Tornado High Tensile Woven Field Fence with a choice of knot styles[ultimate_spacer height=”22″]
Tornado Wire’s High Tensile Woven Wire Field Fence has been the choice for the best agricultural contractors for more than 40 years.
Decades of understanding and first-hand expertise has gone into the design and manufacture of our woven wire fencing, and the results are clear to see.
High tensile field fencing can be used to divide fields and separate livestock such as cattle, sheep & goats, or as a protective barrier between fields and roads, railway lines or footpaths.
Tornado’s range of woven wire fencing for securing livestock has been engineered to offer maximum strength, security and longevity to protect your valuable livestock, whilst offering exceptional value with minimal lifetime costs.
The durability and quality of Tornado high tensile wire field fence is widely recognised by farmers as well as professional fencing contractors; whether it is used a sheep fence, a lamb fence, a cattle fence or a hog fence, a Tornado field fence offers the peace of mind that you deserve.
Classic Hinged Joint
Hinged joint knots are the classic way of making woven wire net fence. Individual vertical wires are wrapped around each of the horizontal wires. This technique is a cost effective way of manufacture and leads to a flexible fence, particularly suitable where there are many turns and curves in the fence line
Torus Stiff Stay
Field fence made with the unobtrusive high pressure bonded Torus knot features solid vertical wires (stiff stay) for a more rigid fence than the classic hinged joint. For long straight runs this rigidity means the fence is easier to handle and install. The smooth knot has no sharp edges to cause injury to livestock
Titan Fixed Knot
The Titan fixed knot is the strongest of the three knots. It is formed in the same way as the Torus knot with a single vertical wire being attached to the horizontal wire with a substantial wrapped knot. This leads to a stiff secure fence that can withstand the pressure of the heaviest and most determined of livestock.