- Long-lasting and easy to use
- Panel security brackets can be fitted to stop panels being lifted out
- Four-way weathered (Pyramid) post tops
- Use concrete gravel boards to keep the panel off of the ground and reduce the risk of the panel bottom rotting prematurely
- Cannot be used with post anchors
Concrete Slotted Posts for use with Fencing Panels and Trellis
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You can fit panel security brackets to stop the panels from being lifted out for extra peace of mind.
Each post has a four-way weathered (Pyramid) top.
Concrete Gravel boards are easy to use with slotted posts and fence panels as they keep the fence panel off of the ground and reduce the risk of the panel bottom rotting prematurely.
If the fence line is on a slope, you need to order longer posts so that the panels can step down the slope.
Concrete posts are generally dug into the ground and secured with either a dry mix made up of ballast and cement (about 7 to 1 mix with no extra water added) rammed up around the post or postmix (follow directions on the bag).
The amount of each required will depend on the size and depth of the hole. Try to keep the hole diameter reasonably tight around the post; 200 to 250mm (8″ to 10″) is good. Generally, the hole should be a minimum of 600mm (2′) deep for any fence height. For fence heights over 1.5m, we recommend using a longer post and the hole depth is increased to a minimum of 750mm (2′ 6″).
1.5m (59"), 1.8m (71"), 2.1m (6'10"), 2.4m (7'10"), 2.7m (8'10"), 3m (9'10")
105mm x 90mm, 130mm x 123mm