- Delivery between 2 to 4 days once your order has been placed.
- Click & Collect available
- 30 day returns policy
PLEASE NOTE: Timber orders require 2 people to assist offloading
A strong plastic netting with a 50mm square holes, a black mesh manufactured from a very high tensile BOP plastic that is stretched during the manufacturing process giving it improved strength and resiliants making it ideal for use around large animals such as deer.
The mesh being lightweight but also very strong means it is commonly used in a wide range of applications both domestic and commercially, the plastic netting is ideal for fencing applications and in particular is a cost-effective solutions when used for deer fencing as an effective barrier to fallow, roe, red and Muntjac deer. The deer fencing netting provides a barrier to deer access to newly planted crops, trees plantings, and against livestock damage to newly planted perimeter hedges on farm land.
- High tensile strength of over 5.8kN/m
- Manufactured from high tensile strength BOP stretched plastic
Installation Notes - When installing for fencing applications, Suregreen Limited highly recommend using straining wires to give extra strength to the plastic netting. Straining line wires are available from Suregreen on this website and are used to keep the fencing taut and strong. Straining lines wires are fixed to the netting at the top using hog ring clips and pliers available on this Website. The 1.8m and 2m meshes may need a 2nd or 3rd line wire as desired. The netting can be fixed to wooden fencing posts or timber stakes using u-nails or nylon cable ties, but for a long term fencing solution we recommend battening the netting as this spreads the strain on individual netting filaments. Battening involves simply fixing the plastic netting between the posts / stakes and another length of treated timber along its length. For further details on installing the netting for fencing click below:
Features & benefits:
- High tensile strength BOP stretched plastic netting - giving the mesh improved strength allowing it to be used around large animals and exposed areas.