Protective Fabric Covering Solutions
We understand that protecting expensive equipment and keeping it in perfect condition for the end client is a top priority. Corrosion, moisture, UV rays, dust, road grime, rodents, and scratching are all hazards to the metal parts on heavy duty equipment while in storage or transit.
Transhield has developed the most advanced fabrics to protect your machinery and equipment from costly and unpredictable environmental hazards. The custom-fit covers are easy to install and shrink to provide a snug fit which keeps road debris, dust, and dirt out of the equipment while the soft interior prevents etching and scratching. An optional VCI additive blocks corrosion before it starts.Uncover the technology
Why Transhield Works
Advanced Fabrics to Protect your Machinery and Equipment
Easy to install and shrinks to provide a snug fit.
Protects from the ravages of UV rays, rain, snow, sleet, dust, wind, and airborne pollutants (ash, etc.).
Non-abrasive composition that protects from the elements during transportation and storage, without causing damage to paint, gel coat, or even decals.
VCI bonds to the metal surface and interrupts the electro-chemical reaction that causes corrosion. Read more on how VCI technology works.
Learn tips, trends, and take-a-ways to help you protect your equipment
The Benefits of Transhield Shrink Wrap Covers for Boat Manufacturers
Bob Phillips, Sales Engineer, Transhield, and Bob vanVollenhoven, VP, Sales and Marketing, Stingray Boats, understand the personal nature of a boat purchase. Their mission is to ensure a customer’s boat purchase arrives in mint condition every time.
4 Benefits of Digitally Designing your Protective Covers
Utilizing 3D software for creating protective packaging can create internal efficiencies, save on labor time, and lead to a more accurate protection solution for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).
Are VCIs Dangerous?
How VCIs are applied will determine their level of toxicity to humans. High doses, or 100% pure samples of VCI compounds in raw form, when inhaled, ingested, or contacted by humans, can be toxic.