Nets referred as “coated” are transportation nets of the same construction as the waterproof tarpaulins but with mesh. They are also called “perforated tarpaulins”
Constructed from a multi-filament polyester thread core, these threads are PVC-coated and UV-stabilised. For our coated micro-mesh skip nets, we select our fabrics of European origin from among the leading coated-fabric manufacturers.
These nets are often used to cover waste skips and in particular net frames on skips or moving floor trailers, but also voluntary collection points (VCP). These coated micro-mesh skip nets are very strong with excellent resistance to tear elongation. Furthermore, their coating means they can be repaired easily. By heating and melting the PVC it is possible to use a repair patch to plug the hole in the nets. The mesh is 1 mm x 1 mm and the nets can therefore be used to cover all types of waste and content.
The coated micro-mesh skip net are often used for shading or screening due to their opacity.
We make these fabrics as standard with a sewn or welded surround onto which we fit eyelets at 0.50 m intervals then we add an 8 or 10 mm elastic rope border. We also make-to-measure coated nets to respond to the needs of our customers: bespoke shapes, reinforcement plate for cables, and installation of eyelets according to the plans, etc.
We have a range of the latest high frequency welding machines but also hot-welding machines.
Our coated micro-mesh net range is available in 3 references:
The strongest net, HSK 800, is used as a Moving Floor frame net.
The standard nets, KSK 250/350, are used as standard for skips according to the colour.