Fire Retardant Heavy Duty Canvas Tarps
Tarps Plus flame retardant canvas tarps are made with certified flame retardant. Our flame retardant canvas tarps
are breathable and will not gather moisture. Canvas Tarps also repel water, mildew and rotting. Tarps Plus flame retardant canvas tarps pass the O.S.H.A. ruling for flame retardant tarps. We take pride in offering canvas fire retardant tarps that are widely used by professionals across the country.
This is a made to order tarp. It is hand sewn here in the United States. It takes approximately 7-10 business days to make your tarp before it is shipped to you.
Flame Retardant Canvas Tarp Color: Olive Drab
Super Grade Cotton Duck Filled Canvas Fabric. Fully treated water resistant and flame retardant canvas.
Weighs full 18 ounces per sq. yard.
Canvas tarp weighs full 12 ounces per sq. yard before treatment and production.
Triple thick hems.
Tarps Plus brand fire retardant tarps are triple stitched. The tarpís circumference is double edged with brass grommets of heavy duty type which are fastened to the material.
These top grade and brass grommets of high thickness are placed every 24 inches along the circumference of tarp.
The tarp sizes are the cut sizes. The finished size of the tarp is almost 3% - 5% lesser after edges and seams.
Canvas Tarps of Flame Retardant type usually ships in two to three business days.
If you are seeking custom made canvas tarps of fire retardant type, contact us at 1-800-838-3057
If you are seeking canvas tarps of high quality and flame resistant type, we recommend our canvas tarps of flame resistant type.
Looking for canvas tarps of flame retardant type? Our canvas tarps of flame retardant type are excellent heavy duty. These tarps are prepared with top grade canvas. You can go for our canvas tarps of flame retardant type when you want to slow down the fire by using something valuable.
Fire Retardant Heavy Duty Canvas Tarps
Looking for flame retardant canvas tarps? Our flame retardant canvas tarps are super heavy duty and made with high grade canvas. When you want to retard a flame with coverage of something value consider our flame retardant canvas tarps.
A Look At Flame Retardant Canvas Tarps
Tarps are multi-purpose items that everyone seems to have at least one of lying somewhere around the house. Often they are in some obscure place, waiting until we have a job that necessitates their use. The flame retardant canvas tarps are a specialized form of these items that are treated with special chemicals so that they are fire retardant.
While tarps have many uses, the flame retardant tarps is perhaps the most important. Few materials can be used in settings where there is a fire hazard, and this is one of them. They are often used in industrial settings and in public places where there are strict fire regulations in place.
Our flame retardant canvas tarps are double stitched at the hem. There is a rope sewn into the seam of the tarp for extra reinforcement. Grommets are implemented into the canvas tarp as well, making it easily implemented for any task. These reinforced grommets are spaced twenty-four inches apart.
The material of flame retardant canvas tarps are a bit heavier than the poly fire retardant tarps. The canvas material and the special treatment coating that makes it flame resistant, these are usually somewhat heavier than the average. Small may be around 6 by 8 feet, while the larger ones are 20 by 30 feet and much heavier.
Some prefer a Cotton duck canvas material because it is a little more weather resistant than the normal canvas type. It is not only water resistant, but mildew resistant, and when treated, these are also appropriate for use in areas where there is a real fire hazard. Keep in mind that canvas varieties will get rather stiff as they age. But they are known to last an average of three to five years, keeping their flame resistant coating for at least this long with average use.