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Polyethylene foil.

Polyethylene foil.

High quality.


Custom-made film, delivered quickly!

Tunnel film and greenhouse film come in all shapes and sizes. At all kinds of different suppliers. For the development of the crop it is very important which type of foil is chosen. This is because there are many different properties that can be applied to the film. Properties that improve the quality of the film. Examples are: thermicity, anti-condensation, anti-fog, anti-dust, UV-stability and light transmission.

The film range of FruitSecurity Holland consists of the most qualitative and high-quality films in the most common widths. The polyethylene film can be used for growing soft fruits such as: strawberries, blueberries, redcurrants, raspberries, etc. The strength of our polyethylene film is that it has various properties to influence the climate under the film in the right way. Influencing the climate is necessary to achieve a better end result.

Tunnel film with plank and arch system

Diamond® foil

FruitSecurity Holland supplies Diamond® foil in addition to the standard types. The Diamond® foil was developed for more intensive weather conditions. Additives are added to prevent light from shining directly onto the crops, for example. The film then creates a unique and high light diffusion, preventing sunburn and the "shadow" effect.

Photosynthetic efficiency is also increased with Diamond® film, as light diffusion allows light to reach the crop from all sides.

Lengths and widths

FruitSecurity Holland film is available in various thicknesses, widths and lengths. Thicknesses from 100 microns* to 200 microns, widths from 2.0 m to 14.5 m and lengths of any length from 50 m.

*1 micron is 0,001mm.

Foil wrapping machine
Polyethylene foil

FruitSecurity Holland devises, supplies én assembles

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Light transmission

An important property of film is light transmission. Diffuse light reduces shadow and ensures that the plant receives a more evenly distributed light distribution throughout the day. Better light distribution allows the plant to get more light from the PAR range of the light spectrum, both for the upper leaves and the lower leaves, so more photosynthesis can take place. Maximum permeability of the PAR-range is then necessary.

Diffuse films distribute the light more evenly. This will considerably reduce the risk of UV stress and make the plant less susceptible to disease. Due to this light distribution, all fruits will be beautifully coloured because the light reaches the fruit in all positions.

Light transmittance tunnel film

UV stability

Crops can be damaged by excessive sunlight, resulting in crop burns. FruitSecurity Holland film therefore has a UV property that protects the crop and film from Ultraviolet light.

Ultraviolet light (UV) affects polyethylene film and can even damage the film. The life of the film therefore depends on its UV resistance. To protect the film and increase the UV resistance, UV stabilisers are added during the production process.

The UV resistance of the film depends on 4 factors:

  1. Foil thickness.
  2. Light transmission/ transparency.
  3. Type of raw material.
  4. The use of additives such as UV stabilisers.

These 4 factors protect the film against UV light.

Thermal property with EVA

The thermal property in the foil limits heat loss in the greenhouse. The greenhouse heats up during the day through thermal radiation (IR). Special properties that block IR radiation are incorporated in the FruitSecurity Holland film. This insulates the plant and creates a controlled temperature.

Thermal properties have been added to the tunnel foil or greenhouse foil so that the heat remains in the greenhouse and tunnel at night. The thermicity in the foil is obtained by adding EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate). EVA also improves the foil's elasticity. As a result, heat radiation (infrared radiation) is kept inside the tunnel or greenhouse very efficiently, this up to 85%.

Thermicity and light transmission tunnel film Thermicity table tunnel film


Anti-Drip is very important to protect the crop from diseases caused by condensation. Waterdrops also work as a mirror and reflect the light. The Anti-Drip feature therefore ensures that the drops do not fall down onto the plants or that the drops remain 'stuck' to the film. But through the Anti-Drip function the drops slide down along the film.

Anti-Drip tunnel film Anti Condensation Foil

Anti-dust adhesion

The Anti-Dust application is used to let dust and sand slide off the tunnels. Anti-dust also reduces the chance of algae growth on the foil. The result is longer light transmission during the service life. In addition, a smooth film surface makes film cleaning easier.


In some parts of the world where there are large differences between day and night temperatures, mist can form on the film in the morning.

The anti-fog additive in FruitSecurity Holland film absorbs the fog into the film and the anti-condensation layer. The anti-condensation layer then lets the condensation run down as a layer of water.

UV-Open folie

A "UV-Open" film lets the UV radiation, which reaches the earth's surface, pass through unfiltered. 

Opening the UV range from 320nm is necessary to develop the Anthocyanin pigments (red) in bicoloured roses, nectarines and red-leaved lettuce. Anthocyanin pigment needs UV light to give colour. Anthocyanin gives the purple colour to certain types of lettuce and aubergines. A film with a UV filter causes problems with colouring in these crops. Therefore, a UV-open film must be used. FruitSecurity Holland checks which film is most suitable for each crop.


Diffusion laser tunnel film

This photo shows the type of film that spreads the light. The light diffusion reduces the shadow of the tunnel construction and the crop itself. This enables the crop to make optimal use of the light for photosynthesis.

Light as nutrition

Just as people need food, plants need it too. The quality of the light is just as important as its quantity. The human eye has a peak sensitivity in the yellow-green area. Plants, on the other hand. Plants respond more effectively to red light and to blue light. Just as fat provides the most efficient calories for humans, red light provides the most efficient food for plants. All of this makes it extremely important which film is chosen for cultivation.

Who are we

Meet the team of FruitSecurity Holland. You can reach us in all possible ways.

Gerben van Veldhuizen

Innovative entrepreneur
Gerben van Veldhuizen

Gerben van Veldhuizen is founder and owner of FruitSecurity Holland. From Gerben founded, together with Teus de Jong, FruitSecurity Holland. As an innovative entrepreneur Gerben is responsible for the general management within FruitSecurity Holland.

Teus de Jong

Technical director
Teus de Jong

Teus de Jong is founder and owner of FruitSecurity Holland. From, Teus founded FruitSecurity Holland together with Gerben van Veldhuizen. As technical director, Teus is responsible for the implementation of the assembly of all systems of FruitSecurity Holland.

Robert Vink

Senior Sales Manager
Robert Vink

Robert Vink is sales manager at FruitSecurity Holland. Robert is a contact person for your questions about film and hail net covers and special solutions. Robert has years of experience in fruit related industries and can provide you with suitable advice.

Rick Mudde

Sales Manager Office
Rick Mudde

Rick Mudde is a sales manager office at FruitSecurity Holland. Rick supervises projects within FruitSecurity Holland. This by coordinating purchasing, sales and logistics.

Jared Zoutewelle

2D&3D Designer
Jared Zoutewelle

Jared Zoutewelle is 2D/3D designer at FruitSecurity Holland. Jared calculates and draws 2D and 3D calculations of the canopies of FruitSecurity Holland based on GPS measurements.

Wilbert Hendriksen

Junior Sales Manager
Wilbert Hendriksen

Wilbert Hendriksen is Sales Manager at FruitSecurity Holland. Wilbert is specialized in the sale of polyethylene film and takes care of the incoming and outgoing goods at FruitSecurity Holland.

Jacco Diepeveen

Project Manager
Jacco Diepeveen

Jacco Diepeveen is project manager at FruitSecurity Holland. Jacco is the link between inside and outside service for the installation. Jacco has experience in leadership positions.

Marco van Dijk

Marco van Dijk

Marco van Dijk is the specialist in assembling/installation at FruitSecurity Holland. Marco takes care of the installation and perfect delivery of hail netting and film systems. Marco works mainly in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

Lisanne Stemerding

Lisanne Stemerding

Lisanne is the administrative assistant within FruitSecurity Holland. Lisanne is responsible for all financial flows and is your contact person for finance.

What we are proud of:


253 Turnkey solutions since 2015


3967 consultancy and advisory services


More then 7.245.000 m2 protected