High Security 358 Mesh Partitioning

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High Security 358 Mesh Partitioning

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Our High-Security Mesh Partitioning System is designed to offer exceptional bike parking security in areas such as underground car parks, between archways or pre-existing structures. Often paired with our high-density Two Tier & Semi Vertical cycle racks, it’s one of the safest options for any commercial project looking to provide a reliable secure cycle storage solution.

Price on application – please contact one of the team for more information

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Description

For exceptionally secure bike storage. Our fully customisable mesh fencing offers the unique ability to create a fully-enclosed & secure area, built to suit any space required. Choose any number of gates, each supplied with a variety of access control options from hasp and staple locking system, to push button digi locks and full swipe card access control. It’s one of the safest options for any commercial project looking to provide a reliable secure cycle storage solution.

Please contact a member of the sales team for a full proposal inclusive of project-specific design pack, as well as advice on the various cycle storage options available.

  • 76.2mm x 12.7mm x 4.5mm Mesh
  • Available in both Hot Dipped Galvanised & Powdercoated finish
  • 80mm x 80mm SHS Box posts (Bolt down or roof fix)
  • Available in the following heights 1.8m, 2.0m, 2.4m, 2.7m and 3.0m
  • Unique ultra-secure clamp fixing system

The mesh aperture consists of a 76.2 x 12.7mm spacing providing ultimate protection against climbing and cut-through. Panels are overlapped by a minimum of 75mm at posts to maintain the integrity of the protection. Each system is provided with our industry-leading 25-year product guarantee.

Additional information

Size

Bespoke – dimensions to suit

Lead Time

2-3 Weeks

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