Originated from an idea in 2001 the company VOEN has developed a covering system for fruit crops, which in all aspects of its character has a unique position in the market.
For this system, as is the case for other systems, we do not use one single sheet of covering material. A strong hail net is the base for our covers, onto which the plastic sheeting is stitched and then finally glued in place.
This worldwide patented system offers the essential advantage, compared to other systems, that a permanent ventilation of the orchard is guaranteed. This ventilation provides optimal climatic conditions inside the orchard, decreases the threat of pests and fungal diseases for the plants and supports the healthy growth of the fruit.
Furthermore the system, whether it is of steel or wooden construction, can be assembled with comparably low time investment, and in case of the steel framework even be dismantled for re-use, without compromising on static properties and safety of the system.
The VOEN covering system masters all given tasks positively, whether it is in the very dry regions of Australia, the steep slopes in Norway or extreme weather conditions in the Altes Land of Germany and coastal areas of the Netherlands.
The biggest flexibility is displayed in the construction of the VOEN covering system in wood or steel. The height of the structure depends on the landscape and the crop to be covered, normally between 3m to 5m in height. The distance between rows varies between 2m (e.g. narrow raspberry rows) and 6m (e.g. broad cherry orchards). Steep slopes also present no obstacle in terms of framework as well as covers, no matter if the rows run horizontal or vertical across the slope.
Familiarize yourself further with this unique covering solution here.
VOEN Vöhringer GmbH & Co. KG
Aichach 1, D-88276 Berg
Phone: +49 (0) 751 - 48742
Fax: +49 (0) 751 - 45915
For a material calculation individually based on your orchard just complete the following form and send it back to us.
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