Marine Plastic Applications

excellent durability and resistance to the elements

Marine grade plastics are a type of plastic material designed to withstand harsh marine environments. These plastics are made with special additives that help them resist the corrosive effects of saltwater, UV radiation, and other environmental factors that can cause ordinary plastics to break down quickly. One of the main uses of marine grade plastics is in the construction of boats and other watercraft. These plastics are used for everything from hulls to seating and storage compartments, and they provide excellent durability and resistance to the elements.

In addition, marine grade plastics are also used in a variety of other marine applications, including offshore oil rigs, docks and piers, and even underwater pipelines. One of the biggest benefits of marine grade plastics is their ability to withstand the corrosive effects of saltwater. Ordinary plastics can quickly break down and degrade in saltwater environments, but marine grade plastics are designed to resist this corrosion and remain strong and durable over time. This makes them an ideal choice for use in marine environments where corrosion is a major concern.