Material : Polyethylene which is very resistant to sun damage. Polyethylene is a very versatile material. I bought a canoe this year 2012 that was made out of Polyethylene. This is the same material our heavy knotted netting that we use on our own farm and have shipped to thousands of customers across the world.
Construction : TT Agriculture Fabric is a Tape/Tape Raschel Knitted structure manufactured from 100% virgin polyethylene (HDPE) UV stabilized material. Its unique lock stitch construction allows the customer to cut the fabric without the worry of the fabric unraveling.
Easy Installation : Lightweight, pliable, weatherproof & maintenance-free, You can install it with hog rings or cable ties.
- Wind sheltering for Tennis Court
- Swimming pool covers
- Swimming pool shade
- Patios & decks
- Carports (Shade & Hail Protection)
- Raising any type of poulty, pheasant, waterfowl, etc.
- Put over the top of a dog kennel
- Shade for your cattle, horses, etc.
- Fasten to a fence for a privacy screen or wind break
- Garden barrier for deer & other animals.
- Safety enclosure around building construction
- Shading for restaurants and resorts
We are a family business started by my grandfather over 50 years ago. We intend on being in business for another 50 years. We have over 20 years' experience with netting & have shipped to 10's of thousands of customers worldwide. We only sell quality, well made products.
What's The Difference?
Nylon vs. Polyethylene: Our Polyethylene nets, the UV inhibitors are inside the Polymeric blend that gets extruded into the individual fibers. These fibers are twisted or braided into twine. Since the UV inhibitor is built into the fibers, it can't wear off. Polyethylene doesn't absorb water, doesn't rot, and loses very little strength year to year. Their Nylon nets are coated with a UV inhibitor which tends to wear off in a year or two. Nylon absorbs water, encouraging mold, mildew, and rotting. See picture above. Typically a new nylon net used outside in direct sun will lose 15% to 20% of its tensile strength each year.