This article first appeared in the Railway-News magazine Issue 3 2021.
TouchSAFE FRP Composite Palisade Fencing offers a strong, non-conductive barrier for the secure containment of electrical equipment.
The panels are manufactured from pultruded profiles, with pales and cross rails that are interlocked to form a robust, long-lasting structure. There is no need for maintenance and less chance of damage from potential vandalism incidents, with pales passing through the rails to reduce the risk of prising apart.
As composites are natural electrical insulants, the fencing provides a non-conductive boundary for the safe housing of electrical equipment on rail applications such as substations, LOC suites, and OLE masts.
Delivered in full panels to reduce installation time, all fixings are comprised of engineered plastic so earthing is not required. The fencing is also lightweight and corrosion resistant against most oils, acids and alkaline chemicals. TouchSAFE is produced with UV inhibitors within the resin and finished with a UV-resistant synthetic polyester veil that encapsulates the profile’s reinforcement pack to add further protection against the elements…
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TouchSAFE FRP Composite Fencing provides a robust, long-lasting and non-conductive barrier for the safe containment of electrical equipment.
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