Specifics of scaffolding nets

Would you like to know the difference between triangular and rectangular mesh? What are the strong points of PE nets ? The answers in a few words below…

What is a scaffolding net used for ?

The scaffolding net closes off the work area, protects passers-by and the roadway from falling objects and various projections of materials, paint, dust…

What are the strong points of a polyethylene net ?

We mainly work with virgin High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) in the form of monofilaments* or strips, knitted or woven, in micro-mesh.

HDPE has technical characteristics useful for our applications :

  • Water-repellent, the netting does not retain water, does not become heavy and does not deform. Unlike polyamide (PA) and polypropylene (PP).
  • Rigid, which gives the net a firm hold.
  • Shock resistant and has a low coefficient of friction.
  • Resists freezing down to -40°C.
  • Heat resistant, softening point +120°C and melting point +130°C.
  • UV treatment, stabilisation by Ciba Ceigy process.
  • Did you know that we can produce specific nets?
  • We are able to produce the net you want according to your technical specifications (colour, weight, dimensions …) for a minimum quantity of material to be specified following the products.

Triangular or rectangular mesh ?

Tex = Triangular Mesh

ConsoTex, ComproTex, LongoTex, SupraTex
Tight mesh, blackout and stretchable, ideal for fine or liquid splashes.

Rex = Rectangular Mesh
ConsoRex, ComproRex, LongoRex, UniRex
Open mesh, non-extensible, ideal for quick installation on scaffolding.