MT142350 * Tarpaulin CCE Camo * A23
MT142350 * Tarpaulin CCE Camo
100% Polyester (Oxford), Polyurethane coated
Water column: 600 mm
Dimensions: 300 x 220 cm
Weight: 1.100 g
Individual applicable tarps.
They are used as tent replacement, rain protection, awning as well as under mat or also as rescue cloth
Tarpaulins are used in many ways to protect persons and things from wind, rain and sunlight.
They are used during construction or after disasters to protect partially built or damaged structures, to prevent mess during painting and similar activities.
They are used to protect the loads of open trucks and wagons, to keep wood piles dry, and for shelters such as tents or other temporary structures.
Tarpaulins are also used for advertisement printing, most notably for billboards.
Polyethylene tarpaulins have also proven to be a popular source when an inexpensive, water-resistant fabric is needed.
Plastic tarps are sometimes used as a building material in communities of indigenous North Americans.
Tipis made with tarps are known as tarpees.
Tarpaulins can be classified based on a diversity of factors, such as material type polyethylene, canvas, vinyl, etc.
Actual tarp sizes are generally about three to five percent smaller in each dimension than nominal size; for example, a tarp nominally 20 ft × 20 ft (6.1 m × 6.1 m) will actually measure about 19 ft × 19 ft (5.8 m × 5.8 m).)