Tarps Now offers you Super Heavy Duty Vinyl Tarps using rugged Vinyl Coated Polyester engineered to provide long lasting performance like few others. These Super Heavy Duty Tarps weigh in at a full 22 ounces with properties that includes resistance to mildew, grease and oil. In addition, these Super Heavy Duty Tarps include a thicknkness of 28 Mils, are highly resistant to abrasions, incredibly durable and are waterproof.
Tarps Now Super Heavy Duty Vinyl Tarps are made in the Made in USA. They offer you with easy handling with brass grommets in corners and spaced at approximately 24" around perimeter. They are widely used in covering machinery, as well as trucking, agriculture, manufacturing, warehousing and construction. They are manufactured as Full, Finished Size Tarps in Eight (8) different colors
Material: 100% PVC Coated Polyester Scrim
Fabric Weight: 22 oz. Per Square Yard
Thickness: 28 Mils
Color: Red, White, Royal Blue, Green, Black, Yellow, Gray
Grade: A Grade
Finish: UV and Mildew Resistant, Waterproof
Low Temperature: -40 degrees F
High Temperature: 160 degrees F
Grommets: #4 Brass grommets / spacing approx. 24"
Size: Finished Size Tarp
Made in USA.
Tarps Now Super Heavy Duty Vinyl tarps are made to order and take 10-25 business days to manufacture.
(size tolerance of +/- 2")
Super Heavy Duty Vinyl Tarps are made for maximum performance, which is why you’ll see them in use in trucking, on big farms, at boatyards and at construction and industrial sites. These 22-ounce super heavy-duty grade vinyl heavy-duty truck tarps and railroad car tarpaulins will resist abrasions, mildew, grease and oil, and our customers like how easy they are to handle on the job. They will keep your inventory dry as construction and factory equipment covers, hay covers, floor covers, canopy covers, shelters, RV Covers, trailer tarps, best truck covers and shipyard covers. Expert craftsman at Tarps Now can meet your specification in custom sizes, too.
Please note California Proposition 65 for this product in providing a warning to Californians about exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.