Permanent Style Side Netting

Permanent Style Side Netting

Permanent style side nets are designed to be left on the trellis for the life of the nets.  Nets can be safely stored on an upper wire or lower wire during the winter/spring months.  All nets are made from 100% virgin H.D.P.E. cylindrical mono-filament with reinforced strips and edges for strength. All nets are 100% lockstitched and carry a 10-year pro-rata UV warranty against product failure.

Ice Wine

  • 90 gsm
  • 4mm square mesh with reinforced center stripe and reinforced edges with eyelets
  • Maximum protection against birds & insects while allowing sufficient air flow and sunlight
  • Black
  • Reinforced edges with eyelets 
  • Suitable for deer protection
  • Permanent installation

TightLoch

  • 50 gsm
  • 3mm x 5mm triangular mesh
  • Maximum protection against birds & insects while allowing sufficient air flow and sunlight
  • Black
  • Reinforced edges with eyelets 
  • Suitable as deer protection
  • Suitable for permanent installation

PermaNet

  • 50 GSM
  • 4mm x 10mm triangular mesh
  • Maximum protection against birds while allowing sufficient air flow and sunlight
  • Choice of white or black
  • Reinforced edges with eyelets
  • Suggested for sites with moderate to heavy bird pressure
  • Suitable as deer protection
  • Suitable for permanent installation

CrystaLoch

  • 40 GSM
  • 2mm x 7mm rectangular mesh
  • Opaque (semi-translucent)
  • Reinforced edges with eyelets
  • Suggested for sites with moderate to heavy bird pressure
  • Suitable as deer protection
  • Suitable for permanent installation
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Size

31" x 1650', 40" x 1650', 48" x 1650', 40" x 660'

Type

Crystaloch, Tightloch, Permanet, Icevine

Color

White, Black, Opaque

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