November 14, 2016

Meat Netting

Fispak supply TruNet elastic meat netting. Trunature is the World’s biggest Meat Netting manufacturer with BRC accredited facilities in both the UK and Vietnam. We offer their Traditional Nets, Q-Net, Stockinette and the unique Total Control Net as well as Poultry Loops and Twine.

Traditional Meat Netting is produced by covering food grade latex with polyester yarn, and warp knitting it on cylindrical machines to produce nets of different strengths and formats. Used mainly in the meat industry, for shaping during cooking and presentation. 

Standard colours are white and red/white but a wide range is available to order.

Meat Netting with meat inside

Total Control Net (TCN)

TCN is particularly useful where a constant diameter for portion control and slicing is required as the diameter is both pre-determined and fixed.  The patented knitting process enhances the net’s power so that the amount of rubber can be minimised without compromising compression.

Box Pattern Net

This is a knitted polyester product suitable for emulsions stuffed on high pressure equipment. It produces a superior box pattern on hams and poultry meat and is also easily removed from the product.  Available in nominal calibres of 110mm and 150mm.


A knitted Stockinette type net that is elasticated to give good shape to whole and boneless hams or emulsions.  It also allows good smoke penetration.

Poultry Loops

These roastable loops are made from cotton or polyester covered rubber.  The lengths range from 4.5 to 16cm and are also available in a variety of colours.


Both elastic and non elastic twines are offered for use on tying machines for meat and poultry.  They are supplied on food grade plastic cones and individually shrink wrapped.  Colours are white, red/white, green/white and blue/white.

Netting Equipment

For faster, more efficient production a range of net loaders are also available. A stuffing tube is placed in the loader and net is fed onto it.  It is then removed and meat pieces can be netted through it while another tube is being loaded.  Several tubes can be in use depending on the production levels required.