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Ultimate Marine Protection: Kevlar Reinforced Collars

One of Ultimate Boats' latest innovations is the Kevlar-reinforced polyurea-coated foam collar. This cutting-edge technology is designed to provide maximum protection for the most vulnerable part of your boat - the collar.

Located at the point where the hull and deck meet, the collar is constantly exposed to the harsh marine environment, making it vulnerable to impact and wear from waves, debris, and other hazards. Traditional air collars, can be easily damaged and worn out over time, leaving your boat exposed to potential damage.

That's where our Kevlar-reinforced polyurea-coated foam collar comes in. Made from a combination of para-aramid synthetic fibre Kevlar with a polyurea coating, this collar provides unparalleled strength and durability, making it resistant to impact, abrasion, chemicals and high temperatures.

Kevlar, a brand name for a type of para-aramid synthetic fibre, is known for its high strength and durability. It is commonly used in a wide range of applications, including bullet-resistant body armour, ropes and cables. Polyurea, a type of polymer formed by a polyisocyanate and a polyamine, is known for its excellent resistance to abrasion, chemicals and high temperatures. Together, they provide the ultimate protection for your boat's collar.

At Ultimate Boats, we are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality boats and the latest in marine technology. Our Kevlar-reinforced

polyurea-coated foam collar is just one example of this commitment. Whether you're a recreational boater or a professional, our collar will provide you with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your boat is protected from the harsh marine environment.

As a leading boat manufacturer in Clydebank, we have a wide range of boats available to suit all needs, all of which are fitted with our Kevlar-reinforced polyurea-coated foam collar as standard. Contact us today to learn more about this innovative technology and how it can benefit your boat.

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