Custom-made shapes, such as triangular, trapezoid or circular forms, are basically no problem for us to produce. Depending on the net, the only real restriction is the size of the mesh ‐ for instance, it is not possible to make a 30 mm cut in a mesh that is 100 mm wide. To obtain a non-binding offer, it is best to e-mail a simple sketch to us at email@example.com or fax it to +49 (0) 6443 - 819 821.
Our safety nets can be produced and finished to any measurements you choose. Depending on thickness and mesh size, the maximum web width is between 10 and 20 meters and the maximum length is up to a few hundred meters. However, very large sizes such as 25 x 25 meters are also possible. In such cases, several sections of net are sewn together.
Always order safety nets in the sizes that are actually required. We'll deliver a net that fits perfectly. Make sure that you measure from one anchorage point to the next. For instance, if you plan to use 2 cm hooks for fastening the net, then you must naturally deduct 2 cm from the inside width. If the net is to be mounted evenly tensioned in a frame, please state the inside frame measurements.
The multiple options for anchoring safety nets are as diverse as their areas of application. Anchorage also depends on additional factors, such as local circumstances and the strain on the net. The simplest solution is often the best one. You can find an overview of well-proven ways to install your net on the info page Assembly Instructions . If you have any further questions or need a few tips, we're happy to advise you.
Our nets can basically be cut to size. The cut would also have no effect on the adjacent meshes. The material does not untwist any further. In this case the individual strands have to to be cut centrally and not right next to the knot .For nets that are produced with a bordered edge, this would of course be lost at the respective locations. For safety nets (especially for nets according to EN 1263), however, a cut is not advisable.
There is no one answer to this question, as it primarily depends on where the net is going to be used. In outdoor areas, darker nets are less noticeable than light-colored ones, as they contrast less with the background. Conversely, from a certain distance a light-colored net can appear like a wall, due to the heightened contrast. The same is true for the view to the outside (e.g. cat nets on the balcony). However, if the net is to be mounted directly in front of a white wall, white would obviously be the best choice.
In the case of thicker safety nets in indoor areas (e.g. staircase nets or loft bed nets), the color does not affect the visibility of the net. Here, you should base your decision on the colors of the surrounding area or on personal taste.
Yes. All the nets we offer are UV-stable and weather-resistant and therefore can be deployed outdoors without any problem.
The measurements that need to be stated for the length and width refer solely to the two sides of a rectangle. You can rotate and reverse a net just as you like. It therefore doesn't make any difference which measurement you enter into which field. For instance, you can order a product measuring 300 x 500 cm or 500 x 300 cm. The delivered net or fabric would be the same in both cases.
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You can find an overview of all shipping costs on the info page Shipping Charges .
You can find an overview of all countries to which we regularly make shipments on the info page Shipping Charges , which also presents a breakdown of the shipping costs. We also welcome enquiries about shipment to any countries not listed there.
The current delivery period is shown for each individual product. For made-to-measure products, it varies between 3 and 14 days, depending on the product. If you order several products with different delivery periods, then the longest delivery period will apply to that shipment. Unless otherwise agreed, orders are always shipped as one complete delivery.
Our polypropylene and polyester nets can be washed at a low temperature without difficulty. The fabric tarpaulins/sheets on the other hand (in particular our item numbers 720 and 775) would easily shrink in a wash cycle.
Our plastic nets cannot be dyed without further ado, as the material absorbs commercial textile dyes only to a limited extent. If a white background is dyed with a strong pink, the net would assume a bright pink tone. Polyester nets tend to absorb paint better than polypropylene nets.