Zareba® Chain Link Electric Fence Insulators
This yellow chain link insulator extends wire 4 inches from fence without losing energy.
The Zareba® Yellow Chain Link Insulator has heavy-duty brackets that clamp to a chain link fence.
- Easy attachment to your chain-link fence
- Use with polywire, polyrope or steel and aluminum wire
- UV-protected plastic
- 10 yellow insulators per package
Zareba® is the largest manufacturer of electric fence systems offering durable, reliable electric fence products for all of your animal fencing needs.
Zareba® Chain Link Electric Fence Insulators - Specifications
- Extends the wire 4 inches from the chain link fence
- Heavy-duty brackets that clamp to a chain link fence
- Color: Yellow
- Packed 10 per bag
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateCold use more pins and holes punched in straight
The holes were a problem as they were not straight also why not send cutter pins for all holes? Haven't put on chain link yet this is a process as I'm older female but I'm taking it one step at a time at least they are now together
Review Rategood price
Works very well for chain link fence. Have used for many years. bought 20 to replace normal wear due to harsh weather in Ohio.
Review RateGood product
Have had this product installed so long about 3 in 50 have rusted along with the chain link fence over 14 yea. I recommend this for chain link. Going to purchase more of them. I just want to keep the coyotes out, not give them loc jaw with the 3 rusty ones.
Review RateGood product
I disagree with previous critical comment, like most chores, best practices improve results. The cotter pins have to be bent after the arms have been compressed as much as possible, to squeeze the chain link as much as possible, and then, obviously the cotter pin should be located to provide as much leverage as possible; then, pull the cotter pin toward you with a pair of pliers, and only then bend one arm of the pin, or both if you want to squeeze even tighter. I will eventually put a second cotter pin in the second set of holes. The insulator screw attachment goes in straight if you're careful. I'm round post/square post adapter on the posts, and one of these chain link attachments in the middle of each section of fence, about every ten feet.