For many jobs that need extra light penetration these clear tarps are ideal. Chicken coops, greenhouses, cages and a number of industrial jobs can include the use of these sheets. UV treatment builds greater protection against the sun and allows for the use outside for temporary solutions. The extra rope reinforcement meshing helps to extend its life in a tougher environment, supporting the weave of the tarp and helping with the overall strength.
This clear tarp consists of a white reinforced mesh which has then been laminated on both sides producing a cover that is approximately twice as strong as an economy groundsheet. The high density polyethylene lamination provides the 100% waterproof feature as well as it being rotproof and UV stabilised. Additionally even though this a robust tarp it is still very easy to handle and is extremely flexible. Eyelets are placed every metre along every side of the tarpaulin within poly rope hems. Furthermore, each corner is plastic reinforced around the eyelet to increase the strength and durability. In order to prolong the life of this tarp make sure that it is fully supported when used. Additionally, do not hang the sheet from just the eyelets as this can cause them to rip out due to the weight of the tarp as well as any other forces such as wind.
- Reinforced centre grid.
- HDPE lamination.
- Rotproof, shrinkproof and UV resistant.
- Available in 9 sizes.
Available sizes: 3m x 4m, 4m x 5m, 4m x 6m, 4m x 8m, 4m x 10m, 4m x 14m, 6m x 8m, 8m x 10m, 10m x 17m.
Wanted a small greenhouse so orded this cover from qvs, and now have tomatoes and cucumbers growing in my back garden
kevin.beards | morecambe | July 2021
I used this to recover my greenhouse Really pleased with the results.
Deborah Burnell | Braunton Devon | March 2021
I used the tarpaulin to replace the canopy on my 3m x 3m wooden gazebo. It was easy to work with and install. It has proved to be very robust, allows good light and has survived all the recent winter storms with no damage. Highly recommend this product
Jim M | Fylde | January 2018