Warp knitted nets have knot-free joints giving greater strength and lower weights; extremely open fabric uses very little yarn; fabric density is adjustable and can be adjusted to the requirements of sunlight.
Warp knitting technology is more versatile than any other fabric producing technique for manufacturing nets. Different sizes and shapes of net openings can be produced. They are dimensionally stable, slip-resistant, and do not require a stabilising finish.
Karl Mayer have an eight-guide bar raschel for knitting medium-weight nets in E 6 to E 9, in a yarn count range of dtex 3000 to 6000, at a speed of 400 to 500
courses per minute. It has six stitch-forming bars (4 ground, 2 selvedge, and 2 inlay guide bars).
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