Timeless Fence System offers versatility

that other fencing products lack...

UV Protective Coating

Pre-drilled

    holes every

       3 inches

Rigid PVC Core made from 100% Recycled Materials

Made from Recycled Materials: Timeless Fence Posts is an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to traditional steel t-posts and wood posts widely used in construction, farming, landscaping, and erosion control.

 

Self Insulating: Ideal for installing electric wire - no insulators needed. High-Tensile wire and electric braid can be threaded directly through the post for an extremely strong, virtually maintenance-free fence.

 

Easy to Install: Farmers and ranchers across the U.S.A. and around the world are finding that Timeless Fencing is easy to install. Posts are pre-drilled every three inches to greatly reduce cost and installation time.

 

Strong Yet Flexible: Timeless Fence posts absorb impact and bounce back, making it all but impossible to break under normal use. Robust design withstands harsh weather and is strong enough to hold barbed wire and woven wire. NEVER Rusts or Rots: Replace wood and steel  posts once with the Timeless Fence System and use your extra time on productive tasks - not fence repair.

 

Lasting Beauty: You’ll be proud to see this good looking fence along your property. The satin-like finish on these posts maintains its new look for many years.

 

Guaranteed: Timeless Fencing posts come with a lifetime limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship and a 20 year guarantee on white UV coating. The actual life expectancy of this product is greater than five times the guaranteed life.

 

Versatility: Many farmers who raise cattle choose barbed wire simply because "old fashioned" electric fencing on steel posts is easily shorted out. Made from non-conducting PVC plastic, (with no breakable insulators needed) Timeless Fencing makes frustrating charging problems a thing of the past. But if you simply would rather use barbed wire, these posts are an excellent choice.

Fencing Information Did you know... Fences are used for many different reasons and in many different types of soil. When choosing a fence keep these points in mind. 1) Post Spacing: White Timeless Fence posts spaced 16 feet apart make an eye-catching fence along roadways, driveways, and other areas where the “look” is important. If the fence is more utilitarian and cost is a factor, consider using high-tensile electric wire with spacing between posts 50 feet apart (or more) with droppers (also known as droppers or stays) used between posts. Droppers are not set into the ground but are threaded onto the wires to maintain wire spacing and can dramatically reduce the cost of line fencing without affecting the integrity of the fence. Since these Droppers aren't driven into the ground, and instead float above it, they make trimming the fence line a breeze. 2) Depth: With the exception of corner posts and “boss” posts (used for sharp turns and major changes in terrain), fence posts do not need to be set as deeply in the ground as you may think. This is particularly true for Timeless Fencing since these flexible posts are not as prone to work loose in the ground over time. Depth of installation for line fencing varies depending upon the length of the post. 3) Temporary or Permanent: Timeless Fence posts are an excellent choice for permanent fencing since they will look just as good 20 years from now as they do today. But sometimes fences are meant to be moved - especially of you are using rotational or mob grazing techniques. Our Step-In post - made from the same non-conductive material as our permanent posts, simply can’t be beat. 4) Strength: Americans have a tendency to associate strength with bulk - the heavier an item, the stronger it must be. But, just as technology has proven that smaller electronics can work many times better than larger ones, Timeless Fencing is proving that the actual strength of fencing is in the system - not in the wood, metal, or even plastic. Electric fencing is intended to train livestock to stay away from the fence through non-harmful shocks - a lesson that is quickly learned if the fence is properly constructed. If the shock is too mild, or the current is shorted out, the animal will ignore the wire and the fence must be able to hold the animals through shear strength alone. With non-conductive recycled PVC posts, the likelihood of shorts in the current from pasture conditions is greatly reduced - almost non-existent. Our systems have been tested to ensure a consistent, powerful but safe and humane current that contains livestock with minimal physical fencing. Less fencing, lower cost, less maintenance.

Effects of Fire on PVC

Grass fires are fast and, for the most part, do not burn as hot as wood fires. Research shows (see below) that average surface temperatures of grass fires range between 215° F and 730° F.

The flash point for PVC is 735° F.

Once the flame is taken away from PVC, it will immediately self-extinguish. Depending on the duration of the contact, the result is a charred surface.

Thermodynamic Structure of a Grass Fire Plume

Craig B. Clements, Dept. of Meteorology, San Jose´ State University - San Jose´, CA

Height (in AGL)

Temp. C

Time in 30 Second Increments

Time–height plot of plume temperature measured at 1 Hz. The dashed line indicates the time of the fire-front passage (AGL, above ground level).

 

 

 

From:

Fire Temperature Dynamics in Grass-

lands of the Eastern Great Plains

 

Mary Lata and Frank Weirich

Dept. of Geology

University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

 

Wright and Baily (1982:9-11) discussed maximum temperatures in various grass fires and speculated that the highest temperatures are associated with “...local accumulations of loosely arranged litter and intense winds...” The maximum surface temperature was 682° C (1259° F).

Average surface temperatures for grass-fires was between 102° C and 388 C (215° F and 730° F).

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