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Product Collection Series - Tarpaulins

Product Collection Series - Tarpaulins

One of our most versatile collections are our Tarpaulins, we have sizes ranging from 2.7m x 3.6m to 20m to 12m, weighing 60gsm to 610gsm. The products are an indispensable part of numerous industries and personal applications such as covering machinery, protecting outdoor equipment and providing shelter just to name a few. 

Below we will go into detail about the different types of tarpaulins that we have to offer and the ideal ways that they can be used. 

Heavy Duty Tarpaulins (150gsm - 610gsm) 

Heavy-duty tarpaulins have a wide range of use due to their durability and weather-resistant properties manufactured from sturdy PVC Coated Polyester.  Some of the common ways that heavy-duty tarpaulins are often utilised are on construction sites to cover materials and equipment, or covering goods ad loads during transportation particularly on open bed trucks or trailers.

Heavy-Duty Tarpaulin

These aren't the only ways a heavy-duty tarpaulin can be utilised however, they can also be operated as a makeshift cover or shelter for camping trips, covers for hay or equipment on a farm and even in emergency situations to cover damaged roofs.

Heavy-Duty Tarpaulin on a roof

We also offer products such as cotton canvas and insulated tarpaulins which are manufactured from different materials but still offer the same durability and toughness that a standard 610gsm PVC tarpaulin does. 

If you want to learn more about our Heavy-Duty Tarpaulins or are interested in purchasing our Heavy Duty tarpaulins, click the link here - 

Lightweight Tarpaulins 

We stock a wide range of lighter tarpaulins that are designed to provide protection against the elements whilst being easier to handle and transport compared to the heavier tarpaulins.


Lightweight Tarpaulin


Our lighter sheets have a laminated finish to 0.05mm with a welded corded hem along with eyelets located in the corners of the product allowing for tie down.

The tarpaulin is traditionally used as a cover for small machines or vehicles but the product has a variety of uses such as a a furniture cover, camping sheet and windbreak. 

If you are interested in our lightweight tarpaulins, click the link here -

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