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Cequence Drift Fence Post – Profiled Top
☰ Stackable Panels
Our panels are modular, so you can use multiple panels to create the height, or cut them down to suit your needs.
Cequence Drift Fence Post - Profiled Top - 90mm x 90mm
Drift fence posts have a profiled top to suit our Cequence three part fencing. Profiled posts should be used in conjunction with our Cequence panels and capping rails to create a seamless slatted fence.
Our Drift posts are supplied with a free post saver sleeve that gives you a 20 year guarantee against rot.
Our drift posts are made from hardwearing Larch to match our Drift slatted fencing perfectly.
Keeping things simple
All of our Cequence fencing products are interchangeable. You can use Redwood posts with Cedar panels or Larch posts with painted panels. This gives you the flexibility to choose a post that suits your budget. Remember that posts are not visible from the front of the fence so there may be areas where you can use more cost effective options.
2.0m, 2.5m, 3.0m
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Natural Timber Range
Siberian Larch is a very popular timber choice for its appearance and durability. It is used widely by Designers and Architects and is considered one of the best timbers for exterior use. The shapes and patterns of the grain are very aesthetically pleasing and provide real character. The colour is normally honey, straw to light brown. It looks particularly good when stained with Cedar oil
as this enhances the timbers colour or it can be left to naturally age to silver grey.
Larch originates from Siberia where the weather is extremely cold. The trees are very slow growing making the timber dense and tight grained with minimal knots. These characteristics make Larch perfect for external cladding, fencing as well as other features like joinery,
decking, and flooring.
Larch is not as vulnerable to knocks, scrapes and scratches. This is an important aspect for fencing as it will mean your boundary will be robust and stand the test of time. You can expect your Larch to last between 30 and 50 years. If you compare this to standard treated soft wood fencing you can see that Siberian Larch really is a great option.
Larch does sometimes develop shakes or small splits as the wood dries out, this does not in any way affect the strength or durability of the wood. This is just a natural characteristic of Siberian Larch.
Cequence A/B grade.
Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2.
Even spread of knots but areas of clear timber.
Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%).
Sound tight (live / intergrown) knots typically under 25mm diameter, though some may exceed this.
Average of two knots per metre over total length of material excluding pin knots.
Occasionally knots may be unsound, loose or missing.
Sap wood Permitted within grade – Some boards are sap free on the face.
Compression wood permied within grade – occasional.
Deformation permitted within grade – Boards with minor curvature and twisting permitted within grade.
Occasional pitch pockets permied.
Lateral checks and splits are permitted
(these do not effect durability of wood).
Tailor-Made Patented System
Our patented Cequence fencing system takes the hard work out of having a slatted fence, the panels are readymade in handy sizes that will fit perfectly together giving you a high quality finish every time. Made from beautiful Canadian Western Red Cedar our Cequence fencing system is simply stunning