Jakob Webnet ID are stainless steel plates that can be integrated into Webnet mesh. They are available in different sizes and blank or colored in most RAL Classic colours. They can be assembled on-site in a matter of minutes. Frames are fabricated with calibrated holes and hardware clips as needed and can simply be screwed onto the structure. The elasticity of Webnet makes it well-suited for most complex geometries.
As safety fences or balcony railings, Webnet Frames are elegant and efficient. On stairways, Webnet Frames offer stability, enclosure, and safety when employed as a delicate railing infill. As a greening element or trellis, they provide a visual distinctiveness either mounted on facades or when used free-standing. As a complement to architectural environments, they function as a dividing element in airport or judicial buildings or offer subtle but strong partitions above glass walls.
Attachment of Webnet Frames
Webnet Frames are available with through holes, Flowdrill internal threads, or various different designs of frame holders and clamps.
|Webnet Frames Classic ||Webnet Frames Classic are made of circular section stainless steel tubes in various diameters. The wire lacing rope which secures the Webnet in place is wound visibly around the frame. The Webnet Classic frame adapts to virtually all shapes of opening and net types are cost-effective and stable. |
|Webnet Frames Inviss-R ||On Webnet Frames Inviss, the lacing rope lies within the slotted frame profile and is not visible. This lends the frame a very clean aesthetic appearance. Inviss-R designates frames with slotted round tubes. |
|Webnet Frames Inviss-C ||Similar to the Webnet Frames Inviss-R, the Webnet Frames Inviss-C utilize a rectangular or square tubular profile. |
- Can be configured with squared or round section tubes
- Manufactured in different sizes
- Robust and weather resistant
- Requires almost no maintenance
- Delicate structure minimizing visual impairment
- Fabricated according to customer specifications regarding shape, size, and orientation