Mytee Products is known for providing truck drivers with high-quality tarps. However, our inventory does not stop at lumber and coil tarps. We also carry a full selection of mesh tarps as well. These products have a variety of uses within and without trucking. We sell them to construction companies, agricultural enterprises, and even regular homeowners.
To illustrate just how flexible a mesh tarp can be, we have listed four uses for them below. There are undoubtedly many more ways to use mesh tarps than what you will read here. Mesh tarps offer the perfect combination of breathability and protection from environmental debris to make them ideal for a seemingly unlimited number of applications.
1. Trucking – Securing Cargo
The trucking industry still accounts for the largest number of mesh tarps we sell. Among trucking firms, those running dump trucks appreciate mesh tarps for their obvious benefits. Consider that laws in all 50 states require dump truck operators to ensure their loads stay put. The thing is, dump truck loads do not usually have to be protected against the weather. A mesh tarp provides adequate coverage while allowing the load underneath to breathe.
Flatbed truckers also use mesh tarps from time to time. Again, they may have loads that need to be protected from airborne debris but not the weather. The beauty of the mesh tarp is that it does not inhibit airflow or trap moisture. The mesh tarp is an excellent choice for things like landscaping supplies and bee hives.
2. Privacy Screening
The second most popular use of mesh tarps is that of privacy screening. In a commercial setting, construction companies use mesh tarps for privacy all the time. They will completely enclose a construction site in order to keep people from getting a look at what is going on inside. They may be trying to prevent thieves from scoping out a property, or attempting to generate anticipation as a building project progresses.
3. Dust/Snow Barrier
We sell mesh tarps to farmers and agricultural operations looking to use them as barriers against dust and snow. For example, dust can be a big problem in the driest months of summer. A fence line consisting of posts and mesh tarp can significantly reduce the amount of dust traveling through a given area when the wind picks up.
During the winter months, those same fence lines can be used to control snowdrifts. Mesh tarps provide just enough of a barrier to snow without completely inhibiting airflow, making it possible to prevent the accumulation of snow where the owner does not want it. Think driveways and entryways to barns and other structures.
4. Creating Areas of Shade
Lastly, mesh tarps are great for creating temporary areas of shade without inhibiting airflow. Construction companies offer a good example. A construction company may have dozens of workers laboring in the hot sun on sites where natural shade is lacking. Utilizing mesh tarps for shade offers the kind of relief workers need while still being portable.
Similarly, we have sold mesh tarps to farmers who use them to construct temporary shade for livestock out in the field. This is particularly helpful in southern states where the sun can be brutally hot at times. Shade structures can be erected at the start of summer and then taken down come fall.
Mytee products invites you to browse our selection of mesh tarps. We carry several different kinds including black and green shade tarps, privacy screen, PVC mesh tarps for dump trucks, and even specialized mesh tarps for truckers who haul unusual loads.