Bottom-Locking PDS Slats
Fence slats are available in many colors and styles, slats do provide some privacy at an angle view, your fence posts require a heavier or larger diameter pipe for added wind resistance if you are considering slats in the future.
PDS bottom-locking style slat provides an economical and attractive way to enhance any chain link fence.
Bottom-locking slats are flat tubular in shape, with reinforced "legs" inside for extra durability.
This slat has a patented channel providing a "snap in" locking effect for security.
White PDS slats with 2 3/8 line posts to support the slats and fence during those windy days
This slat is manufactured 3 1/2" shorter than the overall height of the fence. The wind load factor and privacy factor is approximately 75%. Slat width 1 3/32". Slat is made for 2", 2 1/4" and 2 3/8" mesh and 9, 11 or 11 1/2 gauge wire. The manufacturer provides a 10-year limited pro-rata warranty.
This is a mix n match combination of two colors of slats
Privacy decorative fence slats can add privacy, used as a wind screen, used as a sound barrier and help beautify chain link fences.
Most Slats are available in 4 ft, 5 ft and 6 ft heights.
Each bag or box covers approximately 10 linear feet of fence.
Our most popular style is PDS slat this has ribs inside for added strength.
Lite Link (M Slat)
Lite Link Fence Slat is one of the most economical, chain-link enhancement products available in the market today.
Manufactured using the same durable, outdoor plastic as our standard tubular fence slats,
single wall "M" shaped slat
will give you the visual screening and color enhancement you desire at a very affordable price.
This slat features a patented bottom-locking system for fast and easy installation.
This slat is manufactured 3 1/2" shorter than the overall height of the fence. The wind load factor and privacy factor is approximately 75%. Slat width 1 1/4". Slat is made for 2" & 2 1/4" mesh and 9, 11 or 11 1/2 gauge wire.
Dark brown slats to help hide a Garbage Dumpster.
Remember you must have a larger diameter or heavier gauge pipe if you are installing slats or the wind will take your fence down.
If you are installing slats into an old fence then the wire must be in good condition or it will make it difficult for you to slide the slats in.