Hyperadobe constructions use a Polyethylene Raschel Knit Tubular Mesh for walls and foundations rather than the Superadobe Polypropylene Woven Bags. The advantage of the Hyperadobe method is an easier construction process, no need for barbwire to secure layers together, resulting in less overall construction cost and time.
Raschel Warp knitting is a construction that contains vertical pillars of stitches that encompasses an inlaid connecting yarn to form a mesh structure. We knit the Hyperadobe netting in a tubular form to the specifications of the customer. The yarn is made from 100% virgin polyethylene material with a built-in additive to prevent UV deterioration.
Available in 16″ or 18″ High-Density Polyethylene Mesh Tubing