Bluewater 26 is a high-density (26 lb/cu ft), polyurethane foam board reinforced with layers of continuous strand fiberglass, as well as woven roving for extra stifness. It is a stronger and stiffer alternative to the Bluewater 20 (20 lb/cu ft), and can be used as a direct replacement for plywood in all structural applications.
Bluewater Coosa Board contains continuous strand glass and woven roven fiberglass, while Nautical Coosa Board only contain continuous strand glass. Therefore, Bluewater is significantly more rigid and is recommended for all structural applications.
In addition to being resistant to fungi and marine borers, Latitudes decking is also UV resistant. Whether you live on a small waterfront property or you are working on a large marine project, these marine decking boards are 1-1/4" thick by 5-7/16" and are designed for 24" on center joist spans.
Coosa Board is high density polyurethane foam with reinforced layers of fiberglass. The result is a material equally or superior in rigidity at a fraction of the weight of plywood. It is truly the premier decking & transom material in the marine industry.
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Suitable for use on a boat, on an RV, or maybe even for a project around your home, Marine Lumber is high-density polyethylene that is stabilized to resist saltwater, chemicals, and sunlight. It will not rot or delaminate, and is easily cut, routed, shaped and drilled, using standard woodworking tools.
Specialized structural panels made of high-density, polyurethane foam reinforced with layers of fiberglass are an excellent replacement for wood and traditional materials. Used in marine, industrial, and transportation industries for structural and non-structural applications and shipping to North America, Australia, the Caribbean, South Africa, and Europe.
Marine Board is a replacement for wood on boats that does not splinter, crack, delaminate, rot, swell or absorb water like traditional materials