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JVA's 10 Rules for Electric Fence Safety

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JVA's 10 Rules for Electric Fence Safety

Be careful when handling your electric fence energiser, it can hurt you. The danger level is low, but this danger increases for small children and pets. Barbed wire should not be electrified. For long, permanent electric fences use 2.5mm plain galvanised wire. For temporary fences, strip grazing and small garden fence set-ups we recommend using electric fencing poliwire or politape instead (see here).  If your fence is likely to be touched by children consider using a lower-powered energiser or using the low power terminal on your energiser. Another alternative is to add an energy limiting device such as the JVA Flood...

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Surviving Storm Season with JVA

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Surviving Storm Season with JVA

Our spring / summer storm season is here! At this time of the year we see more JVA electric fence energisers coming back in for repair than usual. We also get people asking whether a lightning-damaged energiser can be repaired. The answer? Yes!

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Top 5 Questions From Field Days – JVA

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Top 5 Questions From Field Days – JVA

This year, JVA Technologies has been focussing on expanding our brand by attending various field days, such as Caboolture’s Farm Fantastic, Burpengary Equestrian Centre’s ODE (QLD) and Goondiwindi’s Sheep Technology field day. By speaking directly to our customers, we are not only able to provide extensive support on electric fencing design, but also gain insight into what our customers want from our brand. Here are the top five questions (and answers!) that we receive at field days!

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JVA’s Monitored Electric Fencing: the Smart Way to Fence

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JVA’s Monitored Electric Fencing: the Smart Way to Fence

The ‘set and forget’ approach is not good enough for any type of electric fencing, and never really has been. Not only does it allow the fence to accumulate costly (but preventable) repairs, it also causes implications such as not having stock contained properly or the property secure against predators.

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Benefits of Bi-polar Electric Fencing - JVA

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Benefits of Bi-polar Electric Fencing - JVA

A Bi-Polar Electric Fence is a fence with two sets of live wires, Positive and Negative. As it is a more complicated system, we do not recommend Bi-Polar fences unless you currently have one of the problems that it helps with, such as farms with dry soils and/or suffering from desert-like conditions, animals/livestock that are difficult to contain (e.g. goats) or electrical interference with wireless signals.

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