Solving access, containment and fall protection challenges


  • Identifying the most suitable access system for a specific application         is often crucial to the execution of a project​
  • Dropped object protection and safety support are key features of any       access system​
  • Tensioned netting systems, supported by tensioned steel cables, offer        a durable and stable access platform for a variety of offshore                        applications​
  • Flexibility and versatility is an inherent characteristic of netting                   systems, making this system suitable for work around obstructions             and in congested areas

AquaNet® key features and advantages​


  • Significant installation, removal and rental cost saving compared to           traditional access systems​
  • Modular design, easily adaptable to small and very large areas​
  • Versatile around obstructions and in congested areas​
  • Utilises certified steel support cables​
  • Netting is woven at high tension and treated in autoclave to reduce           elasticity whilst in operation​
  • Can provide total enclosure, negating the need for a stand-by vessel​
  • Suitable for hazardous operations (hot work)​
  • Stable access platform, which can be erected in a fraction of the time       compared to traditional scaffolding systems​
  • Small damages can be repaired on site without de-rigging the system​​​

Technical data​


  • In accordance with BS EN 1263-1:2014 Safety nets. Safety requirements, test methods​
  • Complies with LOLER 1998, AquaTerra QMS
  • Minimum Breaking Load (MBL) force for 45mm square mesh with 5mm strands is 30kN​
  • Each net container Test Cord strips for annual testing​
  • Individually certified and routinely inspected​
  • UV-stabilised, fire retardant and waterproofed​
  • Fibre net supported by tensioned steel cables​
  • Suitably competent IRATA Level 3 qualified Netting Supervisors can inspect netting system ​
  • Independent anchor system, independent personnel back-up​