A wall top electric fence is one that is erected on top of another barrier such as a brick wall or precast cement slats. Wall top electric fence brackets are used to erect the fence. There are various types of brackets available. Your choice depends on the type of wall that you are going to be installing the electric fence onto.
Wall Top Electric Fence

Types of Wall Top Electric Fence Brackets

Round bar brackets Round bar brackets come in 5 and 6 wire variations and are suitable for prefab concrete walls.
Wall top electric fence brackets - round bar
Flat bar brackets Flat bar wall brackets are also available in 5 and 6 wire variations and can be straight or angled. These types of brackets are suitable for brick walls. However, they are old-fashioned. In addition, they are not as strong as square tubing brackets so you may possibly need more frequent electric fence repairs. So, in general, these days people usually go for square tubing brackets.
Wall top electric fence brackets - angled flat bar

Angled flat bar

Wall top electric fence brackets - straight flat bar

Straight flat bar

Square tubing brackets Square tubing brackets come in 6,8, 10 or 12 wire variations and can be straight or angled. For new fences we highly recommend these brackets because they are strong and durable and they can accommodate more than 6 wires for improved security.
Wall top electric fence brackets - straight square tubing

Straight square tubing

Wall top electric fence brackets - angled square tubing

Angled square tubing

Other types of brackets include:
  • Jurassic brackets
  • Profile pole brackets
  • T-pole brackets
  • Square tube Jurassic t-pole brackets

Electric Fence Brackets

All the brackets have insulators or bobbins attached to them. This ensures that the electric fence wires get supported by the brackets but do not touch either the bracket or other wires. When you look at electric fence wall top brackets you also find that at regular intervals of 50 meters and at corners the brackets have stays attached to them. This is required by law and enables the wires to be tensioned without pulling the brackets out of the wall. After all, you want a strong and secure fence. The stays also have plastic sleeves fitted around them to insulate your wires so that they don’t touch the bracket and cause a fault or alarm condition on the wall.