Protective Fabric Covering Solutions
Since 1994, Transhield covers have provided protection from the elements during transportation and storage. Weather and road conditions can wreak havoc on a poorly covered boat. Transhield covers provide protection from road debris, UV rays, corrosion, moisture, mildew, and general surface damage thereby reducing exposure to warranty and repair issues.
What do you do in inclement weather? Layer up. That’s exactly what a Transhield cover does. A waterproof, shrinkable, outer layer provides protection from rain, snow, sun, dirt, and other airborne pollutants. The middle layer is a hot olefin adhesive, and the inner layer is a soft polyester nonwoven material to protect against etching and scratching.Uncover the Technology
Why Transhield Works
Advanced Fabrics to Protect your Boats and Personal Watercraft
Reduce warranty dollars and gain the ability to access the interior of the boat while covered. Discover our protective process.
Installation is quick and easy. A team of two can cover and shrink a midsize (up to 21’) boat in less than five minutes.
Covers can withstand road debris without tearing and heavy snow without collapsing.
Moisture is wicked away from the inside environment and transferred to the outside environment in vapor form preventing mold and mildew. Explore more on our breathable covers.
Learn tips, trends, and take-a-ways to help you protect your equipment
Prevention of Corrosion in Electronic Devices Use Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor Enhanced Protective Covers
Preventing corrosion in electronic devices can be achieved through VCI chemistry implemented into protective covers. A vapor corrosion inhibitor (VCI) is a chemical substance, or combination thereof, which prevents or significantly reduces the onset of corrosion.
Patenting: A How-To on Protecting Innovative Ideas
Seckin Ozol, V.P. of Engineering R&D at Transhield, shares his experience in patenting new products and processes for Transhield.
Access to Notre Dame’s Material’s Characterization Facility Increases Transhield’s Fabric Testing Capabilities
Transhield, in an agreement with the University of Notre Dame, will now have access to the Materials Characterization Facility which will increase the testing capability of Transhield fabrics.