Orange Poly Tarps
Orange tarps make great construction tarps due to their high visibility.
Orange Tarps - Polyethylene Tarpaulin
6.0 oz. Per Square Yard. - 1200 Denier - 14x14 Weave Count
Orange tarp finished size is approx. 6" or up to 3% smaller
- Grommets Approx. Every 18 Inches
- Acid Defiant
- Poly Tarp
- Rope Reinforced
- 12 - 14 Mil Thickness
- Arctic Flexibility
- Tear Resistant
- UV Treated on Both Sides
We measure the thickness of our tarps using the unit called mil. A mil is equivalent to 0.001 inch. This computation will give you an idea on how to convert mil to inch: 12 mil/1000 = 0.012.
Denier is the mass in g per 9000 m. In measuring the linear mass density of fibers, this unit is used.
These orange tarps Are Sold By The Case - Individual Tarps can be found by clicking on "For Single Tarp Click Here"
Orange Poly Tarps Sold by the Case
Orange tarps are great for construction when viability is needed. These orange tarps
are U.V. treated with a nylon thread count. Our orange tarps are more heavy duty than most orange tarps so if you need an orange tarp to last a long time, we suggest these.
The Uses Of Orange Tarps
The orange tarps can be used to fill all sorts of needs and functions without costing us an arm and a leg. A tarp is basically a sheet of material that is resistant to some elements and can be used to cover or tie on to another surface for protection. Sizes and resistances to different natural elements varies along with the cost and the materials it is made out of.
Halloween is always a good reason to use orange tarps but there are practical uses also. With the unexpected catastrophes that can strike us at any point along our paths in life we should be ready for the very worst to happen. All over the planet the weather is getting more intense and the disasters are happening with way too much regularity. To not take some precautions against the forces that are basically out of our control is just fool hardy.
In the far stretches of the globe people are using orange poly tarp material and full tarpaulins as homes and shelters this very day. In many cases this is because their homes have been ruined by one act of man or nature or another. A tarp home may seem like a desperate situation, and it usually is, but having a shelter of some kind is always better than nothing.
Tarp shelters are surprisingly long lasting and secure if made with some real effort. Different kinds of tarp can fend off rain and wind better than others. Rain proof and tear resistant materials make for the best and most long lasting emergency shelters. Often these structures are used long after they are intended to be.
The orange tarps also stand out with visibility for emergencies. Whatever your location or your level of need it is wise to have a supply of emergency tarps on hand. They have a million and one practical uses, and they can be a real difference maker when things look their worst. Do not wait for the bad days to find you sitting on your thumbs whistling a tune, be ready for anything with a good tarp ready to go.