Conwed netting is formed by consistent integral joints
that create a durable web structure.
Requesting special netting designs with dense, thin or flat
joints may be triggered by convenience reasons. For example,
some plastic fence users may require flat surfaces to avoid
injury during shipping, handling and installation. In other
instances, netting with thick joints helps separate materials or
protect objects. The oil & gas industry utilizes Conwed netting
with heavy and thick joints to safeguard pipelines as the joints
help absorb impact of uneven backfill.
The filtration industry is a highly technical industry with
strict performance targets and ongoing innovation. Conwed
netting joints actually deliver flow channel gapping in
separation applications, improving filter efficiency. Unusual
designs may even combine low and high joints to target
specific functionalities in new generation products.
The standard netting configuration has joints that seem to be slight protuberances where strands in opposite
directions collide. However, Conwed is able to modify the netting joints along with other characteristics to fit the
final product application.