Common Misconceptions of the Electro-Fence (Pulse Fencing)

Jun 18, 2024 | APS News

Curious about the effectiveness of a Pulse Fencing system?

We often find that electric fencing (Pulse Fencing) has a lot of common myths which surround the extremely effective perimeter security solution so we thought we would make a short video, highlighting the common misconceptions, which you can find a link for at the bottom of this post.

Some of the best reactions come from customers who are new to electric fencing as a security solution. Many have misconceptions about electric fences, often viewing them negatively. However, this extremely effective security solution is worth a second look.

Here’s why you might want to consider this shockingly effective solution:

Cost-Efficient: Our electric fence uses less power than boiling a kettle. In fact, based on 2024 energy prices, it costs only £54 per year to run 1km of electric fence, and that’s without considering the potential savings from using solar power. This is far more economical than recurring security service charges, theft, or vandalism.

Safe and Legal: Unlike barbed wire, which can lead to legal issues if someone is injured, our electric fence ensures no lasting harm—just a bruised ego for the intruder.

Comprehensive Security: An electric fence not only deters and detects potential intruders but can also integrate seamlessly with existing security systems such as CCTV, alarms, control panels, and more. This provides a layered defence, giving you peace of mind.

We often refer to the Pulse Fencing Solution as “The Ultimate Deterrent” this is because it will deter, deny and detect any potential intruders who may attempt to breach your perimeter. Pulse Fencing creates a psychological and physically intimidating barrier that any criminal should think twice about trying to defeat.

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hteKwfomrbc

Or you can learn more about this solution here: https://www.advancedperimetersystems.com/electro-fence/

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