Temporary Hoarding

Temporary fencing steel hoarding fence panels are perfect for a variety of different uses as the panels are easy and fast to erect. It is ideal for any project, including:

Temporary Hoarding
  • Special events
  • Commercial construction
  • Domestic housing sites
  • Crowd control
  • Exhibitions
  • Sporting events
  • Concerts/parades
  • Local council work sites
  • Environmental protection areas
  • Safety/hazard compounds
  • Equipment isolation
Temporary Hoarding
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Stock is readily available with next day delivery for hire and sales.

We pride ourselves on quality, realistic prices, and customer satisfaction.

Our heavy-duty temporary fencing panels are designed for long life and regular use. They incorporate an anti-climb weldmesh infill, galvanized, and meet all the required Australian standards.

When using our mesh panel, concrete-filled plastic feet, clamps and Stays, we will create a secure temporary fencing system that suits your requirements. A security chain and lock will be supplied free with all hire orders to secure your sight.

Temporary Steel Hoarding fence clamps

Temporary fencing clamps are made from hot-dipped galvanized steel ensure along with life which makes them the perfect way to secure the top of the fencing panels together.

We can also provide tamper-proof nuts for extra security if required.

Temporary Steel Hoarding Fence Brace

Temporary fence stays are used to support the temporary fence in high wind situations or on long runs to ensure the fence once erected remains secure.

Our specialist installation guys will access the site and install stays if required.

Fence stays are hot-dipped galvanized to Australian standard – 42 Microns and are attached to the mesh panels by 2 clamps and weighted down by concrete-filled plastic feet.

Panel Size:2400mm(L) x 2100mm(H)
Frame:32mm O.D. and 20mm*40mm tube
infilled sheet0.30mm-0.60mm thickness
Finish:Hot Dipped Galvanized to Australian Standard – 42 Microns
Welds:Welds are hand-painted with thick Zinc paint and then sprayed
with silver paint