services regional Australia supplying various styles of cotton module tarps.
designed and developed the “belted” module tarp commonly known as “The Austarp”
in 1992. This new innovation revolutionised the way cotton modules were covered
in Australia and around the world.
Austarp enabled operators to minimise the time and ropes used as well as
removing several dangerous practices used with the previous method. Use of the
Austarp eliminated the necessity of operators having to lay ropes inside module
builders to fasten eyeleted tarps.
the advent of round cotton modules throughout Australia, Austarps has patented
the “Round Module Containment Cover (RMCC)”.
“RMCC” is used as a wrap with belts and buckles to allow the transfer of
damaged modules to cotton gins without losing large amounts of product.
used to manufacture the RMCC are high quality enabling reuse of the RMCC time
and time again. This alone saves many man hours and dollars as a means of
recovery of damaged modules. Feedback from growers and cotton gins support this
and repeat sales have been pleasing.
also manufacture single cap and “3 Module” caps for round modules which are
damaged and in storage rows call “Wetcaps”. Wetcaps have proven invaluable in
saving dollars preserving module quality. Wetcaps are also reusable.
production of Austarp products includes the use of our purpose-built hot air
welder ensuring strong, consistent seams with 50mm overlaps.
inclusions we offer for your cotton tarps include stencilling names on each
tarp as required, enabling growers to keep track of tarps throughout the
season; heavy triangle reinforcing around eyelets and double stitching to allow
for the stresses of over tightening ropes.
service of repairing tarps throughout the season is well known. Using a light
bench every tarp is checked for holes, any damage repaired and rolled ready for
collection by growers.
module transport nets;
bale transport nets;
cotton module tarps, both capped and flat;
tape for round module repairs.
02 6792 1883 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information