We Protect the Naval Assets That Protect America

Protective Covers

By Mindy Kruggel

The US Navy invests heavily in vehicles, machines, and weapon systems to defend America’s interests both at home and around the world. The high-tech equipment and ordnances onboard today’s naval fleets are full of next-generation technology to give service members an edge in combating dangers. But all that advanced intelligence and scientific engineering can easily succumb to the oldest forces on Earth—the elements. 

Water and atmospheric moisture corrode metals and damage sensitive electronics. Wind erodes mission-critical parts, reducing the accuracy and precision of devices. Dirt and solid particulates contaminate process systems, leading to equipment malfunction and failure. The sun’s unforgiving UV radiation degrades components, corrupting systems performance. Then there’s Mother Nature: mold, mildew, and microorganisms can cause undesirable contamination, requiring costly maintenance and lengthy downtime that compromises mission-readiness. The Navy relies on important assets to protect America, and at Transhield, we provide protection for those assets.

 Located in Elkhart, Indiana, Transhield is committed to producing protective coverings to keep valuable resources safe from the harsh elements that cause corrosion and degradation. We are proud the US Navy has trusted our heavy-duty products to help their investments withstand the brutal environments at sea. Our covers, engineered with patented anti-corrosion technology, are custom-designed for an array of weapons systems, crew-served weapons, deck, and navigation equipment on all classes of Navy ships.

 Transhield protective coverings are designed to safeguard assets from intense heat, dense humidity, brittle cold and icy snow. They are made with ArmorDillo fabric, which is durable and water-resistant, while offering a barrier against wind, debris, salts, and UV radiation. The fabric contains a breathable polyurethane coating and advanced fabric wicking technology that allows moisture to escape, but not enter. A vapor corrosion inhibitor provides a shield against corrosive rust, mold, and mildew.

 We customize our coverings for each particular piece of equipment. Access panels, windows, tie-downs, perimeter ropes, buckles, and other accessories can be added to improve the efficiency of the on/off process. The non-woven inner lining won’t damage product finish. The covers are lightweight and easy to remove and printable with custom graphics making them ideal for top-side equipment. 

 Naval assets require more than just tarps to stay in pristine, mission-ready condition. Transhield’s high-tech, anti-corrosion covers provide equipment and weapons systems with a superior defense against the punishing and unpredictable climates encountered at sea. They slow corrosion rates by as much as 95%, reducing maintenance interventions and costly downtime. Transhield coverings, made here in America, help defend the assets of the finest defensive force in the world. To learn more about Transhield, visit us at http://transhield-usa.com.

The US Navy invests heavily in vehicles, machines, and weapon systems to defend America’s interests both at home and around the world. The high-tech equipment and ordnances onboard today’s naval fleets are full of next-generation technology to give service members an edge in combating dangers. But all that advanced intelligence and scientific engineering can easily succumb to the oldest forces on Earth—the elements.

 Water and atmospheric moisture corrode metals and damage sensitive electronics. Wind erodes mission-critical parts, reducing the accuracy and precision of devices. Dirt and solid particulates contaminate process systems, leading to equipment malfunction and failure. The sun’s unforgiving UV radiation degrades components, corrupting systems performance. Then there’s Mother Nature: mold, mildew, and microorganisms can cause undesirable contamination, requiring costly maintenance and lengthy downtime that compromises mission-readiness. The Navy relies on important assets to protect America, and at Transhield, we provide protection for those assets.

 Located in Elkhart, Indiana, Transhield is committed to producing protective coverings to keep valuable resources safe from the harsh elements that cause corrosion and degradation. We are proud the US Navy has trusted our heavy-duty products to help their investments withstand the brutal environments at sea. Our covers, engineered with patented anti-corrosion technology, are custom-designed for an array of weapons systems, crew-served weapons, deck, and navigation equipment on all classes of Navy ships.

 Transhield protective coverings are designed to safeguard assets from intense heat, dense humidity, brittle cold and icy snow. They are made with ArmorDillo fabric, which is durable and water-resistant, while offering a barrier against wind, debris, salts, and UV radiation. The fabric contains a breathable polyurethane coating and advanced fabric wicking technology that allows moisture to escape, but not enter. A vapor corrosion inhibitor provides a shield against corrosive rust, mold, and mildew.

 We customize our coverings for each particular piece of equipment. Access panels, windows, tie-downs, perimeter ropes, buckles, and other accessories can be added to improve the efficiency of the on/off process. The non-woven inner lining won’t damage product finish. The covers are lightweight and easy to remove and printable with custom graphics making them ideal for top-side equipment. 

 Naval assets require more than just tarps to stay in pristine, mission-ready condition. Transhield’s high-tech, anti-corrosion covers provide equipment and weapons systems with a superior defense against the punishing and unpredictable climates encountered at sea. They slow corrosion rates by as much as 95%, reducing maintenance interventions and costly downtime. Transhield coverings, made here in America, help defend the assets of the finest defensive force in the world. To learn more about Transhield, visit us at http://transhield-usa.com.

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