Treated West Virginia Split Rail with Pine Post

Product Summary

From rustic Appalachia comes a split rail fence like no other. Skilled craftsmen draw out the strength and beauty of our split rail, with the same eye to quality as the early settlers of West Virginia. These trees are ideally suited to this application. Used for many years in West Virginia Split Rail, Southern Yellow Pine has proven to be an excellent post  material. Because the specie is highly receptive to the treating process it makes an ideal pressure treated split rail post. To increase their longevity the posts are pressure treated to ground contact retention. The rails are treated to above ground retention. The pressure treating process forces the preservatives into the wood fibers changing the characteristics of the wood so that it is highly resistant to attack of rot, decay and insects. The treatment leaves no odor or residue, just natural wood grain beauty with a light green hue. This product carries a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer, WVSR.
Post Specifications:
Post Description Shipping Weight Average Girth Approx. Size Hole Spacing
2 Hole Line 25 lbs. 18" 3" x 6" x 64" 16" on center
2 Hole End &Corner 25 lbs. 16" 4" x 4" x 64" 16" on center
3 Hole Line 35 lbs. 18" 3" x 6" x 84" 16" on center
3 Hole End & Corner 35 lbs. 16" 4" x 4" x 84" 16" on center
4 Hole Line 40 lbs. 18" 3" x 6" x 96" 16" on center
4 Hole End & Corner 40 lbs. 16" 4" x 4" x 96" 16" on center
Rail Specifications:
Rail Description Shipping Weight Average Girth Approx. Size
Standard 11' Rail 30 lbs. 11" - 13" Triangular
Diamond 11' Rail 40 lbs. 14" 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" Square
Shipping Specifications:
All Line Posts 49 pcs. per unit See
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Specs
All End Posts 16 pcs. per unit
All Corner Posts 16 pcs. per unit
Diamond Rails 99 pcs. per unit
Standard Rails 100 pcs. per unit
Truckloads:
1500 - 1800 pieces depending upon product mix and drying after treatment