Whites Rural - Stiff Knot
Stiff Knot

Stiff Knot Exclusion Fencing

CATEGORY: Stiff Knot
• Fixed knot is considered the strongest knot available
• Narrow 15cm picket spacings
• Premium galvanised coating & wire grade
• Optional hinged apron (footer)
• No exposed ends
• Made in Australia

Exclusion fencing - for the effective protection of livestock and crops


Australian MadeStiff Knot prefabricated fencing is made in Australia on the fixed knot machine. The name Stiff Knot is trademarked to Whites and made exclusively by Whites Albury Manufacturing plant in regional Australia, using premium grade wire.

Specifically designed to protect by providing a barrier against smaller marsupials, dogs, pigs and feral animals, Stiff Knot® Exclusion Fencing is produced with graduated line wire spacings. The tighter 15cm stay spacings further improve its ability to withstand impact.

Premium coating & Wire grade4timeslonger

Made with heavy galvanised coating, high tensile 2.8mm line wires at top and bottom, 2.5mm high tensile line wires with graduated spacings and 2.5mm vertical stay wires.

Continuous Vertical Pickets

Features a continuous vertical pickets that are locked into place to resist sagging and buckling. Compared to hinged joint fencing, they also provide a better fence over undulating land following the contour of the ground.

Optional Pre-attached Hinged Apron

Pre-attached to the bottom line wire with a hinged joint, the apron (also referred to as hinged footer) is a 300m section of fence laid on the ground, restricting penetration or digging under the fence. Exclusion fencing without hinged aprons require the fencing to be forced onto the ground, placing unnecessary stress on your fence posts. The engineered hinge sits naturally in place making it both faster to install and easier on the fence, giving it a longer service life.

Pre-Stripped Roll

The first two and last two pickets are removed from every roll. It's a convenient aid for faster installation around end assemblies - no need to strip picket wires.

Tension Crimps

The line wires include tension crimps that provide a quick visual when judging the correct tension. When the crimp is half flattened, the tension is generally sufficient; when no crimp can be seen, then the tension in the wire is too high and needs to be reduced.


Code Product       Tensile Strength Roll Length Roll Weight Pallet Qty. Galv. Coating Top/Base Wire
A0367 8/90/15 w/ 30cm footer High 100m 101kg Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
10338 8/90/15 High 100m 74kg 9 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
A0368 8/90/15 w/ 30 cm footer High 200m 202kg 4 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
10339 8/115/15 High 100m 80kg 9 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
10359 13/115/15 High 100m 113kg 9 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
A0358 13/115/15 High 200m 266kg 4 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
A0376 15/150/15 w/ 30cm footer High 100m 162kg 9 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm
10360 15/150/15 High 100m 134kg 9 Heavy Galv. 2.8mm

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