Zoos And Aviaries
Huck Tek have worked with zoos and aviaries to provide light and airy containment compounds for various birds and animals. Exciting new netting materials are always being researched and
developed into workable systems, to provide aesthetically pleasing and safer containment areas for the visitor and exhibit alike.
Polymer netting is commonly utilised for area demarcation keeping harmless animals such as Lemurs and Monkeys within a specific area without providing a threatening barrier to their location. Various types of net are available including special wire core types for netting in aviaries where birds could potentially bite through normal polymer strands.
Steel (Dralo) Netting Steel
‘Huck Dralo’ netting is formed from conventional multistrand cables with closed slug joints at each cable crossover point locking the cables into a preformed grid. This type of netting material provides a high strength solution for containment of larger and predatory animals.
Steel (X-TOR) Netting
Steel ‘X-Tor’ netting from the Huck Torimex range provides a diamond pattern mesh with crimped ferrule joints. This is used extensively for containments of larger animals, but development in new manufacturing techniques using smaller gauge cables has allowed us to produce a range of finer weave nets that are particularly suitable for many bird applications and aviaries. The material is flexible and robust making it ideally suitable for contoured and irregular shaped apertures and spaces.