2017 RAMM Catalog RAMM 2017 Catalog - Page 25

Q & A with RAMM Electric Fence 5 rails of Shockline If branches or limbs fall on my fence, will it create a fire? Our fences are made to be paired with a low impedance fence charger or energizer. That simply means that the charger pulsates rather than staying constantly ‘on’ keeping your fence system safer from risk of a fire. What are the most important things to remember with Electric Fencing? Keep your electric on at all times. Check your fence lines with a fence tester and be sure grass and debris are not touching your bottom rails. Be sure to keep any fallen limbs or branches off your fence rails which can short out your fence. Our RAMM staff can give you helpful tips on keeping your system up and running smoothly. Be sure to ask about electric fence signs to alert people to your fence. How do I know if my Electric Fence is working? The easiest way to know if your fence is working is to test your fence lines with a fence tester. There are several kinds to choose from and they do all the work for you! Another great tool is a fence alert. Simply hang it on a rail that you can easily see, and it will blink if power is off. It’s a simple yet good way to be sure your fence is on at all times. through RAMM Fence. Our experienced staff are here to help for the lifetime of your Pro-Tek electric fence. We recommend following manufacturers installation instructions and keeping your electric fence on at all times. Be sure to have at least one set of ground rods per paddock. More may be required with larger areas or dry conditions. How much does it cost to run my Electric fence? The cost is minimal. Your electricity is only used for the blinking light on the charger and when your horse comes in contact with the fence. In most cases, once your horses know the electric is on, they stay away from your fence. Can I call with questions after I purchase? Absolutely! This is one part of the exceptional value received when purchasing products 25 Call 800.853.1611 | Fax 419.825.2433 | Email ramm@rammfence.com ELECTRIC FENCE Q & A