Nets are manufactured with high-density polyethylene yarn.
Stabilisers were added to the raw material, that is substances which add extra resistance to the net, protecting it from weather conditions & especially from ultra violet radiation, the main cause of damage to plastic.
Nets maintain their initial condition & and are resistant to damage.
They are new, made of virgin materials, without flaws or damage.
They are resistant to temperatures from -20°C to +50°C, to chemical oxidation, to pesticides and other similar substances.
They are extremely resistant to external pressure and charges (hail, snow).
The edges and middle of the net are reinforced.
They weigh around 55+gr and their mechanical strength exceeds 500 GSM (grams per sq metre).
This netting has a main mesh with additional cross weave stitches around measuring 4×7 mm.
The stabiliser added allows for a longer product life, following the decision of the Hellenic Organisation of National Insurance (ELGA that is around six years and according to the use made).
The technical and commercial company WINE METAL was established in 1980 in Nemea, the heart of agricultural production and the world famous wine, specialising in the construction of viticulture systems. They have made considerable progress since.