Posted on: 2018-01-26
Year after year, many Australians purchase tarpaulins for a diverse range of reasons. In the rural areas, agriculture is the main source of livelihood for many people. Not all farmers are fortunate enough to have adequate water supplies for irrigating their fields. In such cases, tarpaulins make ideal pond and dam liners. Similarly, not all farmers have the ability to construct permanent structures for storing their agricultural produce during the harvest season. However, leaving the grain exposed to the elements and rodents is hardly a viable alternative. In this scenario, grain bunker tarps can be quite handy for keeping the grain or hay safe.
In commercial and industrial facilities too, tarpaulins make themselves useful in a number of ways. Manufacturing facilities often have large halls and work areas. But, not all such facilities utilise this space optimally. Situations inevitably arise where owners of such facilities need to create pockets or compartments for meeting various needs. Building walls is not always a worthwhile solution. This is especially so in case the requirement is temporary in nature. In this scenario, using tarpaulins as factory dividers or warehouse divider curtains can remedy the situation easily.
Since the 1990s, Polytex Tarpaulins has been at the forefront of providing superlative tarpaulin products to clients across the country. With more than 50 years of experience in the fabrics sector, we have the wherewithal necessary to supply specialist tarpaulin products to all kinds of industries. Fabricating long and large tarpaulin covers is our speciality. In addition, we do bulk production runs for a diverse range of tarpaulin items too. Our facilities feature state-of-the-art equipment that can produce over 15,000 square metres of tarpaulins daily.