Request a Quote from Australian Concrete Posts

Complete this form with your contact and fence project details so we can send you an accurate quote including delivery costs for concrete fence posts.

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WHERE DO WE SEND YOUR QUOTE?

We need your contact details to send the formal quotation to. Let us know the following details please.

TRANSPORT AND DELIVERY

Complete this section so we can calculate the freight costs and logistics to get them to your site.

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Do you need transport and delivery quoted?
Does your delivery site meet these requirements?
For accurate delivery costs we need this information. Please advise if there are road load limits to access destination point. Or Special conditions. Delivery location has (A) Clear road height of 4.5m with NO trees over hangs, power lines, telephone cables or gate entries. (B) Clear road width of 3m with NO trees impeding roadway, narrow access points which include drains, causeways, or gate entries. (C) A semi truck can access and turn at destination.
Please advise if there are road load limits to access your destination point. Or any special conditions. eg enough space to turn and offload and a semi trailer truck.

ABOUT YOUR FENCE

We make several types of posts and assemblies. If you know what you want please select from the list below.
What are you fencing?

CONCRETE FENCE POSTS

These are the standard fence posts - often called intermediates or running posts. Available in 130mm wide or 110mm wide in various lengths. All holes are predrilled, they're driveable with a post driver, using a driving cap.

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Do you need "Intermediate" or "running" fence posts?

WHICH FENCE POSTS

1. Choose WHICH post is suitable for your application. The distance between each fence post on your fence line will determine the quantity you need to order. ACP Posts are sold in pack volumes of 15 or 30 per pack. When calculating how many posts you need you will need to work out how many packs you need.

Choose which fence posts you need for your project

CONCRETE STRAINER POSTS

The Strainer Post is also known as the end post, straining post or gate post. These are the posts that take the strain of you wire. They're made 170mm wide with 4 Strands of high tensile wire strands inside. ACP supply these in pack volumes of 6 per pack. If you need less than 6 then please indicate in the details below.

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Do you need Strainer Posts?
Choose which Strainer posts you need for your project

STRAINING ASSEMBLIES

To strain the wire and ends of each run, a fence needs a straining assembly. There are several ways to build a straining assembly using concrete posts. The H-Brace or Box End assembly is most common, cheapest and strongest method. the alternative is using a diagonal brace and footplate. Examples of the End Assemblies are shown below.

Box End Assembly
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Adjustable Steel cable and footplate
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Do you need the End Straining Assemblies?
Assemblies are available in 3 different configurations. Choose the configuration you require and how many of each.
One Way end (1W)
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Two Ways or change of direction/corner (2W)
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3 Way junction
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Choose the Assembly Kits configurations you need.

OTHER BRACKETS

Do you need brackets for another sort of fence design? Our brackets are versatile and can be used to create various types of fences. Let us know here if you need your concrete posts for other reasons other than a fence, for example a trellis or to support netting. We make brackets to suit many applications. Let us know what you need and we can help.

GATE OPENINGS

Do you have any gate openings on your fence? You will need gate kits to attach to your End Strainer posts.

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Do you have gate openings in your fence design?

PUTTING THEM IN THE GROUND

How are you planning to put them in the ground? ACP fence posts are driveable with a post driver. If you're using a post driver you will need a driving cap.

Driving with a Drop Hammer Style Driver
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Using a pneumatic percussion style driver
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DO YOU NEED A DRIVING CAP? Driving caps are used to minimise the direct impact from the hammer or driver when thumping them into the ground. A driving cap holds a thick piece of rubber inside an will help to minimise that impact and avoid chips on the top of the posts.

ANYTHING ELSE?