raking joint system, UltraBar™ gives the installer the angle desired instantly and effortlessly. Aesthetically pleasing, traditionally styled and cost effective, the railings are ideal for parks and outdoor recreational facilities.
Finally, Hadley Group showcased its UltraSecure™ system. The revolutionary fencing system features steel slats fixed between each pale to offer heightened levels of defence, providing an extremely strong and secure perimeter.
The security system is available in two forms; solid for applications requiring total privacy, or perforated where good surveillance of the premises is required.
All of Hadley Group’s fencing systems are worldwide patent protected and compliant with British Standards.
The only UK exhibition dedicated to perimeter security, fencing and access control, FENCEX is staged once every two years attracting trade delegates from both Europe and all over the UK.
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