sunshade net with high quality Black with Blue Line

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Shade Sails & Enclosure Nets

Place of Origin:

Shandong China (Mainland)





Shade rate:

30%-95%

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:

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

Delivery Detail:

15days after the order

Specifications

Material:HDPE+UV
Color :Black,Green,Red,Yellow,Blue,etc
Length: As your request
Width: 2~6m
Shade rate: 30%~95%,

Specifications :

Description

100% HDPE Green Sunshade net

Material

HDPE(High-density polyethylene)

Net weight

50-350gsm (as your request)

Net width

6'x20'(1.83mx6.1m),Or other size is available (6meters Max.)

Rolls Lengths

On request(10m,50m,100m,200m etc.)

Shade rate

30%-95%

Colours

Green,Black ,Yellow,gray...... ( as your request)

Type

Warp knitted

U.V.

CIBA( 1-5 year)

Supply capacity

5tons per month

Packing

1.one roll packed with one strong PP bag.

2.one piece packed with one strong PP bag and several pieces put in a carton.

3.one roll packed with one strong PP bag and several one put in a woven bag.

Terms of Payment

1.30% T/T in advance,70%T/T after copy B/L.

2.L/C at sight;L/C 30days;L/C 45days.

3.Western union.

Deliver time

30-45 days after the order confirmed or the deposit released

Function of shading net:

Shade net will Blocks sun &heat, Provides 75% More Shades, Lower temperature, Protect against harmful ultraviolet Rays

Used to provide shade against sunlight and control temperature

Shade net-can also be used-for-greenhouses to protect flowers, trees against frost ,and hail damage It can also used for playhouse ,temporary fencing,

shade fabrics give uniform shading and allow crops to retain more moisture. Our shades can help reduce temperature extremes on plants and slow heat loss at night.

Easy to install with optional accessories if necessary.

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