Our heavy-duty Tear-off / Debris lifting tarps are manufactured using 40 oz of commercial strength material coated in black vinyl. These tarps can be used to lift debris from construction sites. All you have to do is place the debris on the demo tarp, affix your clevis hook to the tarp’s steel rings, and lift the tarp.
These roof tear-off tarps are sewn for maximum durability using a plus and crisscross pattern. They also contain 2 inch width of extremely strong yellow webbing, which has 30" long, heavy duty sewn lifting rings on the ends. All tarps are in stock and ready to ship, custom sizes can be made to your specifications. These lift tarps are made cut size, so they may finish 6"-8" smaller in overall size.
Vinyl Coated Polyester PVC 40 OZ
Material: 100% PVC Coated Polyester Scrim
Fabric Weight: 40 oz. Per Square Yard
Webbing: 2" High Strength, Yellow Cargo Webbing
Lifting Loops: (8) Steel D-Rings for lifting
Grade: A Grade
Low Temperature: -40 degrees F
High Temperature: 180 degrees F
These tarps are in stock. They can ship out in 1-3 business days.
WARNING: Never use these debris lifting tarps as lifting slings. Always ensure that no personnel are underneath the materials that you are lifting. Inspect these tarps before each use. Protect the tarp from direct sunlight as the UV light will deteriorate the material and stitching. Check regularly for points of wear in your lifting tarp, and never use a tarp that has wear points, damage or defects – replace it immediately. Do not use after exposure to acid or chemicals. Lift using all attachment points. The user is responsible to determine if the product is appropriate for the intended use and that it complies with all laws and regulations. The user assumes all risks associated with the use of the is product and that Tarps Now shall not be liable for any loss, injury or death arising from the use of this product.
Please note California Proposition 65 for this product in providing a warning to Californians about exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.