Our codes explained…
Australian Concrete Posts Pty Ltd use a two or three part code system for our products to assist you make the right choice for your fence design.
The Code Categories
|FP00||Fence Posts – Intermediate fence posts – (Either 130 or 110mm wide)|
|SP00||Straining Posts – Straining posts for end or inline assemblies (170mm wide)|
|BK000||Brackets – Brackets Sets and Parts to build fences with concrete posts|
|AC00||Assembly Components and Accessories|
|IT000||Individual Items – Individual bracket parts or bolts|
|EX00||Extra or Miscellaneous Items – eg. EX01 – Brown Coloured, or EX03 – Epoxy Resin Paint|
Our Posts Codes
Australian Concrete Posts use a two part code system for our fence posts, based on the width of the post
Part 1 (FP) – First part of the code is what the category of product is – in this case FP is for a Fence Post, SP is for Strainer Post.
Part 2 – (00) – This part of the code is for the type of post that it is. Number range 00-09 for 130mm wide posts. Number range 21-29 is for 110mm wide posts.
Our Bracket Codes
ACP use a three part code system for our brackets to assist you make the right choice for your fence design.
Part 1 (BK) – First part of the code is what the category of product is – in this case BK is for Brackets.
Part 2 – (130) – This part of the code is for the post that it is to fit onto. 130 means it fits 130mm post. If its 170 this is for the 170mm which is the strainer post. If there is not post attachment it will be 000.
Part 3 – (RND) – This section of the code represents the rail or attachment to the bracket set – eg. RND for Round Rail, CTM for Cattle Mid Rail. COL for Collar Bracket. TOP for Top Fixing bracket.
Other Product Categories
DC – Driving Caps
AC – Assembly Components and Accessories
IT – Individual Items – Individual bracket parts or bolts
EX – Extra or Miscellaneous Items or Finishes – eg. EX01 – Brown Coloured Concrete, or EX03 – Epoxy Resin Paint on ends