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Fencing for Parks

Zaun has a wide range of fencing solutions for public parks. Ranges include metal railings and mesh fencing for the perimeter to demarcate the park.

Sports fencing for designated Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGAS) or football pitches, tennis courts, basketball courts or skate parks.

ROSPA compliant playground fencing for children’s play areas, ensuring children are safe and secure within the play area.

Demarcation Fencing for Parks

Zaun has a wide range of fencing suitable for parks and urban landscapes, ranging from metal railings such as vertical bar and bowtop to mesh fencings such as profile mesh and twin wire mesh.

All are suitable for installation in and around public park areas and can be designed and manufactured to suit any environment.

RoSPA Compliant Fencing for Playgrounds

Zaun has specifically designed a range of fencing and gates that meet the standards and specification of RoSPA to ensure children are safe from potential danger whilst also ensuring the products are safe from children potentially trapping or injuring themselves on the fencing and gates.

Our RoSPA compliant gates are manufactured with a unique slow-closing mechanism, which has adjustable closing speeds to ensure the gate does not slam onto children.

Our mesh systems are supplied with safety channels at the top of the fencing to remove any sharp edges and keeps hands and limbs protected.

Fencing Suitable for Playgrounds

Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGAs)

Zaun has always been known within the sports world as one of the pioneers in the UK to changing the way that sports pitches were designed. Zaun’s innovative designs and creations at the beginning are still being used today. Zaun has actively moved the industry away from traditional chain link sports pitches to much more rigid and suitable welded mesh fencing systems, which are more commonly used today.

The Zaun welded mesh fencing systems are used to play a huge variety of sports, providing users with improved gameplay experiences and site owners with a sports area that lasts with minimum maintenance, making them ideal for use on Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGAs)

Fencing Suitable for Public Sports Pitches & MUGAs

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