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Stainless steel bird spikes 2 to 6 row spikes for bird control

Stainless steel bird spikes system has proven to be one of the best and most effective methods of bird control. The stainless steel spikes to protect roofs, ledges, fences, billboards from pigeons and seagulls, without hurting the birds.


stainless steel spikes on a stainless steel bar
Material: stainless steel 1.4301 (due to the flexible elastic spring steel, there is no danger of injury to pigeons)
Spikes wire diameter 1.3mm or 1.5mm, 130mm length
Distance between centers: 25mm
Technology: stainless steel spikes fully welded to stainless steel bar
Strip length: 50cm
Strip width:3cm
strip thickness: 2mm

Package: 100 pc (50 liner meters) in a box

1-row spikes covers a range of 4 - 5cm
2-row spikes covers a range of 10cm, Amount of spikes per 50cm bar: 32
3-row spikes covers a range of 15cm
4 - row spikes up to 20cm width against seagulls landings.
5-row spikes covers a range of 23cm
6-row spikes covers a range of 26cm

Stainless steel bird spikes in 2-row spikes

Stainless steel bird spikes in 3-row spikes

Stainless steel bird spikes in 4-row spikes

Stainless steel bird spikes in 5-row spikes

Stainless steel bird spikes in 6-row spikes


Cornices, window sills, thin pipes, balcony railings, billboards, advertising signs, sign letters, light boxes, steel beams, and bridges.


This stainless bird spikes can be sticked with special glue or fastening holes with screws. The protected area must be free of dust and grease.
Spikes wire should beyond the edge of protected area.
The spacing between adjacent spikes should not be more than 60mm for pigeon spikes.

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