Debris Netting Info / Construction

Debris Netting Info / Construction



Our debris netting is made from UV stabilised polyethylene monofilaments incorporating button-hole eyelets for easy attachment to scaffolding and fencing. Its tight 2-3mm open mesh construction reduces wind loading on scaffold structures and it improves site safety by reducing the risk of small objects or debris falling outside the work area. By aiding the containment of debris and rubbish, our netting creates a safer environment for both workers and the general public alike.

Debris netting can be used to partition sites or create a barrier during sports or recreational events. Its use by those with allotments is also becoming increasingly popular.

Tarpaflex cable ties are recommended for fixing the debris netting to scaffolding or fencing. For normal conditions we recommend using 100 cable ties for a 50m roll.

Please refer to our Online Brochure for more information.

Debris Netting

Debris Netting


Our 50m rolls of 70gsm debris netting are available in green, blue, black, red, orange, or yellow. We also have 20m mini rolls available, in green and black, and 1m x 50m rolls in green.

We also stock a 2m x 50m 100gsm Heavy Duty grey netting, as well as a 80gsm Flame Retardant netting. Available in white, this netting is manufactured to US Standard NFPA 701, certified by the US National Fire Protection Association which tests things such as curtains, window shades, awnings, tents, tarpaulins and other fabric structures and banners.

The NFPA 701 test measures how flammable a product is when exposed to specific sources of ignition, as well as the ignition resistance of that fabric after it is exposed to a flame for 12 seconds. The flame, char length, and flaming residue are all recorded, and the fabric will pass the test if all samples meet the following criteria:
1. an after flame of less than 2.0 seconds
2. a char length of less than 6.5”
3. the specimen does not continue to flame after reaching the floor of the test chamber
Fabric certified as flame retardant is certified to have been tested to and passed the NFPA 701 test.