Glass Clear PVC Tarpaulins
Our heavyweight clear PVC tarpaulins are great for projects where maximum light penetration is required. Completely waterproof, these tarpaulins are widely used as side curtains on market stalls, or as a cover over goods during bad weather. Clear PVC tarpaulins can be used to work underneath in the garden or during building work as they do not block out light while keeping the working area dry.
Also particularly popular as a waterproof cover for animal enclosures such as rabbit hutches, chicken coops and kennels. These even work well as a water slide!
With the exception of the 1.1m x 25m roll, each tarpaulin comes with a white PVC reinforced hem, with 12mm aluminium eyelets at 50cm intervals.
You may also be interested in: Mono Cover Clear Tarpaulins and Striped Market Stall Tarpaulins
Looking for more details? Visit our Product Info page for information on the construction and manufacture of this tarp, and handy tips for usage.
WaterproofStrong PVC materialAluminium Eyelets at 50cm intervalsPVC Reinforced Hems - Double stitched
310 gsmShrinkproof, Rotproof & UV ProtectedProduced to finished size - manufacturing tolerance max. 5cmAvailable in 11 sizes, plus a roll option without hems and eyelets
(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.)
Our PVC tarpaulins are produced to finished size. There can be a slight manufacturing tolerance but we would not expect this to exceed 5cm. Most tarps will have a seam as they are fabricated by heat sealing several pieces of polyethylene together.
|(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 a maximum of 30 cms shorter