Shading nets are available in various types, suitable for a wide range of applications.
But which one is right for each application? The answer, in simple terms, is, that although all nets have similar characteristics, each one has undergone necessary improvements so that each type meets a different purpose for the application chosen.
1. Agricultural Applications
These types of shading nets, commonly referred to as agricultural shading nets, are used to create net gardens and also protect plants and greenhouses. Their main purpose is to reduce the exposure of crops to sunlight and to create the best conditions for a successful harvest.
2. Scaffolding – Building Coverage
Scaffolding – building coverage nets are similar to agricultural shading nets and are designed to protect from dust falling and building materials. In addition to agricultural shading nets, scaffolding nets can be constructed with reinforcements and trusses (support rings) perimetrically. They can also be printed with the customer’s brand.
3. Rooftop Shading
Placing shading nets on the rooftop of a building can help
s, you manage intense summer temperatures and sky high energy bills. These nets are installed across the roof of your premises to provide shade and conduct cool temperatures into the rooms below.
4. Pool Shading
Pool Shading is ideal for providing partial shade over swimming pools and sunbathing areas. These sail shaped fabric coverings come in almost every color you can think of and can be overlapped to provide cover for larger areas if required.
5. Terrace & Balcony Shading
This type of shading is built to reflect away UV rays and keep your desired area cool. With many color options and the ability to overlap them for a stylish look they’re perfect for patios and balconies, they can even be taken down in the cooler months and cleaned ready for the next use.
6. Camping Shading
Shading nets are suitable for creating tents and other communal coverings. For those with large communal areas or gardens a well placed shading net can give you a little decorative flair, while creating the perfect shaded spot to relax and get away from the sun.