Debris Netting is a 1/16″ weaved mesh material commonly utilized for scaffolding rooms, guardrail debris security, wind screen or color cloths. Particles netting is made from high thickness polyethylene (HDPE) with UV preventions for maximum life expectancy. The knitted mesh style offers control of tiny and chunk particles as well as is extremely tear resistant. Debris netting rolls include finished hemmed sides with reinforced eyelet button openings for attaching allowing for a simple, safe as well as safe and secure installation. All netting rolls are snugly packaged right into clear poly bags with top quality labels for simple shipping and also handling. All Eagle Debris netting is evaluated as well as approved to satisfy the standards in the industrial and construction market. Trash cans are used to store debris on construction sites and to prevent debris from falling onto scaffolding. It is usually made of strong and durable plastic mesh.
The Work and Altitude Regulations in 2005 put in place debris nets to catch falling objects, such as dust, that can cause eye discomfort and injury when public access to potentially hazardous areas is required. A risk assessment should be performed to determine the security measures to be taken.
Using a debris net as a scaffold has several advantages.
- Provides safe containment of debris and protection of workers, the public, and transportation.
- Its versatility as a handrail system means it is easy to handle, inexpensive and can be hung vertically or horizontally for maximum reach.
- The edges are reinforced with grommets and can be quickly and easily attached to the scaffolding with wire or plastic ties.
- This can provide air movement, ventilate the scaffold and reduce wind load.
- It provides shades from bright sunlight while absorbing enough light to get the job done.
- This provides some protection for the work area and workers from bad weather.
- It is fire retardant.
The debris net can be made of various materials, such as:
- High density polyethylene.
- PVC coated polyester.
The debris can is usually green. However, in sensitive locations, for example, the use of printed material that can show the front of the building by material, pictures of the completed development, project team or client details, advertisements, etc., can achieve debris containment.