Plastic Diamond Mesh Netting
Plastic diamond net mesh netting is produced with the strands in opposite directions overlaying each other. This joint structure is quite different from the Square Mesh Extruded Plastic Netting structure. The overall thickness of extruded plastic diamond netting will essentially be twice the thickness of each strand, although there will typically be some melding of the strands at the joint.
Normally, the strands in each direction are produced uniformly, and the product looks the same from one side of the material as the other. This type of netting is marketed as "bi-planar", where both sides are structurally the same and the strands are forming a plane or channel along the net.
Most products are available from inventory in bulk rolls or custom cut sizes. Utilize Industrial Nettings' Custom Converting Services to receive the specific sized netting for your needs. Some of these services include slitting, sheeting, or die cutting. Choose from a broad range of hole apertures, thicknesses, and material resins - or contact us to help identify a specific product for your intended application.
Diamond Mesh Netting will stretch under tension causing the hole shape to elongate in one direction and narrow in the other. This "accordion affect" causes the tensioned dimension to shorten and the perpendicular dimension to grow as material relaxes. Tolerances only apply at time of cutting.
Tolerances vary with apertures (hole sizes), weights, thicknesses and roll widths