Solar protection covers for
sea-launched rescue boats
Navy Target Practice
out of apartment complex breezeway / walkway
was the objective.
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Specialized Applications for Screen Mesh Tarps
by ProTectrange from protecting valuable equipment from solar
damage on U. S. Coast Guard Cutters to protecting horses
from their most persistent enemy, the common
ProTectSolar Screen Covers
release tie-down straps protect U.S. Coast Guard
sea-launched rescue and patrol boats from UV radiation
damage 365 days a year.
The use of high strength PolyCB2screen
mesh and critical stress-point engineered reinforcement is what
keeps these covers in new condition year after year.
Whether it be
simple or complicated, many items or a single item,
the skilled staff at ProTect Industries takes pride in
combining the customer's needs with innovation to meet
desired results. This is why ProTect Industries is
America's #1 manufacturer of custom made high quality screen
will find ProTectScreen Mesh Tarps on
the high seas as the U.S. Navy practices their gunnery
The tremendous resiliency and tear
resistance of PolyCB2HD-60 keep these specialized "target banners"
from being torn to shreds by artillery fire. After each
practice run: the holes
are marked; scoring points are recorded; and these
targets can be returned to use several times before
On a small ranch in
the heart of Colorado stands a horse barn with
custom made PolyCB2 Fine Weave curtains hanging in the
Behind the outer panels, is a secondary
curtain (not visible in picture) contoured to sweep
flies from the horse's mane and backside when walking
through. The bottom weighted outer panels assist in
ushering flies away and then close behind
the horse to continue keeping flies out of the
rain off the breezeways of a 200 unit apartment complex in
Ohio was the objective.
View and air flow needed to be
maintained while keeping the rain from blowing in. At the
same time, the material had to be strong enough to resist
With mounting design assistance from ProTect
engineers, exact size tarp panels of PolyCB2 MX-90 were
made to fit the openings. The tarp panels were vertically
mounted on a slight slant with the bottom protruding
beyond the balcony edge. The fine weave of the MX-90
then deflected the rain water to the outside of the
John in California needed shade with airflow to protect his balding head from sunburn while driving his Jeep with the top removed.
Sally in Louisiana needed a custom fit cover for the rear of her SUV to provide shade and air for her blue-ribbon prize winning pets while waiting for their turn in the competition.