HORTICULTURE / AQUA MARINE

Aquaculture Cage Netting & Hardware

Quin’s have been manufacturing Aquaculture nets for over 20 years

We specialise in large tuna and kingfish cages.

The Quin’s team have gained experience in cages by manufacturing over 120 tuna cages and over 80 kingfish and snapper cages.

We have exported nets to Italy, Mexico and the USA

We can manufacture:

  • fingling cages, from 3.0m to 12m in diameter
  • Finfish cages up to 30m in diameter
  • Tuna cages up to 50m in diameter
  • Harvest nets of various sizes
  • Bird exclusion nets

Shark Exclusion Beach Nets

Quins sports make nets for council jetty’s and beaches to protect swimmers from sharks.

The nets drop to the sea floor with weights and are installed with floats at the headline stop the net from sinking.

Netting specification, 4mm black braided polyethylene netting, 80mm square mesh slung to 5mm 316 stainless steel cable or 18mm rope headline.

Predator Exclusion Netting For Aquaculture

Our nets are also used to protect fish that are held in cages from seals and shark’s attacks.

The nets are wrapped around the outside of the cages to act as a barrier between the cage wall and the predator netting making opportunistic fish strikes more difficult and less likely.

Netting specification, 5mm green braided polyethylene netting, 100mm square mesh slung to a 18mm rope headline and foot line.

Shade Netting Products

Shade Netting structure changed to Plant shade Structure

Hay Feed Netting

Quins Netting Supply Slow Feed hay feeding nets to horse handlers because it has several advantages.

Buying the netting in bulk and making the nets yourself is economical or we can make them up for you.

Advantages of the Slow Feed Netting System

  • Regulates feed consumption – obese horses usually lose weight / thin horses normally gain weight
  • Less waste! Not only saves dollars, but time and space
  • Healthier feeding – slow delivery as opposed to the gorge and starve cycle which is hard on horses’ systems.
  • Reduced maintenance – nets can hold days’ worth of food
  • No more fighting over feed – it’s always available
  • No specific feeding times for you to keep
  • Your horse will never be hungry and always ready to go
+ AQUACULTURE CAGE NETTING

Aquaculture Cage Netting & Hardware

Quin’s have been manufacturing Aquaculture nets for over 20 years

We specialise in large tuna and kingfish cages.

The Quin’s team have gained experience in cages by manufacturing over 120 tuna cages and over 80 kingfish and snapper cages.

We have exported nets to Italy, Mexico and the USA

We can manufacture:

  • fingling cages, from 3.0m to 12m in diameter
  • Finfish cages up to 30m in diameter
  • Tuna cages up to 50m in diameter
  • Harvest nets of various sizes
  • Bird exclusion nets
+ SHARK EXCLUSION / PREDATOR NETTING

Shark Exclusion Beach Nets

Quins sports make nets for council jetty’s and beaches to protect swimmers from sharks.

The nets drop to the sea floor with weights and are installed with floats at the headline stop the net from sinking.

Netting specification, 4mm black braided polyethylene netting, 80mm square mesh slung to 5mm 316 stainless steel cable or 18mm rope headline.

Predator Exclusion Netting For Aquaculture

Our nets are also used to protect fish that are held in cages from seals and shark’s attacks.

The nets are wrapped around the outside of the cages to act as a barrier between the cage wall and the predator netting making opportunistic fish strikes more difficult and less likely.

Netting specification, 5mm green braided polyethylene netting, 100mm square mesh slung to a 18mm rope headline and foot line.

+ SHADE NETTING PRODUCTS

Shade Netting Products

Shade Netting structure changed to Plant shade Structure

+ HAY FEED NETTING

Hay Feed Netting

Quins Netting Supply Slow Feed hay feeding nets to horse handlers because it has several advantages.

Buying the netting in bulk and making the nets yourself is economical or we can make them up for you.

Advantages of the Slow Feed Netting System

  • Regulates feed consumption – obese horses usually lose weight / thin horses normally gain weight
  • Less waste! Not only saves dollars, but time and space
  • Healthier feeding – slow delivery as opposed to the gorge and starve cycle which is hard on horses’ systems.
  • Reduced maintenance – nets can hold days’ worth of food
  • No more fighting over feed – it’s always available
  • No specific feeding times for you to keep
  • Your horse will never be hungry and always ready to go