Fence staples for the StockAde ST400i, StockAde Pneumatic ST400, ST315i and ST315 along with the discontinued impulse wire fence staplers ST250 and 200S. All staples are class 3 galvanized with divergent tips and designed for StockAde fencing staplers, however the 9 gauge staples will work in Freeman, Powermate, and Iron Horse staplers. The 10 1/2 gauge staples that fit the 315 series will also work in Fasco tools.
If you plan on ordering 10 or more cartons, please call your order in so freight can be calculated accurately. The website will likely show a much higher rate for large heavy shipments.
See below for common questions about quantity.
How many staples do I need?
A number of factors determine the quantity of staples needed to complete a job properly. The length of the fence line, the type of fence, distance between posts, the number of supports & corners, and whether you have an additional line of barbed wire on top of your wire mesh.
As a rule of thumb; There are 5,280 feet in a mile and the most common distance between posts is 8 feet, giving you 660 posts per mile. Now factor in the type of fence you are putting up. Is it welded wire, woven, or five strands? Multiply the number of posts you need by the number of staples required per post based on your fence type. Double staple the supports.
In our plain vanilla example above, 660 x 5 (staples per post) = 3,300 + 50 (two at the supports) = 3,350 staples per mile. Please know that your situation will vary and it is always wise to have more than you estimate you will need.
We get orders to overnight staples to rural areas so contractors can finish jobs on time. This is an expensive way to resupply! A little pre-planning goes a long way to keeping costs down.