20’ x 20' Heavy Duty Web Cargo Net-5,000# Working Load LimitAWR #3800-57 • MFR #2020CN

by Arctic Wire Rope and Supply

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
  • The center 4’ x 4’ section is reinforced with an extra layer of webbing to help against wear & tear.
  • Made w/ 2” web, 7”x 7” openings and reinforced eyes in corners
  • Rated 5000# working load limit based on a 7:1 safety factor
  • Capacity and ID tag sewn in the corner
  • **Load pallets so sides face the net corners, this will extend the life of the net!**
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These are the biggest off the shelf, ready to ship nets we have seen on the internet at 20’ square. A heavy duty net that can handle big loads but with 7” openings can also be use on small lightweight items. We wrap the four corner eyes for protection and are easier to spot when unfolding.

An exclusive feature we offer as standard on our 12’, 15’ & 20’ nets is a reinforced mid section where we have an extra ply of webbing for wear resistance that gives these nets a longer life. So I ask you, where do your nets usually wear out? In the middle where they drag ever so briefly on the ground at takeoffs and landings, most likely.

**Load pallets so sides face the net corners, this will extend the life of the net!**

Company-

Arctic Wire, Rope & Supply focuses on high quality products made in the USA.
We are one of the largest distributors in the Pacific Northwest of Crosby Products, Bridon American Wire Rope, Continental Western Cordage & Rope and Laclede Chain. We have nation-wide shipping options for all products

What We Do-

Arctic Wire Rope and Supply is Alaska's longest established and largest manufacturer of slings, chokers and bridles made of wire rope, cable, nylon web, polyester round and grade 10 chain. We do it all right here in Anchorage and were awarded the Alaskan Manufacturer of the Year in 2006.