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Resources

We’ve Got You Covered

How to Install TopCure® 

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How Does Transhield Perform in Cold Climates? 

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Installing Transhield Boat Covers: Best Practices for Transit 

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Careers

Current Openings

2/8/2021
Industrial Sewing

We're always looking for talented people to join our team. If you have the ability to read printed patterns and sew heavy duty material, let's talk!

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Whitepapers

Stay up to date on industry trends and developments, get insights on our latest covering solutions, and learn more about how Transhield is leading the way in protective technology

Industry Sheets and Specs

Your resource for industry-specific info, detailed use case info, and product guides.

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Learn about the information we need in regard to drawing views, scaling, formats, and what will and will not work to create a cover from a 2D drawing or 3D model (preferred).

FAQ

Why should I cover something that’s going to be outside anyway? How/what makes Transhield reusable? We’ve got the answers you’re looking for.

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Customer Service Associate – Marine

Nicola Gibson
nicola.gibson@transhield-usa.com


Customer Service Associate – Military and TopCure

Tracy Stewart
tracy@transhield-usa.com


Customer Service Associate – Industrial

Kelsey Schmidt
kelsey.schmidt@transhield-usa.com


Customer Service – Aftermarket Covers

General@transhield-usa.com


Video Resources

Transhield Perimeter Rope: Properly Securing for Transit

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Transhield Protective Covers | Modular, Prefabricated, Volumetric Building Installation Tutorial

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Transhield vs. Shrinkwrap: Installation Speed Test

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Patents

Transhield materials are protected by U.S. and international patents. All patents were developed by and remain the exclusive property of Transhield.