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Sports & recreation

Sand and dust protection nets in rolls

Fine-mesh windbreak nets made from knitted UV stabilised polyethylene monofilament, with eyelets woven in lengthwise and every metre widthwise. Suitable for protecting installations and premises against airborne dust and sand.

Quotation request
Quotation requestArticle codeWeightDimensionsWind reductionColourTechnical data sheet
(go to request) 81115..
130 g/m²
2.00m x 50m
50%
(go to request) 81117..
130 g/m²
3.00m x 50m
50%
(go to request) 81119..
130 g/m²
4.00m x 100m
50%
(go to request) 81125..
190 g/m²
2.00m x 50m
70%
(go to request) 81128..
190 g/m²
3.00m x 100m
70%
(go to request) 81129..
190 g/m²
4.00m x 100m
70%

Mounting a windbreak net on steel poles

1. Installation of the poles:
- The poles need to be anchored firmly into the ground, and from a height of 4 metres, the poles need to be braced,
- To determine the dimensions of the poles and anchors as well as the spacing between the poles, it is advisable to call in an engineering firm.
2. Draw marks on the poles at the level of the polyester eyelets (every metre or every 1.5m) to indicate where the wire ropes need to be attached; subsequently, Ø 8mm holes are drilled into the poles through which the wire ropes are strung.
3. Ø 4/6mm PVC-coated steel wire ropes are strung through the poles and tensioned.
4. The side of the net is attached to the first pole by means of an aluminium rod by turning the net a few times around the rod and fixing the rod onto the pole by means of self-drilling screws. The net is tightly tensioned and attached to the last pole by repeating the procedure.
5. The net is fixed to the steel wire ropes by means of cable ties looped through the eyelets at maximum 25cm intervals.


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