Americover Scrim Reinforced Plastic Sheeting

Americover Scrim Reinforced Plastic Sheeting

Americover Scrim (string) Reinforced Polyethylene sheeting is a material that is manufactured using a mix of virgin polyethylene resins. The resin is formed into skins that act as the "bread" to the reinforced "sandwich". The skins encapsulate a grid pattern of polyester yarn and a hot sheet of polyethylene to form a very strong three-layer product appropriate for multiple applications. This waterproof, reinforced product is characterized by its excellent tear strength at the yarn and its outstanding elongation properties that are provided by the open areas between the scrim. Various roll sizes and thicknesses available.

 


Styles available:

  • Clear reinforced - 6 or 10 mil (pictured top)
  • Fire retardant eggshell reinforced - 6 or 10 mil
  • Black/white reinforced - 6, 8 or 12 mil (pictured bottom)


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