Top-Locking SlatsLearn about our top-locking privacy fence slats
Top-Locking double-wall slats provide strength and durability plus they are an attractive solution to fencing.
Top-Locking Slats feature a new patent-pending, self-locking system located near the top of the fence that ensures a clean, straight edge along the top of the fence. They are easy to install and provide privacy, durability, and beauty to any chain link fence.
General Features and Specifications:
Design – Top-locking slats are flat and tubular in shape, with circular, notched holes located near the top of the slat.
Installation – Simply insert the slats vertically from top to bottom, keeping the locking holes on top. Then thread the flexible locking channel horizontally through the notched holes in the slats. These holes are elliptical in shape to ensure they always stay open for fast and easy threading.
Standard Heights – 4 ft., 5 ft., 6 ft., 7 ft., 8 ft., 10 ft., and 12 ft. (Special heights available upon request)
Slat Length – 2” shorter than the overall height of the fence
Flexible, Top-Locking Channel – Also available on a continuous 200-foot reel for larger jobs
Wind Load and Privacy Factor – Approximately 75% (Based on wire/mesh used-stretch tension)
These color swatches are only approximations. Please refer to actual color samples for final matching.
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"We proposed using Noodle Link on a large job for a major company, which was approved. The company has two locations. We were awarded one location. The other location was awarded to another fence company that put up chain link only and hand inserted the slats afterward. We both started at the same time. We finished more than two weeks earlier than the company that hand inserted the slats..."
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