Shop our range of Electric Fencing Conductors

Electric fencing conductors form the basic structure of an electric fence unit and are what make the physical barrier of electricity which prevents animals from going through the fence. There are various ma
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Gallagher Equifence 7.5 mm | 250 m - Terra

Fence wire for a permanent horse fence with excellent conductivity. The terra colour means it blends in with the landscape and has a natural look.

£274.49

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Hotline 500m Spool Hotline 9 Strand Supercharge Polywire

Hotline P62/500 9-strand Supercharge Electro-Plastic Fencing Wire, sometimes referred to as Electro-Plastic Wire, is very strong, conductive and suitable for runs over 1000m in length. It contains six stainless steel conductors for strength and three nick

£50.45 £55.48

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Duopack Gallagher TurboLine Rope Braided 2x 500 m - White

Braided TurboLine Cord prevents a lot of stretching and ensures a long life. Soft-touch cord provides high safety for your animals.

£389.00

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Gallagher TurboLine Tape 20 mm | 200 m - Terra

Gallagher terra Turbo Tape with reinforced conducting edges (red) suitable for semi-permanent horse fencing.

£47.50

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Gallagher TurboStar Tape 40 mm | 200 m - Terra

Gallagher TurboStar Tape is a premium 40 mm tape which has the lowest resistance available today.

£103.55

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Gallagher TurboStar Tape 40 mm | 100 m - Terra

Gallagher TurboStar Tape is a premium 40 mm tape which has the lowest resistance available today. Colour Terra.

£57.95

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Duopack Gallagher Vidoflex 9 TurboLine Plus 2x 1000 m - White

If you have or are looking for portable fencing that is longer than 500 m, choose Vidoflex 9. Vidoflex 9 is 40x better than other plastic wire, 50% stronger, easy to see and it does not stretch.

£232.75

Available
Hotline 9mm Equiline Professional Electric Fence Wire (400m)

Equiline is a very high quality professional grade electric fencing wire that is designed to be used with horses.

£458.89 £509.88

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Hotline 250m Spool 9 Strand Supercharge Polywire

Hotline P62/250 9-strand Supercharge Electro-Plastic Fencing Wire, sometimes
referred to as Electro-Plastic Wire, is very strong, conductive and suitable for
runs over 1000m in length.
It contains six stainless steel conductors for strength and thre

£25.25 £42.77

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Gallagher TurboLine Tape 40 mm | 200 m - White

Gallagher Turboline 40mm tape is ideal for permanent horse fences over 500 metres. The tape's reinforced red edges provides extra strength.

£76.00

Available
Gallagher EconomyLine Rope 100 m - White

Twisted plastic cord, suitable for movable/temporary horse and cattle fences shorter than 500 metres. Excellent conductivity due to 5 stainless-steel wires. It is easy to install. It has a 3-year UV warranty.

£25.59

Available
PowerLine tape 40 mm - Terra | 200 m

- Resistance: 0.17 Ohm/m
- Tear strength: 450 kg
- 11 stainless steel & 1 copper conductor
- UV-resistant - long service life

£62.69

Available
Shop our range of Electric Fencing Conductors

What to consider when choosing your electric fence conductor

Consider the type of animal you wish to contain (or keep out), the length of the fence line(s) and if the fence will be a permanent fixture or temporary. Whether it’s electric fencing wire, rope, or tape, choose the electric fence conductors that best suits your needs.

Rope

Rope combines interwoven wire with non-conductive plastic threads which makes it lightweight and easy to assemble. This ensures high conductivity and flexibility. Take a look at our range of rope fencing.

Tape

Tape is often chosen where visibility is important, as it is easy for the animals to recognise from a distance. Browse our range of electric tape.

Wire

Wire is made from different types of metal such as copper, aluminium or stainless steel. It is best placed where a robust and extremely conductive fencing unit is required. Browse our full range of electric fence wire today.

Still in doubt on which electric fencing conductors you need? Contact us for expert help and advice.

 

 

 

 


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