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Scaffold Debris Netting

Heavy duty scaffold debris netting is a mesh material which prevents debris falling from scaffold structures. Available in Green

2m x 50m Roll (Green) £45.30 (£37.75 Ex. VAT)
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2m x 50m Roll (Yellow) £45.30 (£37.75 Ex. VAT)
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2m x 50m Roll (Black) £45.30 (£37.75 Ex. VAT)
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  • Open Mesh Debris Netting material. The netting will reduce wind loading on scaffold structures.
  • Protec scaffold debris nets are lightweight & eyeleted. This means they are quick and easy to install with Protec's cable ties.
  • Protec scaffold debris netting is available in a range of colours, including black, green and yellow.
  • Recommended by Safety Officers Reduces the risk of debris falling outside the work area
  • Protec Scaffold debris netting is very versatile. Use debris netting on scaffolding or heras fencing.

Protec's debris containment netting is manufactured from a knitted fabric which has an open mesh construction to reduce wind loading on scaffold structures. The fabrication of Protec's debris netting makes it extra heavy duty, ideal for improving the safety of employees and pedestrians around the perimeter of the construction site. 

Protec's debris netting is available in a green, black and yellow. 

This versatile lightweight debris netting is easy to install and can be used on scaffold or Heras Fence to help protect your business against compensation claims.

Protec is a leading supplier of scaffolding safety materials such as scaffold foam protectors, scaffold sheeting and flame retardant scaffold netting. Browse all of Protec's Scaffolding supplies here. 

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