Debris netting covers safety netting and scaffold netting
Debris netting is used to prevent person from falling down, or to avoid and reduce falling transitive strike damage nets. This netting is general composed of mesh side ropes, tethers an other components. It is widely used in industry, agriculture, construction and other fields. In general, the net can be applied in various construction sites, especially in high rise buildings. At agriculture, debris net also used in greenhouse and so on.
According to its applications, debris netting can be divided into safety netting, scaffold netting, construction debris netting and debris net fall protection. According to materials, it can be divided into plastic netting and nylon netting.
Debris netting has many types for its different materials or applications. It has easy to install, economic and secure solution. In addition to the above, debris net has environmental-friendly, worm resistant, cold resistant, corrosion resistant, etc. Special netting also has particular characteristics, such as safety netting high intensity, clothing stickers, good paste and excellent positioning.
Our debris netting has the feature of flame retardant. And its edges can be well reinforced and with eyelets or without. The most popular debris netting size shows here:
Dense-weave holes: 1.0mm-6.0mm
Made of 100% non-toxic polyethylene
Preferred colour: black, green, white, blue
Length: 50 - 200 metres, or according to customer requirements
Height: 1 metre, 1.5 metre, 2 metre
Density: Heavy duty- 100gsm-400gsm
We also manufacture other netting. For example, knotted polypropylene fiber netting has 3/4 to 1 in squares light weight but strong enough to hold 50 + lbs sizes 13ft. × 13ft. to 17ft. × 17ft. with tie strings in all 4 corners in green, black, red, white and yellow colors. HDPE plastic bag for dates, vegetables and fruits, with opening 3 × 3mm, weight 45/60g/70g/piece, roll size 70cm × 90cm/80cm × 100cm/80cm × 110cm, green, white and red color. More info, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or online chat.