New Virgin HDPE Anti-insect Nets for Garden

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100000 m²
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10000000 m²/month

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Garden insect net is easily applied either by hand or with hand-held dispenser; the wrap adheres to itself once it is wrapped around the pallet or around goods and protects the goods against dust and weather and will retain its tension whilst in transit.


Applications:PROTECT ALL THE CROPS,VEGETABLES ETC. 

New Virgin HDPE Anti-insect Nets for Garden


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Description

New virgin HDPE garden insect nets

Material:100%virgin HDPE

Net Weight:30-40-50-55-60g/M2

mesh:1*1mm;2*2mm;3*3mm;4*4mm

Colour:WHITE(as per required)

Width:1.22M;1.64M(as per required)

Roll Length:1000M;2000M;3000M(as per required)

Type:Wrap knitted 

Delivery Time:within 15days after the order of 20fcl

U.V.:As per required 

M.0.Q.:1.5-2T 

Terms of Payment:T/T;L/C

Supplying capacity:70T/MONTH 

Packing

1.one roll packed with one strong PP bag with one color label

2.one piece packed with one strong PP bag with one color label;several pieces put in a carton


FAQ:

1. How many years can it be used?

At least three years, it can also be customized according to the customer's requirements.

2. What color is it made?

Black, Green, White, Dark Green, Bule o it is customized according to the customer's requirements.

3. How to transport?

Usually, we use the container by sea transportation.




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