Crowd control fencing offers an affordable yet durable solution for nearly any venue. The fencing is manufactured from high-quality 16 gauge carbon steel and then sealed with a hot-dipped galvanized bath. The steel and finish provide a sturdy fence that is weather resistant. Vertical steel bars provide additional strength and support. The male hooks that connect the fencing are double welded to ensure maximum strength. The outside tubular frame features saddle-cut welds for excellent fit and improved strength properties.
Different fence layouts require different bases. We offer two different bases to ensure the right base for the right event.
Flat – The flat base foot option is a perfect option for directing people to the proper location. Designed to run parallel with the traffic the flat base is less of a tripping hazard and can also be ran over by vehicles and hand carts. 2 base feet per 8 foot section.
Arch – The arch base is ideal for crowd control where the crowd will be pushing against the fence. This bridge-style base provides maximum stability and is great option for outdoor settings where the fence might be set on grass or uneven surfaces. Granite uses one wide arch and one narrow arch per fence. This allows for overlapping and quicker fence setup. 1 wide arch and 1 narrow arch per 8 foot section.
16 Gauge Steel Construction – The fencing and the base are both made from top quality 16 gauge carbon steel. This provides excellent strength while not adding unnecessary weight.
Bolt-on Versatile Bases – The bases bolt on for easy installation and tear down. If a base gets bent or damaged it can be replaced without replacing the entire fence. Granite also offers the bases as a separate purchase if there is a different application that requires a different base.
Double Welded Male Hooks – The hooks that hold different sections of fencing together are double welded for additional strength. They are welded on both sides of the frame. This provides reinforcement at the pivot points of the fence.
Saddle-Cut Frames – One of the best ways to join two tubular sections of metal is a saddle-cut weld. This provides a much stronger fusion than a simple straight cut spot weld.
Hot-dip galvanizing – The galvanizing process adds an additional layer of protection to the steel. The process helps protect the steel from rust and other weathering elements. The entire fence is dipped in the bath providing complete protection.