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Conveyor Netting

RackNet® - PLUS - 2.3

Essential Safety for Small Part Storage

Green Netting

Green

Available Colour

White Netting

White

Available Colour

Black Netting

Black

Available Colour

Blue Netting

Blue

Available Colour

  • Reliable Protection

    Keeping your people, products and facilities safe.

  • Budget-Friendly

    An economical choice for essential safety measures.

  • Quick Installation

    Quick and straightforward setup to minimise downtime

  • Durable Materials

    Maintains durability while staying cost-effective

"RackNet® is designed for containing items that may fall off pallets, and not to prevent entire pallets from falling."

Racking Netting is a type of safety netting that is used in warehouses to protect employees from falling objects

RackNet® - MAX - 3

Heavy Duty Net for Large Stock Items

Black Netting

Black

Available Colour

Blue Netting

Blue

Available Colour

Red Netting

Red

Available Colour

White Netting

White

Available Colour

Green Netting

Green

Available Colour

  • Reliable Safety

    Minimise risk and secures items in the event of accidents.

  • Protection

    Suitable protection for loose items on pallets when stored in the absence of mesh or timber decks.

  • Quick Installation

    Quick and straightforward setup to minimise downtime

  • Durable Materials

    Maintains durability while staying cost-effective

"RackNet® is designed for containing items that may fall off pallets, and not to prevent entire pallets from falling."

Rack Netting

RackNet® - ULTRA - 5

Maximum Protection for High Risk Environments.

  • Reliable Safety

    Minimise risk and secures items in the event of accidents.

  • Heavy Duty Protection

    Maximum burst strength for large sized items when stored on mesh or timber decks.

  • Quick Installation

    Quick and straightforward setup to minimise downtime

  • Durable Materials

    Maintains durability while staying cost-effective

"RackNet® is designed for containing items that may fall off pallets, and not to prevent entire pallets from falling."

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RackNet® qUESTIONS & answers

No, RackNet® is not designed to stop falling pallets. It is specifically engineered for containing individual items that may fall off pallets, enhancing safety by preventing these items from falling into walkways or aisles.

While RackNet® effectively reduces the risk associated with loose items on pallets, it does not have the structural capacity to retain or stop entire pallets from falling off the racking systems.

For full pallet containment or prevention, alternative safety solutions should be considered. It’s essential to use RackNet® within its intended purpose to ensure safety and effectiveness in your warehouse environment.


Racking netting offers several benefits in a warehouse setting.

Firstly, it provides a quick and easy installation process, allowing for efficient implementation without significant downtime. Moreover, racking netting offers cost advantages in the long term, as it can be reused and repositioned as per changing storage requirements.

The use of netting is considered safer compared to alternative options, as it provides a flexible barrier that can absorb impacts and reduce the risk of injuries. Additionally, racking netting is available in various colours, enabling better visibility and organisation within the warehouse environment.

Conveyor nets are mesh nets installed alongside or on one side of a conveyor system. These nets serve the purpose of preventing items or boxes from falling off the conveyor bed during transportation. By acting as a barrier, conveyor nets enhance safety, reduce the risk of damage or loss of goods, and help maintain the smooth flow of materials along the conveyor system.

Warehouse divider nets are nets used to create physical barriers or partitions within a warehouse space. They are typically employed in areas where there is a risk of products or stacks of goods falling into walkways or aisleways.

Divider nets help establish designated zones, secure specific areas, and minimize the potential for accidents or obstructions, thereby contributing to a safer working environment.

The type of net used in a warehouse depends on the specific risk assessment conducted to evaluate the requirements. Different nets offer varying levels of strength, mesh size, and load-bearing capacity. For instance, heavy-duty nets may be used in areas where there is a higher risk of falling objects or larger loads.

The selection of the appropriate net type is crucial to address the specific risks identified in the warehouse and ensure optimal safety and functionality.

Rack nets do not universally fit all types of racking systems. The brackets used to install rack nets typically have pre-drilled holes, designed to accommodate the majority of rack types commonly found in the UK.

However, due to the diverse range of racking systems available, including imported racks, it is not guaranteed that every rack type will be compatible with the standard bracket hole patterns. Therefore, it is necessary to assess the specific racking configuration and consult with the net supplier to ensure proper fitting.

Rack nets are generally suitable for a wide range of racking systems. Their design and versatility allow them to be installed on various types of racking, including selective pallet racks, drive-in racks, push-back racks, and more. However, in unique cases where unconventional or custom racking structures are used, it is recommended to consult with the net supplier or conduct thorough evaluations to ensure compatibility.

There are no specific standards set by SEMA (Storage Equipment Manufacturers’ Association) for rear rack protection.

All the netting options which we provide are all independantly tested.

However, it is advisable to stay informed about any recent updates or developments in industry standards and guidelines to ensure that rack netting solutions adhere to relevant safety and quality requirements.

Handrail netting refers to the use of netting on handrail systems within a warehouse or industrial facility. The primary objective of handrail netting is to minimise the risk of objects or items falling through the gaps between the top rail and knee rail, or the knee rail and the floor. By installing handrail netting, warehouses can enhance safety measures and prevent potential accidents caused by falling objects.

Rack netting and steel mesh are two different solutions used in distinct applications. Steel mesh has a long-standing history in the market and is known for its rigid structure and durability.

It is commonly used as a protective barrier in high-risk areas, such as mezzanine edges, walkways, or machinery enclosures, where impact resistance and fall protection are critical. On the other hand, rack netting provides a flexible and cost-effective alternative to steel mesh, specifically designed for securing and dividing racking systems.

Rack netting offers advantages such as faster installation, lower long-term ownership costs, increased safety, and availability in various thicknesses and colours. Steel mesh is not suitable for applications such as conveyor containment, dividing spaces, or handrail safety due to its rigid nature. Moreover, steel mesh can be heavier and more expensive to transport compared to the lightweight and versatile nature of netting materials.

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