(CLF- TP0211) With this newly released 12-page report, security and fence professionals have the information and test data needed to specify and select security grade chain link fence systems based on the time required for forced entry penetration or its ability to protect people and property from vehicular impact. These testing results provide the data to make a well informed, logical decision.
(CLF-PM0610) This 32-page guidebook provides the user with the nationally-recognized standards of quality for chain link fence fabric and framework. References all applicable ASTM and federal standards.
Click Here to directly access the CLFMI GUIDE FOR SPECIFYING COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, AND SECURITY CHAIN LINK FENCE AND GATES ( Contract Section 32 31 13) part of the manual. (For the Word version of the Contract Section 32 31 13 contact CLFMI at firstname.lastname@example.org)
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(WLG2445) The 32-page guide for architects, specifiers, and engineers with information on the factors that influence the size and spacing of line posts. Includes 12 tables to help determine appropriate line post spacings in various wind load conditions.
(CLF-SFR0111) This guide provides the answers to questions about which chain link fencing systems to use for various levels of perimeter security. Includes references to applicable ASTM & Federal specifications and sample installation drawings.
more variety, more value and more durability to beautify and protect your home. Chain link fence can magically blend into the surrounding landscape or create a more stately image for your property and home using todayʼs new color and styles.
CLFMI recommends a chain link that meets the minimum standards for residential fencing established by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Chain link fencing that meets the ASTM standard is 55 percent stronger, yet only costs about 10 percent more than lower quality chain-link
To provide homeowners with quality fence systems capable of controlling pets and protecting children at an affordable cost, homeowner associations and regulators should consider one of these two regulations.