Dump Truck Tarp Systems get no R.E.S.P.E.C.T!
I have found that when I tell people that I sell dump truck tarp systems they tend to think of the “tarp” (the material) component of that description and not the “system” component. The tarp gets all of the attention. While the components and mechanics (the system) that deploy and retract the tarp get regulated to the back seat. That’s unfortunate because the system is the heart of a dump truck tarp system or dump trailer tarp system or any tarping system on the market. No doubt the “tarp” does play a major role in load containment and that certainly cannot be overlooked. Let’s face it without the tarp, you are buying a new windshield or a new auto paint job due to flying debris from that massive tri-axle dump truck barrelling down the road at 65 mph and a mere 30 yards in front of you! Please don’t do that! That’s why the dump trucks have “stay back 500 feet” or “don’t push” slapped all over the tailgate. It’s actually a very good advice for all you non-truck drivers out there. Sorry, off topic for a second there…the tarp is really only along for the ride, so to speak, as it pertains to the mechanics and functionality of the truck tarp system. A high-quality heavy duty mesh tarp or a solid tarp, such as vinyl or RFL is integral to the overall success of containing any load. But the flip tarp system, swing arm system, mousetrap system, cable tarp system, accordion system, pull style system, auto-tarper and side dump tarp system (just to name a few) make deploying and retracting the tarp as easy as flipping a switch, turning a hand crank or pulling a rope.
Dump Truck Tarping Systems
This keeps drivers and operators safely on the ground reducing the possibility of injury while covering the load for over the road transportation. In addition, the tarping system will remain in service, when properly cared for, for many, many years. The “tarp” may last as little as one month to several years depending on the application and material being hauled. Bottom line, without the dump truck tarp systems, the tarp is just a tarp.
Dump truck tarp systems and truck tarp systems for every load hauling and containment application are directly available at our website, www.tarpguy.com No matter what type of system you need from front to back swing arm flip tarp systems to a fully hydraulic automatic roll-off tarp system or maybe you area hauler in the mid-west where side dump tarp systems are regularly used. It doesn’t matter LoAlbo Enterprises, Inc. has the exact dump truck tarping systems solution for your dump truck, dump trailer or roll-off truck.
So when you next think of your dump truck tarp systems be thankful. Yep, in fact, give thanks for that wonderful contraption that’s keeping you safely on the ground when you tarp your load and for protecting the windshields of those drivers who will inevitably drive much too close to your rear end. If you care for your dump truck tarp systems and replace your tarp regularly (as needed) your tarp system will undoubtedly make your job as an over-the-road hauler just a little easier, and I think it is safe to say, we would all like our jobs to be a little easier!
Do you need more information or do you have questions about your dump truck tarping systems? Or for more information about Dump Truck Tarp Systems give me a call Dan LoAlbo at 757-615-4379.
Installation of Flip Tarp Systems for Dump Trucks and Trailers
Over the past 25 years, I have installed quite a few arm tarp systems. I don’t know if that makes me an expert, but it certainly makes me experienced. So if you have questions about your installation, I’ll be glad to help. Prefer to watch a video? Check out our “how to” video library, maybe you will find the perfect video to help you through your installation questions. If not, or if you just want additional support, please give me a call.
Dump Truck Tarp Systems Manufacturers offered by Tarpguy
Aero, Donovan, Merlot, Mountain Tarp, Pioneer, Pulltarps, Roll-Rite, Shur-Co, TSI