A very neat & classy fencing system using consistent diameter posts and rails which are easily assembled and ideal for rural, semi-rural fencing and property entrances. No Bolts, nails or fasteners of any kind required. Custom made to order.
Precision Rounded Posts & Poles
Pine poles machined to a constant diameter, ranging from 80mm,100mm,125mm,150mm,175mm & 200mm. Available from 1.2m to 3.0m in length (other sizing available on request). For a more defined finished look, a precision rounded post will compliment any project.
Made from a Precision Rounded Post to give a consistent diameter and with a domed end, bollards are often used by councils and park authorities to prevent vehicle access to recreation areas. Other uses include entrance ways, playgrounds and even marine use.
Park & Rail Sets
Manufactured from a Precision Rounded Post and can have rebates either at the top or side of post. Can also be supplied with rounded bollard top. For the use in reserves, playgrounds, bordering off lawned areas and walkways. Available in 1.8, 2.1, 2.4 & 3m lengths with 125mm, 150mm single or double scallop.
Balustrade Railing available now.
Using a Landscaping Slab with two end scallop and small size bollard, a sturdy and defined product is produced which will enhance any project it is put to use for. Main uses are driveways, garden edging.
Round Yards & Arenas
New product...Constructed from machined uniformed diameter timber, and put together using a pre drilled dowel system, our Round Yards are strong and sturdy. Suitable for use in the Equine Industry, Farming Sector and Sales yards. Available in 15m, 18m & 20m diameter with 175mm x 2.4 post & 125mm x 2.4 Rail.
Equine Hitching Rail
Equine Hitching Rail available now.
STANDARD (CCA) products are treated to comply with the Australian standard H4 for preservation timber, which means they are suitable for in-ground use and non-structural applications. Please note, Eco Treatment and Creosote Treatment are other options available. Please advise which treatment type best suits your project/s.
Safe Handling and Disposal: Wear gloves while handling and a dust mask and goggles when cutting or sanding. Sawdust and debris should be cleaned up and disposed of after construction. Do not burn preserved wood. It may be disposed of in landfills or industrial incinerators. For more information visit www.osmose.com