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Accessories (22)Simplify Electric Fence Installation with the Right Tools and Accessories Electric fencings much more than just a spool of wire and a charger, there are other components—vital for the proper installation and maintenance of the fence—that ensure your fence performs up to the mark for years to come! Electric Fence offers a wide range of tools and electric fence accessories…
Energizers and Electric Fence Chargers (27)Energizers and Electric Fence Chargers Energizers & electric fence chargers takes in electrical energy from an outside source (either a 110V outlet, solar or a battery via an electric fence charger) and then pushes the energy out through the fence in very brief pulses. When an animal touches the energized wires, the resulting shock deters the animal from challenging the fence…
Insulators (27)When it comes to electrical fencing to contain horses and livestock, choosing an insulator that perfectly matches your wire type as well as your fence post style, is an important requirement to keep the electric current running down the fence rail and preventing livestock from coming closer to the fence. Electric Fence understands this requirement, and that’s why we offer…
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We are an Internet catalog store based in New Hampshire, providing electric fence and stable supplies.
We provide a complete line of materials and accessories: everything needed to complete the job. We have the largest selection of electric fence supplies for livestock fencing of any company.
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Electric fences are designed to create an electrical circuit when touched by a person or animal. A component called a power energizer converts power into a brief high voltage pulse. One terminal of the power energizer releases an electrical pulse along a connected bare wire about once per second. Another terminal is connected to a metal rod implanted in the earth, called a ground or earth rod. A person or animal touching both the wire and the earth during a pulse will complete an electrical circuit and will conduct the pulse, causing an electric shock. The effects of the shock depend upon the voltage, the energy of the pulse, the degree of contact between the recipient and the fence and ground and the route of the current through the body. Courtesy of Wikipedia.
You can also read more about how this fencing works at this Manitoba Government site or the University of Maine site.