SACCT2

High density (670 denier) orange polyethylene rip-free tarp. Thickness: 3 mil. Ideal for asbestos abatement & decontamination.

Orange rip free 3 mil thick tarp. Sold by the roll.

Availability of this product is limited, please contact customer service for availability.

This type of tarp is widely used in the construction industry to establish a confinement area particularly for work generating dust. This type of tarp is thus recommended for asbestos abatement related activities. It may also be used as a temporary wall to cut the wintry cold and wind while working outside. During asbestos abatement, this tarp is ideal to cover big pieces of furniture or any other bulky items. One may refer to this product as "rip" as it is the case for the construction workers.

Dimensions:
Thickness: 3 mil; Width: 12 ft; Length: 100 ft; covered area: 1200 ft2
(Thickness: 0.0762 mm; Width: 3.66 m; Length: 30.5 m; covered area: 111.6 m2)

Technical data:
This tarp is a reinforced and laminated high density polyethylene woven canvas (670 denier) covered with a low-density polyethylene layer. This item is readily workable and weighs only 2.5 oz/yd2.

This material has fracture strain of 16% and meets ASTM-D-5035 and ASTM-D-02261 standards as regards tear resistance.

We also offer a 6 mil thick rip-free tarp which is also fireproof (SACCT4).

Type of product Safety equipment
Main category Industrial accessoiries
Sub category Asbestos decontamination
Name of the product Polyethylene containment cover
Product code SACCT2
Thickness in mils 3 mils
Height (in/cm) 4 in / 10.1 cm
Length (in/cm) 72 in / 182.88 cm
Width (in/cm) 4 in / 10.16 cm
Weight (lb/kg) 22 lbs / 10 Kg

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High density (670 denier) orange polyethylene rip-free tarp. Thickness: 3 mil. Ideal for asbestos abatement & decontamination.

High density (670 denier) orange polyethylene rip-free tarp. Thickness: 3 mil. Ideal for asbestos abatement & decontamination.

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