A range of closed or open mesh nets to contain debris and items on skips, whether stationary or in transit.
The following taple provides a guide to help select the approximate net size depending on the skip size:
|Skip Size/Type||Skip Dimensions (feet)||Skip Dimensions (meters)||Net Size (feet)||Net Size (meters)||Debris Net Product Code|
|2 Yard Mini||5 x 4||1.5 x 1.2||8 x 6||2.4 x 1.8||NM104|
|3 Yard Mini||5 x 4||1.8 x 1.2||8 x 6||2.4 x 1.8||NM104|
|4 Yard Mini||7 x 5||2.1 x 1.5||8 x 6||2.4 x 1.8||NM104|
|6 Yard Builders||10 x 5||3 x 1.5||12 x 9.5||3.7 x 2.9||NM039A|
|8 Yard Builders||12 x 6||3.6 x 1.8||18 x 10||5.46 x 3||NM055|
|10 Yard Maxi||12 x 6||3.6 x 1.8||18 x 11.5||5.5 x 3.5||NM056G|
|12 Yard Maxi||13 x 6||4 x 1.8||18 x 12||5.5 x 3.7||NM057|
|14 Yard Maxi||13 x 6.5||4 x 2||18 x 12||5.5 x 3.7||NM057|
|16 Yard Maxi||13.5 x 6||4.1 x 1.8||18 x 12||5.5 x 3.7||NM057|
|18 Yard Maxi||13.5 x 6.5||4.1 x 2||18 x 12||5.5 x 3.7||NM057|
However, we stock a large range of skip nets in different sizes and colours to cover all types of skips and containers.
Our skip nets are made from heavy weight mesh nets, with reinforced edging, eyelets, and a bungee cord threaded around the periphery. The nets provide a high level of flexibility which allows the net to change shape and adapt to different load volumes. Skip nets can also be made from knotless polypropylene or knotted polyethylene, depending on specific requirements. Please contact us for further information.
We supply these tough nets to many local authorities and waste movement contractors to ensure their cargo is contained during transport. Strong, durable and versatile, these skip nets can also be used by cargo carriers such as cars, vans and lorries, train, and air or sea freight carriers. These nets can also be used in warehouses to cover the tops or sides of stillages, cages and roll cages.
Drivers have a duty under the provisions introduced into the Road Traffic Act 1988 by the Road Traffic Act 1991 to secure all loads on their vehicles and to avoid physical injury and damage to people and property during transport operations. As advised in the Department of Transport Code of Practice document on Safety of Loads on Vehicles (3rd Edition, 2002), it is a legal requirement that all loads carried on vehicles are secured, no matter the length of the journey. This protects people involved in loading, unloading, and driving the vehicle, as well as other road users and pedestrians.