What is lifting tarp and snow removal tarp?


Product Type: High tenacity Fabric

Feature:WATER RESISTANT, Tear-Resistant

Supply Type:Make-to-Order

Material:PVC-polyester, 100% Polyester

Pattern:Cut Pile




Yarn Count:1000D*1000D



Use:curtain, luggage, Bridal/Special Occasion, craft, OUTDOOR, WINDOW TREATMENTS, Snow Tarpaulin

Place of Origin:Zhejiang, China

Brand Name:

Model Number:snow tarpaulin

Product Name:Construction Heavy Duty PVC Removal Snow Lifting Tarp




Function:Waterproof Heavy Duty

Coating:PVC Knife Coated


Construction site snow removal has never been easier because of the Snow Removal Tarp. Strong Man quality combined with a practical way to remove freshly fallen snow makes this a must have for every jobsite.  Simply lay your tarp out before the snow falls, yellow webbing always facing down, attach the corners to a crane or lift after the snowfall and lift the snow off of your jobsite and watch your productivity and efficiency improve. A practical solution for a common problem. And most importantly, it’s safe. How safe? Strong Man safe! Put your shovels away and save hundreds of man hours with the Strong Man Snow Removal Tarp!
Also usd to lift dirt, soil, oil sludge lifting tarp.
*For use with freshly fallen snow only
*Never use a damaged, torn or ripped tarp
*Not designed to move equipment, tools, construction paraphernalia, supplies or other jobsite items
*Webbing must always face down when being used
*Never stand under tarp that is in use and never maneuver/move tarp over jobsite personnel or buildings that may contain jobsite personnel.

Tarp Lifting Capacity Maximum: 4,000 lbs
Initial Lift of 2,000 lbs with additional lifts in 500 lb increments to an end point of 4,000 lbs.
Lift Cycle test: 200 lifts at 4,000 lbs

snow removal tarps are the best way to keep construction sites free of snow. Place the tarp out before the snow hits and remove it when you’re ready to work. Just simply attach the loops or rings to a crane or lift and all the snow will be out of your way in minutes.

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