Fire Retardant White Poly Tarps – 8 mil
Steel Guard’s Covers for Cancer heavy-duty white poly tarp is made from a 8 Mil White Poly Tarp Material that is excellent for covering Construction Sites, Building Enclosure Wrap, Equipment Cover, or Even an Abatement Tarp.
Excellent for Industrial and Commercial use, this Heavy Duty 8 Mil Poly Tarp is light, yet still strong. The all white tarp uses Super Heavy Duty Polyethylene, with Reinforced Corners, Reinforced sides with rope, and Extra Heavy Duty Stainless Steel D Rings on all sides, and interior seams with heavy duty grommets. This premium white tarp has a scrim composition with a 10 x 10 weaved scrim that is heavier duty than other white tarps for sale.
8 mil Flame Resistant White Poly Tarps – Heavy Duty
8 Mil Flame Retardant Heavy Duty Tarps are coated on both sides with a solid, dense polyethylene. These particular White Poly Tarps are very flexible with a thickness of 12 Mils and a weight of 7 ounces per every square yard. Our White Heavy Duty Tarps are also very resistant to water, weather, chemicals, and dust. Certified Flame Retardant through NFPA-701 and California Fire Marshal standards, use these large white tarps for Temporary Heating Enclosures, Construction Containment, Demolition Tarps, or Weather Enclosure Tarps. Rot Resistant, Tear Proof, and UV Resistant, with Arctic Condition Flexibility down to -40 Degrees. Made with a low cold crack resistance this white tarp is perfect for many Construction, and Commercial applications outdoors.
The 8 Mil White Poly Tarp includes Premium Grade D Rings on the perimeter and Grommets placed at 36 inch intervals. The hems are reinforced with rope for extra strength. These White Poly Tarps are cut size tarp as stated, and will finish approximately 6″ smaller than the size stated. This White Tarp is made in the USA.
Premium White Poly Tarp usually ship in 1 to 3 business days.
Steel Guard’s “Covers for Cancer” donates 7% of All Tarp & Cover Sales including 8 Mil White Poly Tarps to the University Of Chicago Cancer Research Center for Research on Orphan Cancers.