are specially designed fabrics that are used to provide shade and protection from the sun's harmful UV rays. They are commonly used in agriculture, horticulture, and construction industries to create shaded areas that can protect plants, crops, and workers from excessive sunlight and heat. Shade nets are made from materials such as polyethylene or polypropylene and come in a variety of colors, densities, and sizes to suit different needs. They can be installed using a variety of methods, such as hooks, cables, or poles, and can be customized to fit specific areas or structures. Shade nets offer several benefits, including reducing the risk of heat stress, protecting against sun damage, improving plant growth, and creating more comfortable working conditions.
The lifespan of shade nets can vary depending on several factors, such as the quality of the material, the intensity of the sunlight, the weather conditions, and the frequency of use. Generally, high-quality shade nets made of durable materials can last for 5-10 years or more, with proper care and maintenance. However, lower quality shade nets may deteriorate more quickly, especially if exposed to harsh weather conditions or intense sunlight. It's also important to regularly clean and inspect shade nets for signs of wear and tear, such as fraying, holes, or discoloration, and replace them as needed to ensure they continue to provide effective shading and protection.Brown White Shade Net 100GSM
6-needle shade net in brown and white with tonal stitching. The sunshade net is made of polyethylene (HDPE) material with about 1-5% UV stabilizer and antioxidant. The size can be customized, and its maximum width can reach 12 meters. The weight per square gram of the shading net is 100 grams, and the shading rate can reach more than 90%. The brown and white shade net is actually more orange in color, which is a more energetic color. Most customers will choose this color as a playground.