The Definition of Mesh Size in Nets
In addition to material thickness and the border which is an optional feature of many nets, mesh size is another important differentiating factor in a wide variety of net models. Are you wondering what the difference is between a fine-meshed and a wide-meshed net? A smaller mesh size increases the stability of the net. So if a net is wide-meshed, it tends to be more flexible. In addition, the following rule applies: the larger the mesh size, the higher the permeability of the net.