Wild Hog Products Mesh 6 Gauge Stair Rail Panel
- 60" H x 72" L
- Infill for wood, composite, or aluminum railing
- For stair or fence applications
- 4" x 4" mesh pattern
- 6 gauge steel with welded cross points
- Zinc powder-coat inhibits corrosion and ensures durability
- Use with Hog Tracks and Hog Tusks (sold separately)
- Can be used for lattices, arbors, trellises, gardens, gates, and fencing
The Wild Hog 6 Gauge Stair Rail Panel serves as an infill for wood, composite, or aluminum stair railing. Made of 6 gauge steel (zinc-primed and powder-coated), panels feature a 4" x 4" mesh pattern with welded cross points. Stair panels are 60" tall and 72" long, so they can also be used for fence applications. If used for stair applications, panels will need to be cut diagonally. Wild Hog Panels are used in conjunction with Hog Tracks and Hog Tusks (sold separately).
Originating from the big and bulky welded livestock panels, the smaller size panels are perfect for any application. With a 6 gauge steel welded 4" x 4" mesh pattern, Wild Hog Panels allow for great visibility while continuing to be extremely durable. The larger size of the mesh allows for many other uses such as lattices, arbors, trellises, gardens, gates, and fencing.
Each panel receives a four-stage phosphate rinse followed by a zinc-rich powder primer. The primer is a two-coat system that inhibits corrosion and ensures durability. After the zinc-rich primer, the panels are powder coated to provide a maintenance-free railing for many years of enjoyment.
|Brand||Wild Hog Products|
|Sub Brand||6 Gauge|
|Application||Stairs or Fence|
|Can Be Cut to Length||Yes|
|Package Includes||(1) Panel|
|Recommended Use||Stair Rail Infill, Garden, Arbor, Trellis, Lattice, Fencing, and Gates|
Weights and Dimensions
|Dimensions||5' x 6'|
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