Trampoline netting

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Chrisg
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Trampoline netting

Post by Chrisg » Thu Feb 06, 2014 9:07 pm

Today we received the netting for the trampolines and I thought I'd share the finding of our research. Haverford P/L in Sydney have a suitable polyester netting (ie low stretch)which we bought. They will by mid march / April have Dyneema netting (no stretch)also. Oxley Nets in Melb have nylon netting which by virtue of being nylon has more stretch than either polyester or Dyneema yet still suitable.
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Re: Trampoline netting

Post by puremajek » Thu Feb 06, 2014 11:38 pm

Chris
Some of these nets are also sold as 'prawn netting' and at a discounted rate too. Needs a little effort to sear the ends, if you feel that needs doing. Some are Nylon, others Dyneema but if on a budget and want no nonsense stuff that will last 10-years, worth a peak.
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Re: Trampoline netting

Post by 44c » Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:34 am

http://www.haverford.com.au/catamaran_netting.html

Pretty reasonable prices, although the dyneema is dear.

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