Post Caps cover the top of the post.
Loop Caps connect horizontal top rails to line posts. Terminal and corner posts always use post caps.
Boulevards connect horizontal middle and bottom rails to line posts. Top rails are connected with loop caps.
Brace Bands wrap around terminal posts to connect with horizontal rails.
Rail Ends connect horizontal rails to terminal posts, and are used in combination with a brace band.
End Clamps connect horizontal rails to terminal posts, and are an alternative to brace bands and rail end cups.
Tension Bands secure the tension bar to the terminal post.
Tension Bars secure chain link fabric to the terminal post with the use of tension bands, and keep the fence stretched and taut.
Corner Clamps connect horizontal rails to corner posts.
Saddle Clamps connect parallel posts. They are most frequently used to secure adjacent temporary panels.
Top Rail Sleeves connect two horizontal rails.
Fence Ties secure the chain link fabric to posts and horizontal rails.
Fence Ties are pre-cut and sold by the bag; Aluminum Tie Wire is sold by the roll.
Wood to Steel Adapters secure 2 x 4 wood rails to posts.
Tension or Coil Wire is used to secure the bottom of a chain link fence. It's used in lieu of bottom rails.
Hog Rings are used to secure various additions to chain link fence, including windscreen, coil or tension wire, razor ribbon and barbed wire.
Barb Arms attach strands of barbed wire to the posts.
Barb Arms are sold as a single 45-degree arm for three strands (as pictured), or as a V-shape for six strands.
Barbed Wire secures enclosures by making the fence more difficult to climb over. It is installed in strands on top of chain link fences, sometimes in conjunction with Razor Ribbon.
Barbed Wire is sold by the roll and gets connected to the fence posts with Barb Arms.
Razor Ribbon secures enclosures by making the fence more difficult to climb. It is installed as a continuous coil on top of chain link fences, frequently in conjunction with Barbed Wire.
Razor Ribbon is sold by the roll and gets connected to the barbed wire with special ties.
Forks latches are used in conjunction with Collars to secure chain link gates. Forks get attached to the Collar and swivel to straddle the gate post to keep the gate closed.
Collars are used in conjunction with Fork latches to secure chain link gates. Collars secure the Fork latch to the gate frame.
Pin Hinges are ideal for smaller, lightweight residential gates. They are inexpensive but can only hold so much weight.
Offset Hinges are used for larger, heavier gates.
Box Hinges are used for larger, heavier gates and are capable of swinging in both directions to some degree.
Drop Rods are used to secure double gates or prop one gate open.
Gravity Latches are basic latches for wood, aluminum and vinyl gates.
Hatchet Latches are commonly used on PVC gates, and have a spring to latch closed more efficiently than Gravity Latches.
Magna Latches are the standard latch for pool enclosures and other enclosures for children. When installed properly, the pull to release the latch is out of a child's reach. These latches are compatible with PVC and aluminum gates.