2200 mm × 1250 mm Construction Barriers

Construction barriers, temporary perimeter protection barriers, have strongest and robustest steel pipe outer frames and highly visible orange PVC coated chain link mesh fabric. They are widely used in construction sites, civil and infrastructures for crowd control, dangerous warning and event management.

A drawing of construction barriers of 2200 mm × 1250 mm.

PCB-01: 2200 mm × 1250 mm Construction barriers.

All our construction barriers are constructed according to Australia & New Zealand standards:

  • AS 1725-2010 – Chain Link Fabric Security Fences and Gates.
  • AS 2423-2002 – Coated Steel Wire Fencing Products for Terrestrial, Aquatic and General Use.
  • AS 54687-2007 – Temporary Fencing and Hoarding.

Popular construction barriers in 1250 mm height and 2200 mm length is widely accepted and used in Australia and New Zealand markets. Extra long barrier is much more economical for large area protection and dangerous site enclosure than other specifications.

System components

Detailed specifications

Panel specification
Panel size 2200 mm (L) × 1250 mm (H)
Outer frame 32 mm OD × 2.0 mm wall thickness (42 microns zinc coating)
Chain link mesh infills 2.5 mm × 50 mm × 50 mm (highly visible orange PVC coated)
Surface treatment Pre-galvanised → welding → galvanised spraying
Steel Flat Feet Specification
Feet size 750 mm (L) × 100 mm (W) × 8.0 mm (T)
Surface treatment Hot dipped galvanised

Construction barrier panels

  • 32 mm steel pipe outer frame supplies strongest protection for industrial use.
  • 42 microns standard zinc coating can accommodate to Australia and New Zealand harsh climates.
  • Orange PVC coated chain link mesh fabric supplies highly visible for danger reminder and event management.
  • Galvanised finish for outer frame and PVC coated finish for chain link fabric supply excellent corrosion and rust resistance performance for the most durable and longest lifespan.
  • Comply with Australia standards. We have developed more and more specifications and types construction barriers to suit Australia & New Zealand markets.
  • Pre-galvanised before welding and then galvanized spraying production is economical than hot-dipped galvanised finish.
  • Light weight and flexible structure make installation easy and fast. It can supply efficient site protection.
  • Interlocking system for easy installation and firm connection.
A detail of half-loop on construction barriers.

PCB-02: Full welding half-loop for optimum strength.

A detail of hook on construction barrier.

PCB-03: Hook system is easy and simple for fast installation.

A detail of flat steel plate feet on construction barrier.

PCB-04: Flat feet can prevent tripping hazards.

Several orange chain link fence rolls stacking in the yard.

PCB-05: High visible chain link mesh for safe protection.

Several pieces of construction barriers stacking and we can see the flattened frame.

PCB-06: Flattened frame pipe for easy stacking and transportation.

A worker is wrapping the chain link mesh onto frame with steel wires.

PCB-07: Hand wrapping system for stable structure.

Steel Flat Feet

The construction barriers adopts steel flat T feet:

  • Prevent tripping hazards.
  • Removable structure for easy storing, transporting & stacking.
  • Hot dipped galvanised for long lifespan and durability.
  • Bolt-down design is available.


  • Construction sites.
  • Demolition sites.
  • Excavation barriers.
  • Housing constructions.
  • Repair & Renovation areas.
  • Road projects.
  • Sports events.
  • Festivals.
  • Exhibitions.
  • School/kindergarten sites.
  • Swimming pools.
  • Animal barriers.
Several construction barriers are standing on the road and several vehicles on the road.

PCB-08: Construction barriers for traffic control.

Four pieces of construction barriers are surrounding a site under construction.

PCB-09: Construction barriers for construction site enclosure.