Railway fencing consists of low carbon steel wires crossing each other and welded at the points of contact. It is primarily used as security fencing for railways. To achieve corrosion resistance, the fence surface undergoes one of the following processes, electroplating, hot-dip galvanizing, spray painting, or dip coating. The whole fence structure is supported by several posts which are made of poured concrete. Such a sturdy fence requires low construction cost while maintaining good structural uniformity. Colorful coatings on the wire mesh offer outstanding corrosion resistance and decorative effect, which also makes the integral fence look brilliant.