- Elevate Your Chain Link Fence with Commercial Grade Colored Fence Pipe
- Medium Wall Thickness SF20 Provides the Right Combination of Strength & Economy
- Wide Variety of Sizes & Lengths to Meet Your Project's Requirements
- Swedged Full Length Sizes Make Top Rail Installation Easy
SF20 Color Coated Chain Link Pipe is a mid-thickness pipe that is great for residential and commercial use. The pipe is fully galvanized inside and out, and then has a polyester powder coat applied to it for color and additional rust protection. SF20 is available in black, brown, and green in a variety of lengths. Use SF20 for chain link posts, top rail, brace rails, and gate frames. The swedged full lengths make it easy to create a continuous top rail along the line of your fence, without requiring the use of sleeves.
When buying your fence posts, remember to add at least 2-1/2' to 3' to the length of your pipe.
|Tube Size (O.D)||1-5/8"||2"||2-1/2"||3"|
|Actual Size (O.D)||1-5/8"||1-7/8"||2-3/8"||2-7/8"|
|Available Heights||6' - 7.5', 21'||6' - 10.5', 24'||6.5' - 10.5', 21', 24'||9' , 10.5', 21'|
|Steel Gauge||14 ga.||13 ga.||13 ga.||12 ga.|
|Weight per Foot||1.64 lbs||1.90 lbs||2.74 lbs||3.62 lbs|
|Finish||Polyester Powder Coat||Polyester Powder Coat||Polyester Powder Coat||Polyester Powder Coat|
|Typical Use||Chain Link Posts, Top Rail, Gate Frames||Chain Link Posts, Top Rail||Chain Link Terminal Posts||Chain Link Terminal Posts|
*21' and 24' sections of pipe can be cut into shorter lengths upon request.
What is Swedged Chain Link Pipe?
Swedged pipe has one end that is tapered down to a diameter small enough to fit into the inside of another pipe of the same size. For example, the swedged end of a 1-3/8" pipe will fit into the standard end of a 1-3/8" pipe. This is usually done so that the pipes can be fit together continuously and seamlessly. In chain link fencing, swedged pipe is typically used for top rail, where the rail runs in one continuous line the length of the fence. For that reason, swedged rail is usually only sold in full lengths of pipe - 21' and 24' long. If your pipe is not swedged, then you would need a sleeve to join your two unswedged rails together.