Economical in two ways - The
Premium Belted Rollup (P.B.R.) is the least expensive roll tarp model
Shurco offers, so it's economical to buy. But due to the materials
and workmanship that go into every PBR, it's one of the longest-lasting
tarps available today, so it's economical to own too.
Quality Constructed to handle
any job - Shurco
uses only top-grade materials in all its tarp products. All metal
components are zinc plated to prevent corrosion and or 22-ounce vinyl
fabric that is flame
Safe to operate - The
P.B.R. can be opened or closed from the ground. There's no climbing
necessary, so you're assured of a more accident-free work environment.
Dependable due to fewer
moving parts - What
makes the P.B.R. fast also makes it long-lasting. This Shurco tarp
system will easily outlive similar competitive mod maintain appearance. Dependable
due to fewer moving parts. The tarp is made from either 18-OZ. or 22-OZ
tear resistant material, that will not shrink, rot, mildew, or leak. All
tarp seams are electronically heat sealed and have the strength of
a metal weld.
Universal sizes - As
with all Shurco truck products, the P.B.R. is custom-designed to fit
all models of open-top truck boxes and semi-trailers.
Simple to secure - When
closed, the P.B.R. is held firmly in place by nylon straps that are
individually tightened with heavy duty ratchets. This functional Shurco
design prohibits the tarp from coming loose regardless of wind or road
Fast and convenient - The
P.B.R. is engineered to be opened with a crank handle and easily pulled
shut a rope. A series of straps are easily tightened to secure the
tarp and prevent flapping. The P.B.R. makes tarping much more
convenient and saves you valuable time.
Attractive design - Shurco
engineers all P.B.R. components to maintain a new appearance. All metal
parts are zinc plated and only super strength nylon is used for the
straps and tarp fabric. Shurco also offers bows and ridge poles for
each P.B.R. farm box unit to keep THE tarp and prevent flapping. The
P.B.R. makes tarping tarp looking its best.