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Construction Hoarding FenceSafe Hoard

FenceSafe Hoard

The next generation in Hoarding Construction

Designed using a robust composite recycled plastic profile, this next generation hoarding construction system allows manual handling of all parts (except concrete blocks) and can be either dug in or surface mounted for a foundation free installation.

Construction Hoarding FenceSafe Hoard
Construction Hoarding FenceSafe Hoard
Construction Hoarding FenceSafe Hoard

FenceSafe Hoard is the next generation in sustainable and secure hoarding construction. Manufactured from a highly durable composite recycled plastic sectional profile measuring 500mm across by 35mm in depth.

Each board is connected with tongue and grove click fix for easy assemble that slot into engineered steel rails and channels. The posts which can be either surface mounted on to concrete blocks or dug in are 80 x 60 flanged rolled sections at 2.5m centres.

Conforming to both BS EN 1991 for wind loading and ‘A guide to good practice – TWf2012: 01 (revised 2014)’ the operational safe temperatures for FenceSafe Hoard are -5 to <+79oC. All components are within Manual Handling Regulations (except concrete blocks).

On Dug in systems, Fencing from CLD Fencing Systems range of High Security can be installed after the Hoarding is removed on existing posts.

Temporary Gates and Turnstiles are available to match FenceSafe Hoard.

Construction Hoarding FenceSafe Hoard
Composite Recycled Plastic Profiles
Dug In or Foundation Free Surface Mounted
Operation Temperatures of -5 to <+79oC
Conforms to TWf2001 and BS EN 1991


Available supplied in the following RAL Colours; RAL 7040 Window Gray, or with full custom vinyl graphics before or after install. Other profile colours are available.


Heights: 2.4, 3.0m and Bespoke
Profile Width: 500mm
Profile Depth: 35mm
Maximum Post Centres: 2.520m
Posts: 80 x 60mm Flanged Rolled Section
Materials: Core Composite Recycled Plastic Profiles with Steel Engineered Posts and Rails
Gradients: 1 in 7 as standard. Greater gradients can be achieved via modification of profiles and post centres.