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Shade net (mesh shade)

  • Shade net (mesh shade)
  • Shade net (mesh shade)
  • Shade net (mesh shade)
  • Shade net (mesh shade)

All farmers, growers and gardeners are faced with the situations where hot scorching sun or hail and strong winds can trigger a sharp decline and sometimes a complete loss of a crop of vegetables, flowers or fruit. Shade net - Protection against natural disasters!

Shade net is the best that is available on the market to protect young plants from direct sunlight. Additionally the grid provides plants with continuous protection from the sun by distributing the sun's rays and helping the crop to continually mature.


Material - PE

Light shade - from 18 to 95%

Roll length - from 50 to 100 m

Width - from 1 to 8 meters

Colours - green protective, red, blue, black, transparent.

Shade net is made of light-stabilised polyethylene which is very light but also very strong.

The technology used in shade net is very simple. In a period of rapid increase in temperature on the surface of the greenhouse the stretched mesh causes the temperature inside the greenhouse to drop by 5 - 10 degrees. On cloudy days, when the light and heat are not enough, the net can be easily removed. Additionally shade net is used to protect plastic greenhouses from hail and strong winds.

When using shade net in the open field the material is stretched on to a wooden frame so that the grid is also able to protect plants from direct sun, hail and strong winds.

Shade net is applied:

- In horticulture, in open field and greenhouses.

- In gardens, winter gardens, nurseries, ornamental shrubs and trees.

- On scaffolding during the construction and repair of buildings.

- In children's play areas.

- In sports facilities, stadium, tennis courts, swimming pools, etc.

- In coastal resorts, mountains, water parks, recreation centers.

- In sheds for parking vehicles (cars) and storage of building materials.

- Instead of scrim (easier, cheaper and more uniform shading);

- Protection from "prying eyes" (houses, cottages, gardens and vegetable plots, etc.).

- Protection from birds in silage trenches, grain silos , hay and straw stacks.

- Awning over farm animal pens (cattle, poultry, etc.)

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