Knotted Versus Non-knotted Nettingcreative45
If you’ve spent some time checking out the Renco Nets website then you’ll be aware that we sell netting in knotted and non-knotted varieties. However, you might well be wondering about the different properties of these netting types and which are best suited to your needs. Keep on reading as we share the essential details so that you can make an informed buying choice.
Knotted Netting Specs & Benefits
Knotted netting is made following a traditional process, beginning with either a monofilament or multifilament twine. The strands are twisted together to varying degrees, depending on the level of thickness required. We twist the twine to 300 or 400 spools on the net making machine, with the twine being knotted from adjacent spools one row at a time. A standard knot is applied to the corner of each section, with the netting having to be squared after removal from the machine.
You can buy our twisted polyethylene netting and heavy-duty braided polyethylene netting in a variety of specifications. Made from thick twine, such highly-durable netting is suitable for everything from the control of birds to the setting of protective golf and cricket perimeters.
Other benefits of knotted netting include:
- There is little risk of breaking or tearing, given the rigidity of the tied knots
- It is compatible with all netting hardware systems
- It is very easy to repair in the unlikely event of damage
- It can be bought in different sizes to suit your needs.
Non-knotted Netting Specs & Benefits
Also available in different varieties, our knotless netting is made from a next-generation material, noted for its exceptional quality. Made using a unique netting technique with special weaving, you can be assured that our non-knotted netting has the highest level of tensile strength.
You can buy our strong and versatile Polypropylene knotless netting in a range of sizes and colours. A superior choice for safety, the knotless weave effectively prevents little fingers and sensitive skin from catching, particularly where the knots would have been. Such netting is perfectly suitable for bouncy castles, trampolines and any indoor play areas. We’re even able to tailor bespoke knotless netting to suit your needs.
Knotless netting has following benefits:
- It is relatively light and less bulky
- It is unlikely to deteriorate as a result of abrasion
- It requires very little upkeep.
Contact Renco Nets
We hope that this blog has gone some way towards clarifying the suitability of knotted and knotless netting. However, you are very welcome to get in touch with Renco Nets for any further guidance. Simply give us a call on +44 (0) 1469 575 804 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.