Vinyl Coated Mesh Tarps
The Tarps Plus brand vinyl coated mesh tarps are one of the best shade tarps, fence covers, tennis court shade covers, refuse trucks, and contractors' scaffold covers you could ever ask for. Our vinyl coated mesh tarps have heat sealed seams, web reinforced hems and brass grommets every 24 inches around the perimeter of the tarp. With the multi-mesh tarps you see that they are made of multi colored yarns and have the same specifications as the solid. Note: It is to be noted that the mesh tarps that are vinyl coated are custom made tarps. In the United States, these tarps are handmade. The tarps take around 7 to10 business to be finished and then they are shipped to you.
- Fabric: 10 oz per sq. yd, 11 x 11 count plain weave, provides 50% shade
- Vinyl Mesh Tarp has heat sealed seams and web reinforced hems
- Brass Grommets every 2 ft. on all sides
- Choice of colors: Black, Blue, Gray, Green, Orange, Red, Tan, White, Yellow, Multi-color
For long lasting quality and to be able to handle the harsh sun for long periods of time, our vinyl mesh tarps are a good choice. Try these vinyl mesh tarps, if you intend to use for some heavy duty purposes.
Why Use Vinyl Coated Mesh Tarps?
Vinyl coated mesh tarps combine a number of components into some of the most popular tarps available right now. What does this style of tarp have going for it, you might ask. Well, practicality, above all else, but how does it achieve that practicality. Here are a few of the pieces of the puzzle that make vinyl coated mesh such a popular choice for those looking for a tarpaulin.
The mesh fabrics that go into these tarps tend to be incredibly strong, durable and tough, capable of withstanding some pretty serious abuse over time. Mesh can be used for anything from protecting from the rain to covering the back of a truck and even hauling camping equipment and so on. The bottom line is that mesh is tough and durable. Not all materials used to make tarps are, especially not pure vinyl, which, alone, is great for protection from the elements, but not so hot for hauling anything.
The vinyl coating is why these tarps provide the best of both worlds. Where the mesh provides strength and durability, the vinyl provides water proofing and long lasting. It's obvious, of course, that the vinyl will help to provide an air proof seal, allowing you to use the tarp to protect from the elements, or to provide protection from moisture or rain or what have you, but what a lot of people don't realize is that vinyl can also help the tarp last longer.
Many materials tend to mildew rather quickly, or crack and crumble and tear, or with mesh, they may simply fray over time. Well, with vinyl coating, the life span of a tarp can be extended for years past what the same tarp would last without coating.
At the end of the day what it comes down to is practicality, and that's what these tarps have in spades.