Insulated, Fiberglass Tarpaulins: A Winter Grilling Enthusiasts Best Friend
Posted by CanopiesAnd Tarps on Jan 21st 2015
Are you the guy or gal in the crowd that loves to keep the barbecue grills embers burning all year round? Are the chilly winds and their ability to blow out your fire the only thing you hate about barbecuing in the winter? If so, weve got news for you. There are ways to instantly setup wind breaks that wont help burn your house down in the process. It all starts with a very special tarpaulin. Well, perhaps its better known as a fiberglass welding blanket. Youll find them on offer now at Canopies and Tarps.
Our Insul-Shield Fiberglass Welding Blankets come in a beautiful shade of white that will undoubtedly match that snowy landscape youll be working in. However, thats certainly not what makes it such a perfect wind break resource for chilly barbecue fans. This special tarpaulin can withstand an amazing amount of heat, up to 1100 degrees Fahrenheit to be exact! So you wont have to worry about the sparks, splatter and heat emanating from the barbecue grill causing it to melt into a hot mess. Of course youll still want to keep it an appropriate distance away from the grill for safetys sake.
Thats not all there is to love about our Insul-Shield Fiberglass Welding Blankets. They are 60-Mil thick, weigh 24-ounces and come in a surprising array of sizes. Therefore, depending on your backyard barbecue setup, you may only need one or two to keep the winter winds at bay. The smallest tarpaulin is 3-inches by 4-inches, which may be enough to keep those small kettle grills burning into the night. The largest one is 12-feet by 20-feet. As such, it should be big enough to protect monster size smokers and propane grills with their own built-in side burners and shelving units. To learn more about them and other special tarpaulins that we have in stock, please contact us today.