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11 Apr 2023 by Tensile Design & Construct
It’s ultra-versatile and its malleable fabric-like nature means it can be wrapped around structures, such as historic monuments and children’s playground equipment.
Webnet is most often used for vertical safety netting – such as on multi-story terraces, balconies, footbridges, multi-level car parks and the like. But it can also be used for horizontal applications – under bridges, next to helicopter landing pads, or as catching nets for falling objects for example.
At a time when designers are looking for ways to cool and green buildings, Webnet mesh can also act as a trellis support for climbing greenery or planter boxes, creating a green wall and safety barrier in one.
There is a lot to unpack with Webnet safety nets, and you can read all about it on the Tensile website.
Start with this blog.
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