For fixing the brace in the ground.
In an ever-changing climate with increased weather extremes, Heras fence stabilisers provide extra stability. A simple Heras fence stabiliser construction limits the chance of the Heras fencing being blown or knocked over. Heras fence stabilisers are fixed into the ground with a soil pin. This solid galvanised pin is 600 mm long and over 15 mm thick.
A flat metal strip replaces the Heras footing and anti-lift system.
Concrete footings are placed on the metal strip to increase stability. The Heras fence stabiliser plate construction is especially recommended in situations that require maximum stability and when using closing gates, such as the site hoarding. A construction for securing and preventing the temporary fence line from being blown over or knocked down on a hard surface such as concrete or asphalt. This Heras fence stabiliser plate can be used to assemble a complete Heras fence stabiliser plate construction. Heras recommends using this Heras fence stabiliser plate in combination with 1 Heras fence stabiliser, 2 Heras fence clips and 3 concrete footings. Plastic fence blocks are possible, but concrete offers maximum stability. The Heras fence stabiliser construction has an integrated anti-lift system. An additional advantage with this construction is that there is no tripping hazard on the outside of the Heras temporary fencing line. The construction is suitable for any type of temporary fencing, including the Combi-Wood and site hoarding temporary fencing with sheet-pile profile. The distance from the Heras fencing line to the end of the Heras fence stabiliser is approx. 150 cm.
Helps prevent Heras mobile fences being blown or knocked over.
The Heras fence stabiliser offers improved stability thanks to being fitted at an angle of 45 degrees to the temporary fencing. The Heras fence stabiliser must be fastened to the Heras temporary fencing using a Heras fence clip at a height of approximately 1.8 m. The Heras fence stabilisers are anchored to the ground with a soil pin. If this is not possible, is it possible to place it on the ground and shore it with ballast feet or a Heras fence stabiliser plate. The simple Heras fence stabiliser fitting system ensures a tighter fence line and a professional appearance while making it very difficult to move. An excellent, inexpensive alternative for a semi-permanent set-up. The distance from the fence line to the soil pin is approximately 150 cm. The use of Heras fence stabilisers extends the life of your temporary fencing.
Alternative to the Heras soil pin.
The metal plate is used to fix a Heras fence stabiliser onto a paved surface or when the soil pin should not or cannot be driven into the ground. The Heras fence stabiliser is pushed over the Heras fence stabiliser plate. Concrete footings or several plastic fence blocks are placed on top of this to act as ballast. Heras recommends combining the Heras fence stabiliser plate with 1 Heras fence stabiliser, 1 Heras fence clip and 2 construction fence footings. This construction is only suitable for an open Heras fencing line. The distance from the fence to the end of the Heras fence stabiliser is approximately 150 cm.
Closed construction and City Fences must be shored up one-on-one. Even open mobile construction fencing catches quite a bit of wind. Look at the fence from the diagonal: the mesh looks smaller from there, it appears almost closed. And the wind can also blow from that direction. That is why open construction fences are equipped with construction fencing struts every three fencing panels.