Industrial Aluminum Posts
Stainless steel, powder coated, self tapping, connection screws are automatically included with your fence panels and posts order. Insert your fence panel rails into our factory routed, punched, LINE, CORNER, END, T (3-WAY) and “punched” GATE Posts. Then “set” with screws. Blank Posts and mounts are used for stair stepping fence panels, angles and heavy racked panels or stairs. Post Charts available on bottom half of each post product page. Fedex / UPS will not ship any post 9 feet long or longer; therefore, any shopping cart with a post 9 feet long or longer will trigger an LTL Freight shipping fee in your shopping cart.
If you are purchasing Industrial fence panels or Industrial gates, only order POSTS from the Industrial Posts menu. Same with Residential and Commercial. This is done because there are limitations to which posts you can use for fence panels and which posts you can use for gates. If you mix these up, we’ll have to cancel and refund your order and your order will need to be resubmitted.
*Industrial Line Posts, End Posts, Corner Posts, T (3-Way) Posts, and “punched” Gate Posts are factory routed based upon your specific industrial fence panel and configuration. This design makes for a very easy, DIY fence installation. You simply insert the horizontal rails of your fence panels into the routed holes and then set each panel-to-post connection with stainless steel screws automatically included with your order. You do not need to purchase mounts for these posts. Line Posts, Corner Posts and T (3-Way) Posts can only be punched for 1 fence panel with 1 configuration. i.e. if you’re connecting multiple heights of fence panels, you’ll need to order Blank Posts and Mounts to connect them together. Posts can be easily trimmed, from the bottom, on-site if necessary. You can also make slight angles with our routed line, corner, end and t (3-way) posts. When you insert a panel into the routed post, you can turn the panel left or right about 8 – 10 degrees and then “set” your panel-to-post connection with the self tapping screws. Any angular connection that is more-than-slight, will require you to use Blank Posts and Horizontal Swivel Mounts.
Blank posts are not routed. These are used for transitions like angles, hard angles, stair stepping fence panels, connecting 2 different height panels to 1 post and for connecting heavy racked fence panels for steep slopes and stairs. Blank posts require you to purchase mounts which are not automatically included with your purchase. Blank Posts and Straight Mounts are used for stair stepping fence panels. Horizontal Swivel Mounts are used for making angles and hard angles. Vertical Swivel Mounts are used for connecting heavy racked panels for steep slopes or stairs. We also include 2 stainless steel screws with each mount purchase. For regular angles, let’s say up to 25 to 30 degrees you can use swivel mounts on 1 side of the post and straight mounts on the other side. However, for harder angles, especially 45 degree angles, you must order 2 sets of swivel mounts for each post. Example: you’re ordering our Style 4 fencing at 48 inches high (no puppy pickets). So, you have 3 horizontal rails in each panel. And, you need to make 1 angle at 45 degrees. In this scenario, you will order 1 Blank Post and 6 horizontal swivel mounts. For more information, see: Angles. Finally, mounts are metal and powder coated the exact same finish as your post(s) and are very easy to work with and install.
Straight, horizontal and vertical mounts can be purchased without posts to connect our fence panels to your own, existing structure(s): house, building, wall, column, or wood post. However, you will need to purchase your own anchor screws, locally, based upon the type of material you’re mounting to. This is very common for applications where you have fencing going between decorative columns. It’s also common to use mounts to connect one end of a fence panel to your house / building, in lieu of using an end post. You can use an End Post; however, some homes / buildings have a footer which makes it difficult to install a post next to the structure.
Steel Posts are never routed. Therefore, if you plan to connect any fence panel to our steel posts, you must order straight, horizontal or vertical swivel mounts. You will also need to purchase stronger anchor screws, locally, to connect mounts to the steel post(s).