Shade Net

Shade Net

Ilex Inc's Shade Nets are the perfect solution for any greenhouse or agriculture setup that requires optimal sunlight control. Our shade nets are designed to provide the ideal amount of shade, promoting healthy plant growth and protecting your crops from harsh sunlight. Made from high-quality materials, our shade nets are durable, long-lasting, and resistant to wear and tear. With our range of sizes and customization options, we have a shade net solution for every need. Trust Ilex Inc to provide the perfect shade net for your greenhouse or agriculture setup.

Types of Shade Net:

  • Parking Net- Shade netting shields vehicles from direct sunlight, reducing interior temperatures and preventing sun damage.
  • Agriculture Net- It is used in agriculture to protect crops from harsh weather conditions, reduces the intensity of sunlight, providing shade and shielding plants from heat and UV radiation.
  • Construction Net- It is used in construction to prevent items from falling or escaping a construction site and improving safety for workers.
  • Shade Sail Net- It provide shade and protection from the sun and also help in creating shaded areas that enhance the aesthetic appeal and promote outdoor activities in residential and commercial spaces, as well as in public parks and recreational area

Application of Shade Net:

  • Horticulture & Floriculture
  • Garden & Nursery
  • Green House & Shade
  • House Tea Garden


  • Shade Factor: 35,50,75 & 90%
  • Colour: Green, Beige, White or Customized for Bulk volume
  • Width: 3.00/4.00/5.00 & 6.00 Mtr.
  • Length: 50.00 Mtr & Customized for Bulk Volume

Shade Factor

Colour and Applications


Colour Available: White, Green, Beige

Application: Poly House


Colour Available: White, Green, Beige

Application: Nursery, Vegetables, Polyhouse


Colour Available: White, Green, Beige

Application: Nursery, General Purpose


Colour Available: White, Green, Beige, Red, Blue Yellow.

Application: General Purpose Decoration

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