Products: Additional Insulators
Suitable for all common types of conducting materials.
With two additional insulating ridges, top quality!
Adviser: Replacement insulators
Install an electric fence if you wish to play it safe, as this will ensure greater reliability and security than a standard fence which is not electrified. If you decide to make use of electricity to achieve optimum safety, you must pay attention to every detail. Only once all the components are in the right place, compatible with each other and working smoothly, can you fully rely on your electric fence. This explains why certain fence owners opt for supplementary insulators for their electric fences.
Electric fence insulators and their role
Their very name makes it clear why insulators are such an important part of electric fences: Their role is to provide insulation. Without electric fence insulators, a certain amount of electricity would be wasted. There would also be a definite risk of coming into contact with conductive parts, for example, when going through the gate to access your animals. However, this is not the only reason why line insulators and corner insulators are used. They are also used for attaching conductors to fence posts. You should use insulators suitable for the type of conducting material. Tape insulators are suitable for electric fence tape. For rope, polywire and wire, other versions with rings or slots are available. Supplementary insulators for electric fences can be used on parts of fence systems which are subject to high loads or which need to be upgraded over time. When deciding which insulators to buy, look for high-quality components which have a long service life.
High-performance, reliable electric fence supplementary insulators available from our online shop
If you are looking for high-quality supplementary insulators for your electric fence, we recommend screw-in insulators featuring over-twist protection. These easy-to-mount insulators are made of UV-resistant plastic which is also able to withstand current discharge. Practical double insulators with a plastic nut guarantee a slip-free hold. Simply attach the double insulators on the side and turn to fix in place. Alternatively, we recommend supplementary insulators with a metal bracket and screw, or splint insulators which have a longer insulation area. It is important that the supplementary insulator matches the type of conductor and fence post.