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Steel & Fence SupplyWe are a family business that has served the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area for over 25 years; we know our stuff when it comes to metal & fencing. We welcome everyone and all project types, no job is too small. Stop by or call us today!
Chain Link Fence How-To: Shorten & Length Rolls (removing needles)
Chain link fence fabric often needs to be extended or shortened. It is rare that the 50' of fabric is a used as a perfect fit. In this helpful video we give a visual example of how we shorten and lengthen chain link wire mesh rolls. Note, the same method can be used when the fencing is being stretched vertically in a line of fencing. Of course, there are always specific scenarios and variables that can effect the ease of applying this technique. One example of a difficult scenario where this method may need additional assistance is when mounting on a biase, angle, or side of a mountain.
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Chain Link Fence WeaverA quick glance at how chain link fence fabric is woven together and palletized in rolls. The sound of wire strand being pulled and formed through the worms and fingers of the weaver is music to the ears of every Weaver, Weaver Assistant, and Technician.
Welding Galvanized Steel Plate To Galv. Pipe*SAFETY GEAR MUST BE USED WHEN WELDING* - DO NOT BREATH FUMES!!** In this video the welder is welding respirator and a welder's fume extractor (*Welder's right hand side out of frame*) Welding galvanized flange plates to round galvanized pipe - NO PREP! Working with galvanized - zinc coated materials is always tricky to do. We've found that increasing the heat and feed rate are the trick to quickly burn through galv and create a solid weld, one that fuses the all compounds together.