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Protect-A-Child's Quad Bilt™ posts are unique.
These trademarked pool fence posts have been developed and engineered with a special "Quad Bilt" process. This process combines special composite materials that provide fence posts of incredible strength, flex resistance, and longevity. They are the only pool fence supports that have the strength and durability to support tension and flex with shock but will never become bent. In fact testing shows the Quad Bilt™ composite posts to be almost triple the strength of most competing aluminium fence posts. In field use for over 21 years they have proven to be superior to aluminium support posts in every way.
Won't become bent or crooked. Let's face it, if there wasn't a safety risk, you probably wouldn't want to fence your swimming pool. Worse yet would be if the pool fence you did install became crooked due to bent support posts.
Mesh pool fence posts are under constant stress from the tension that holds the mesh taut. This tension is magnified when the fence changes direction and turns around corners. Children running into or falling against an aluminium post fence can snap the posts clean off.
A primary benefit of our composite fibreglass posts is their flexural strength. Just as a stiff fishing rod can flex continually and rigorously yet maintain its strength, resiliency, and integrity - so it is with Protect-A-Child's Quad-Bilt™ composite posts. They are impervious to constant fence tension, stress and strain and can flex with shock yet will not become bent. Guaranteed! We actually offer an unlimited lifetime warranty against both breakage and bending.
Pool fence posts must endure ongoing forces of fence tension as well as shock whenever a child or pet runs into them. Protect-A-Child's Quad-Bilt™ fibreglass composite posts are the only fence posts guaranteed unbreakable and guaranteed never to become bent or crooked. The result - your fence stays straight and attractive and you never have to worry about your fence posts becoming broken. Some key points are: