Customers have also commented that the self-contained pallets which hold 28 panels have proven to be very labor-friendly, because of the ease of transporting and unloading the pallets to and from a site.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) August 7, 2008
A new type of high-end temporary fencing - emphasizing clean, colorful appearance and ease of set up - is the latest addition to the Tamis Corporation's extensive product line of crowd management and security products. Perimeter Patrol temporary fencing, portable 6-foot high panels which have gained acceptance as an alternative to chain-link fencing, is featured on Tamis' newly-launched website WeldedWirePanels.com.
"Because of their attractive appearance and durability, these fencing panels are ideal for events or construction sites which wish to convey an upscale look," says Murray Bilby, President of The Tamis Corporation. "Customers have also commented that the self-contained pallets which hold 28 panels have proven to be very labor-friendly, because of the ease of transporting and unloading the pallets to and from a site."
Photographs and animation on the new WeldedWirePanels.com website show how one person can easily unload the 37-pound welded wire mesh panels from a truck and quickly create a fenced-in area or fence line.
Perimeter Patrol's open 2-inch by 4-inch welded wire mesh results in a less-intimidating look than chain-link fence, and its no-edge square mesh is much easier on the hands of anyone loading or moving the fence panel. Facilities or contractors also benefit from the visually appealing image conveyed by Perimeter Patrol's multiple color options (as opposed to chain-link's silver).
WeldedWirePanels.com includes complete descriptions of all fencing panels and related components, pricing information, and dozens of color photographs of the fencing in use. In addition to information on individual fencing panels and full-pallet packages, the website also provides visitors with information on "starter packages," via which new customers can experiment with the fencing in smaller areas.
The story of how Perimeter Patrol fencing is currently being used at XtremBol events is also featured on the site. XtremBol, a youth-oriented street soccer sport, creates its playing areas by setting up Perimeter Patrol fencing around outdoor hard surfaces such as basketball courts or parking lots.
Temporary fencing complements The Tamis' Corporation's wide range of crowd control, traffic safety and event management products, including steel crowd control barricades, traffic cones and barricades, industrial gates, and line management systems. For more information about Tamis, established in 1983, visit Tamiscorp.com.