COVERING STRUCTURES

Sikuro Hail

In order to obtain a sure and protective vineyard structure against hail the system must follow the fundamental rules. The Valente SIKURO HAIL system, has a max.height of 4 mt. from the ground, and can protect all Spindel o Superspindel cultivated orchards. The structure is done with C.A.P. poles, placed with a max. distance between them 8,00 mt and connected lengthwise and transversewise with threads and ropes anchored on the ground all along the perimeter, assuring a steady and safety result. The anti-hail net must correctly be dimensioned in order to have the total and sure covering of the orchards: in particular, the space which remains between the net and the ground must not exceed the width of the rows.


The system is a tensile structure consisting of vertical supports connected to each other by means of steel wires and cables and kept taut by means of special anchors set in the ground. The net is laid on top to cover the rows of fruit plants. The net is installed with a larger width than it is required and it is fixed mesh by mesh; its inclined position makes it elastic when it hails. Nets are interrupted by gaps to let the hail roll down. Its distinguishing feature lies in the fact that the net does not rest entirely on the structure and instead sits just on the “ridge wire”, while the cross cable (which is essential to keep the structure stable) runs on top. This allows the netting to slide down under the strain of the heavy hail.

Sikuro Rain

In order to obtain a sure and protective structure able to protect cherries, raspberries, berries, ribes etc.. from rain and hail, the installation must follow the fundamental rules. The Valente SIKURO RAIN system, has a max. height of 4,00 mt. from the ground, and can protect all Spindel o Superspindel cultivated orchard. The structure is done with C.A.P. poles, placed with a max. distance between them 8,00 mt and connected lengthwise and transversewise with threads and ropes anchored on the ground all along the perimeter, assuring a steady and safety result. The anti-hail net and the anti-rain sheet must correctly be dimensioned in order to have the total and sure covering of the orchards: in particular, the space which remains between the net and the ground must not exceed the width of the rows.

 

The SIKURO RAIN system is a tensile structure consisting of C.A.P. poles connected to each other by means of steel wires and cables and kept taut by means of special anchors set in the ground. The covering is made up of a anti-rain sheet and anti-hail net which are opened both at the same time for the protection of bad weather. The anti-rain sheet is, composed in two parts, fixed in a continuous way with an elastic rope. This to guarantee the protection against the consequent windy period and the sheet tear. The anti-hail net is laid on top to cover the rows of fruit plants. The net is installed with a larger width than it is required and it is fixed mesh by mesh; its inclined position makes it elastic when it hails. Nets are interrupted by gaps to let the hail roll down. Its distinguishing feature lies in the fact that the net does not rest entirely on the structure and instead sits just on the “ridge wire”, while the cross cable (which is essential to keep the structure stable) runs on top. This allows the netting to slide down under the strain of the heavy hail.The anti-rain sheet remains opened for 30 days, while the hail risk presents itself at least 150 days; therefore, the anti-hail net will protect the orchards for the remaing risk period.

Sikuro Sun


In order to obtain a sure and protective citrus and seeding structure against wind the system must follow the fundamental rules. The Valente SIKURO SUN system, has a max. height of 4 mt. from the ground, and can protect all Spindel o Superspindel cultivated orchard. The structure is done with C.A.P. poles, placed with a max. distance between them 8,00 mt and connected lengthwise and transversewise with threads and ropes anchored on the ground all along the perimeter, assuring a steady and safety result. The shade net must correctly be dimensioned in order to have the total and sure covering of the orchards: in particular, the space which remains between the net and the ground must not exceed the width of the rows.

 

The SIKURO SUN system is a tensile structure consisting of C.A.P. poles connected to each other by means of steel wires and cables and kept taut by means of special anchors set in the ground. The shade net is laid on top to cover the rows of fruit plants. The net is installed with a larger width than it is required and it is fixed on the rope with plates between the shade sheet with an elastic rope; its inclined position makes it elastic when it hails. Nets are interrupted by gaps to let the hail roll down. Its distinguishing feature lies in the fact that the net does not rest entirely on the structure and instead sits just on the “ridge wire”, while the cross cable (which is essential to keep the structure stable) runs on top. This allows the netting to slide down under the strain of the heavy hail.

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