Tools

Modern Fence Technologies offers a variety of tools that are needed in the fence industry. From Bear Claws to Router Bits, we have you covered to be able to complete you fence jobs.

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PVC Router Bits

ACS-250
The router bits we offer are custom engineered to cleanly cut PVC without chipping, and for long-lasting sharpness. They are made of fine grain 100% carbide, for superior strength and edge characteristics. Balanced to high tolerances, they are designed to work at 40,000 rpm, allowing faster feed rates with lower feed pressures. This places less stress on machine bearings while increasing productivity. Single "O" flute design for rapid ship removal.

Rail Remover

KNR-TRR1555
For removal of vinyl fence rails. Insert the blades on both sides of the rail to unlock the snap-lock tabs. Makes repairs or replacement of rails faster, easier, and safer!

Rail Remover

KNR-TRR235
For removal of vinyl fence rails. Insert the blades on both sides of the rail to unlock the snap-lock tabs. Makes repairs or replacement of rails faster, easier, and safer!

Apple Jack

KNR-AJ
Used for setting wire to correct height before tying fence off. Use as a third hand and save manpower.

Pumpkin Claw

KNR-PC
Use to safely hang fencing during installation. Works properly when used every 20 to 30 feet to secure before tying fence off

Banana Clip

KNR-BC
Ease your fencing installation! Designed to slide on top rail as you tension the fabric. Use Banana Clips to hang fence on outside of top rail. Great for stretching fabric. Holds fence up before tying off. Used every 20 to 30 feet for safe use.

Banana Clip

VM-BC-Plastic
Ease your fencing installation! Designed to slide on top rail as you tension the fabric. Use Banana Clips to hang fence on outside of top rail. Great for stretching fabric. Holds fence up before tying off. Used every 10 to 20 feet for safe use. Labor saver.

Chain Link Knuckle Twist Tool

KNR-PRKT
Use instead of pliers for easy to control knuckling after weaving or offsetting chain link fabric. Also, useful when stretching barbed wire.