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Month: December 2015

Plastic Welding in the Sign and Banner Industry

By weldadmin | December 21, 2015

What’s the difference between Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) and Polyethylene? Both materials are waterproof; although, PVC is slightly more-so PVC is much more fire resistant than Polyethylene Both materials can either be hard and brittle or soft and malleable   What are the typical uses for PVC and Polyethylene? PVC is typically used in plumbing components, […]

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All Truck Tarps are Not Created Equal

By weldadmin | December 14, 2015

Tarps come in a wide variety of sizes and are made of different materials. Truck tarps in particular are designed differently depending on their intended use. For example, the best tarp to cover a dump truck full of dirt is not necessarily the best tarp to cover a pile of lumber on a flatbed. Regardless […]


5 Unique Ways to Use a Tarp

By weldadmin | December 07, 2015

Tarps are not just for covering cars, boats and construction equipment. Check out these fun all-season uses for your tarp.   Tarp Car Camping Source With a few poles and a few fasteners you’ve got yourself a small camping shelter. Great for simply relaxing in the shade or cooking when it rains, the car camping […]


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