The world’s largest and strongest aluminum fence is one of the most popular items you can buy in the US.
But that’s about to change.
The Aluminum Diamond plate has been banned from the US because of its ability to break concrete.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is now proposing that all new residential aluminum fences be made of a stronger material, and a more efficient way to manufacture the plates.
The USDA has proposed a ban on aluminum aluminum fences in an effort to protect people from serious injuries caused by cement breakage.
And the Department of Justice is also calling for a ban, saying it could lead to more serious injuries.
“The use of aluminum and other similar materials, especially when they are used for structures with very strong steel frame, has resulted in serious injuries and deaths in the United States,” the USDA says in its proposal.
“These materials have a tendency to fracture when used for construction or other construction projects, which are likely to result in significant injury to the building occupants.”
The Department of Transportation’s Safety and Homeland Security Division says aluminum fences should be banned because they are “unsafe, unsafe and unsound.”
“Aluminum is a non-flammable, non-reactive, highly porous material that can be easily penetrated by sharp objects, such as axes, knives, and screwdrivers, and that can result in a rapid rupture,” the Safety and Security Division states.
“The aluminum alloy is highly porous and can easily be broken down by heat, acids and other solvents, and can also result in fire, which can be a fire hazard.”
The Safety and Safety Division also says aluminum is not a “safe material” because it is “not a solid metal,” and it is also not “as effective at holding its shape” as steel.