What is Drain Pipe Debris Netting?
Drain Pipe Debris Netting is an incredibly useful tool for preventing debris from entering stormwater systems. It is made of high-tenacity polypropylene, which is a type of plastic that is highly resistant to abrasion, moisture, and chemicals. This makes the netting highly durable, reusable, and cost-effective. The nets consist of knotless netting with a mesh size of 1-3/4 inches square. This mesh size is ideal for capturing debris of all sizes, from large branches and leaves to smaller pieces of litter. The closed end of the net has a web border cinched together using a 1/4” polyester rope, which allows for easy emptying and maintenance.
- • Custom sizes available
- • Easy to install & maintain
- • Two attachment options
How Does Drain Pipe Debris Netting Work?
Drain Pipe Debris Netting is a highly beneficial solution that can be used in a diverse range of environments, such as construction sites, industrial facilities, and parking lots to help protect local waterways and aquatic life from pollutants and other harmful materials.
These nets are designed to be attached to the outflow pipes of drainage systems, where they can catch a wide range of waste materials, including cans, bottles, food wrappers, leaves, sediments, and other organic matter. They can be installed on both flush and exposed mount drainage systems, making them a versatile solution for a variety of settings.
When the nets become full, they can be easily detached and emptied, making it a simple process to keep our waterways clean and healthy. To increase their effectiveness against smaller debris particles, an inner liner can be added to the netting. Overall, investing in Drain Pipe Debris Netting is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to prioritize environmental protection and ensure the proper functioning of stormwater systems.
If you have other custom product requirements using string-reinforced poly, please let us know. We offer a wide range of customization options.
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