M&M extends agricised fence post range

M&M Timber has now extended its Agricised range to include peeled and pointed posts.

M&M Timber managing director Nigel Poyner said: "We are immensely proud to be the first manufacturer to respond to market demand and offer an Agricised peeled and pointed fencing post with a guaranteed 15 year service life. Over the extended term, the huge savings in replacement materials and labour costs will be welcomed by every land owner in the country."


The manufacturing process has been configured to double production output. The purpose-designed incisor machines were developed and manufactured in the UK to the company’s own specific requirements. The process creates a metre long ground contact band of uniform incisions, enabling a minimum of 6mm pressurised preservative treatment penetration to meet Class 4 and BS8417 ground contact zone requirements. It also serves to ease surface tension and reduces cracking.


Forest Garden-owned M&M Timber has introduced an online purchase registration system, enabling buyers of Agricised fencing products to activate their warranty. 


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