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Tarps can last for up to 8 years

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Tarps can last for up to 8 years

This long-lasting bale protection tarpaulin by ‘Profitable Farming Company’ (PFC) is designed to protect your bales - round, square, hay or straw.

According to the company, the poly-woven material is very difficult to tear with two layers of plastic on each side.

The ‘Performer’ range tarpaulin is manufactured from high-strength UV treated polyweave fabric with 7-8 years of UV protection.

It features ‘hook-in’ adjustable securing straps that use a ‘Super Cinch’ utensil enables the sheet to be quickly and tightly secured using tie-down dropper ropes, the ‘Super Cinch’ and ‘J’ hooks.

Product information:

  • Widths - from 4.2m (14 ft) up to 22.5m (74ft) and can cover stacks up to 17m (56ft) wide.

  • Lengths - 14.3m (47ft) up to 18m (59ft).

Plastic pipe inserts are incorporated into the hem of each tarpaulin is designed to keep the sheet rigid, and for the ties to pull evenly across the full width of the sheet.

This allows it to be quickly folded back in 1.2m (4ft) sections on itself and then re-tightened using the ‘Super Cinch’.

The hem also includes a rain flap that deflects water away from the sides of the stack.

Features

  • Heavy grade material - 271 gms/sq meter (8.0 oz/sq yard)

  • As bales are used, simply fold each 1.2m (4ft) sheet section back between plastic inserts, hook the ‘J’ hook in the anchor point and pull the rope tight to keep the tarpaulin secure

  • ‘Super Cinch’ tie-down system fitted as standard meaning, 200-300 pounds pressure can be applied

  • Average life 5 years

  • 2-years manufacturers faulty workmanship warranty

  • White colour will almost completely reflect heat

“To maintain, simply re-tighten by pulling on the ropes every day or two in the first week as the stack settles, then retighten every 3 to 4-weeks when passing the stack or before high wind forecast and after,” said the company spokesperson.

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