Monday, September 28, 2015

The Importance Of Fire Retardant Tarps

                                                  
  • Grommets Approximately every 1.5 feet
  • Acid Resistant
  • Waterproof
  • Heavy Duty Poly Tarp
  • Mold Defiant
  • Arctic Temperature-resistant
  • Tear Resistant
  • Ultra violet Treated on two Sides
  •                                                     http://www.tarpsplus.com/firrettar.html
                 Our certified fire retardant tarps are licensed with the government's CPAI-84 specifications. The Tarps Plus manufactured fire retardant tarps come in poly and canvas. Our fire retardant tarps are certified by the California State Fire Marshal. Our fire retardant tarps are all registered with the NFPA 701, CPAI-84 and California Title 19 Guidelines. The fire retardant testing process in order to become certified takes many steps. Tarps Plus fire retardant tarps have been certified for many years and have excelled with excellence. The tarp goes through a long testing process. All our fire retardant tarps are cleared by the California State Fire Marshal's Office, which is a nationwide standard.

    Our fire retardant tarps prevent the tarp from burning due to the special treatment. The Tarps Plus brand flame retardant polyethylene tarps or fire resistant tarps prove time and time again why we are the leader in tarps. All of our fire retardant poly tarps come with a California State Fire Marshal tag permanently attached to the side of the tarp. Never accept fire retardant poly tarps without this label. Canvas tarps do not have the label attached but can have a certification document provided. 

    Sometimes the older methods are the best, people continually try to find alternatives for materials in the hope it will be cheaper and a more effective material, chances are it is a waste of time and money as once a material becomes popular and shows its effectiveness it can be incredibly difficult to ween customers off of it, after all, why should they stop using a certain product when they are not sure of its effectiveness, tarps have always been effective, and more people are using fire retardant tarps. The fire retardant tarps seem like a wise idea to some, and a silly idea to others. It should not be seen as a silly idea however, one plausible reason why you should opt for a fire retardant material instead of a regular one is because it is thicker; you can get it in many sizes to suit any need you may have. As you may be aware fire retardant tarps have many usages, and are used in a variety of trades such as builders, campers, gardeners, those who own boats, for general house hold duties and so on, all of which will want top quality. A tarp generally is used to protect people from the elements, more specifically rain. It is a tough material that can withstand the beating from a tough wind which makes it a perfect material for Lorries or any traders who work outside.

    It makes no sense why people would not opt for fire retardant material; you protect yourself from other elements so why not fire? Just because it has not happened yet, or is unlikely to happen does not mean it will not. Fire retardant material will always give maximum coverage and protection; hence it is always prudent and clever to use a fire retardant material to protect yourself and your property. It is always good to opt for a fire retardant tarp always, because, you could protect yourself from the rain with other tarps, but when there is a fire, you can protect yourself and prevent damage to your goods.

    Saturday, September 19, 2015


    http://www.tarpsplus.com/haycovers.html     
  • 8.5 oz. Per Square Yard.
  • 1400 Denier
  • 14x16 Mesh Count
  • Solid Brass Grommets Approx. Every 18 Inches
  • Acid Resistant
  • Waterproof
  • Heavy Duty Poly
  • Mildew proof 
  •                                      Arctic Flexibility Poly Tarp    
  •            These hay tarp covers are Super Heavy Duty. Our hay tarps are for serious farmers who need to cover hay bales. The hay tarps and hay bale covers are farmer's favorite because they know what craftsmanship a true hay tarp should be. So, if you are looking for what the professionals use at the best price, try our hay tarps.
    Our hay tarps can be used for a horse hay tarp or just regular heavy duty hay tarps. Each hay tarp is reinforced with a super tough poly fabric and a tough super strong tensile strength. Special treatment for long outdoor life. Rope is encased in the hem and a spur eyelet is set into a multi layer fold Special U.V. Treated silver reflects light. These hay tarps or farm tarps are great hay tarps for rain snow & wind. When it comes to covering horse hay with tarps, we suggest our hay tarps. The hay tarps are black on one side and silver on the other - Triple Reinforced Seams Heat Sealed - 1 Inch Ring straps in Nylon Webbing Every 2 Feet - Triangular Reinforced fabric - Super Heavy Duty 16 Mill.
                Farmers have a great need for very high quality tarps that they can use everyday as a part of their occupation. Choose hay tarps that represent only the highest quality and craftsmanship at a great price. A hay tarp such as this should be reinforced on both sides. Most are made from a tough poly fabric to be able to prove strong enough for any job and will last with extended use. Some varieties are also treated so that they are UV resistant. The hay tarps are also a great multi-use products that can be used for a lot of different things are great for extended use in the elements. Our hay tarps are made with very dense materials, featuring as least a 14 by 16 weave count and weighing over 8 ounces per square yard. Most varieties also have heavy duty grommets implemented around the edges at least every 18 to 24 inches, and these are designed in a very rust resistant steel so for long lasting quality. These grommets are implemented to allow the user to secure it easily as necessary.
                These tarps are treated several times so that they will last. They are tear resistant, mildew proof, water resistant or waterproof, and extremely flexible. The seams are sealed and heated so that they will stay hemmed and resist tearing. They are available in a number of various sizes, so that a farmer will have a lot of options to suit his needs. These vary in size from the 14 by 48 to the 45 by 48 foot. Most of them are black in color. This is the most popular color for hay tarps.