The Wide KufLink product is manufactured using the same high quality virgin high-density polyethylene used on our standard KufLink inserts and available in the same standard 8 colors
The Wide KufLink product is manufactured using the same high quality virgin high-density polyethylene used on our standard KufLink inserts and available in the same standard 8 colors, for all heights of chain link fence. Additionally, this product can be inserted into a vinyl coated wire which matches the color of the inserts, creating a very high quality color chain link system.
This unique product is a combination of Davidson Plastics quality inserts, pre-installed in the chain link wire as the chain link is manufactured. The actual weaving and insertion process is performed by a number of fence manufacturing companies, which in turn distribute the finished product to fence installation companies throughout the country.
Durability & Quality
Manufactured with virgin high-density polyethylene, stabilized with ultra violet inhibitors, Wide KufLinks are durable enough to resist chemicals, salts, petroleum and the harsh conditions of the elements.
Quality is essential to the durability of our products. A highly trained staff of Quality Assurance employees is constantly monitoring the manufacturing process as well as issuing the final approval of the product after a required staging period. What this means to you, as the consumer, is that when you buy a Davidson Plastics product, you are assured of the highest quality in material and workmanship.
Uses & Applications
Tubular inserts have become a standard enhancement in the chain link industry. KufLink inserts are versatile and appropriate for any application where site definition and decorative improvement is desired. From tennis courts to chemical plants, corporate headquarters to residential applications, KufLink inserts provide a durable, decorative enhancement on new or existing chain link fence.
Davidson Traffic Control Products , 3110 70th Avenue East, Tacoma, WA 98424. Tel: 425-251-8140; Fax: 425-251-8303.