200gsm Flame Retardant White Heavy Duty Tarpaulin

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White Flame Retardant Tarpaulin 6.0M x 12.0M

Code: FR6012Status: Out Of StockWeight: 14.40kg
£130.80 Ex Tax: £109.00
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200gsm Flame Retardant  White Heavy Duty Tarpaulin

Flame Retardant White Tarpaulins

Please Note: All our tarpaulin sizes are 'cut sizes' which is industry standard terminology for the size of the material before it is fabricated into a tarpaulin. Therefore expect the 'finished' size to be up to a maximum of 30 cms shorter.

Flame Retardant White Tarpaulins are certified to the Californian Standard CPAI Section 6 and offer the discerning customer a strong, waterproof cover with a high standard flame retardancy.

With health and safety laws becoming more stringent, the Flame Retardant Tarpaulins are especially suited to the building and construction trade, but can also be useful for recreational and domestic use. A great upgrade to your market stall tarpaulin.
Each tarpaulin is supplied with a flame retardancy certificate tag attached to tarp.

  • Flame Retardant - Californian Specification CPAI Section 6
  • Waterproof
  • Tough spec 14 x 14 weave count
  • Approx 200 grams per square metre
  • Rotproof, Shrinkproof & UV Protected
  • Eyelets at 50cms on all 4 sides
  • Sturdy Corner Reinforcements
  • Colour: White
  • Available in 11 size

                              Please note: All the tarpaulin sizes are 'cut' sizes . This is an industry standard terminology for the tarp being cut from a sheet of tarpaulin material, by the time the eyelets and hems are sewn into the tarpaulin the finished size becomes up 20cms smaller.

 We often get asked what are your tarps like with winds?
OK, but we cannot guarantee against any type of weather related incidents. If you are in a windy area and you wish to tie your tarps to something, we recommend bungee cords with hooks or bungee balls through the grommet. This assures flexibility and less stress on the material. These can be seen on our Shock Cord Assemblies page.



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