Monthly Archives - January 2020

What is Insect / Fly mesh?

Insect mesh and Fly mesh are the same product just different names. Fly mesh can be manufactured in PVC coated fibreglass, Aluminium and Stainless steel. The difference in the meshes is that the fibreglass insect mesh has woven strands that are ultrasonically welded to securely lock them together, this ensures that the mesh keeps its original shape, even if accidentally knocked. The aluminium and stainless steel fly mesh are...

Fly Screens for Morrisons

Our roller fly screen system to protect bakery The site Morrisons production bakery at Wakefield The requirement The two storey office block and staff canteen at the Wakefield bakery had opening windows which would allow flies to enter the offices and then possibly enter the production area through the internal doors. This was highlighted as too high a risk as food products come become contaminated by the flying insects. The solution Our roller fly screen system...

Insect Screens for United Utilities

Our roller fly screen installation team were contacted by United Utilities to prevent flies from entering offices at water treatment plants to allow air flow and reduce the usage of air conditioning to reduce their carbon footprint. The sites United Utilities water treatment plants throughout the Northwest of England in a wide variety of locations from sewerage to water supply plants. The problem Flies are an obvious problem around waste water treatment plants,...

Insect Screens for the Saudi Royal Family

Roller fly screens London - bespoke design and installation of our roller fly screens into London household to prevent flies from entering the premises. The site The London household of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia valued at over £300 million The requirement Bespoke and stylish fly screens to cover the opening windows in the London household, the screens had to be effective, yet unobtrusive and aesthetically pleasing The solution The solution was to install...