Important facts about ship railing nets
When waves get rough, the deck can sometimes sway violently. In such cases, the railing protects the crew and passengers of a ship from going overboard. To maximise the safety precautions, it is well worth also installing a railing net, which is a great help on a rough voyage or when a vessel is listing heavily. The railing net allows ship passengers to feel completely safe in all weather conditions.
The railing net can be produced in different models and materials. The most common kind are knotted or knotless plastics. Depending on the application, the railing and thus also the railing net must have a certain width: ships on the high seas should be equipped with a 90 cm-high railing, and the railing of a passenger ship is 1.10 m high.
Ship railing nets for every application
Safetynet365 offers railing nets with a fixed width of 60 cm. This safety net is used on the decks of sailing ships, yachts and the like. It is made of the high tenacity material nylon, with an ample material thickness of 3 mm.
Order our ship railing net by the meter or as a 50 m model, which can be delivered on a roll.
In addition, you have the option of having your ship railing net produced in an individually made-to-measure width and length, to make it suitable for the above-mentioned vessels as well. With a mesh size of 45 mm and a maximum tensile strength of 1100 N, the ship railing net can easily take the weight of a human body.