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Wheatland’s Fence SpecCheck is a compilation of all related fence standards and specifications. Fence SpecCheck not only lists the standards and specifications but provides a summary of the standard which may provide the answer to your question.

Throughout the year, Wheatland monitors all standards and specifications to ensure Fence SpecCheck is up to date.

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Top Five Reasons to Spec ASTM F1083 schedule 40 pipe on your Next Project

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Top Five Reasons to Spec ASTM F1083 schedule 40 pipe on your Next Project

Whether you are a consumer, fence contractor or architect/engineer in the design phase for your industrial, commercial, or security project, there are multiple choices you have when it comes to protecting that structure. One thing is certain – you want to choose a structural fence framework that is going to last in any location for years to come and offer the best protection the project requires. That’s where ASTM F1083 Schedule 40 Pipe Fence Framework comes in to meet all the stringent specs for these demanding applications. Let’s look at the top five reasons you will want to spec ASTM F1083 schedule 40 pipe on your project.

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Increasing In-Line Galvanized Fence Framework Awareness at Fencetech 2017

Fencetech 2017 just wrapped up at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas. The show, which went from February 1st to February 5th, was a huge success and San Antonio was a fantastic host. More than 4,500 fence industry professionals were at the conference to attend meetings, meet with clients, and be educated about new fence standards and products in the industry.

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Tools of the Trade: Wheatland Wind Load Fence Post Size and Spacing Calculator

Will the wind blow down a fence? It sure will! In my many years of experience in the fence industry, I have visited countless sites and seen photos of fences bent anywhere from 30 degrees or more to just about flat to the ground. One time I visited a tennis court site at Montauk Point on Long Island; unfortunately, the wind screens were left on during a storm and I couldn’t believe my eyes…one 120-foot side of the court fence was blown a full 60 feet to the other! The post, including the massive footings were actually pulled out of the sandy ground.

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