(PRWEB) July 07, 2011
After the Tsunami in Japan, it has left a moist cover on most surfaces and buildings. The water damage has also led to lots of destruction in the city. The poly tarps are helping people who need to cover up and provide shelter for themselves. The plastic based poly tarps have many valuable properties that make them ideal for use during a natural disaster.
With lots of people scrambling for shelter and trying to make tents and temporary covers, these units are providing the necessary protection. They are tear proof and durable. The ability for the material to be tear resistant and light weight at the same time, helps this unit stand out from other materials.
The leading U.S. poly tarps supplier, Tarps Plus stated, "Large shipments of poly tarps continue to go to Japan for the recovery effort and there is not much of a slow down in sight."
The material is also rain and water proof. Moisture will not leak in through the sealed seams. Heavy rain will also not leak through any part of the fabric. It has been sprayed to prevent any mold or mildew growth, which is great for moisture rich communities.
The heavy duty fabric is also protective against most chemical spills, which means it can be used in any type of area. There is no worry about it catching on fire or reacting to any chemical that may come into contact with it.
The simple poly tarp makes great shelters, covers for property and personal items as well as moisture barriers. They can be used all over Japan to help with the protection of items from wet weather.
Poly tarps can provide the assistance to the people involved in the tsunami disaster. They have a strong fabric material that is resistant to moisture induced bacteria growths. These units are available in many colors and sizes. The poly tarp covers are also able to provide the shelter and rain barrier covers that could be required. Covers are great for personal use and for company needs, due to their heavy duty nature and light weight texture.