Brumleve Industries has announced the release of their latest resource “Industries that Use Electric Tarps.” This guide explores how different industries use electric tarps and the reasons why each industry benefits from using electric tarps.
In the waste management industry, an electric tarp system can be used as an insulator above the back end of a waste pickup vehicle or dump truck. In the agricultural industry, an electric tarp system can be used to protect crops both before and after they are harvested and to keep equipment out of the natural elements. For swimming pools, electric tarps are beneficial to cover the pool when not in continual use and to protect the area during construction or renovation. When mining, electric tarp systems are especially useful during the excavation stage to both protect equipment and the mining product.
“An electric tarp system helps to protect people and equipment from potentially harmful weather conditions,” according to Brumleve Industries. In many cases, electrical tarp systems can be used when traditional tarp systems with tie-down ratchets would not work. Electric tarps are cost-effective because they save on labor costs from having to manually pull out the tarps and protect people, buildings, and equipment from potential damage from the elements.
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About Brumleve Industries: Since 1904, Brumleve Industries has only used the finest materials and equipment to continue the tradition of quality service through three generations of family ownership. Our custom fabricating is the product of skilled craftsmanship that can shear, bend, and punch and MIG welding of aluminum, steel, or stainless steel.