When it comes to planning an electric fence, your wire selection matters. Considerations need to be made about the conditions your fence will be exposed to, the livestock the fence is being constructed for and the strength of your fence charger. ZarebaSystems.com offers aluminum wire, steel wire, high-tensile wire, insulated wire, polywire, polyrope, and polytape. Each of these wires has its own role, so find out what wire is best for you »
Aluminum fence wire carries a charge better than other fence wire types, conducting electricity four times better than steel wire. Zareba aluminum fence wire comes in an assortment of lengths and strengths (measured in gauges) to meet a range of animal control needs. Unlike un-galvanized steel wire, Zareba's aluminum wire will not rust and comes with a lifetime warranty. Due to its long-lasting durability, Zareba aluminum fence wire is an excellent option for permanent or perimeter fencing.
The most commonly-used wire, galvanized steel fence wire is a basic, economic wire which will last a fence's lifetime if cared for properly. Zareba steel wire's ability to be used with any type of charger provides user flexibility. When connected to like wire extensions, Zareba steel wire carries a charge for long distances, making it a suitable option for semi-permanent, permanent, and perimeter fencing systems to control a variety of animals.
High-tensile wire is a strong, durable, long-lasting, and affordable fencing option which works to control most livestock and exotics, as well as det