Although the appearance of the tarpaulin is not beautiful, it has very strong practicability and can bring great benefits and advantages to people's production and life. In order to let more people feel the benefits it brings, then, let's introduce in detail its specific functions.
Tarpaulin is a thicker cotton or linen fabric. It is named after its early use in sails. Generally, plain weave is used, and a small amount of twill weave is used. Multi-strand yarns are used for warp and weft yarns. Tarpaulin is now more and more widely used, today we will understand the factors that affect the quality and life of tarpaulin.
Maintenance of waterproof tarpaulin. Usually when we go out, we may set up tents temporarily. At this time, we will use waterproof tarpaulins, but how do we deal with them after they are used up? Especially after multiple uses, are they all thrown away? The following tarpaulin factory will tell you that waterproof tarpaulins can be recycled.
PE tarpaulin has a wide range of uses, which is determined by its characteristics. Because PE tarpaulin has the functions of waterproof, sun protection, acid resistance, alkali resistance, abrasion resistance, and aging resistance.
Everyone knows that large trucks must be covered with tarpaulins for protection from rain and snow after loading goods. For professional drivers, this may be a simple matter, but for novices, on the one hand, they don’t know.