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Marine Shield UltraFlex was specifically designed for maritime use to protect and restore inflatable boat pontoons and has been applied to the following over the past 6 years:

  • US, NZ, Australian and Fiji coastguard
  • Surf lifesaving rescue boats
  • USA police vessels
  • Naval defence boats
  • Chase boats including a number of America’s Cup Challengers RIB’s
  • Super yacht tenders
  • Pilot/tender vessels
  • Working boats, water taxis, diving boats
  • River rafts
  • Dinghies
  • New RIBS to provide longevity to the pontoons

A few of the inflatable brands which have been successfully coated in Marine Shield UltraFlex:

  • Aakron
  • AMF
  • Avon
  • Holster
  • Naiad
  • Sea Legs
  • Force4
  • Aqua Pro
  • Caribe
  • Maxxon
  • Pro Marine
  • Ray Glass Protector

Other Uses for Marine Shield UltraFlex:

  • Protecting the vinyl wrapping on boats – including the one of the AC72 (America’s Cup 2013).
  • Buoys and fenders – maintains the colours.
  • Seating and covers (vinyl and PVC) – boat and jet ski seats and covers etc., protecting them from UV damage and dirt and contamination, keeping the vessel in a pristine condition.
  • Boat interior hood linings which are proving to be a popular option.
  • Water equipment – surf and wind board covers, stand up paddle boards, etc.
  • Outdoor spa and swimming pool covers – it can more than double the life span.
  • Trampoline mats – play equipment mats and also the mats between the twin hulled catamaran yachts.
  • Sun shades – domestic and commercial, ideal for the education sector.
  • Truck curtains, motor bike and scooter seats.
  • Inflatable structures for advertising and playgrounds.
  • Clear lite roofing panels.
  • PVC guttering and pipes.
  • Rhino coatings (which up to now could not be coated).
  • PVC canopies, marquees and gazebos.
  • Vinyl jackets, shoes etc.


Substrates not suitable for Marine Shield UltraFlex:

  • Pennell “Orcathane 289M” fabric
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