Coloured Polythene Sheeting in White
Roll Dimensions: 1828mm x 83m | 6ft x 275ft centre folded to 3ft (914mm)
Roll Length: 83 metres / 275ft on a roll
Thickness: 500 gauge (heavy Duty)
Transpack's sustainable Polythene Sheeting is made from at least 30% Recycled PCW, which makes it exepmt from Plastic Pakacgin Tax (PPT)
£112.80 inc VAT
Polythene Sheeting is also known as Poly Sheeting, Plastic Sheeting or Plastic Covering. This versatiles product is used for both domestic and industrial use.
Transpack stocks a quality range of plastic sheeting in various gauges and colours. We offer free sample swatches of these products to test for quality, colour and opacity. We offer quick delivery to your door, or local Customers can Click&Collect from our warehouse in Totton, Southampton, within an hour after placing your order.
|Made in the UK||Yes|
|Made from >30% Recycled Material or Plastic Free?||Yes|
This is product can be used for childrens arts and crafts. Use as a write on wipe off sheet using white board pens. protect surfaces from glues, paints and scratches
Can white polythene sheeting be used in archaeological digging sites?
Yes, our coloured polythene sheeting is very useful for archaeological digging sites. It is durable and stronger than builders rolls. The white colour allows for artefacts to stand out easily and not be missed. It's also ideal for placing soil samples onto whilst they wait to be bagged and labelled.
I need an easy to clean, reusable table runner for parties and my market stall - can I use polythene sheeting?
Polythene Sheeting makes for ideal table runners for events and market stalls. Stock colours are white, black, green, royal blue and red. Polythene Sheeting can be wiped down, reused and it is durable and strong. Pair colours together for a fun design on your tables.
What is white Polythene Sheeting used for?
One common use of white polythene sheeting is as a vapor barrier in construction projects. It can be used to cover walls, floors, and ceilings to prevent moisture from seeping in. This helps to prevent mould and mildew growth, as well as damage to the building's structural components.
In agriculture, white polythene sheeting can be used as a reflective mulch for plants. The white colour reflects sunlight and helps to keep the soil cooler, which can benefit certain types of plants. It can also be used as a greenhouse film to create a controlled environment for plant growth.
White polythene sheeting is also commonly used in the packaging industry, where it is used to wrap and protect various products during transportation and storage. It is often used as a protective covering for furniture, appliances, and other items.
Other uses of white polythene sheeting include as a backdrop for photography, as a temporary cover for outdoor events, and as a general-purpose plastic sheeting for various DIY projects.
Archaeologists use white plastic sheeting at digging sites to place artefacts onto so they can be clearly seen.