Tarpaulin Size – Waterproof Tarpaulin | HDPE Tarpaulin from Nellai Tarpaulin
A tarpaulin or tarp is a large sheet of waterproof cloth. Tarps are used for temporary shelter and to cover items being stored outdoors. They are also sometimes used to cover the back of a pickup truck and protect a load. Traditionally, tarps were made of cotton canvas, but modern tarps are often PVC or some kind of poly material. Canvas has the disadvantage of tending to rot, while plastic is often easier to tear. Some tarps are made of nylon mesh. These are used to provide shade rather than protection from the rain.
Most modern tarps are designed to be fire retardant. Needless to say, the cloth or plastic used varies in weight. Heavy-duty tarps may be used to cover vehicles. Other uses for heavy-duty cloth include protecting construction sites. An awning is attached to a building and generally used to provide shade or protection for an outdoor room or area. Sidewalk cafes often have awnings. Tarps come in a variety of colors.
1. Product Information
|Material:||100% PE, HDPE woven fabric, LDPE laminated on both sides|
|Colour:||Blue/Orange/Silver/Black, or as per customer request|
|Density:||120GSM-760GSM (gram/square meter)|
|Decoration:||1. High tear Resistant|
2. Waterproof – 100% Guaranteed
4, UV- Stabilization – UV Protection properties optional
|Packing:||Packed on paper tubes wrapped in the same color tarpaulin sheet, Each piece put in a polybag with one paper label insert several pieces packed in bale made of the same material tarpaulin sheet a bale, print shipping mark on each bale|
|Application:||1) PE Tarpaulin is widely used for truck cover, ship cover, ground cover, luggage cover, and cargo storage or transportation in mineral factories and ports, and hundreds more use.|
2) PE Tarpaulin can be used as tents outside, travel, and calamities.
3) PE Tarpaulin is to cover and protect the goods in the open air.
2. Tarpaulin Sizes – 100% Waterproof Tarpaulin Sheet
|SIZE||GSM||PC WEIGHT||PCS PER BUNDLE||BUNDLE WEIGHT||SIZE||GSM||PC WEIGHT||PCS PER BUNDLE||BUNDLE WEIGHT||SIZE||GSM||PC WEIGHT||BUNDLE WEIGHT||PCS PER BUNDLE|
|9×6 Feet||120 GSM||0.7||40||26.1||9×6 Feet||170 GSM||0.9||30||27.1||9×6 Feet||250 GSM||1.3||30||39.1|
|12×9 Feet||120 GSM||1.3||25||32.6||12×9 Feet||170 GSM||1.8||20||36.1||12×9 Feet||250 GSM||2.6||15||39.1|
|15×12 Feet||120 GSM||2.1||15||31.4||15×12 Feet||170 GSM||2.8||12||34.1||15×12 Feet||250 GSM||4.2||10||41.8|
|18×12 Feet||120 GSM||2.4||12||28.9||18×12 Feet||170 GSM||3.4||10||34.1||18×12 Feet||250 GSM||5.0||8||40.1|
|18×15 Feet||120 GSM||3.0||10||30.1||18×15 Feet||170 GSM||4.3||8||34.1||18×15 Feet||250 GSM||6.3||7||43.9|
|21×18 Feet||120 GSM||4.2||8||33.7||21×18 Feet||170 GSM||6.0||6||35.8||21×18 Feet||250 GSM||8.8||5||43.9|
|21×20 Feet||120 GSM||4.7||8||37.5||21×20 Feet||170 GSM||6.6||6||39.8||21×20 Feet||250 GSM||9.8||5||48.8|
|24×18 Feet||120 GSM||4.8||7||33.7||24×18 Feet||170 GSM||6.8||5||34.1||24×18 Feet||250 GSM||10.0||4||40.1|
|27×24 Feet||120 GSM||7.2||4||28.9||27×24 Feet||170 GSM||10.2||3||30.7||27×24 Feet||250 GSM||15.1||3||45.2|
|30×18 Feet||120 GSM||6.0||5||30.1||30×18 Feet||170 GSM||8.5||4||34.1||30×18 Feet||250 GSM||12.5||3||37.6|
|30×24 Feet||120 GSM||8.0||3||24.1||30×24 Feet||170 GSM||11.4||3||34.1||30×24 Feet||250 GSM||16.7||2||33.4|
|30×27 Feet||120 GSM||9.0||3||27.1||30×27 Feet||170 GSM||12.8||2||25.6||30×27 Feet||250 GSM||18.8||2||37.6|
|36×30 Feet||120 GSM||12.0||2||24.1||36×30 Feet||170 GSM||17.1||2||34.1||36×30 Feet||250 GSM||25.1||1||25.1|
|40×30 Feet||120 GSM||13.4||2||26.8||40×30 Feet||170 GSM||19.0||2||37.9||40×30 Feet||250 GSM||27.9||1||27.9|
|40×40 Feet||120 GSM||17.8||2||35.7||40×40 Feet||170 GSM||25.3||1||25.3||40×40 Feet||250 GSM||37.2||1||37.2|
|50×40 Feet||120 GSM||22.3||1||22.3||50×40 Feet||170 GSM||31.6||1||31.6||50×40 Feet||250 GSM||46.5||1||46.5|
|50×50 Feet||120 GSM||27.9||1||27.9||50×50 Feet||170 GSM||39.5||1||39.5||50×50 Feet||250 GSM||58.1||1||58.1|
Common Tarpaulin Types by Purpose:
- Fence tarpaulins are usually seen on construction sites
- Flame retardant tarpaulins are treated tarpaulins to resist fire or at least slow it down
- Insulated tarpaulins are manufactured as insulation against extreme temperatures
- Pool tarpaulins are pool covers that are totally waterproof to keep leaves and other debris out of the pool
- Sports tarpaulins are extra-large tarps used to cover playing fields to protection against harsh environmental elements
- UV protected tarpaulins are UV-treated to protect against the sun’s harmful UV rays
Other Types of Tarps include:
HDPE tarp, Canvas Tarps, Clear PVC Tarps & Curtains, Drain Tarps – Leak Diverter Tarps, Heavy Duty Mesh Tarps, Lumber Tarps, Neoprene Coated Nylon Tarps, Polyethylene Sheeting, Polyethylene Tarps, Refuse Transfer Trailer Tarps, Roofers Tear-Off Tarps, Salvage Covers – Tarps, Steel Tarps, Temper Tent Tarps – Flame Retardant Tarps, Vinyl Tarps.
Why Choose Us?
- Competitive and resonable price
- Steady product quality, strict quality control
- Reply your enquiry in 24 working hours ,any time you can contact us.
- Delivery promoptly , good after sale
- We offer a full line of standerd size wholesale Home & Garden Tarps and Heavy-Duty Commercial Grade Tarps
- Professional staffs for your enquiry and problem.
Product Related FAQ
Q1. Are all tarpaulin fire retardant?
No, not all tarps or covers are fire retardant. Please make sure to check each product specification to make sure we state “FR” or “Fire Retardant” within the product specs.
Q2. What does rope reinforced mean?
When a tarp states that it is rope reinforced, it means that there is a rope that is placed inside the hems of the tarp. This adds strength to the tarp’s edge.
Q3. Are all tarpaulin water resistant?
No, please check the specifications for each tarp. All poly tarps and vinyl tarps are water-resistant but mesh tarps and other shade or covers are not water-resistant.
Q4. Which tarpaulin should I buy?
Tarps should always be purchased with the application in mind. Will you use your tarp indoors or outdoors? Will your tarp be exposed to the elements? How long do you want your tarp to last? Do you have a specific color in mind? All of these questions will come into play when choosing the tarp that fits your needs.
Q5. What is the difference between water resistant tarps and waterproof tarps?
Water-resistant tarps can withstand the entry of water into the fabric for a short period of time while waterproof tarps offer complete protection from water or moisture.
Q6. Difference between cut and finish size?
Cut-size is the dimension of the fabric before its hem and seam are sewn. The tarps that we manufacture & sell would be 2 inches shorter than the cut size. The finished size is the actual size that you will receive. We will always mention whether your tarp will be cut or finished size.
Q7. How long do tarps last?
The longevity of your tarp will depend on the material and how the tarp is being used. Our expert sales team can ensure you choose the right tarp for your application.
Q8. I want to talk to a sales person, who can I call?
Our tarp experts are readily available to take your call. Please call us at 06381013451, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the chat feature.