We stock fire retardant canvas tarps in three grades: 16 oz., 18 oz., and 22 oz. These tarps are beneficial because they are breathable and get rid of condensation entirely while protecting your supplies and equipment. They are coated with a flame resistant finish (Pyrosnuff) that eliminates the possibility of combustion, and the tarps also resist water. Flame retardant canvas tarps are ideal for the ship yard and the oil field, as well as in other industries. These tarps are cut size so they will finish slightly smaller than size shown. All our fire retardant canvas tarps contain brass grommets in corners and spaced approx. 24" around perimeter and are all Made in USA.
Fire and Water Resistant Cotton Canvas 16 oz
Material: Single Fill Cotton Canvas
Base Fabric Weight: 10 oz. Per Square Yard
Finished Fabric Weight: 16 oz. Per Square Yard
Thickness: 18 Mils
Color: Olive Drab
Grade: A Grade
Finish: UV, Mildew, Water and Fire Resistant
Treatment: Pyrosnuff - Waxed paraffin treated (CPAI-84)
Size: These tarps are cut size and finish approx. 6-8" smaller in size
These tarps are made to order. They take 10-15 business days to manufacture.
These Cotton Canvas tarps and covers may shrink over time.
These tarps are cut size and finish slightly smaller in size, approx. 6-8" smaller after hems and seams.
All cotton canvas tarps and covers do shrink. The exact amount of shrinkage is impossible to predict.
Water-resistant canvas tarps are not waterproof. For waterproof tarps, please check out our waterproof vinyl tarps or waterproof poly tarps.
Canvas tarps are non-trailerable. For trailer tarps, please use our Vinyl Tarps.
Water Resistant and Fire Resistant treated Canvas tarps are not recommended for indoor use.
These treated Canvas tarps may leave stains and initially have an odor.
Canvas tarps are not recommended for hanging as walls, room or space dividers, replacement canopy tops, canopy sidewalls, tent roofs or tent sidewalls, building structure roofs, sidewalls or curtains. Please use our vinyl tarps for these applications.
Flame retardant canvas tarps will not support combustion.