Nets are made of knotted polyethylene (HDPE) hence is UV resistant. HDPE nets are chemically inert, water and weather proof. It has high breaking strength. Nets are fixed using stainless steel wire framework and hardwares. For Further specifications, the nets are fixed using wire rope, net bolts, screw pins, barrel strainers and hogging staples .This helps tight installation of nets that cannot be stretched, giving it a strong, clean & beautiful appearance.
A safety net is a net to protect people from injury after falling from heights by limiting the distance they fall, and deflecting to dissipate the impact energy. The term also refers to devices for arresting falling or flying objects for the safety of people beyond or below the net. A installer will come to your site, attach the nets to the insides of the top plates of your structure, just beneath where people are working, thus creating a safe “catching net” if someone was to fall the trusses or forming the roof itself.
The Katchakid serves as a barrier between the child and water. While the network is in good condition, correctly positioned and tightened, the network can support the weight of a small child near the edge of the pool.
Key points Falls prevention is about adjusting your child’s home and play environment so it’s safe as he grows. Close supervision is also key to safety. Babies can fall from raised surfaces like beds, change tables and high chairs. Children can fall from furniture, windows and balconies and down stairs. Slippery baths are also risky. This guide has detailed tips for minimising falls risks in your home.
All safety nets used must be subjected to an annual test of the energy absorption capacity of the net. When new, a safety net will normally be supplied with three test meshes loosely attached to the safety net. At no more than 12 month periods a test mesh will be taken off and tested.