Model # 3000914

Internet #100392916

Store SKU #263848

Phifer 48 in. x 25 ft. Brite Aluminum Screen


48 in. x 25 ft. Brite Aluminum Screen

  • Durable, strong, long lasting insect screen
  • Excellent outward visibility and curb appeal
  • For windows, doors and porches
$27.98 /roll

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Product Overview

Phiferl Aluminum insect screen is a precision woven and uniform coated screen. Durable and weather resistant, this screen is ideal for all your window, door and porch applications. The consistent finish enhances curb appeal.

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  • Great outward visibility
  • Great outward visibility
  • Great air ventilation and insect protection
  • Will not sag or rust
  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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Mesh Size

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What is the mesh size of this screen?
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January 17, 2016
The measurement of this screen is 18 x 16 mesh count .011 ga.
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Can I attach sections of this screen to my raised garden beds?

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March 12, 2016
Interested in ATTACHING with PVC CLAMPS POSSIBLY your Insect Screen TO MY raised GARDEN BEDS THAT ARE INCLOSED BY 3/4in. TO 1/2 IN. Sch.40 Plain -End PVC PIPE to the top of the beds .I will be covering some beds that are -6-7 ft.tall , and 3.5 -4 ft. wide by 7-7.5 in length, rectangular in shape and some beds that have 10 ft. hoops stretched /bent over a 4ft by 7-7.5 ft.rectangle beds.I have used in the past light weight row cover but it was very fragile and tore easily.I want a stronger fabric/material that will last many yrs., be able to keep out very small insects ,like aphids,adult size1/10 " and bigger, transmit at least 89% of light and let rain in so my plants can grow well.
1) How much light comes thru this BRITE ALUMINUM SCREEN ?
4)Or and what is the shade factor?
5)What is the porosity to rain, in other words how much rain can come thru?
6)What is the mesh size?
7)Is it UV protected?yes,no?
8)Is the UV protection injected before extrusion of the filaments?yes,no?
9)And is the UV protection chemically bonded?Yes,No?
10 I was thinking I would cut sections (length X width) of the material out using metal snip scissors and separately attach each section to my curved or straight PVC structures using my PVC clamps?
11)Do u think this product /screen would work?
12)If u don't think this product would work do you have any suggestions?
13) I also saw a similar product ,same size ,but made out of Charcoal Aluminum called Charcoal Aluminum Insect Screen made by New York Wire Model # FCS9366-M Internet # 202091892 Store SKU # 1001539767 ,which I asked you about in another question.Do u think this BRITE ALUMINUM SCREEN would let more light in?Yes,No?
14)How much more light would be transmitted,% wise,i.e.. 50% more?
14)Which product do u think would work best for my application?
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