Seaboard High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is simply the toughest marine grade polymer sheet available. Seaboard is UV stable, scratch resistant, extremely impact safe, yet it is easy to machine and fabricate for the most demanding marine and boat applications. Manufactured by Compression Polymers Corporation.

This product is absolutey the highest grade and longest lasting material for your boat construction projects. It is virtually impervious to Ultra Violet light and the unique surfave construction almost eliminates scratching and dirt accumulation. There are similar products on the market but not COMPARABLE products.

Seaboard Products are manufactured by Compression Polymers Corporation.

SEABOARD: Seaboard High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is simply the toughest marine grade polymer sheet available. This UV stable product has scratch resistance, excellent impact, and stiffness, yet it is easy to machine and fabricate for the most demanding marine and boat applications.

SEABOARD LITE: The same tough Seaboard product at a 1/3 less weight. Seaboard lite has a tough Seaboard skin with a foam Seaboard core.

SEABOARD DS: Seaboard DS is a High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) foam core product with a specially formulated skin to add stiffness and Dimensional Stability.

SEABOARD UTILITY: A light gray foam High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) for non-exposed applications. This material is not UV stabilized, yet it provides an economical, light weight choice of material.

CELTEC MARINE: A rigid foam PVC that offers light weight and strength for the boat manufacturing process. Its closed cell structure does not absorb water and acts as a water barrier. Because of its staple pull and screw pull strength, Celtec Marine is ideal for applications in marine upholstery, seat backs, seat bottoms, trim for rough fiberglass openings, brackets, cabinets, draws etc.

SEABOARD GRIP-X: Is a special formulation to enhance traction in marine environments and add a safety element to playgrounds. This slip resistant material performs in wet or dry applications.

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