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Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. More A This specification covers metallic-coated steel-woven wire fence fabric having a series of horizontal line wires, with vertical stay wires either wrapped around the line wire hinge joint or fixed with another separate wire to the line wire continuous stay fixed knot joint , forming rectangular openings. The fence fabric is suitable for use in fences for farm field enclosure to keep domestic animals in or out , for wildlife and exotic animal control, for highway or railroad right-of-way fencing to control access , and other similar uses. This specification covers fence fabric in various designs of tensile strength grades, namely: Grade 60, Grade , and Grade , metallic coating types, namely: Type A, Type Z, and Type ZA, and metallic coating classes, namely: Class 1, Class 3, Class 20, Class 40, and Class The steel wire shall be coated prior to fabrication and the coating weight [mass] shall conform to the specified breaking strength and tensile strength.

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A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. This standard has been approved for use by agencies of the U. Department of Defense.

The values given in parentheses are mathematical conversions to SI units that are provided for information only and are not considered standard. These notes and. Referenced Documents. Current edition approved Nov. Published November Originally approved in Last previous edition approved in as A - Federal Standard:.

Military Standards:. Ordering Information. United States. N OTE 1—The design numbers are related to the characteristics of the construction of the fence fabric. The design number indicates the number of line wires, approximate height, stay wire spacing, and size gage of the line and stay wires. Section General Requirements. The maximum number of line wire splices or joints shall not exceed one-half of the number of line wires in any. Such splices and joints. Tie wire used for. Fabric length other than.

There is no strength requirement for the stay wires for hinge joint style fabric. Permissible Variations in Dimensions.

Determine the diameter using a micrometer or other suitable measuring instrument, based on the greatest and least measurement at the same cross-section, with mea- surement to the nearest 0. The average of the two measurements shall be considered the diameter of the test specimen. No limits are placed on out-of-roundness of the stay wires.

Alternative spacing to that illustrated in Fig. Design Numbers. Number of. Horizontal Wires. Nominal Fence Height, in. Spacing of Stay Wires, in. Size, Steel Wire Gage. Intermediate Line and Stay Wires.

Top and. Bottom Wires. Size, Steel. Wire Gage. Type A. Type Z. Type Z Class 3 Grades 60, , and Type ZA. Type ZA Class 40 Grades 60, , and Type ZA Class 80 Grades 60, , and Class 1. Class Grade N OTE 1—There is no breaking strength requirement for stay wires.

Grade, ksi. The tolerance of the line wires spacing shall not alter the tolerance on the overall height of the fence fabric. Sampling and Testing. A lot shall consist of all rolls of a single design, grade, coating type, and coating class offered for delivery at the same time. A sample for physical tests is a length of fence fabric, at least 3 ft 1 m long, cut from the end of the sample roll to include at least three of the vertical stay wires.

Test at least six test specimens for weight of coating, selected as follows:. Test for breaking strength in accor-. Test at least four specimens, with one specimen from the top or bottom line wires, and three specimens from intermediate line wires. If the manufacturer makes this election, the purchaser still has the right to test wire from the completed fence fabric for compli- ance.

Retests and Rejection. For retest purposes, four additional rolls for each 50 rolls offered shall be sampled. The lot size then becomes Test specimens shall be cut in accordance with 8. Rejection should be reported to. In case of dissatisfaction with the results of the test, the producer or supplier may make claim for a rehearing. Packaging and Package Marking. Government civil agencies. ASTM International takes no position respecting the validity of any patent rights asserted in connection with any item mentioned in this standard.

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