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Non-woven covering material

  • Non-woven covering material
  • Non-woven covering material
  • Non-woven covering material

The beginning of the era of non-woven materials is considered to be the 1930s. The first samples were created in Europe. These were fabrics of viscose fibers held together by chemical bonds. Several were later created in other ways with alternate raw materials and types of bonding.

Nonwoven fabrics are made from high quality synthetic polypropylene fibers that are protected by a special UV stabiliser. Incidentally the quality of non-woven covering material depends on the quality of the UV stabilizer.

The material is intended to cover vineyards, plantations, orchards and greenhouses. Specifically used to improve product quality and to maintain a balanced temperature.


Material - PP

Size - up to 400cm (to cover the top and sides)

Weight - 150g/m2 Standard

UV stabilizing additives - yes / no

May be unilateral or bilateral depending on customers requirements.

The material is specially manufactured with reinforced center and edges for maximum long-term use.

The material is excellent protection from the rain, drop in night temperature and winter frosts. It is an ideal coating for harvest manipulation allowing control of the time of ripening with the possibility to postpone the beginning of the harvest.

Lightness and durability, inexpensive price, ease of use and resistance to frost and fire are the main performance characteristics of nonwoven materials. They also have a very wide temperature range of - 60 to 100 ° C.

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