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ZIN BARBED WIRE is a traditional type twist barbed wire produced by automated machinery using galvanised core wire or PVC (polyvinyl chloride) coated wire to fabric the stable barbed wire. It is used to construct inexpensive fences and is used atop walls surrounding secured property.

A person or animal trying to pass through or over barbed wire will suffer discomfort and possibly injury.



Barbed wire specification always described by wire gauge. Normally we use wire gauge to describe the wire thickness of the core wire and barb wire, make the inch unit to describe the barb spacing.

Barbed wire composed of two wires twisted together.




Wear Safety Goggles & Heavy Clothing

Thick gloves will help protect your hands from scratches if you inadvertently grab a barbed part of the wire, while thick clothes including a jacket to protect your arms are another musthave. Safety goggles are also important in order to protect your eyes.

Use The Right Tools

The safest way to remove barbed-wire fencing is to cut the wires into short, manageable pieces that can be easily carried away; this is a much better approach than trying to simply remove the wire from the posts, which results in long strands of wire that are nearly impossible to safely maneuver.

Find A Helper

Taking down barbed-wire fences isn’t a oneperson job having a helper will make things safer and much simpler. Barbed wire is very springy and can move in unpredictable ways, so when cutting the wires, you’ll want to have your companion hold the wire on either side of the cutting point to prevent the wires from springing toward you.

Watch Out For A Buried Barbed-Wire Fence

Before you start removing the wires, examine the posts to see how many wires are attached, and make sure that they’re all present and accounted for above the ground. If you do encounter buried wires, cut them into pieces as you carefully unbury them.

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