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Tarps for Utilities

Weather and static electricity. Probably the two biggest enemies of any utility, in their facility, in their office or outside. Both can ruin supplies, lose revenue and anger customers. Reduce your losses with the right tarp from

Use ThoroShield(TM) covers to store excess supplies outside, protected from sun, wind and rain. Tremendous tear strength and flexibility along with UV light resistance will give you years of outside storage. Customize belly wraps around reels of cable or keep PVC pipes from degrading in the sun with a custom cover.

Protect equipment, offices and plant from dirt and dust contamination during in-plant construction with hemmed and grommeted sheets that you can use to enclose entire construction areas. DuraShield 8000ASFR flat panels can create an anti-static clean room for unpacking sensitive digital equipmen.

Telephone and electric utilities with sensitive digital equipment to protect need DuraShield(TM) 8000ASFR with its antistatic and fire retardant properties. Aerial closures that are fatigued, cracked and leaky can be inexpensively protected with's Genuine ThoroShield 1200 SlickSeal Closure Cocoon™, a semi-permanent protective covering for overhead plant installations. Protect your revenue lifeline from water, dust and electrostatic discharge. We created the Three-in-One Rain Drain tarp kit to let you have protection immediately at hand for any emergency.

Nuclear plants have an even stronger need to keep contamination contained. Used properly, ANI-approved ThoroShield and DuraShield tarps will protect personnel and material from radioactive dust particles, contain radioactive water and serve as a LSA waste container liner. Best of all, both tarps are SEG certified as incinerable. They have a 1200:1 volume reduction ratio when incinerated along with your LSA waste, a much greater ratio than you get with simple compaction.

All fire retardant materials come in your choice of colors to allow color coding of the hazard. For example, use white for construction zones, yellow for maintenance areas and green for clean, contamination-free areas.