A mosquito net offers protection against mosquitoes, flies, and other insects, and thus against the diseases they may carry. To be effective the mesh of a mosquito net must be fine enough to exclude such insects without reducing visibility or air flow to unacceptable levels. Our Galaxy mesh is been woven by world-class expertise with the mentioned specification that matches the European standard levels, galaxy mesh is the unique net which can be used for both inner and outer needs in residential & commercial spaces.
Galaxy Mesh Materials
The most common materials used for the mesh of window screens are aluminium and fiberglass.
- Aluminium is generally available in natural aluminium or in an applied black or charcoal color. This makes the screening less visible.
- Fiberglass is available in light gray as well as charcoal colors, the charcoal again offering better viewing and appearance. Fiberglass is less expensive and has the advantage of not “denting” when hit or pushed. But it is somewhat more opaque than aluminium. For this reason, dark aluminium allows a better view of windows from the exterior, detracting less than fiberglass from the architectural effect of traditional divided-light window styles.
- Bronze insect screening is much more expensive but gives much longer service than either aluminium or fiberglass. When first installed, it has a bright gold color, this weathers to an unobtrusive dark charcoal within a year or less. Weathered bronze darkens the external appearance of windows to approximately the same degree as charcoal or black aluminium. Bronze is somewhat more resistant to denting than aluminium. Less common screen fabrics include copper, brass, stainless steel, and galvanized steel. For coastal locations, corrosion resistance usually requires the use of bronze or synthetic screening fabric.
- Stainless steel