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Recasens launches two new products for marine textile industry
27
Sep '08
In response to customer feedback, the high-performance textile manufacturer RECASENS USA is pleased to announce the release of their new product Nauti Plus, a PVC coated woven polyester and has begun offering their Nautimar marine fabric exclusively in 86” width.

Recasens' newest marine textile, Nauti Plus (12.7 oz), is coated with PVC on two sides, while Nautimar (8oz) is coated on one side. “Both are perfect for the marine fabricator and boat manufacturer who are looking to offer their customers a fully waterproof fabric that is extremely durable and has superior tear and tensile strength,” notes US Division Manager, Stan Sherman.

Both products are produced in 86” width, minimizing seams, making fabrication easier and expanding the possible variety of applications. Plus, the unique silicon finish on the fabrics makes them very simple to clean and maintain.

Both Nauti Plus and Nautimar have an embossed finish, adding style to any completed product. And, because the fabrics are highly flexible, they will install and store quite easily. Nautimar is available in eight solid colors and can be used to make great looking biminis, awnings and other protective covers.

Nauti Plus comes in white, and the brighter Snow White, and can be used for similar applications including boat console covers, boat tops, mooring covers and more.

RECASENS USA


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