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    Hello good day mga ka HandyMan,


    Balakkokasi magkabit ng wire fence (cyclone wire) sa province length of about 44meters just need helps and suggestions on the following, please correct me if i made a mistake on something:

    Given cyclone wire fence @44mtrs @6ft height


    1) Post should be erected every 3mtrs, with a depth of 1mtr with concrete diameter of 3x the size of the post example 2inch post need 6inch hole.

    2) Cyclone wire fence would be 3mm thick with an opening of 3 inches para medyolalabansa livestock around the area, mgakambinglangnamanna paligid ligid.

    3) Will be using galvanized 2-inch pipe schedule 40 is this enough?

    4) On cyclone wire tensioningano ginagawa nila may nagamitba ng tension bands baka naman may iba pang diskarte? if ever need talaga yung mga bands to tie/ tension the cyclone wires saan makakabili?


    Thanks again PinoyHandyMan


    Maki
    Last edited by antina; 03-25-2019, 09:20 PM.

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    [QUOTE=makikulit;n99563Hello good day ka HandyMan,

    magkabitng wire fence (cyclone wire) province length of about 44meters just need helps and suggestions on the following, please correct me if made a mistake on something:

    Given cyclone wire fence @44mtrs @6ft height

    1) should be erected every 3mtrs, with a depth of 1mtr with of 3x the size of the post example 2inch post 6inch hole.

    2) Cyclone fence would be 3mm thick with an opening of 3inches para livestock around the area, paligid ligid.

    3) Will be using galvanized 2inch pipe schedule 40 is this enough?

    4) On cyclone wire ginagawa nila may tension bands baka naman may iba pang ?ever need talaga yung mga bands to tie/ tension the cyclone wires saan makakabili?

    Thanks again PinoyHandyMan

    /QUOTE]

    If I understood correctly, this is a wire fence 144.5 feet long and 6 feet high for a livestock pen. This was what my father and I put at 320 feet and 6 feet high last summer.
    1) Fasting we installed every 10 feet, with a depth of 4 feet with a concrete diameter 4 times the diameter of the post.
    2) We had a 0.12 thick cyclone wire fence with a hole of 3 inches around the perimeter of the livestock pen.
    3) We used a 1' 1/2 galvanized plumbing pipe and it was not very stiff (vibrated under the weight of a cyclone fence). I think that a 2-inch galvanized pipe would be better for our fence!
    4) When stretching a cyclone-type wire, we reinforced the wire fence with a strip of metal twice as thick. This gave good rigidity to the wire fence and the cyclone wire did not sag.
    So with my father, we did a cattle fence.
    Your fence looks quite thought out and without waste of material and money.
    Last edited by antina; 03-25-2019, 09:21 PM. Reason: Some mistakes

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      Thanks Antina halos pareho pala yung measurements natin 4ft kala ko 1mtr depth is a overkill di pala, on the fasteners puro alambre lang ginamit nyo with a vertical bar inserted on the cyclone tama ba? Kung walang makitang mga fasteners baka ganyan n din gawin ko. Thanks Antina for the suggestions

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