Trusted tar­pau­lins spe­cial­ists

The Australian Mining Review - - INDUSTRIAL TARPAULINS -

DAR­LING Downs Tar­pau­lins (DDT) was es­tab­lished in 1982 and has been sup­ply­ing the re­sources sec­tor for more than 30 years.

The fam­ily-owned com­pany has a large pro­duc­tion fa­cil­ity in Toowoomba, with the ca­pac­ity to pro­duce large, pur­pose-built tar­pau­lins and shade­cloth prod­ucts.

“Our ex­pe­ri­enced staff utilise the lat­est ma­chin­ery to pro­duce qual­ity prod­ucts from the best fab­ric avail­able,” DDT managing director Michael Ryan said.

“From large, tem­po­rary float­ing cov­ers to dam lin­ers, DDT is ca­pa­ble of customising prod­ucts to suit al­most any re­quire­ments.”

DDT has ex­ten­sive ex­pe­ri­ence in stock­pile tarps as well as any heavy duty, cus­tom made tar­pau­lins.

“We have just fin­ished a pro­ject in Bris­bane, fab­ri­cat­ing scour mat­tresses for road­works along the river bank,” Mr Ryan said.

“We have also de­vel­oped an in­su­lated, anti-con­crete PVC that has been de­signed to han­dle steam, con­crete cur­ing of prod­ucts such as rail­way sleep­ers and bridge py­lons.

“The fab­ric has a spe­cial plas­ti­ciser that re­sists the pre­ma­ture break­down which is com­mon in stan­dard PVC.”

DDT have also added an in­su­lat­ing foam to en­hance the heat­ing ca­pa­bil­ity.

More in­for­ma­tion can be found at:

DDT has the ex­per­tise to carry out all tar­pau­lins jobs, big or small.

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