The company’s Jakob Webnet stainless steel wire mesh solution can be found in projects across the UK, ranging from the Olympic Stadium at the Queen Elizabeth Park to the Cutty Sark and Tower of London (where the system helps keep the ravens safe and secure).
From balustrading to helicopter landing pads and bridge safety to green walls, Webnet features in projects of all shape, scope and complexity, both indoors and out to provide an elegant, robust and long lasting solution.
Although Webnet is available for any shape and size of project, the addition of a standard portfolio of Webnet Frames makes projects faster and easier to install. The frames are manufactured from high quality 316 stainless steel, which together with the Webnet infill provides long-life performance and low maintenance, with the bespoke units being available in a wide range of frame, finishing and fitment options.
The unique Inviss range of Webnet frames offers a new, clean and stylish frame solution which incorporates Webnet into the structure of the frame. As a result, there are no wires around the perimeter of the frame and all of the Webnet end-connections are ‘hidden’ inside the frame.
Weather resistant and highly durable, each system is manufactured to order to meet each project’s needs, with the product being certified and collision tested to EN12600:2002.
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