A prefabricated Vanadia corten fence includes a plurality of vertical elements called "poles", designed to be fixed to the ground in a row, and a plurality of horizontal elements called "currents" designed to be mounted on said prefabricated fence in order to connect pairs of “Poles, all enclosed in the casing which makes the fence safe even for the little ones

Vanadia, staccionata in corten | HOW IS VANADIA MADE


The poles are composed of three and distinct elements designed to fit vertically together. One of these two elements has the function of supporting and is fixed to the ground, the other element has a covering function (cards) and the last element (cap) completes the pole body making it totally closed.

The support element has a vertical conduit accessible from one side of the fence with a bottom surface and two lateral surfaces, or “shoulders”.

The lateral "shoulders" are further worked in such a way that concavities are obtained on them designed to accommodate and support said "currents".

  • it is possible to compensate for the physiological inaccuracies of installation on the ground of said support element

  • very quick installation techniques can be adopted, such as installation by pure piling,

  • this conformation makes it possible to create support elements that hide the part of the "current" inserted in the "pole"

Vanadia, staccionata in corten | HOW IS VANADIA MADE
Vanadia, staccionata in corten | HOW IS VANADIA MADE


The "currents", like the "poles", are made by coupling three elements:

  • a first hooking element remains clearly visible from the side from which the support element is exposed

  • a second finishing and reinforcement element, from which the covering element of the "poles" is exposed

  • a third element the cap for finishing and fixing.

The ends of the “stringer” are shaped to couple in different positions to the coupling concavities of the “struts”, so that the ends are inserted inside the conduit formed by the first element.

The precise conformation of the concavities and of the pins can be achieved according to many variants, implementing various measures that can be useful in the assembly phases.


Vanadia ha due modalità di attacco. L’attacco con piastra con piastra di base, ideale per superfici di ancoraggio in calcestruzzo.

Oppure l’attacco con infissione, dove i montanti possono essere infissi direttamente nel suolo con una profondità di infissione che può variare dai 50 ai 90 cm.


The posts are fixed to the ground Once they are ready, the beams are embedded in their respective spaces which are closed and firmly fixed. With this technique, the use of screws and bolts is reduced to a minimum and it is even possible to eliminate them altogether.

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