We’ve been pinning down and expanding our product offering over the last month and in so doing, have managed to increase our range of mosquito netting options to accommodate your budget!
Through insightful streamlining, development of new processes for our staff, and diversified product offering to our clients, our business continues to adapt to suit your needs.
The new kid on the block is a more affordable variant within our mosquito netting range which we refer to:
- ‘Soft Tulle’ at 16gsm
- You may already be familiar with our ‘Standard mosquito netting’ at 38gsm
- And our ‘Premium mosquito netting’ (previously referred to as ‘Robust netting’) at 70gsm.
But what does this actually mean?
Netting fabric is a universal term used for describing open mesh fabrics. In net fabric, the threads, are knitted, knotted, looped or twisted at intersections, forming a piece of fabric with many open spaces or holes. These holes, when viewed with a magnifier are formed in geometric shapes (four-sided, six-sided, or more) and the resultant shape of the hole is either square, hexagonal or octagonal. The three types of construction methods (Tricot, Raschel or Bobbinet) determine the shape of these holes. The size of these holes obviously varies greatly depending on the function of the net fabric, in our case, to keep mosquito’s out, but allow air flow in.
Specifications as follows:
The yarn content / composition is 100% Polyester.
* with a multi-filament polyester
* 100% warp knitted
* 75 Denier (Std netting) / 150 Denier (Robust netting)
* 130 square inch mesh content
* 13 horizontal and 10 vertical holes per inch
* bursting strength values at between 583,563 and 550 kpa (Kilo Newtons)
* colour options: white / ivory
To simplify, a higher net gsm/denier can be equated in linen terms, as the higher thread count.