Poly House Spring
- There are several types of spring protection systems available for your polyhouse.
- Each option has its own set of pros and cons, and each protects against different wind and snow conditions.
- Here’s a closer look at what you can expect from zigzag springs: How They Work: When high winds cause your polyethylene greenhouse panels to stretch and sag, zigzag springs activate.
- Spring-mounted covers can help save you from costly damages in harsh weather. In addition, these types of covers are more effective in blocking out damaging UV rays and wind damage.
In some cases, businesses have reported a decrease in energy costs by up to 60%. This was when switching from a traditional or tilting cover to one that is spring-mounted. A spring-mounted cover will also stand taller and be less prone to severe damages caused by debris due to its sturdier build.
Lastly, zigzag’s torsion spring system will typically offer additional support for angled poly houses, no matter what your roof configuration may be. For example: on sheds that typically lean away from their walls. They also lean from roofs that point upward at 45-degree angles or even upside down (such as skylights). This will make the use of standard springs more difficult without sacrificing strength on uneven surfaces.
|Size||1.5 Mtr Length per Pcs|
|Usage||Polyhouse Zig Zag Spring|
|Brand||Shri Ji Green|
|Minimum Order Quantity||500 Piece|
|Delivery Time||Same Day|
|Port of Dispatch||Jodhpur|
|Production Capacity||50,000 Mtr.|
|Packaging Details||Large Bag’s|
|Packing Qty||1 Roll|
|Payment Mode||RTGS / NEFT / IMPS|