Ever since sorting grids back in the early 1990's was introduced as a technical regulation to reduce by-catch, the general opinion is that grids and selectivity devices are here to stay in one form or another.
Therefore it should be stressed that these devices should be developed as simple as possible, both in handling and repairing.
So far grid materials such as stainless steel and plastic (HDPE) have been the most common. However, in recent time Cosmos has taken a new step in introducing a nylon material, trying to combine properties from both previous mentioned materials and added other important qualities such as flexibility, handiness as well as repair and user-friendliness.
If you may have an idea for a new type of sorting grid which would give favourable terms for your fishery, feel free to contact us at any time, and we will see how to assist you in this development project.