Galvanized Chain Link fencing

Chain link a significant product in our production. It is one of the most traditional and versatile form of wire fencing. It’s a fence whose fabric is made out of woven wire forming a diamond (rhombus to be precise) shaped mesh. In different colours, it blendswell with its surroundings.

Alpha Galvanized Chain Link Fencing can be used for farm fencing. Heavy galvanized Chain Link Fencing is widely demanded in various industries such as agriculture, aquaculture, construction, mining etc. A chain-link fence also referred to as wire netting, wire-mesh fence, chain-wire fence, or diamond-mesh fence is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized wire. Alpha farming engaged in Manufacturing and Supplying a galvanized Chain Link Fencing.

Galvanized Chain-link Fence for Industrial Use

An ideal choice to surround your perimeter, keeping vehicles, personnel and aerial platforms at bay. It is manufactured using high tensile wire and galvanized steel that is relatively strong and durable. This chain-link fencing blends well with its surroundings due to its dark colour finish.
Welded wire fabric chain link is constructed for lasting durability and strength. It’s a fence that installs quickly without the need for digging and allows groundwater to drain, reducing maintenance. In different colours, it blends well with its surroundings. It is made out of long-lasting galvanized steel wires and colours that can blend in with its surroundings. A fence like this, with its specific structure in terms of tubes and wires, can be cut to size and installed via several methods varying depending on the kind you choose. It is the perfect fence for pet owners since it’s very low maintenance.

The Alpha Galvanized Chain Link Fencing is made up of galvanized welding wires. These wires are strengthened by hot-dip galvanizing with zinc for more durability. The fencing is tautly stretched on 4ft or 6ft fence posts to ensure firmness and sturdiness. Alpha farming provides the Galvanized Chain Link Fencing in different unique designs, sizes, and specifications to meet the varying needs of clients.

The Heavy Galvanized Chain Link Fencing is one of the very few fencings that can be used in both rural and urban areas. It enhances privacy, while at the same time meeting a barrier that shields people from animals or vice versa. Alpha Farming is engaged in providing Heavy Galvanized Chain Link Fencing which is easy to install & dismantle.
A variety of wires and a variety of sizes are on the shelf in a chain link choice. Our range are from 1.6mm wires to 4mm wires and our sizes are from 3/4 x 3/4 inch to 4 x 4 inches respective to the wires.

Galvanized Chain Link Fencing Benefits & Advantages:

Chain Link Fencing is a great option for keeping your dog, children, and other pets safe at home. A chain-link fence has a lot of advantages over brick walls. Chain link fencing is very cheap, low in maintenance and it is highly functional compared to a brick wall. It is a useful solution for residential and commercial set-ups – and the low cost and the ease of installation make it an instant solution in most settings – whether you are using it as a privacy screen or for securing existing construction sites. Chain Link fences also have the added advantage of being used as partitions between levels in multi-story buildings.
Galvanized Partition


Many people are not completely aware of the advantages provided by the chain-link fence, which is why we will highlight them to you. The major advantage that a chain link fence provides is the fact that it is highly functional. They are often installed as partitions between public and private places, so they offer privacy without sacrificing utility.

Mesh Size:

The smaller the space between the parallel or diamond-shaped wires in the fencing fabric, the more steel the fence contains. Standard mesh sizes are 1" x 1" | 1½" x1 ½" | 2" x 2" | 2 ¼" x 2 ¼" | 2 ½" x 2 ½" | 2 ¾" ‘ x 2 ¾" | 3" x 3" Smaller mesh sizes are available but they are more suitable for fencing poultry farms. Get the right mesh size to make sure that your fence serves its purpose.

Thickness and Diameter:

The thickness is measured in terms of gauge or mm of the wire used. Mostly it ranges from 6gauge to 16guage, While 6guage being thickest wire and 16-gauge being the thinnest wire. In terms of mm thickness from 4.8mm to 1.6mm. While 4.8mm being thickest and 1.6mm being thinnest. Commonly we use wire having thickness of 4.00mm / 3.80mm 3.50mm / 3.10mm / 3.00mm / 2.90mm / 2.70mm / 2.60mm / 2.50mm / 2.40mm / 2.30mm / 2.00mm to 1.60mm
Height: We offer chain link fencing in the range from 2ft to 13 ft. Anyone can use a fence in whichever height he requires or prefers.
Length: Chain fencing is sold in 50ft or 15mtr Rolls. Longer rolls can be made as per specific requirement upto 100 ft or 30 mtrs.
Coating: There are 2 types of coating available.

A) Zinc Coating:

This ranges from 20gsm to 290gsm per Zinc coating is done by two methods. Electro Galvanized & Hot dipped Galvanized. We normally use Hot dipped Galvanized wire for chainlink fencing as this type of wire does not get rusted for long time. Electro Galvanized wire normally is not used for chainlink fencing.

B) PVC Coating:

This ranges from 1mm. to 3mm. This kind of coating is smooth in finish and it effectively protects the fence from Rusting. This is longer lasting. PVC chain link fences will cost 10 to 15 percent more than standard galv. chain fencing, but they last twice / thrice longer.

Galvanized Zinc Coated Vs PVC Coated wire fence

Chain link fences made from galvanized wire are tougher while PVC Coated chain link fences are much more resistant to rust and corrosion than Galvanized chain link fencing. PVC-coated fencing may cost a little extra but it is sure to last twice / thrice than naked galvanized fencing Green PVC coated chain fences make decent fencing solutions in residential settings. In choosing the best quality coated chain link fence, you have to look at three things: the thickness and strength of the wire, the size of the mesh, and the type of protective coating.


The line posts to which the fabric is attached are implanted into the ground at varying intervals from 6ft / 8ft / 10ft / 12ft., taking into consideration the height and length of the fence.