Warehouses might not be the first place you think of when you think of security fencing, but they do demand very high security, to avoid theft and other problems.
Where Is Warehouse Fencing Installed?
There are two main kinds of fencing that warehouses might require. One would be the traditional perimeter fence, which in this case is usually installed with gate automation and some access control peripherals, to make it easier for deliveries and collections to happen, and to track who accesses the facility, and when.
The other kind of fencing that is important in a warehouse type of setting is interior fencing. This type of fencing is installed to restrict access to storage areas and similar.
In the past, we have installed interior fencing with smaller aperture mesh, in factories and warehouses where there was a probem with small items being passed through fenced areas.
We've also installed gates with keypad and cardreader access, to restrict accesst to authorized personnel only.
Automated cantilevers can also be installed inside buildings, and because they don't have a rail above, they're perfect for areas where forklifts carrying loads will be moving. Add an entry or exit loop, and you can make movement inside the area simple as well as safe.
Some of the places where you might find warehouse fencing include airport cargo areas, warehouses and fulfillment centers, bonded stores and similar. If you need security fencing to keep your stock safe, we can help.
What We Do
As fence manufacturers, we can do a lot of things many other companies cannot.
We can design your fence to any height we can weave mesh, and offer mesh with smaller apertures. Our welding shops around the country can manufacture high security gates for your warehouse, and with options like lightweight aluminum gates, you can get a wider, higher gate without increasing weight proportionately.
Whatever you need in the way of warehouse fencing, our team of technical sales specialists can help.