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Postsaver uses

Postsaver barrier sleeves are used to protect wood in ground contact in a huge number of different applications all over the world. Whether it is garden or commercial fencing posts in the UK, bamboo cattle fencing standing in Chile, or even overhead rope climbing tree top support in the middle of nowhere, our products are hard at work right now.

Wherever wood is put in contact with the ground, Postsaver barrier sleeves bring numerous benefits.


Postsaver Examples:

Here are some examples of where we provide protection:

• Railway stock fencing
• Stock fencing
• Vine support posts and poles
• Highways fencing
• Playground equipment
• Supports for fruit walls
• Tree supports
• Fruit support posts
• Gate posts
• Pergolas

• Domestic fencing
• Security fencing
• Noise barrier support posts
• Hop poles
• Hail netting support posts
• Utility poles
• Power distribution poles
• Telegraph poles
• Wooden bridge support poles
• Structural pole building supports



• Forestry fencing
• Decking supports
• Corrosion protection on steel power and telecom poles
• Corrosion protection on steel lamp standards
• Estate fencing
• Deer fencing

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Postsaver Europe Ltd,
Unit 11, The Hawthorns,
Hawthorne Lane, Staunton,
Gloucestershire, GL19 3NY, UK
Email: sales@postsaver.co.uk

By Telephone: +44 (0)1452 849322

We supply Postsaver sleeves worldwide in small or large quantities, as well as having a worldwide chain of distributors.

Postsaver is patented in Australia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, South Africa, Spain, Japan, Sweden, N.Zealand and the USA and is a trademark of Postsaver Europe Ltd.

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