Tensioners and tighteners

Our range of electric fencing tensioners and tighteners are designed to help you apply a good tension to your fence and stop any sagging without losing current.

Many of the tensioners can be used with different types of electric fencing material, but
5x Gallagher Tumble Wheel

One person can move a whole fence within a matter of minutes using the tumble wheels. The strip grazing system reduces the grazing cycles and increases the yield. Maximum fence height: 0.78m.


Strainrite Swivel Grab FX2 Contractor Chain Strainer - Fixed Handle

New & Improved MK2 Model castings - features computer designed geometry**

Solid one piece handle of 22.2mm outside nominal diameter. High tensile pivot bolt for extra strength and high wear qualities. Features two grab and swivel ends for easy left and


Strainrite Standard Chain Strainer MK II

IMPROVED SURE GRIP MODEL - For zinc coated wire

New geometry provides effective grip on new Zinc/Aluminum fencing wire.


Strainrite FX2 Contractor Chain Strainer - Fixed Handle

This is the new "FX2" model Fixed Handle Contractor Chain Strainer.


Strainrite XT1 Ratchet Strainer

The Strainrite XT1 Ratchet Strainer may well be the most versatile and superbly designed wire strainer available today. The tensioner is particularly strong, reliable and easy to use.


Strainrite Insulated Clip Strainer

Strainrite's Hi-Strain Insulated Clip Strainer is a high quality, insulated, all in one wire tensioner for electric fence wire.


Aluminium Ratchet Wire Tensioner

Hotline aluminium ratchet wire tensioner

£4.54 £6.60



Hotline TB29 Tension Handle

Hotline Tension Handle

£9.66 £10.50


£15.89 £16.80

Hotline In-Line Aluminium Wire Tensioner

The Hotline P29a wire tensioner is manufactured from aluminium is is probably the easiest tool for taking up slack and applying a little tension to you wire, polywire or rope fence.

£17.99 £12.90

Tensioners and tighteners
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