|5' x 7'||6' x 6'||6' x 8'||6' x 10'||6' x 20'|
|7' x 9'||8' x 10'||8' x 12'||8' x 16'||9' x 12'|
|10' x 10'||10' x 12'||10' x 14'||10' x 16'||10' x 18'|
|10' x 20'||10' x 24'||10' x 30'||10' x 40'||12' x 12'|
|12' x 14'||12' x 16'||12' x 18'||12' x 20'||12' x 24'|
|12' x 36'||12' x 40'||14' x 16'||14' x 20'||15' x 15'|
|15' x 20'||15' x 25'||15' x 30'||16' x 20'||16' x 24'|
|16' x 30'||16' x 32'||18' x 20'||18' x 24'||18' x 32'|
|20' x 20'||20' x 24'||20' x 25'||20' x 30'||20' x 40'|
|20' x 50'||24' x 24'||24' x 30'||24' x 36'||24' x 40'|
|26' x 40'||26' x 55'||30' x 30'||30' x 40'||30' x 50'|
|30' x 60'||40' x 40'||40' x 50'||40' x 60'||40' x 100'|
|50' x 50'||50' x 100'||50' x 150'||60' x 100'||60' x 120'|
|80' x 80'||100' x 100'|
These blue poly tarpaulins are 100% water resistant and are great roof covers. They will not rot or mildew and stay flexible in freezing weather. All blue tarpaulins are reinforced with rope in the hem and rust resistant grommets. Lightweight Blue tarpaulins are great for covering roofs, wood piles among many other uses. All blue tarpaulins have an 10x10 mesh count and weight approximately 4.5 oz per/yard. Note: the finished size is approx. 6" or up to 2% smaller and the ounces per square yard can slightly vary. When shopping for blue tarpaulins you always want to check the mesh count and the thickness. The poly coating and mesh count on our blue poly tarpaulins are thicker than the average standard light duty tarpaulins on the market. Our blue poly tarpaulins are specially made for government standards in emergency use. We have been selling blue polyethylene tarpaulins for over 50 years so if you are looking for quality blue tarpaulins that fit the FEMA standards we suggest these blue poly tarpaulins.
Our super strong blue tarpaulins are weather resistant and offer double sided UV protection. Sold 4 per case, these superior quality blue tarpaulins are designed to offer dependable protection in weather ranging from freezing temperatures to hot desert sun.
The blue tarpaulins has become part of America's landscape. We have all seen blue tarpaulins on roofs and backyards, covering our societies needs. Numerous ways exist in which people are able to use blue tarpaulins. Many people are able to use this without any difficulty. These are used to cover items that the owner cannot afford to have damaged. When camping, they are handy as a makeshift tent.
People who enjoy recreational sailing can also benefit from having tarpaulins on the boat. As they are often exposed to the elements, they need to be extremely durable. Apart from protecting items they also need to be able to withstand the wind. Cargo can be wrapped tightly in the economical blue tarpaulins to protect it. People are able to select from a variety of thickness according to their specific needs. The standard thickness is about 7 millimeters. The weight of this is around 4.0 ounces per square yard. Reinforced edges make sure added strength and grommets are inserted thirty-six inches apart. Furthermore they are entirely mildew resistant, rot proof and waterproof. The material is single ply and UV treated.
Electrical equipment can also be protected with these. This would be required when people travel long distances and the equipment could be exposed to the elements. An example of this is if the equipment was on the back of an open truck. The edges of the blue tarpaulins are double stitched and folded over, with reinforcement by way of cord. There is added reinforcement at the corners and grommets are in place every three feet. As the edges are folded over, the result is about two percent smaller. This is because the size given is when the material was cut initially. These blue tarpaulins are good for covering industrial items on a temporary basis, construction site covers, patio furniture covers, garden and lawn equipment and lastly emergency roof repairs.