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Monofilament Fabric Net is a net woven from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) material through the use of a flat loom.

HDPE plastic was chosen because it has excellent strength and is also waterproof. The surface hardness, tensile strength, rigidity, and other mechanical strengths are close to those of PP plastic materials and have better toughness than PP.

Most of these nets have black and yellow colors at the ends; they are in the form of sheets and are generally sold in roll units. One roll has standard sizes of 80 meters, 90 meters, and 100 meters and is 120 cm wide.

This kind of mesh cloth has a very wide range of uses (universal) and is commonly used in agriculture, plantation, horticulture, and animal husbandry activities.

Such nets are also often used by farmers to promote rice planting activities.

There are also those who use it as a clothesline for crops, salted fish, or crackers.

The goal is that items dried in the sun can be dried at the same time, including the top and bottom. This will save more time to dry quickly.

While in water areas, it is commonly used to make ponds and cages. It is installed as an insulating wall around the pond.

For those who do farming or gardening, this monofilament fabric net functions as a fence to protect plants from pests. Another benefit of this product is that it can be used to assemble stone mosaics, and now ‘waring’ is often used by building contractors, the benefits or uses of these leno bags are used as a cover or safety material that may fall or be released from the top of the building.

In Jakarta itself, this black net cover was once famous because it was used as a cover for the river project. The closure was to beautify the river because the Asian Games were being held at that time.


  • Strong
  • Light
  • Non-toxic
  • Not damp
  • Economical price
  • Not easy to mold
  • Stable



Yarn Thickness

Length Per Roll



: 120 cm

: 2 mm

: 80 m, 90 m, and 100 m


: Black

Wide : 120 cm

Yarn Thickness : 2 mm

Length Per Roll : 80 m, 90 m, and 100 m

Material : HDPE

Color : Black


Monofilament fabric net has other names or various designations. Some people call it Black Leno or Black Net because of its color. Many people prefer to refer to this warning by its function or purpose.

For example, the nets used by fishermen to raise fish are called fishing nets. Then, in the plantation, the fence used for the hedge is called the fence. As for what is commonly used for ponds, it is often called a water net.

The product obviously has a different texture and appearance from the Leno Bags of vegetables and fruits because the type of plastic used is also different. Leno bags for fruit and vegetables are made of PP (plastic) resins. Meanwhile, nets are made of HDPE plastic. The woven pattern of this net is of the same type as the waring; the difference is only in its shape, where the waring is tubular in shape while the black waring net is in the form of a flat fabric.


  • Germination of rice seeds
  • Fish pond seal
  • Plant Protection Fence
  • Protection/Separation Fences on Farm
  • Cover/Safety Building Material


  • Fishery Sector
  • Agriculture Sector
  • Plantation Sector
  • Livestock Sector


Yes ! Monofilament fabric nets are an eco-friendly material. The production process results in less pollution for the environment and lower carbon emissions.

The raw materials used also produce less waste because they can be reused.

The process of making and using this plastic net does not emit harmful pollutants into the environment. Therefore, it has better value in terms of environmental friendliness.

At SMPL, the waste generated from the production of plastic yarn with this net is recycled by remelting it into plastic pellets.

Then it is made into yarn and used for weaving a net. The results can be reused for quite a long time. HDPE plastic itself can be recycled.