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Poly Tarps Details

PE Tarpaulin Specification:

CategoriesPE Tarpaulin
Material FabricPolyethylene (Inner HDPE Woven Fabric, LDPE laminated both sides)
Weight40~450 GSM(Grams/Sq.Meter) 1.18~13.27 OZ/yd2(ounce/Sq.Yard)
Regular Size2x3m, 3x4m, 3x5m, 4x5m, 4x6m, 5x8m, 6x8m, 6x10m, 2.5x3.6m, 3.6x5.4m, 5.4x7.2m, 7.2x9m, 10x50m (6x8ft, 8x8ft, 8x10ft, 10x10ft, 10x16ft, 12x12ft, 14x14ft, 15x15ft)
Denier600D ~ 1500D
Density (Woven Mesh)6x6, 7x7, 8x8, 9x9, 10x10, 11x11, 12x12, 13x13, 14x14, 15x15, 16x16, 17x17, 18x18
Width1.83m(72inches), 2m
LengthSheet 4m,5m and 8m; Roll 27.5m(30yards),40m and 55m
Thickness5~16 Mil
ColorBlue, Orange, White, Green, Black, Silver, Stripes
MOQ5 Tons
Container Loading CapacityBy Roll:17 Tons/20'GP
By Bale:12 Tons/20'GP
By Carton:9 Tons/20'GP
2000 Tons


Custom size, width, length, and colors are available;
According to RAL / Pantone Color Chart / Sample Color;
Tarpaulin rolls Width: 6ft, 8ft, 10ft, 12ft or 2m, 4m, 6m; Length: 100 yards, 100 meters, or as per customer’s requests;

PE Tarpaulin Sheet Key Feature:

  • All edges are heat sealed and reinforced with PP rope in hem;
  • Corners reinforced by black plastic triangles with or without rivets;
  • Rustproof aluminum eyelet or plastic eyelet at 1m or 3 feet interval (Customized);
  • Each piece folded into a transparent polybag with customer’s label inserted(Customer’s design);
  • Touching sample stapled by eyelet on the top of poly bag (Optional);
  • Fire Retardant / Ultra Violet Protection, Flame retardant treatment are avialable upon client’s request;

OEM & ODM Poly Tarps for Multiple Applications

outdoors & garden tarpaulin

Outdoors & Garden

transport & vehicle

Transport & Vehicle

building construction

Building Construction

agricultural & farming tarpaulin

Agricultural & Farming

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Poly tarps are short for polyethylene tarpaulins. They are made from polyethylene material which is a kind of plastic. They are large sheets that can protect you and your workplace from rain, strong winds, and sunlight. due to the flexible, strong, water-resistant, or waterproof features.

Most poly tarps are waterproof because the laminated film layers of polyethylene are naturally waterproof.

Are your poly tarps made from recyclable material?

Poly tarps are typically made of multiple layers with a woven mesh fabric sandwiched between two or more polyethylene sheets. Polyethylene is the same material used in cables, pipes, and molded containers. There are many factories that manufacture their tarps with recycled plastics for their customers. However, our PE tarpaulin products are made from virgin polyethylene materials not recycled plastic material.

Poly tarps are made of polyethylene which is more durable, stronger, and have a more waterproof ability as compared to other types of material like canvas.

PE tarpaulins are more lightweight and allow shade from the sun while still being breathable, due to small holes constructed between the woven fabrics. It allows moisture, air, and sunlight to pass through. Polyethylene tarpaulins have more UV ray resistance than other traditional tarps which are made of polyester, canvas, nylon, and polypropylene.

Poly tarps can block up to 90% of the UV rays if have UV-treated chemical treatment while manufacturing, it will help protect against degradation of the poly tarp from UV rays, but the cost will rise up.

There are many different types of poly tarps in our PE tarpaulin lines,

before we offer you our price list, please let me know your tarps sizes, GSM, colors, thickness, and quantities, as well as your tarps application.

So please contact us and get our new price list now!

A poly tarp is a type of tarpaulin made from polyethylene, a type of plastic. Poly tarps are known for their durability, UV resistance, and waterproofing properties, making them a popular choice for a variety of outdoor applications. In this guide, we will discuss how to use and care for poly tarps.

  1. Choosing the right size: Before purchasing a poly tarp, it’s important to measure the area you need to cover and choose a tarp that is large enough to provide adequate coverage. Typically, poly tarps are sold in sizes ranging from 8×10 feet to 20×30 feet.
  2. Setting up the tarp: Once you have chosen the right size tarp, you can begin setting it up. First, choose a flat and level area to lay the tarp out on. Next, unfold the tarp and lay it over the area you want to cover. If you are using the tarp to cover a tent or other structure, be sure to position the tarp so that it provides complete coverage and does not leave any gaps.
  3. Securing the tarp: To keep the tarp in place, you will need to use ropes or bungee cords to secure it to the ground or to any nearby objects. Tie the ropes or bungee cords to the grommets, which are small metal rings that are sewn into the corners and sides of the tarp. Be sure to tie the ropes securely and evenly to ensure that the tarp does not blow away or become unbalanced.
  4. Using the tarp: Once your tarp is set up and secured, you can use it for a variety of purposes. Some common uses for poly tarps include protecting items from the elements, such as camping gear or firewood, or providing shade during outdoor activities. Poly tarps are also often used as temporary shelters or as ground covers to protect against mud or moisture.
  5. Caring for the tarp: To ensure that your poly tarp lasts as long as possible, it’s important to take good care of it. Avoid dragging the tarp across rough or abrasive surfaces, which can damage the material. When not in use, store the tarp in a cool, dry place to prevent it from becoming brittle or degraded by sunlight. Avoid exposing the tarp to sharp objects, as these can puncture the material. With proper care and maintenance, a poly tarp can last for many years.

Our factory can manufacture a wide range of poly tarps, covering heavy-duty tarps, and waterproof tarps with different colors, sizes, and weights.