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Which Wire Coating Last the Longest?
Selecting a wire with the proper coating is essential to protecting your fence from harsh environmental elements including humidity, sand, soil chemicals, fertilizer, salt, pollution and acid rain.
Commercial wire has no standard minimum coating and is not recognized by ASTM. The galvanization will last approximately three months to a year before signs of rust begin to appear.
Class 1 galvanization is the most economical protective coating used on standard fence wire. It is considered a basic coating and will last two to 11 years in non-coastal climates.
Class 3 galvanization is the standard on all products including Cattleman, Gaucho, Solidlock and King Ranch. It is approximately 2.5 times thicker than the standard Class 1 coating and can be expected to last 13 to 30 years before rust. All Class 3 Products meet or exceed ASTM A-121 standards.
Zinc Aluminum (ZA) is a technology developed and produced exclusively by Bekaert. This coating lasts three times longer than Class 1.
The 50-Year Fence is galvanized by a state-of-the-art, advanced coating technology. This Zinc Aluminum hybrid base coat extends the life of StaTite50 more than twice the life of Class 3 galvanized wire and seven times longer than Class 1.
What is the difference between high tensile and low carbon wire?
Agriculturalfencing is made of either low carbon or high tensile wire and it is our job to make sure you know the difference between the two before you select fence for your next project, as it can help you save time and money on labor and materials.
SASCO highly recommends using high tensile wire products. The result will be a stronger, longer lasting and cost effective alternative to low carbon wire.
High tensile fencing is made from high carbon steel with a carbon content of .28%. High carbon wire will stretch 4% before breaking and will not sag as much as low carbon wire. If installed properly, high carbon wire provides a maintenance free fence requiring no additional re-stretching. Because high tensile fence has a higher breaking strength, your project will require fewer posts spaced at greater distances, again helping you save money.
Traditional fencing is made of low carbon steel with a maximum carbon content of .10 percent. Low carbon wire is easy to work with and fairly forgiving as it will stretch 11 to 14 percent before breaking. It is, however, prone to sagging, stretching and elongation over time.