White 200 gsm Heavy Weight PE Tarpaulins
Our Super White Tarpaulins are manufactured to the same standard as the Super Red range of tarpaulins at 200gsm. These tarpaulins are commonly used as roofing tarps, market stall sheets, boat covers, garden party tarpaulins, industrial coverings and for general waterproof sheeting where a heavier duty tarp is required.
Fitted with 12mm aluminium eyelets at 50cm intervals in rope-reinforced hems, and riveted reinforced corners. Super White tarpaulins are popular for applications requiring light penetration, although the sheets cannot be seen through.
Our Super White tarpaulins are popular for use as cricket wicket covers, and we have two sizes targeted especially to this application; a 4m x 25m and 8m x 25m option, offering 100m2 and 200m2 of coverage respectively. Click here for more information.
Now in stock: a 1.8m x 100m roll of 200gsm white tarpaulin. This item is very popular for packaging and fencing requirements, and with tarpaulin fabricators. Please note that due to packed dimensions this item cannot be sent on a next-working day service. Goods will be sent on a 2-3 day delivery service, we cannot guarantee 24 hour delivery.
You may also be interested in: White Economy Tarpaulins, Striped Tarpaulins and Heavy Duty White Flame Retardant 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.
WaterproofTough spec 14 x 14 weave count200 gsmRotproof, Shrinkproof & UV Protected
Aluminium Eyelets at 50cms on all 4 sidesStudy Corner ReinforcementsColour: WhiteAvailable in 11 sizes, plus a 1.8m x 100m roll
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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.