Poly Cotton Flame Retardant Tarpaulins - Sand (14OZ)
New to Tarpaflex are a range of Flame Retardant Poly Cotton Canvas tarpaulins. These all-purpose covers are fabricated from a 50/50 blend of cotton and polyester, offering superior strength and water repellency over traditional cotton canvas tarps.
These tarpaulins are flame retardant, certified to BS7837 and BS3408 as well as Californian Standard CPAI-84. They have also been treated to 14oz (approx 490gsm) for weather resistant protection, and are breathable.
Our Poly Cotton canvas tarpaulins are imported from India, and have alternating eyelets and D-rings every 8 inches (20cm). These water repellent covers benefit from superior waterproof qualities over our traditional cotton canvas, plus superior sheet strength despite their lighter weight.
Fabricated from a natural fabric, these hardy tarps are breathable; however please bear in mind that a minimal amount of shrinkage can occur where canvas tarpaulins are subject to varying temperatures.
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Water resistant poly/cotton canvasAlternating eyelets and D-rings at 8 inch intervals Flame retardant - to British Standard 7837 and 3408, and Californian CPAI-84
14oz material, available in sand lighter weight than traditional cotton canvas but with superior strength
(Images are for illustrative purposes only; colours and tarpaulin fittings (eg. eyelets, corner reinforcements) may vary as stock is sourced from multiple suppliers. Images copyright to Tarpaflex - no reproduction without the explicit consent of Tarpaflex.)
|(Images are for illustrative purposes only; colours and tarpaulin fittings (eg. eyelets, corner reinforcements) may vary as stock is sourced from multiple suppliers. Images copyright to Tarpaflex - no reproduction without the explicit consent of Tarpaflex.)|
Please Note: All our tarpaulin sizes are 'cut sizes' which is industry standard terminology for the size of the material before it is fabricated into a tarpaulin. Therefore expect the 'finished' size to be up to 30 cms shorter, and up to 45cm on very large sizes. Most tarps will have a seam as they are fabricated by heat sealing several pieces of polyethylene together.