Looking back at 2015 we can't thank all of our customers enough! You've helped us make it one of the most innovative and successful years for our company. We wanted to share some of what we accomplished together this past year and a look at where we are headed for this year.
This year has been a record breaking year for our web team and we've been working hard to make US Netting the best online source for netting products. In order to do this we focus on you, the customer, when we redesign components of the site. This approach has allowed us to offer a unique and quality experience when you buy netting online.Read more
Drones are sure to be the hot item this holiday and the year to come, and while they can provide hours of airborne fun they can also be potentially dangerous. This has led recommendations from the FAA and other organizations to create regulations to protect people and aircraft from potential harm.
The thing to remember with drones is that they are just a machine, a very fast moving machine with sharp propellers. Like any machine they can malfunction or behave unexpectedly. This can lead to damaging your brand new (likely expensive) toy, objects around you such as windows or cars, and even injuring people or animals near by.Read more
At any other time, one would see the photo on the right and think it captured baseball players huddled in a dugout as camera men photographed something on the field.
This netted area is to allow spectators to feel like Superman and still stay safe as they watch the first open-air demonstration of speeding drones zooming past them.
We at U.S. Netting asked our customers how they knew when their lifting slings needed to be replaced and the answers were chilling. One of the most common answers in our casual survey was “when it breaks”.
One of the most dangerous pieces of equipment in use on manufacturing floors, by house movers and by shipping companies of all sizes are damaged lifting slings that break under an appropriate load or using the wrong load sized sling to do a job.Read more
Shade Cloth netting has been studied by horticulturists since 1992. Those early studies focused mainly on the effects on plants that were grown under shade cloths in both the field and in greenhouses.
Woven shade cloth is available in black, white, red, green, violet, decorative brown and Aluminet [a specialty metalized knit fabrication]. Shade cloths are available in different densities of the weave— from 22% to as much as 90% —dependent on the color of the cloth.