Design your tape fence project 45V Corner Insulator for wooden post (#45V) $6.30 Add to cartDetails BP37T Third buckle for three way on BP37 (#BP37T) $6.80 Add to cartDetails BP37 Bi-Polar Tensioner KIT (#BP37) $18.00 Add to cartDetails 8bl Line Post Insulator (black) (#8bl) $2.00 Add to cartDetails BP32 Bi-Polar Tensioner w/o attachment (#BP32) $9.00 Add to cartDetails BP34 Bi-Polar Splicer Buckle (#BP34) $5.00 Add to cartDetails CLIPbl Round Keeper Black Clip (12/bag) (#RCLIPbl) $4.63 Add to cartDetails BP38 Spring Tensioner for gate (#BP38) $24.20 Add to cartDetails BP13A Gate handle for tensioner BP32 or BP37 without nuts (#BP13A) $18.00 Add to cartDetails BP59H Bi-Polar Jumper Cables (2) 2ft with Lugs (#BP59H) $18.14 Add to cartDetails 28M High Tension Cable Brown (or Black) #28M (by the meter) $2.20 Add to cartDetails 28V High Tension Cable Green #28V (by the meter) $2.20 Add to cartDetails CRIMP59 Crimper Tool (#CRIMP59) $28.00 Add to cartDetails LinkInstallation Instructions INSTALLATION TIPS & INFO Technical Step-by-Step Guide 1/ TAPE (Calculation of Length Required) – Measure the length of fence to be electrified (perimeter + internal separators): – Determine the number of rows of tape desired: – Multiply total length by number of rows to calculate the total tape length required: 2/ POSTS (Determination of Number and Type) – Count the number of Wooden, Metal and Fibreglass posts plus Trees to be connected. – Determine how many are straight in-line posts vs. tension posts (required for corners, curves gateposts and line ends), as the accessories are different: Insulator #8bl for straight in-line posts Tensioner #BP37 for all the other posts Spring tensioner #BP38 on one side of a tape gateTotal All Posts In-Line Posts Tension Posts – Provide the average distance between posts (min. 8ft – max 16ft.): (We recommend reducing spacing to as close as 8 ft. in very windy areas.)3/ GATES (Assessment of Number, Type and Locations to Install) It is better to minimize the number of tape cuts, installing (if possible) the gates at corners rather than in line. This saves one tension post on each side of each gate.HORSEGUARD TAPE GATE REQUIREMENTS – One #BP38 spring tensioner + one #BP37 tensioner per row + one #BP13 gate handle + one clip #CLIPbl per handle. – Determine how many gates are straight in-line versus corner locations – Number of inline HorseGuard tape gates to be built: – Number of corner HorseGuard tape gates to be built: EXISTING METAL OR WOODEN GATE REQUIREMENTS To provide conductivity around existing metal or wood gates, from the second one on all must be wired with #BP37 tensioners on the top tape row on each side of the gate. The rows beneath are connected with #BP59H 2 ft. long jumper cables or crimped cables (sold by the meter). The cables connecting across the gateways are buried 1 ft. underground, protected in a hose or a garden hose.– Determine how many gates are straight in-line versus corner locations – Number of EXISTING in-line gates: – Number of EXISTING corner gates: – Size of EXISTING gates: 4/ CABLES (Calculation of Cable Length) CABLE REQUIREMENTS The cables (green/brown) are connected with #BP37 tensioners: – from the energizer to the fence (top tensioner) – and between each row of tape Cables also provide the conductivity across all existing gates (from the second one on). 2 lengths of cables are sold: – #BP59H - 'jumper cables' pre-crimped in 2 ft. (60cm) lengths – #28V / #28M sold by the meter #BP59GM terminal lugs are fastened at the cable ends with our #CRIMP59 crimper tool and a hammer. We will calculate your total requirements based on your inputs above plus: – the distance from your charger to the fence (in feet): YOUR SHIPPING ADDRESS AND POSTAL CODE NAME (required) E-MAIL (required) STREET ADDRESS (required) CITY (required) POSTAL CODE (required) PHONE PROVINCE (required) Alberta ABBritish Columbia BCPrince Edward PEManitoba MBNew Brunswick NBNova Scotia NSOntario ONQuébec QCSaskatchewan SKNewfoundland and Labrador NLNunavut NUNorthwest Territories NTYukon YT MESSAGE Please provide a small sketch indicating: distances, tension rod positions, gates (indicating new or existing), location of energizer. We thank you in advance for providing this visual information resource that will aid in the preparation and precision of your quote.