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Material: Closed Cell EVA foam
Color: Grey ,Brown or customized
Size: 94*47 inch or customized
Texture: Brushed with Grooved
EVA thickness: 6mm ,1-50mm are available
Materials: Original, UV Protection ,environmental EVA raw material.
Adhesive: Komin Sport developed upgraded self-adhesive according to different hardness, density and lamination of EVA materials, which have no wrinkle, strong adhesive, unique and highly cost effective.
Lamination :we now using it is high temperature lamination: different colors materials are fused together under the 300 degrees heat, no additives needed.
Quality: After our quality controlling, the EVA foams sheets we exported to our clients are free of sand hole and dirty.
If you need customized color please tell me the pantone number, thank you.
You can also choose the following pattern.
What is the life expectancy?
In the harshest conditions, Komin sport marine flooring can be expected to last 5-7 years. If the boat is covered and/or well taken care of, a longer life is likely.
Can I get a custom sized helm pad?
Yes. Obtain the dimensions of the desired pad and contact our customer service department to request a quote. Customer service can be reached at email@example.com.
Does Komin marine flooring get hot?
As with any flooring products, darker colors will naturally become warmer in the sun. With that being said, komin marine flooring will not become too hot to stand on, and dispels heat very quickly thanks to its closed-cell structure.
Can komin marine sheets be seamed?
While marine sheets can be seamed, we do recommend against it. Over time, the PE/EVA blended material may naturally shrink up to ¼”, and for this reason, we suggest leaving a ½” gap between parts.