Wide range of uses for tarps (poly tarps) you may not have thought of

Superior quality poly tarps or construction tarps can be pretty handy in a wide range of situations, and many of them may never have occurred to you. In the agriculture sector, for instance, the heavy duty poly tarps, fire retardant tarps or even the standard tarps come in very handy. As a matter of fact, there are endless possibilities when it comes to using the poly tarps in our day to day environments. The adaptability and great versatility of the high-quality poly tarps make them indispensable for construction sites, campsites and more.

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Campsites, in particular, will be at a significant advantage when they have tarps in the right size and under certain conditions, it can even be a lifesaver. Heavy duty tarps, such as ABC Tarps has, can be used in a variety of situations, especially in camping sites. Below are the few examples:

  • Blocking heavy winds to the campsite and prevent campfire from getting extinguished
  • Similarly when you forget the ‘rainfly’ the tarp comes in as the next aid to give you protection from rain.
  • A tarp can protect the bottom of the tent giving it a more even surface with lesser abrasiveness.
  • These are some of the basic applications for anyone who is used too frequently sleeping under the stars or love life outdoors.

Poly tarps for the trucking industry

animated truck with black trapMost Australian states now have stringent regulations governing securing of truckloads. Apart from preventing tragedies, these regulations are also intended to prevent damages to vehicles from losing materials such as gravel. Consequently, tarps are essential to cover a wide range of loads including scrap metal, asbestos and more. Even smaller tippers are required to cover their loads. To cater to this segment, the tarps industry has even developed electric as well as automated tarps that take away the laborious task of getting on top of the load and physically securing the tarps. Electric tarps can be controlled either through the controls wired into the vehicle’s electrical systems or through a remote control.

Tarps for homeowners

Homeowners too will find the poly tarps or canvas tarps very convenient whenever they need to cover things lying outside the home to protect it from the vagaries of weather. Similarly, during inclement weather, tarps are a great help in preventing things from blowing away.tarps are a great help in preventing things from blowing away.In campsites, the tarps are used to provide ground seating providing protection against dirt and dampness.

In homes that have no garage or another type of protection for the vehicles, tarps are handy to keep the vehicles protected and bungee cords can be used to secure the tarps around the vehicle. Providing shade over a poolside or garden to protect an outdoor dining space is another common use of poly tarps in homes.

Mesh Tarps

green colour mesh trapMesh tarps, as the name suggests, provide some shade to the garden while still allowing adequate light to pass so that the plants remain healthy. They also come in handy over a frame when you need to protect an outdoor space for the nursery or for cleaning and sorting the produce from your garden.

Home maintenance and construction sites

Tarps can be used as drop clothes when you undertake painting of your homes or carrying out any type of remodelling. This will prevent potential debris from falling over into the neighbour’s premises. Availability in a wide range of sizes also makes it convenient to cover an entire floor/carpet and protect the surface from paint drops and other spills.

Construction industry

Within the construction industry, there is a wide range of applications. At construction sites, the tarps are a huge help in erecting temporary fencing to prevent unwanted men and material entering the area, debris flying around and creating nuisance for neighbours, keeping some of the construction material covered for use later, creating temporary shelters for construction workers, visiting supervisors and other people engaged with the project etc.

Construction of any structure also means transporting a wide spectrum of materials like wood, bricks, sand, cement, tiles, and so forth. All these materials need to be covered during transportation and some of them may need cover even at the construction site since the consumption will be gradual and protection from the elements is essential.

Heavy duty tarps

Apart from the regular poly tarps for varying applications, we also come across heavy duty tarps for special applications. These are designed to resist very high level of wear and tear and withstand all the weather systems but also uniquely ideal for situations that call for extra protection from water. The polythene fabric employed in manufacturing heavy duty tarps is thicker with a mesh count of 12×14 with an ideal blend of breathability as well as coverage. These are also resistant to mould, mildew, and acid allowing minimal air to pass through. Additional chemical treatment further ensures protection from sun rays which can promote fading, warping and cracking.

These tough features make the heavy duty tarps ideal for application in areas like boats, RVs, golf carts, Patio furniture and cars. For industrial and commercial applications too, the heavy duty tarps make an excellent choice due to its superior strength and durability to take on hard use as well as tough weather. They are also your best quick solution for relief from leaky roofs.

Insulated Tarps

Insulated tarps are also known commercially as insult tarps and are designed to keep cold or heat our or in within a specified area. These tarps come with insulation inside and a polyethene cover outside ensuring that the surface beneath the tarp remains hot or cold by preventing impact from external temperature.

The biggest advantage of the poly tarps is that they are very flexible and can, therefore, be conveniently folded and stored away when they are not being used.

 

5 Reasons to choose solar Energy

As we know, our mother earth is changing is a dramatic way and we all know the reason for this change. Global warming is the cause for this change. To stop the Global warming, we all have to take some initiative to prevent it and need to save the Earth for our future generation.

Gas emitting power plant

TO stop the Global warming, we need to switch to a renewable source of energy. Which is generated from natural resources such as geothermal heat, the wind, rain, tides and sunlight.

Solar Energy cells are quite affordable to use in the house, and by using the solar panels, one can save ample amount of money and save the Earth too.

5 Good reason to use solar Panels for houses?

Good for Environment: By using the solar energy, one can reduce the use of a traditional form of energy and by not using the traditional form one can reduce the emissions.

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Save Money: By investing in the solar panels, one can save the ample amount of money. Thanks to the ubiquity to State-of-the-art of technology you can run most of the house hold appliances with solar panels.

The durability of solar panels: Solar panels are very durable, with the use of light weight material solar panels are getting better, and they can generate more power than before.

Return on Solar Panels: In some states of Australia, when your solar cell generates the energy and with the help of state-of-the-art transformers that unused energy go back to the main power grids and that will become the source of money for one.

Reducing energy cost: In some states of Australia, If you are using the Solar energy, then you get the rebate on your energy bills.

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Prevention is better than cure: AS we know, our Earth is getting change very quickly. By using a renewable source of energy, we can save our earth.

Lightweight and Thinnest Solar Panels

The global shift towards clean energy has encouraged many researchers across nations to explore cheaper alternatives to tap abundant solar energy that is available to nearly every nation. Sun light, which is the basic raw material to produce solar energy, comes free of cost and unlike fossil fuels, the supply of this raw material can last as long as the sun shines!

Solar cells
Even as the solar panel industry is engaged in enhancing the efficiency of the solar cells and bringing down the manufacturing costs, researchers have been focusing on developing alternate methods like developing ultra-lightweight, ultra thin solar cells. The MIT had suggested such lightweight, extremely thin solar cells can potentially revolutionise the entire industry.

And now, with the much-awaited release of the revolutionary ultra lightweight solar panel 3Arche, the Australian solar industry is all set to experience significant changes, particularly with competitive pricing of this new product. To get a technology advanced products one can trust Australian biggest solar companies like Eurosolar and True Value Solar. But it’s recommended to first read about Euro Solar company profile, and about the kind of solar products and services they offer.
Energus, an Australian solar company has created eArche with the help of Dr Zhengrong Shi and his team of researchers. Dr Shi is better known in industry circles as ‘Sun King’ and founder of Suntech, a Chinese solar company. Dr Shi stated that eArche enjoys unlimited potential and innovations in the manufacturing process allow customisation to any shape and size. He added that innovation in developing the material also leads to a significantly durable, light-weight, thin and high-performance solar panel at a competitive price.
eArche uses a composite material akin to what is used for aircraft windows, and that makes it about 80% lighter compared to conventional solar panels. The lightweight material is thus ideal for a variety of rooftop structures like carports, factories, homes and commercial applications, and particularly so, in instances where the rigid shape and weight of the conventional panels present a hurdle. The light weight of the material further aids cost-saving in transportation and installation.

Ships at dock

The weight of a conventional 100 kW solar rooftop installation is typically about 8 tonnes while the new product developed by Dr Shi is only 2 tonnes and that also comes with unlimited design possibilities such as suave curve and sizing options making it highly adaptable to an array of architectural plans without the bother of clunky dimensions.
In the past four decades, the appearance of solar panels has remained largely unchanged. The size of the panels and the weight has also posed problems in transporting adding to the stigma around the option as awkward and expensive. Dr Shi is, therefore, hoping that the new product will open up a significant part of the residential market in Australia that has remained unwilling or unable to adapt conventional solar systems. Dr Shi also added that during 2016, the global market for solar power grew for ten years in a row, thanks to reduced prices and improved technology. He added that in 2016 alone, the price of solar panels dropped by as much as 30%. With pricing expected to continue the down trend, Dr Shi said, the value proposition for solar energy will experience significant improvement posting newer challenges for energy producers depending on fossil fuels.

Improved solar cells