What is the scaffolding tarpaulin used for?
The lattice tarpaulin is ideally suited for use in scaffolding due to several eyelet straps in the longitudinal direction and its nature.
How is the tarpaulin constructed and how is it used?
The number of eye straps varies depending on the size, but since the eye straps are pre-punched every 10 cm, the fastening becomes very easy and involves only a small amount of work. The holes of the eyelet tapes have a Ø of 15 mm and a tear-out strength of 410 N.
The scaffolding tarpaulin is 70% translucent and has a temperature resistance from -40 °C to + 80 °C. The lattice tarpaulin is available in the following sizes: 2.70 x 10 m, 3.20 x 10 m, 0.80 x 20 m, 1.10 x 20 m, 1.70 x 20 m, 2.20 x 20 m, 2.70 x 20 m, 3.20 x 20m, 4.10 x 20 m.
What should be considered and what are the technical details of the tarpaulin?
Due to the fabric type: HDPF leno fabric and the LDPF coating, the tarpaulin can be used more often and longer. It is very resistant to external weather conditions.
Technical data - Available dimensions: 2.70 x 10 m, 3.20 x 10 m, 0.80 x 20 m, 1.10 x 20 m, 1.70 x 20 m, 2.20 x 20 m, 2.70 x 20 m, 3.20 x 2 0m, 4.10 x 20 m (fixed dimension +/-2 %) - Fyelets: Fyelet tapes pre-punched lengthwise every 10 cm, eyelet Ø 15 mm - Number of eyelet tapes: varies according to tarpaulin size - Tear-out strength eyelets / buttonholes: 410 N - Tarpaulin weight: approx. 185-200 g/m² - Fabric type: HDPF leno fabric, LDPF coating - Tear strength: 515 N/5 cm - Temperature resistance: -40/+80 °C - Without weld seam, exception 4.10 x 20 m