PVC 2010 is a flexible PVC U fendering profile designed to fit over a 15mm plain flange to provide protection to boats.
Manufactured in a UV stabilised, phthalate free, and 100% recyclable compound, our products are as kind to the environment as possible whilst delivering excellent in use performance.
Our non-marking PVC material provides the perfect alternative to rubber U fendering which is prone to leaching its colour on both your own boat as well as those around you.
This profile is manufactured in our softer material grade to provide an easier product fit and mimics the feel of rubber.
Flange Thickness: 15mm
Material: PVC - UK manufacture
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Product QuestionsI recently purchased a 5 metre coil of the PVC 2010 white fender but neglected to ask which adhesive is most suitable to attach this to my fibreglass transom edge. Can you please advise a suitable adhesive please.Question by: Richard Woodward on 18 Mar 2016 19:19:00We always advise using mechanical fixings (ie self-tapping screws) wherever possible as these are proven to be the most reliable method.
We are unable to recommend specific adhesives but we understand that customers have had some success using MS Polymer or Polyurethane adhesives provided that there is a good fit between profile and flange.
Please refer to our fitting guides for further infomation: https://www.wilks.co.uk/marine/fitting-guides.html
The Wilks TeamAnswer by: Wilks Team (Admin) on 22 Mar 2016 09:23:00Hi can you tell me just how tight a bend can be used when bending out-woods? thanks
EddieQuestion by: eddie Tozeland on 5 Jun 2019 17:09:00Thank you for your question.
PVC 2010 is made from a soft and durable PVC and can easily curve around boat transoms and bows.
To make the product even easier to work with, it can be heated in a large bucket of water.
We do hope this information is of assistance.
Answer by: The Web Team (Admin) on 6 Jun 2019 09:24:00Your PVC 2010 White U section fender has the right internal dimension of 15mm I need but the internal depth of 30mm is too big. Do you produce a product with an internal dimension of 15mm but an internal depth of 10 to 12mm?
I look forward to hearing from you.