Staples are 2-pronged fasteners used to join materials together. In this case, bent wire staples are used to attach wire or other materials to a wooden base material. The crown of the staple forms a bridge over the wire and fastens it with a “leg” on either side of the wire, piercing the wooden base. AFT carries the full line of specialty non-collated wire staples from Grip-Rite.

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Fencing staples are intended for attaching woven wire or barbed wire to wooden fence posts. Alternative applications include insulation installation as well as attaching suspended ceilings to wooden rafters with galvanized tie wire. Fence staples are available with several finish treatments including cement coating, electrogalvanization, bright-unfinished and hot dipped galvanization, which provides protection against rust and corrosive elements. Fencing staples are manufactured to ASTM F1667 specifications. Nine-gauge staples are available in 1", 1-1/8", 1-1/4", 1-1/2", 1-3/4" and 2" lengths, while 6-gauge is only sold in 2-1/2" length.

Poultry net staples are suitable for attaching poultry netting, commonly called chicken wire, to a wood frame. Additionally, they can serve to secure wire fencing, install insulation and suspended ceilings. Electrogalvanized or hot dipped galvanized options of the 14-gauge, 3/4" staples are available. As with fence staples, Grip-Rite poultry staples conform to ASTM F1667 specifications.

Finally, vineyard staples are designed to attach vineyard trellis wire to wooden posts. The 12-gauge electrogalvanized staples are available in three lengths, 1", 1-1/4", and 1-1/2".

All staples are available in 1-lb. boxes. In order to receive the most competitive pricing, request a quote from our knowledgeable sales team. We're here to help!