Type of nets

Nets with support

The nets with support and lace perimeter, as their name implies, allow easy anchoring to walls using their 4 vertexes. It is not necessary to have a horizontal or vertical support area, as the net can be tensed and fastened by each of its endings.

 

We can either customize them, or produce them in standardized measures. The most popular ones are 3 mts x 6 mts and 3 mts x 3 mts.

 

  • With support made of braided coated polyethylene
  • With perimeter wire of 5mm and support fishing net
  • Includes rings on all 4 corners
  • Not flame retardant
  • UV and anti-mould treated tissue
  • Suitable for permanent outdoor exhibition and usage

Nets without support

The nets without support are pieces of die cut tissue, perforated by a plotter or cut by computer, producing a pattern of regular openings. This pattern allows the flow of wind through them, offering minimum resistance to it.

 

These nets do not have a lace perimeter, nor fishing net.

Therefore they are most suitable for perimeter walls or visual cover from neighbours, or for fence covering.

Unlike the nets with support and lace edge, this type of tissue can lean on a wall or any other existing structure, bending in while offering visual protection

We have them in width ranging from 2 mts to 76 mts, allowing a customized size.

They can come in pieces or in rolls of width 2.0 m to 76 m to cut to size.

  • UV and anti-mould treated tissue
  • Suitable for permanent outdoor exhibition and usage

Tissues

Technical tissue with solar protection 

–       100% Polyester fabric. PVC coated. Not micro-perforated. Regular die cut openings imitating leaf litter

 

Micro-perforated screen type

–       100% Polyester fabric. PVC coated. Micro-perforated. Regular die cut openings imitating leaf litter

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  • “…I marvel at our comprehension of the secrets of shadows, our sensitive use of shadow and light. An empty space is marked off with plain wood and plain walls, so that the light drawn into its forms dim shadows within emptiness. There is nothing more. And yet, when we gaze into the darkness that gathers behind the crossbeam, though we know perfectly well it is mere shadow, we are overcome with the feeling that in this small corner of the atmosphere there reigns complete and utter silence; that here in the darkness immutable tranquility holds sway.”
    Junichiro Tanizaki