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Animal Enclosures

Meet the needs of both humans and animals.

The robust wire rope net, Webnet, enables the realisation of the typically delicate and individualised solutions which meet both the needs of humans as well as those of the animals. The objective is to provide not only the animals, but also the visitors a diverse environment. In other words, a solution is sought that has a long service life, is nearly invisible, yet is also sufficiently robust.

The nets used are woven of flexible wire ropes. Their advantages are numerous: they enable space-saving designs, offer the highest degree of transparency and visual airiness, guarantee safety for humans and animals and are convincing due to their low maintenance costs and longevity.

X-Line is there for you with competence for the development of innovative solutions. From the planning phase to turnkey job site assembly.

Limitless enclosures

For an architect planning a new animal enclosure, Webnet provides the perfect solution. The systems provides virtually limitless scope in the design of landscaped enclosures of any shape, size or complexity.

Aviaries for birds to spread their wings

Delivering a nature-inspired environment for animals, Webnet is made of weather-resistant stainless steel rope that replaces traditional cages with a light and transparent structure that is also safe and secure. The lightness of Webnet allows the creation of aviaries big enough for birds to fly.

Turnkey solutions

X-Line provides a complete turnkey solution, or you can choose from our range of services which includes consulting, planning, engineering and assembly. We design solutions individually for every project and can build on our rich experience with animal enclosures around the world.

Committed to animal welfare

Jakob Rope Systems closely works together with zoo experts from around the world, to learn more about the needs of animals and how to build better habitats for them. As a member of  WAZA, World Association of Zoos and Aquariums, we support research into new animal-friendly zoos that benefit animals and the public.

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More information and materials can be found on Jakob Rope System’s website.