Protective Fabric Covering Solutions
Power and water sport products are built for the outdoors, but transporting them without proper protection can damage them before they even hit the show room floor. Proper protection will ensure your product arrives at the dealer in the same condition it left your production facility. Transhield specializes in designing covers that will protect your product during transportation. We manufacture our own material, thus allowing you to customize the color of the cover or even imprint your logo within the material. This presents the perfect opportunity to brand your material from every angle while transporting down the road.
Transhield covers are designed to fit the curve of your product and shrink to an aesthetically pleasing, aerodynamic fit. The exterior polyethylene film is waterproof, yet allows moisture to escape preventing condensation on your product. If rust is an issue, vapor corrosion inhibitors (VCI) can be added to the interior lining to prevent corrosion. The interior lining is a soft, microfiber-like, polyester material that does not retain water, but rather wicks it away from the interior and releases it to the exterior.Uncover the Technology
Why Transhield Works
Advanced Fabrics to Protect your Recreational Equipment
Prevents water intrusion.
Prevents condensation under the cover.
Shrinks up to 20% creating an aerodynamic fit.
Prevents surface etching, scratching, and chipping caused by rocks, dirt, dust, sand, etc.
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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.