Overview of protective tarpaulins and woven fabrics for use as covers
Our range of protective tarpaulins includes a variety of materials, sizes and colours. You can choose whether you prefer a high-quality protective tarpaulin with a hollow rim or circumferential eyelets, and whether you would rather secure them with rubber cords or tarpaulin hooks.
Use of protective tarpaulins and tarpaulin covers
Tarpaulin covers are a practical means of protecting bins or containers from impurities. However, they are also used for transporting bulk or loose cargo or parts or could fly around particularly easily. Our covers, which are also available for trailers, are German DEKRA-tested and comply with the safety requirements for use in road transport.
Tarpaulin covers can also be used as a cover for sandpits, in order to protect these from colonisation by insects. Tarpaulins also provide effective protection for the sand of jumping pits for sport when they are not in use. In addition, tarpaulin covers can be quickly fitted and removed and are therefore very practical, even for daily use.
- CARGO TARPAULIN
- TARPAULIN COVERS FOR TRUCKS AND TIPPING TRAILERS
- TARPAULIN COVERS FOR SPORTS FACILITIES
- AIR-PERMEABLE WOVEN FABRICS
- AIRTIGHT WOVEN FABRICS
Material of our protective tarpaulins and woven fabrics
The material used for the production of the tarpaulins is generally woven polyester or polyethylene. When you buy a tarpaulin, specify the size, the material and the desired diameter or qualities of your protective tarpaulin so that the product optimally fits its desired purpose. For example, choose a model with multiple eyelets on rim and edges so that the tarpaulin can easily be installed with tarpaulin hooks. Tarpaulins with a hollow seam or pull loops are also available from us at a low price and are practical for specific purposes. All of our tarpaulin covers are also available in an unobtrusive green.
Net cover or tarpaulin cover?
Densely woven fabrics are the right choice for protective tarpaulins that are to be used as covers or to prevent a cargo that is divided into small parts from flying around. However, net covers may also be a sensible alternative during transport or storage. Depending on the purpose, you will also find special close-mesh nets for this in our online shop. If you have any questions about this, please call us. Our tip: do not simply throw away protective tarpaulins that you no longer need. Re-purpose them instead! This enables you to avoid waste and to continue to use old tarpaulin covers appropriately. For example, cut the tarpaulin to the right size for use as a cover for the organic waste bins or similar. The tarpaulin can be secured very quickly with rubber bands and cable ties and is ready for immediate use.