What Makes Award-Winning NO THRU Revolutionary
It's a widely known fact that current temporary fences can be broken into in seconds. By using a spanner to loosen the clamp holding fence panels together, the clamp easily slides off, and the panel can be lifted out of its foot, creating an opening at any panel join. This major design problem means that current temporary fences are highly insecure.
NO THRU has completely re-invented temporary fencing. Its international patent pending fence panels interlock together as they are fitted. The only way to remove panels is to start at a gate opening and reverse the fitting process. Watch the 4-minute video for a complete overview, or watch the short explainer clips below to see how each part of the system works.
When the fence panel is moved into line with the adjoining panel, the fence panel is locked. This interlocking process is repeated until the whole length of the fence is complete.
No Thru's security comes by using an angled keyhole in the foot. The bottom of the fence panel has a key which slides into the angled keyhole.
A cross brace locks two fence panels in line, stopping the foot from being rotated. As a result, the NO THRU design is secure within itself. It does not rely on the foot being fastened to the ground to stop it from rotating.
NO THRU's concrete-filled feet are designed to be non-trip, minimising pedestrian hazards.
NO THRU's unique bracket allows up and down moment, to cope with undulating terrain, all the while keeping its incredible strength.
NO THRU is currently available in New South Wales, Australia. If you are interested in representing NO THRU either locally or internationally, get in touch via the details below.
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