- Protect Posts from Water & Insects with Heavy-Duty Pressed Steel Post Caps
- Galvanized Steel Caps, Dipped & Coated in Heavy PVC Vinyl Coating
- Superior Scratch and Abrasion Resistance vs. Powder Coated Fittings
- Long Lasting Color Performance
- Easy Install - Fits Snugly Over Posts
Heavy-Mil Vinyl Coated Chain Link Dome Caps are a premium product that offer enhanced scratch resistance, rust protection, and longer lasting color than powder coated fittings. They feature a 10-14 millimeter PVC vinyl coating on top of the galvanized pressed steel cap. Heavy-Mil vinyl fittings are typically used in commercial and industrial chain link fence projects, but they can also be used on residential projects where durability and long term color performance are top priorities.
These dome shaped post caps are available in black, brown, or green. Use post caps to protect your fence posts from moisture and insects.
There is a minimum order quantity of 10 for each of our heavy-mil vinyl coated fittings. All heavy-mil fittings are coated to order and are not returnable.
|Dome Post Cap Size
|Actual Post Size (O.D.)||1-5/8"||1-7/8"||2-3/8"||2-7/8"||4"||6-5/8"|
|Weight||.5 lbs||.6 lbs||.85 lbs||1.2 lbs||2 lbs||3 lbs|
|Material||Galvanized Pressed Steel||Galvanized Pressed Steel||Galvanized Pressed Steel||Galvanized Pressed Steel||Galvanized Pressed Steel||Galvanized Pressed Steel|
|Finish||Heavy Mil PVC Vinyl - Black, Brown, Green||Heavy Mil PVC Vinyl - Black, Brown, Green||Heavy Mil PVC Vinyl - Black, Brown, Green||Heavy Mil PVC Vinyl - Black, Brown, Green||Heavy Mil PVC Vinyl - Black, Brown, Green||Heavy Mil PVC Vinyl - Black, Brown, Green|
|Hardware||None Required||None Required||None Required||None Required||None Required||None Required|
|Typical Usage||Residential Chain Link Posts||Residential / Commercial Chain Link Posts||Residential / Commercial Chain Link Posts||Commercial Chain Link Posts||Commercial Chain Link Posts||Large Commercial Gate Posts|
Place Color Coated Steel Dome Cap over top of your chain link post and tap it down with a hammer or mallet until tight.
Keep in mind that fencing manufacturers vary, and colors may not match your fence exactly.