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Field Guardian Pipe Clamp Insulator 12pk

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Field Guardian® Pipe Clamp Insulators (12-Packs)
 

Install this insulator and get your horses' respect by mounting a scare wire. Our special insulator attaches to the side of your pipe panels without drilling a hole in the pipe. The clamp can be mounted on the horizontal or vertical section of the panel.  The hot wire can be positioned as needed, a point midway up is preferred, although stallions may need a high wire to keep them from "necking" over the fence. Place it on both sides of adjoining pastures to reduce horse mischief to a minimum.  We strongly suggest using polyrope or 1/2" tape to prevent injuries caused by hot wire. These insulators are an economical and practical way to protect your pipe panel fences. 


Sizes and specifications
The pipe clamp insulators are 3.5" inches in length and they adjust for pipe diameters from 1 1/2" up to 1 5/8".  (In order to make them fit 1 7/8" pipes, you will need to get 1.5" screws - not included in these). These sizes should fit most pipe panels, heavy duty fences as well as some cyclone fence posts.

The pipe clamps are constructed of a high grade of poly plastic with UV inhibiters and flex agents added.  This means that they will last for years without cracking; however, this also means that they cost a bit more than T-post style snap on insulators.    


Installation Instructions
Select the location for the insulator.  Snap the clamp over the pipe. If you are using the clamp on small diameter pipe, use the short screw in the top hole.  If you are using it on a 1 7/8" pipe, use the longer screw in the bottom hole. Tighten the screw to fix the position on the pipe.  Do not over-tighten.

 

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If you don't have an electric fence get one! My horses stopped playing along the fence line ripping their manes out and getting cut up. It was really easy to install. Get your video camera ready for the 1st time they touch it. I know it's wrong but it was SO funny. It's doesn't hurt them but they sure don't like it. It does the job! My horses are safer and less scraped up than they have ever been
SUSAN B on May 29, 2015
Incorporating fence panel riding arena/round pen into pasture expansion. Hoping adding 'hot wire' to outside will keep horses from standing/climbing on lower rungs and reaching between rungs when working with horse. First time use
HICKS L on May 12, 2014
works great and good quality make it very dependable for us and provides us with confidence that our horses will stay off the fences...
Jackie R on Jul 10, 2014
How far apart /4ft.hi, 2" pipe fence/dog kennel play area about 1/4 acre area with 2 entrance gates.? I rescue abused and abandoned dogs and place each in a forever-loving home. Am known as "The Dog Lady" of Nipomo...I do not hoard !
A shopper on Sep 22, 2015
Best Answer: I usually space them 12 feet apart, on 12' horse corral panels. I use poly braid wire, and pull it snugly through the insulator, then wrap a figure 8 around the prongs, to keep a good tension on the fence, so there are no sags in it.
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