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Diamond Mesh Netting:

  • When looking directly at the netting you will see a Diamonds opposed to Squares
  • You can alter the size and shape by stretching it in either one direction without rope
  • Some sort of edging or border is required for netting to take desired shape
  • Rope is key to get the size and shape you are looking for


Nylon vs Poly:
Benefits of Nylon over imported polyethylene batting cage nets:

  • Nylon is a synthetic material that doesn’t rot
  • Nylon has 3X more Abrasion Resistance
  • Our high tenacity twisted knotted nylon netting is dyed black and bonded for increased U.V., weather and abrasion resistance

 

Rope border:

  • 3/8” black braided polyester rope with 3,200lb breaking strength
  • Extra strength around the perimeter for installation purposes
  • Rope is key for establishing the size and shape of the netting panel
  • Ease of installation with the 5’ tails at corners


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Square Mesh Netting:

  • When looking directly at the netting you will see Squares opposed to Diamonds
  • Takes shape with out border by attaching at corners
  • Square mesh costs a little more but you can get away without using a rope border on all sides
  • If you want a tight panel with no give (overhead netting) square mesh is recommended


Twine Size and Tensile Strength (Lbs) of twisted twines:

 

Nylon

Polyethylene
(Poly-E or HDPE)

#9 (.042”)

86

59

#12 (.046”)

101

70

#15 (.051”)

125

79

#21 (.065”)

209

121

#36 (.085”)

355

180