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Solar Fencing from Tornado Wire

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A range of fencing for solar farm applications is available from Tornado.
As the popularity of solar power grows with the ongoing search for clean and renewable energy provision, solar farms will become increasingly important.
Substantial initial investment is required to establish a solar farm, so protecting the highly valuable solar panels and electrical equipment from theft or damage is of paramount importance.

Looking for Solar Farm Fencing?

Most people choose

Tornado R13/192/8

This is a Universal Applications Fence used in many areas including Rural Security.


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Torus StayStiff Knot Features Benefits
Knot Information
  • High-pressure bonded knot with continuous vertical stay wire
  • Smooth knot with no sharp edges
  • Stronger than a hinge joint knot

Points to consider

Torus Solar Fencing

Factoring in grazing

Design of solar farms on agricultural land allows for sheep grazing in addition to the solar panels – a wire fence suitable for both marking the perimeter of the solar farm and securely containing livestock is likely to be an important consideration.

Protecing your Solar Panels

Protecting your solar panels is a key consideration – Tornado’s solar farm fencing, manufactured from High Tensile wire and adhering to the highest British and European standards, provides an environment-appropriate barrier. Palisade or welded panels may provide security but are very rarely appropriate for a rural setting, a fact recognised by many planning departments.

Aesthetically Appropriate

Solar farm fencing from Tornado will not only exclude wildlife and provide first-line protection against intruders in conjunction with CCTV, it has been designed to blend naturally into its surrounding environment.

Tornado Difference

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