Custom UV Shade Cloth Tarp Cover - 9.5oz Knitted Mesh 95% Solid
- Constructed using 9.5oz knitted HDPE monofilament and tape fabric
- 2-ply webbing reinforced perimeter hem
- #2 brass grommets in corners plus every 24" around hem
- This fabric blocks 95% visibility through the tarp
- Mesh design allows water and air to pass through the tarp
Shade cloth is a type of tarp used to block a percentage of the sun's UV rays to provide protection for the soil, plants, animals, people, or equipment underneath. Shade tarps are used for agricultural, industrial, and residential purposes. Shade cloths can be draped over structures like a greenhouse, mounted to the top of something like a pergola, be suspended between a tube frame, or simply staked to the ground for weed or frost control.
All shade cloths from Lookout Mountain Tarp are custom built to match the specifications of your order. Regardless of the fabric type selected, the tarp will feature a 2-ply hem that is reinforced using 2" wide heavy duty polypro webbing sometimes referred to as tape. This webbing is attached using two rows of our black 277 polyester bonded thread which features a 44 lbs breaking strength that is nearly double the industry standard. In the corners, as well as about every 24" around the hem, #2 brass locking spur grommets will be machine punched through the hem to provide extra strength.
This 9.5 ounce knitted HDPE monofilament mesh includes a filler which blocks nearly all visibility through the fabric. The low visibility, 95% UV rating, and large panel size make it a perfect choice for covering shade structures over playgrounds, bleachers, patios, and pools. This fabric comes on a 118" roll allowing for seamless construction up to 9'6" wide and is available in six colors (Ivory, Royal, Aqua Blue, Forest, Sand, and Black). The knitted construction features a pliable netting feel which is beneficial for many applications but can result in a finished product that is not 100% uniform.
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