Extruded net
Extruded net has an even mesh structure, because this net is extruded instead of woven.
Extruded Net

Extruded netting is a special form of packaging netting that is not woven but extruded. This gives it an extremely sturdy structure and makes it highly suitable for use in automatic packaging systems. This type of netting is widely used in the fresh produce sector for packaging lighter products such as onions, garlic, shallots, limes, as well as in other markets like cheese, sausage, and marbles.

Often, this type of packaging is used for small units, creating rod-shaped or small balloon- shaped packages. Additionally, compostable variants are also available, contributing to sustainability and environmental friendliness.
Extruded netting is typically only available in rolls, but it comes in various thicknesses, colors, and mesh structures. This makes it suitable for various applications and preferences in the packaging industry.