Black Angle Posts for Chainlink

Black Painted Angle Iron Posts

Black Angle Iron posts are a comparatively easy way to support Chain Link.

Also available Painted Green or in a Galvanised finish.  contact us for pricing information.

  • Inters are holed for the line wires & are pointed for banging in.
    Splayed bottoms for concreting in are available. contact us for pricing information.
  • Ends and Corners come complete with bracing Struts, lacer bars for the chain link & fittings for tensioning the line wires. Posts & struts have splayed bottoms. They are normally concreted in.
  • Two-ways have bracing struts and fittings the same as Ends or Corners but are normally fitted every 50 to 75 metres to provide stability and tensioning in long straight runs.
  • Angle Iron Gates are available and can be covered with Chain Link to match the fencing. Angle hanging & shutting gate posts are used to fit the gate into the run in the desired position.  contact us to discuss the size required & for pricing information.
  • Angle Posts etc are also available for higher chainlink fences eg. tennis courts.  contact us to discuss fence height required & for pricing information.

Specifications & price

Chain link height: 0.90m (3'0")
Post length:1.5m (5'0")
Type:
  • Inter Post £11.39
  • End Post £42.44
  • Corner Post £68.60
  • Two-way Post £68.60
Chain link height: 1.20m (4'0")
Post length: 1.8m (6'0")
Type:
  • Inter Post £13.04
  • End Post £52.94
  • Corner Post £83.18
  • Two-way Post £83.18
Chain link height: 1.50m (5'0")
Post length: 2.1m (7'0")
Type:
  • Inter Post £15.17
  • End Post £58.06
  • Corner Post £90.71
  • Two-way Post £90.71
Chain link height: 1.80m (6'0")
Post length: 2.4m (8'0")
Type:
  • Inter Post £16.36
  • End Post £61.70
  • Corner Post £96.62
  • Two-way Post £96.62

To order, check stock or arrange delivery, please contact us.

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