Protection

 

Protection

A diversity of products for many different kinds of protection - against the sun, wind and snow, against birds, insects and moles from entering, against attacks on your plants, and against damages on forest trails etc.

Anti-bird Netting
Protects your garden and vineyard from being attacked by birds.
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Insect Netting
Keeps mosquitoes, flies and other insects out in a very effective way. At the same time the netting gives a good fresh air circulation.
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Shading Netting
Effective protection of the plants in greenhouses against the sun’s rays.
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Tree Guard Mesh
Protects fruit trees and bushes against damage to the bark caused by rabbits and other animals.
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Windbreak - Horticulture
Creates a peaceful and environmentally friendly atmosphere in the garden and protects the plants against the wind.
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BOP Nets
Nets that protect against birds. Installing BOP nets in ridges of stables, cowsheds and similar buildings prevents birds from flying into the buildings.
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Mole Stop
Protects private gardens as well as public grass or playing fields against mole attacts.
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Snow Fencing
Screens and protectss in an effective way against drifting snow. These types can also with great advantage be used to prevent sand drift along coasts.
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Vine Nets
Nets that protect the vine plants against the wind and from attacks from rodents.
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Fencing
Nets for protection and fencing of natural resorts etc. The net can also be used for marking of "no trespassing" areas.
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Poultry Net
Soft net for “floors” in cages – protects sensitive hen feet.
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Temporary Road/Car Park
Grass areas can easily be reinforced with EXPO-NET reinforcement nets in places which are to be used as e.g. temporary roads, protection of forest trails or car parks for animal shows etc.
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Windbreak - Animal Farming
Different types of nets that screen and protect against the wind, but at the same time keep the ventilation effect.
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