Wire Mesh Netting
Wire mesh netting is commonly used as anti-vandalism netting thanks to its extremely strong structure. Wire mesh netting comes in three variations including Hercules netting, Mahulan netting and Powernet netting. Each is used in different circumstances but all can be used as anti-vandalism netting.
Standard wire rope netting is manufactured from steel and can be coated in textile or left as a steel net. Steel nets are used in areas that are prone to vandalism and where traditional fibre nets would be unsuitable. Wire mesh netting comes in two different diameters, 6mm mesh and an 8mm mesh. It is also available in either a 10cm mesh diameter or a 15cm mesh diameter. It is often called ‘Powernet’ and has a square mesh configuration with galvanised steel wire ropes.
Mahulan steel knotless netting can be used as safety netting and has a mesh size of 60mm or 105mm. This type of wire mesh netting has a steel core which is coated in high tenacity, flame-retardant polypropylene. This makes it incredibly strong and durable in many situations. Mahulan steel netting comes in a fixed width of 3m but can be cut to any length.
Hercules netting can also be called safety and stop netting. This type of netting was devised to partition fields and to stop balls from going behind goal posts or barriers. Much like the Mahulan netting it is made from polypropylene with a steel core for maximum strength and longevity. The diameter of the net is approx. 2.5/5mm and it comes in a mesh size of 100mm. Again, this type of netting is perfect for installaion in unsurpervised oublic areas.
To calculate the price of your netting you can use the pricing calculator located on the product pages. Simply enter the width and the length that you need and you will be able to see the cost and place your order online.