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Our black plastic high tensile mesh is made from tough, extruded polypropylene. The plastic strands on the netting are very thin, but extremely strong and very difficult to tear with your hands. The result is a mesh which is light-weight, inconspicuous, and durable.
This product is ideal for fruit cages and anti-bird nets. The small hole size is perfect for keeping out all wild birds. The mesh can also be used as netting on poultry and pheasant enclosures. It is also an excellent choice to prevent your cat from escaping from the garden.
Given that the netting is light-weight and flexible, it may require the support of our galvanized line wire.
All measurements +/- 15%. If you require a micrometer reading of the wire thickness then please call us on 01782 820 970.
Hi folks, We'd like to make a roof-like structure please for an enclosed garden. It has timber fencing all the way around at 1.8 metres high. I.e. we can attach the net/mesh 'roof' to the edges of the fence and support it with a timber frame in the middle as necessary to prevent sagging. The fenced plot is 4.3 metres wide and 6.5 metres long. The main idea is to keep cats from leaving a 'Mr. Whippy' on the lettuces and we're hoping that, because the net/mesh won't give them much purchase or will be unpleasant to chew, they'll be put off. I'd prefer to keep birds out also if possible. I think a whole roof structure of firm wire mesh might look a bit 'prison-campy' but there are more than a dozen semi-feral, seriously mean cats fed by a neighbour (i.e. they're not going anywhere) and so I'm not sure that an internally inclined partial wire mesh will work- they'll just jump in and get stuck and then probably try to rip my face off when I open the gate. Do you have any recommendations please? Might PVC-coated wire mesh/netting be the way to go? Many thanks in anticipation
Having discussed this with my colleague, we think that the best solution may be to use a high tensile plastic mesh. This is often used at the top of fencing to keep cats in a garden, and if installed correctly should also keep them out!
The mesh is lightweight i.e. net-like, and so will need to be supported. However, the material is strong, and would be difficult to tear by hand. The advantage of using this product is that although it is strong, the material is quite thin and black in colour - therefore, it is relatively unobtrusive. The material is also used as an anti-bird netting, and so it will keep wild birds out of the garden as well.
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