New Literature on 6200 Series tarp system for light duty dump trucks

New literature is now available from Roll-Rite® on their 6200 Series window-shade tarp system designed exclusively for light duty dumps using up to 16' of tarp

New literature is now available from Roll-Rite® on their 6200 Series window-shade tarp system designed exclusively for light duty dumps using up to 16' of tarp. Ideal for applications such as groundskeeping, landscaping and light duty construction, the 6200 Series features a smooth-operating window-shade pull out mechanism with fast, spring-powered roll up action. No cranking is required to retract the tarp into its polished aluminum tarp spool, specifically shaped to deflect the wind. Unique tie-down accessories are included with the system to keep the tarp tucked behind the cab guard, which also reduces wind interference.

The tarp specified for the 6200 Series is a premium mesh fabric woven with polyester twisted strands that are coated with UV resistant PVC for the best blend of strength and breathability to contain fine particles yet minimize flapping. Premium mesh fabric is designed to meet coverage requirements for sand, gravel and other general landscaping debris loads. The tarp features additional reinforcements including a heavy duty 2" wide edge binding sewn on both sides for additional strength and wear resistance.

To add speed and convenience when ordering, the literature includes an "Easy Spec" page so tarps can be ordered by following easy-to-read instructions and taking a few simple measurements. And with a Roll-Rite tarp purchase, pre-installation of the tarp on the window-shade system is offered at no additional cost.

To receive a free copy of Roll-Rite's 6200 Series Easy Spec Fleet Guide literature, contact Roll-Rite Customer Service at 800-297-9905 or via e-mail at: [email protected]

NOTE: This content is supplied by manufacturers, associations, and others in the trucking industry. It is neither written nor edited by FleetOwner.

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