Supplied as a Single Tarpaulin
Cut Size : 1.5m x 2.5m (approx 5' x 8')
Approx Weight : 695g
Coverage : 3.75m2
Cut Size : 2.5m x 4.0m (approx 8' x 13')
Approx Weight : 1.85kg
Coverage : 10m2
Cut Size : 3.5m x 5.0m (approx 12' x 16')
Approx Weight : 3.25kg
Coverage : 17.5m2
Cut Size : 6.0m x 11.0m (approx 20' x 36')
Approx Weight : 12kg
Coverage : 66m2
Cut Size : 9.0m x 10.0m (approx 30' x 33')
Approx Weight : 16.7kg
Coverage : 90m2
Cut Size : 14.0m x 21.0m (approx 46' x 69')
Approx Weight : 54kg
Coverage : 294m2
Cut Size : 18 x 24m (approx 59' x 79')
Approx Weight :80kg
Coverage : 432m2
* When using a tarpaulin to cover something, you should ensure that the tarp is well supported according to its size; the bigger the tarp the more support it will require. A tarp should not be hung by its eyelets only; this places unnecessary stress on the eyelets, which could then pull out if they are put under undue force or pressure. Please note: Tarpaflex cannot be held responsible for damage caused by product misuse, or where sufficient care has not been exercised during inclement weather. No guarantee is given to the strength of the eyelets, and so, wherever possible, you should always use additional fixing points to limit the risk of damage.
* Appropriate measures should be taken in accordance with weather conditions and the application you are putting the tarp to. An assessment should be made; if gale-force winds are due, then you will need to take extra care in ensuring your tarpaulin is really well secured! It may even be necessary to take the tarpaulin down.
* If water is allowed to pool and collect on the tarp this will increase the stress on the eyelets, and on the heat sealed seams; this could cause the seams to split and allow water through. Therefore you should always position the sheet in such a way to allow excess water to drain off.
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