Who are we?

NETZSAVE belongs to dk FIXIERSYSTEME, which is based in Reutlingen, Germany. We have been active since 1972 and we are your expert for protective nets for transport and storage solutions. We have a wide range of protective nets, protective mats and shaft combs in stock which can be expanded by customer-specific special solutions.

Our personal always put our customers needs first and are continually further developing the product portfolio. We respond flexibly to your requests and are happy to work with you to find a solution to your needs. We are certified to ISO 9001:2015 – every product is subjected to our seamless QA system. We guarantee this!

NETZSAVE is a division of the company dk FIXIERSYSTEME GmbH & Co. KG

What is our expertise?

NETZSAVE focuses on solutions for industry and production with storage and transport protection nets made of various plastics.

A responsible approach to the environment is very important to dk FIXIERSYSTEME, which is why all NETZSAVE products are fully recyclable. They can be mechanically recycled (re-granulation of plastic), chemically recycled (chemical breakdown to recover the base substances) or used for energy generation through combustion.

Our products are available in a wide range of plastics in order to meet individual customer specifications. The protective nets in our standard range are made from LDPE (low-density polyethylene). The main benefits are the softness and elasticity of the net. We use LDPE, MDPE or HDPE (low, medium or high density polyethylene) plastics for our protective mats, depending on the mechanical strength requirements. Our PA (polyamide) protective mats are especially suitable for high temperatures and have excellent chemical resistance – ideal for use in e.g. cleaning systems. On request, we can also supply protective mats made from PP (polypropylene) or EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate).

Our NETZSAVE products are also characterized by their extrusion-based production method. Here, plastic granulate is melted and pressed with the aid of a screw extruder into two tools rotating in opposite directions (Netlon® process). The tool heads have annularly arranged bores through which the molten plastic is guided. The resulting plastic threads and the counter-rotating motion create the net structure, which is then cooled in a water bath. To change the mechanical properties, the mesh can be stretched in the longitudinal or lateral directions.