#42 HDPE Batting Cage Net Only

High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is a cost-effective option and since polyethylene doesn’t absorb water, this is an excellent choice for outdoor applications.

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#42 HDPE Batting Cage Net Only

This cage net has UV protection molded right into the fibers. Since polyethylene doesn’t absorb water, this is an excellent choice for outdoor applications.

  • #42 Knotted Material
  • Heavy rope borders on top, bottom, and vertical corners
  • One overlap door on the end
  • Stitching on all rope borders.
  • Rib line down the center for extra suspension points
  • 6′ tails each upper corner

Comparison

Material Selection

  • Nylon offers the best overall strength and UV protection over the life of a cage net and can easily be customized to fit any needs. It is, however, generally more expensive when compared with other materials.
  • High-Tenacity Polypropylene (HTPP) is less expensive than nylon with good strength and UV stability, but is available in only a few standard sizes.
  • High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is a cost-effective alternative to other options and is often available in multiple standard sizes.

Construction

Twisted Knotted Vs. Braided Knotless

  • There is much debate as to which method of netting construction is better. Often it simply boils down to the “best option” being whatever a supplier has available to them. Based on our experience, we have found that both types can provide a quality long-lasting cage as long as the raw materials and fabrication methods are held to a high standard.

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Size

12' H x 12' W x 55' L, 12' H x 14' W x 55' L, 12' H x 12' W x 70' L, 12' H x 14' W x 70' L