Commercial and residential property owners throughout Australia rely on polytarps more than they think. In the commercial sector, tarps can serve to meet a myriad of needs. Hang them vertically from the roof of a large facility to make them serve as warehouse divider walls. Similarly, if you want to protect your livestock from extreme temperatures, you do not need to construct a permanent shelter. Instead, you could purchase polytarps and use them as poultry curtains.
In the harvest season, farmers often need to stack their agricultural produce out in the open. This renders the crops and hay susceptible to damage caused by rodents or the elements. In this scenario, grain bunker tarps offer the simplest solution. The examples cited above highlight the utility and the versatility that quality tarpaulins typically offer. In everyday situations, tarps can meet a variety of needs with minimal fuss. But, in emergency situations, tarps can be quite invaluable. For these reasons, quality tarps remain in demand at all times.
Polytex Tarpaulins is a major supplier of big and heavy-duty tarpaulins in Australia. We offer a wide range of tarps to serve a diverse range of requirements. It is worth mentioning that our tarps come into widespread use in the mining, agricultural and industrial sectors. Whether you need bunker tarps or shelter covers, we can give you tarps tailored to suit your specific needs.
We began manufacturing quality tarpaulin products in the 1990s. Over three generations, we have acquired more than 50 years of collective experience in the industry. Unlike other suppliers of tarps, we have invested significantly in state-of-the-art computerised equipment. In addition, constant expansion, research and development have been at the core of our business strategy. These traits enable us to emerge with innovative and premium grade products faster than others. Not surprisingly, we’re the supplier of choice when it comes to manufacturing tarps for temporary storage structures.
In situations of emergency, tarps can be lifesavers. No one can predict when a natural disaster will strike. But, by minimising the damage to your belongings, you will be able to emerge relatively unscathed. This is why keeping tarps handy is worthwhile. Polytarps are relatively inexpensive. And, storing them when not needed is very easy as well. At the same time, they are easy to install. This is why many commercial and agricultural enterprises do not think twice before purchasing high-quality tarps.
People who toil daily in their fields will know best the value of a plentiful harvest. An abundant yield can undoubtedly make all the hours of hard labour in the fields seem worthwhile. To many people, it might seem that a good harvest can get rid of all kinds of headaches. But, plentiful harvests do end up creating a different kind of headache i.e. the headache of storing the produce safely. After all, not everyone has temporary warehousing space for storing this yield.
When farmers need to cope with seasonal peaks, they will invariably consider all their onsite storage options. Many Australian farmers use grain storage bunkers and silos for storing their agricultural produce. Prudent farmers often construct these structures onsite. This enables them to increase the volume of grain that they can store onsite. Constructing these structures is not only worthwhile, but also cost effective in the long run. Unfortunately, not all farmers have the means to pay for the construction of these structures. As a result, they need to rely on utilising temporary storage structures that are more affordable and flexible.
For many years, farmers across the country have utilised tarps for a myriad of purposes. For some, tarps offer immense utility as cattle or livestock shade structures. These structures keep the cattle comfortable and protected from the elements. Others use tarps for securing their hay from the elements. For instance, hay and grain bunker tarps can keep your grain safe in all-weather conditions. More importantly, these tarps can protect your crops from a variety of rodents and pests too.
Truck tarps do not usually have a specific composition. But, they must cover the length and the width of the truck completely. In addition, the material used will need to be strong enough to withstand the wind whip phenomena. And, if you plan to use it in all-weather conditions, the tarp will need to be waterproof as well. This is why people in the trucking industry rely on vinyl and polyethylene tarps. These tarps are extremely waterproof. More importantly, they come with other features as well. For instance, they are rot, mould and mildew proof. The material they feature could well be ultraviolet resistant too. This makes them ideal for covering loads in trucks as well as for using in other temporary storage structures.
If you’re looking for high-quality tarps, simply shop at Polytex. Our cutting-edge manufacturing equipment and technology has made us Australia’s supplier of choice when it comes to tarpaulins. Our tarps are versatile enough for you to use as hay sheds or even eco shelters. Unlike other suppliers, we can manufacture in excess of 15,000 square metres of tarps on a daily basis. With over 50 years of experience in the industry, you can rely on us to offer you the best value for every dollar that you spend. To know more, call us at 1300 059 003.