Anti Insect Net for greenhouse

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Introduction anti insect net:

It is weaved byHigh-density polyethylene (HDPE) UV stabilized mono filament, and is widely usedin greenhouse construction.



Specifications:

Material

base  fabric

Fabric  Weight

Uv.  Content

Temperature  range

HDPE

80gsm  up to 200gsm

Standard  Weight: 80gsm, 110gsm, 125gsm

0.3%  or 0.5%

-40  ~ +80oC

Width: 1m, 1.5m,2m (can be joined to 10m)

Length: 20m, 50m,100m

Color: Black, Green, DarkGreen

Minimum life length: 4 years, under normalweather conditions and use.

Applications:

- Being aneffective protection against insects like white fly, etc.

- Helpingreduce the use of phytosanitary products against insects/plagues.

- Allowingmaximum ventilation in hot seasons.


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