Spectator safety. High fence barriers. Foul ball containment. Enclosed practice and training areas. Amusement parks. They all have one thing in common: barrier netting.
From Yankee Stadium to Central Park Zoo, and high school baseball diamonds to Six Flags, they all need barrier netting. And if you operate a golf course, soccer or baseball field, an amusement park or anywhere you need to direct the flow of traffic, you need barrier netting, too.
Why? Barrier netting is used as a safeguard to protect windows, lights, fans, glass and especially people. It can protect cars passing on a highway behind a golf range. It can keep ticket holders from being hit by a foul ball. Or it can keep animals at the zoo safe from objects being thrown into their habitats.
And it does all of these things without ever obstructing the view. Need proof? Imagine a chain link fence. Would you want to watch a baseball game through it for nine innings? Of course not! Now think of barrier netting, similar to mesh. After a few seconds, it fades away, and you don’t even think of its existence. Watching a game through it is even enjoyable!