BS 1722-18:2011 specifies performance requirements for the manufacture of steel mesh site perimeter temporary fencing. It includes test methods for the verification that these requirements have been met. Information on the construction of a typical fence panel that would meet these requirements has also been included.
Contents for BS 1722-18 includes:
- Terms and definitions
- Fence panel
- Installation guidance
This part of BS 1722 supersedes DD 1722-18:2007, which is withdrawn.
BS 1722 is published in parts as follows:
- Part 1: Specification for chain link fences
- Part 2: Specification for strained wire and wire mesh netting fences
- Part 4: Specification for cleft chestnut pale fences
- Part 5: Specification for close boarded and wooden palisade fences
- Part 7: Specification for wooden post and rail fence
- Part 8: Specification for mild steel (low carbon steel) continuous bar fences and hurdles
- Part 9: Specification for mild steel (low carbon steel) fences with round or square verticals and flat horizontals
- Part 10: Specification for anti intruder fences in chain link and welded mesh
- Part 11: Specification for prefabricated wood panel fences
- Part 12: Specification for steel palisade fences
- Part 13: Chain link fences for tennis court surrounds 1)
- Part 14: Specification for open mesh steel panel fences
- Part 16: Specification for organic powder coatings to be used as a plastics finish to components and mesh
- Part 17: Specification for electric security fences – Design, installation and maintenance
- Part 18: Specification for free-standing temporary steel mesh perimeter fencing systems.
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The HSE welcomes this British Standard and will be participating in the development of a British Standard on free-standing temporary steel mesh perimeter fencing systems.