PVC 2450T Fendering

PVC 2450T Fendering
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35mm x 48mm Fendering

Sanded PVC

150m minimum order

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Virgin 2G material, solid fendering profile with a 35mm base and a height of 48mm. This profile can be fitted with a stainless steel capping.

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 D fendering which is prone to leaching its colour on both your own boat as well as those around you.

Base size: 35mm

Material: PVC - UK manufacture

This product is supplied pre-sanded for a woodgrain effect and pre-drilled ready for immediate fitting. Also come complete with matching PVC cord plugging (the surface of the plugging will require sanding once fitted

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Product Questions

I want to replace an existing wood toerail. Is it possible to get PVC 2450T sanded toerail without it having been predrilled? I want to use existing holes rather than make more in the deck.

Thank you
Colvin Osborn
I have an older heavy displacement cutter rigged yacht with teak fender strakes (similar to this products profile) which are through bolted to the hull. Unfortunately I am unable, at least with out considerable difficulty and disruption, to get to the back (inside) and onto the nut. After 36 years the old bolts are letting go and the rail is starting to come adrift, hence we want to replace it with another system, one that doesn't not require access to the inside of the hull.
Vessel is 37 on deck and each fender rub rail is aprox 8 metres in length, the hull is 6-10mm thick where rail is attached. The hull is fibreglass build in 1979, so quite heavy construction throughout.
Can you suggest a solution/product that would suit the look of an older styled vessel that can be attached without access to the inside of the hull ?

Thank you,
Peter Hamilton.