It's no wonder the tent is one of mankind's oldest structures and more dependable inventions. Tents serve thousands of purposes, remain easy to set up and take down, and can be customized to just about any purpose. Tents are so versatile, in fact, that the name "tent" itself now actually refers to dozens of different varieties of structure. From camping tents to circus tents, from garden canopies to vast display canopies that shelter entire shopping marketplaces, different kinds of tents can be used for almost everything.
Modern tents aren't like their counterparts of previous times, however. Today's tents and canopies are built with the most durable materials available. They retain lightweight construction, too, using aluminum and steel components in their frame and nylon, polyester, and polyethylene materials for the tarps and coverings. The result is something that's both easy to transport yet ready for many years of reliable use.
There's also many different ways to determine how thick a canopy cover you need for your own purposes. The easiest way to tell the strength of a canopy is to identify the thickness rating of its cover tarp material. Canopy and tent material thickness is measured in a unit known as a denier. The higher the denier rating, the thicker the canopy and tent material. You will often see denier expressed by its abbreviation, an upper- or lower-class ""D."" For example a canopy or tent cover with a 75 denier ratings would be expressed as "75-D" or "75d."
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