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from $60.00ea

Semi Frameless Post Dimensions

All posts used in semi frameless glass pool fencing are 50mm in diameter and 1800mm in length, there are also half posts at 1400mm length.  We offer a variety of round and square posts engineered to several configuratons including 2 way join posts, 1 way terminating posts, half posts for wall connections, 90 degree corner posts and 135 degree 2 way posts.

Long Lasting & Standards Compliant

Furthermore, Semi Frameless posts come powder coated adding to the rust resistance and class of your pool fence setup.  All posts are structural grade 6005-T6 alloy & tempered and Australian standards compliant.

Modern, Minimalistic

Semiframeless glass pool fencing is our most popular product.  While other colours are available, we recommend pearl silver posts which suit glass pool fencing as they suit the tone of the glass.

All Inclusive

Once you have determined the lengths you need, you'll be happy to know there are no hidden costs, our posts come with dress rings, post caps and the necessary protective packing inserts.

DIY Tip: Use Less Posts, Save Money

When measuring your glass pool fence perimeter, be sure to do so as accurately as possible while keeping in mind the position of posts.

Where possible, semiframeless glass panels should be of equal width and posts equally spaced apart, to achieve optimum aesthetic appearance,

To save as much money as possible on posts and glass panels, you'll want to use the longest glass panel available (1850mm).

A handy tip is to calculate the total length in meters of a straight perimeter and divide by 1850mm.  If you don't get close to a whole number, divive by the next length down.

For example, let's say we have a straight perimeter length of 6550mm.

If we divide this by 1850mm we get 3.5 panels.  We drop the numerator down to 1600mm which gives us the closest whole number, 4.

6550mm / 1850mm = 3.5 panels

6550mm / 1600mm = 4 panels

 You can see a list of all our glass panel lengths here.

 

B.G.P.F. engineered posts...

built for straight fences

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