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Point Blanket Buyer's Guide
Watertight / Breathable Switch plates and blankets must be watertight for the switch in the panels. Most ceilings are Teflon® covered. Filling / heated blankets differ according to weights or filling quantities. If you select the size of a rug, select a rug that matches the weather and your horse.
An untrimmed horse probably needs more stuffing than an untrimmed horse. The filling of the ceiling, usually made of polyesters, is g. Its average net weighs between 180 and 200g. As a rule, a heavier ceiling has a filling capacity of between 300 and 420g.
Shell Durability / Denier Denier relates to the roughness or thickness of the fibre of the ceiling. If the denier is higher, the harder the shells are. The blankets differ in relation to the denier and the kind of material. A suitable ceiling will be about 600 deniers, while the midrange is about 800 deniers.
Hardest blankets reach from 1200 Denier to 1680 Denier. The hardest kind of cover, it tears the least. Closure ceilings usually shut at the front. Replacement Clips>Kwik StrapsNeck Style / Deck Covers Various types of necks offer weather resistance by stopping the ingress of moisture into the ceiling in the throat area.
With a high neckline, it provides more shelter than a normal one. It has a full neckband fixed to the ceiling. Certain blankets have an option of removable necklines. Blankets with normal neck>Blankets with high neck>Blankets with full necks comboCast sets The waistband is situated in the shoulders and allows room to move.
She retreats to keep the ceiling warm, but can open if necessary. Blankets with gussetsTail flaps Protect your horse from the weather and prevent the cover from slipping. Blankets with tail flap>Replacement cord straps prevent the cover from slipping and inflating in the breeze and are also suitable for a horse that can draw its cover over its head.
Replacement leg loops>Kwik StrapsFleece at Withers Prevents the cover from grating at the toes. Use radiators, stall panels, stall ceilings, switch panels, switch panels, switch panels, perspiration panels and anti-weld panels to meet the individual needs of your horse.