Expanded Metal Fence Panel Systems manufactured by Gregory Fence are designed for new high-security installations. They are the industrial solution for high traffic areas that require maximum security. The panel is installed on Gregory C-Post fencing framework for added strength and using heavy duty fittings can significantly increase the physical security and deter access to areas that may have been vulnerable in the past.

Expanded metal fences create a formidable physical barrier that when used in conjunction with access control options and other security tools can help fortify even the most critical facilities.

There is no other wire mesh fence panel that offers this high of security. The following features are not add-on options or upgrades. They are inherent in the material and they are what makes Gregory Fence's Expanded Metal Fence Panel Systems the only reasonable choice when security is critical.

Expanded MetalExtreme Strength Deters Attack

Simply hold a piece of chain link fencing in one hand and expanded metal in the other. There is no comparison. Expanded metal fence will not bend. It is rigid and solid with no welds that will weaken or twists that can come undone.

Anti-Cut Denies Access

Take a pair of bolt cutters to chain link fence wire, then try the same with expanded metal. The chain link fencing will cut easily and then begin to unravel. It is likely the bolt cutters will not even grab enough metal to get through the panel.

Gregory Fence Expanded Metal Fence Panel SystemAnti-Climb Delays Intruders

The smaller mesh, or opening size of the diamonds, the more difficult a fence is to climb. Most standard chain link fence wire measures approximately 2" across. Compare that with a 1/2" or 3/4" measurement on expanded metal. There is no way to get a toehold for climbing or even a strong finger hold.

Complete the Expanded Metal Fence Panel Systems with Super-C Framework

Gregory Fence's Super-C framework, as specified by ASTM F1043, provides greater strength than Sch. 40 pipe. It is coated with a minimum of 2 oz. of zinc per square foot (the heaviest coating on the market) which provides greater corrosion protection than any tubular pipe. All at a lower cost!