- The standard 18 oz heavy duty vinyl tarpaulin is the most commonly used across industries since it is known for its reliability as well as long-lasting tough material. Our heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is designed to be waterproof, decay-proof, mildew resistant, acid resistant, grease resistant, and tear-resistant to give you long-lasting use for years.
- Our heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is great if you need tarps that is durable and can handle tough, demanding jobs.
- Our heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is enhanced to be UV resistant so it would resist cracking or tearing even under the harsh sun. The heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is ideal for agriculture, construction, and industrial.
MATERIAL: Our heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is 100% waterproof, UV resistant, mildew resistant, oil/grease resistant, and resilient to tearing, making it great for outdoor as well as indoor projects. The 18 oz tag on our vinyl tarpaulin indicates the overall weight of the tarpaulin per square yard, which gives you an idea of the thickness and density of the product. Designed to withstand heavy use, our heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is reinforced with heat-sealed seams and rust-resistant grommets spaced 24 inches.
USAGE: The standard 18oz, heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is our most popular tarp because of its versatility and durability. Made with tough, industrial-strength material, the heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is made to last for years even in the harshest environmental conditions. Our tarpaulin can withstand all ranges of temperature and climate, and hold up in high winds, rainstorms, freezing temperatures, and constant exposure to saltwater or the desert heat. Because of its tough material, the standard 18oz heavy duty vinyl tarpaulin is often used for jobs that are demanding, such as in agriculture industries and trucking industries.
PROJECTS: Our heavy-duty vinyl tarpaulin is popularly used for:
– Recreational/ Sports Venues
– Residential Use
– Car and Boat Cover
– RV Covers
– Home Covers
– Canopy & Events
– Dump Trucks
– Flatbed Hauling
– Hay Tarps