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Use Heat-Resistant Materials: Consider using polythene covers or films that are specifically designed to withstand high temperatures. Look for materials with heat-resistant properties.
Insulation: Apply an insulating layer between the hot surface and the polythene cover. This could be a layer of thermal insulation material or a reflective barrier.
Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation around the covered area to dissipate heat. Adequate airflow can prevent the buildup of heat and reduce the risk of hot spots.
UV Protection: If the polythene covers are exposed to sunlight, choose materials with UV-resistant properties. UV exposure over time can degrade the material and reduce its effectiveness.
Cooling Methods: Implement cooling methods such as fans or shade structures to reduce the temperature in the covered area.
Temperature Monitoring: Use temperature monitoring devices to identify potential hot spots early. This can help you take preventive measures before significant damage occurs.
Regular Inspection: Regularly inspect the polythene covers for signs of wear, tear, or heat-related damage. Replace damaged covers promptly.