Fi-Shock® Heavy-Duty Gate Handle
This extremely durable Fi-Shock® Heavy-Duty Gate Handle has an insulating grip that is soft and flexible with safety flanges for extra shock protection. A unique fastening plate ensures a secure wire connection. It will not break, crack or chip with abuse, and its steel components are plated to resist rust.
Gate Handles and Accessories
Q: What is the best way to install gate openings?
A: Here are 3 recommended options:
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Fi-Shock® Heavy-Duty Gate Handle - Specifications
- Heavy-duty gate handle
- Insulating grip is soft and flexible with safety flanges for extra shock protection
- Unique fastening plate ensures a secure wire connection
- Will not break, crack or chip with abuse
- Steel components are plated to resist rust
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- All About
A standard gate can be used without interfering with the electric fence by running an insulated cable underneath the ground to bring the current to the other side of the gate.
To prevent animals from rubbing or pushing through a standard gate, an electrified wire can be mounted on the gate itself. The use of a sturdy rubber gate handle is ideal for this purpose.
Expandable Gate Handles
Expandable gates are made up of a long spring and an insulated gate handle. The electric fence gate handle is disconnected from the post and then the gate is opened by pulling the spring gate back with the gate handle.
Spring gates expand and keep the electric fence gate taut. It is electrified when closed and neutral when open. Expandable gate handles should be used with these spring gates. They should be molded from tough, high quality plastic with shockproof thickness for safe handling protection.
Fi-Shock® FAQs on Electric Fence Systems
We have tried to compile a library of frequently asked questions and their respective answers under our Fi-Shock® FAQs section