St. Joseph, Michigan, USA, 2019-Sep-18 — /EPR CONSTRUCTION NEWS/ — Tarps Now® is pleased to announce new lines of Mesh Shade Tarps designed to reduce or eliminate exposure to intense sunlight and other forms of ultraviolet radiation and “windburn” that are commonly linked to causing skin cancers in both humans and animals. The extended offerings of Mesh tarps include a wide range of exposure grades to carefully fine tune results based upon the placement and application of the Mesh Shade Tarps.
To meet the need for protective coverings around homes, animal habitats and other outdoor structures, Tarps Now® also custom manufactures protective mesh tarp coverings in a variety of mesh screen exposure ratings, weights, fabric grades and colors, that are all engineered to provide outstanding levels of protection from intense sunlight, as well as other forces of nature.
Further increasing risks of exposure from extended exposure to Ultra-Violet radiation are Windscreens that offer varying levels of both UV protection and wind resistance, depending on the selected material and design.
Many businesses are adopting the use of Mesh Shade Tarps to protect employees who work in areas where prolonged exposure to the elements exists such as in agricultural processing areas, animal feedlot areas, warehousing dock areas, shipping and receiving areas, and many other applications. Applications for these new lines of Mesh Shade Tarps extend to uses in and around homes, such as patios, decks, thresholds, gazebos, pools, picnic areas, barns, kennels and other outdoor recreational areas.
Details are as follow:
Tarps Now® Shade Products:
https://www.tarpsnow.com/shade-tarps-polypro-mesh-95.html 95% Exposure
https://www.tarpsnow.com/86-knitted-shade-mesh-tarps.html 86% Exposure
https://www.tarpsnow.com/polypro-mesh-shade-tarps-70.html 70% Exposure
https://www.tarpsnow.com/polypro-mesh-shade-tarps-60.html 60% Exposure
https://www.tarpsnow.com/polypro-mesh-shade-tarps-50.html 50% Exposure
https://www.tarpsnow.com/polypro-mesh-shade-tarps-50.html 40% Exposure