Protective Fabric Covering Solutions – made in the U.S.A.
Made with Transhield’s high-tech, ArmorDillo fabric that inhibits corrosion by 85-95%, these covers represent the next generation in anti-corrosion protective covers. They are heavy-duty and made to withstand the harshest environments at sea. Transhield covers are custom designed for an array of weapons systems, crew-served weapons, deck, and navigation equipment on all classes of Navy ships.
ArmorDillo fabric is a heavy-duty, waterproof fabric that protects against the outdoor elements, such as UV rays, salts, dirt, dust, rain, and wind. The breathable polyurethane coating and advanced fabric wicking technology allows moisture to escape, but not penetrate the cover. The vapor corrosion inhibitor (VCI) protects against corrosion, mold and mildew. The non-woven inner lining will not damage the product finish and is printable with custom graphics. ArmorDillo Covers are the perfect solution for protecting naval weapon systems and topside equipment.Learn more
Advanced Protective Cover Technology to Protect Topside Weapon Systems and Equipment
Prevents water and other airborne particles such as dust, dirt, and salts from penetrating.
Polyurethane outer layer allows moisture to escape.
Patented VCI technology works to disrupt the electro-chemical reaction that causes corrosion.
Does not retain water so cover stays lightweight for easy on/off application.
Learn tips, trends, and take-a-ways to help you protect your equipment
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.
Why Does Your Protective Cover Need Vents?
Why are vents needed on boat covers and protective covers? Where should you place vents? How many vents does your cover need? Learn all about vents in this helpful guide.
Radio Frequency Shielding Protective Covers -- Mission Ready
Currently, the U.S. military has no durable repeat-use solution to shield its vital equipment systems against RF energy. Transhield, along with the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division, has successfully developed a solution that significantly shields against RF attacks.