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Standard Mesh Fiberglass for Windows and Doors on your T1N 2001-2006 Sprinter Van
Mesh count: 18×16
Yarn Diameter (inch): .010 – .011
Fabric Thickness (inch): .0125
Burst Strength (psi): 92
Light Transmission: 69%
Mesh Weight [not listed]
Bond Strength: [not listed]
Tight Durable Mesh to Stop Tiny Insects on your T1N 2001-2006 Sprinter Van
Mesh Count 18×18
Yarn Diameter (inch): .013 Warp / .013 Fill
Fabric Thickness (inch): .021
Burst Strength (psi): 160
Light Transmission [not listed]
Mesh Weight (oz./sq. yd.): 6
Aperture: [not listed]
Bond Strength (lb.): 31
Composition: Vinyl on Polyester
Keep in mind there is always a trade off when comparing two different materials.
The standard house screen is lighter and could provide more light and more air flow while blocking mosquitoes and most other small insects. If you are looking for something that will allow maximum air and light in while keeping flies and mosquitoes out, you may want to choose the standard house screen fabric.
The 2001-2006 Sprinter Van standard screen cost less then the upgraded no-ss-ums but worth it. Now if you are dealing with the biting midge (the Ceratopogonidae) then the no-see-um screen is a good choice.
The 2001-2006 Sprinter Van no-see-um screen is also a bit stronger and therefore more pet friendly. No matter which screen you choose, you will find the majority of bugs are kept out with either screen.
Whether you are camping or overlanding with the family, embarking on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in South America or enjoying a scenic trip to the Grand Canyon, a screen door will ensure you can be more comfortable and relaxed inside your Sprinter van or RV conversion.