Corten Fence Attached to rails example

corten fence squares
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Corten Fence panel assembly example

  1. Fix bottom brackets to posts

  2. Fix top brackets to posts

  3. TEK screw panels to brackets

Fence panel sizes and prices

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First rails attached to fence

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Corten stainless steel brackets, attached to fence rail

Bottom row of stainless steel brackets fixed to bottom rail

First corten panel fixed to fence

Stainless steel TEK screw secures panels to brackets, Do not use zinc coated tech screws to avoid bimetallic corrosion, which occurs when dissimilar metals are in contact

Corten panels being secured to stainless steel brackets

Corten fence panels, 900 x 450mm, 600 x 450mm and 300 x 450mm

Corten fence ready for last preformed steel panel

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Last panel stainless steel brackets in position

Finished corten fence, panels are un-weathered

Fence panel sizes and prices

Corten panel bracket side profile, small pilot holes on sides

2100mm tall fence setout options

corten-fence at 5 months old

Corten panels at 12 weeks, starting to weather, and get the rust patina

corten vertical fence panels

Corten panels 2100 x 450mm attached to horizontal rails with stainless steel brackets

corten panels fixed vertically after weathering

corten panels 1200 x 600mm used for low fence

corten panels with fixing brackets

corten panels fixed with stainless steel brackets

corten fence 600mm tall

corten panels capped with 200 x 50mm timber