Tarpaflex Debris Netting is made from UV stabilised polyethylene monofilaments which creates an open mesh netting. Primarily used on scaffolding systems to keep any rubbish or debris contained on a building site, it improves site safety by reducing the risk of objects falling outside the working area. By aiding the containment of debris, a safer environment is afforded to both workers and the general public.
Debris Netting can be used to create a barrier or partition sites during sports or recreational events. It is also extremely popular and widely used as a general garden netting, in allotments and farms to place over plants, crops or vegetation to help protect produce.
We have now introduced a Flame Retardant Debris Netting to our range. Available in white, this netting is manufactured to a BS standard 7955 and is approved by the Loss Prevention Certification Board to LPS 1215, conforming fully to the requirements of the Joint Code of Practice
For securing the netting, we advise using our Cable Ties for a long term fitting or our elasticated Shock Cords for use where the netting will be erected and taken down on a regular basis.
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- Approx 70gsm (grams per square metre) 70gsm Flame Retardant white netting, with red & orange banding to denote retardancy100gsm heavy duty netting available in greyKnitted eyeholes along both edges and through the centre
- Mesh size : approx 2mmDensity : 50%Very popular garden nettingColours: Black, Blue, Green, Red, Grey, White or YellowAvailable in 1m, 2m or 3m widths (selected colours)
Looking for more details? Visit our Product Info page for information on the construction and manufacture of this tarp.
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