Space Age Synthetics - Coosa clone/competitor at half-price ...
Well a friend of mine was replacing the deck and stringers on his boat and came across a similar (or almost identical) product as the Coosa board for half-price. Even better he ended up getting a few "cosmetically blemished sheets" for $50/each which makes it much cheaper than plywood (especially considering that it uses less glass/resin).Get Price
Baltek Airex PXc Boards - Jamestown Distributors
Applications include rotted plywood transom replacement in outboard motor installations. Formerly known as Penske and similar to Coosa Board Airex PXC can be used as a foam or balsa core replacement when thru-bolting deck hardware plywood replacement for small-boat cockpit soles under-deck autopilot installations etc.Get Price
Coosa Board for pilot house floor - forum.woodenboat.com
I finally decided to go with 3/4” Coosa Board. It is light weight rot and mold proof and really easy to cut drill etc. it’s expensive but so is marine plywood especially when you need to pretty thoroughly seal edges and surfaces. Having made my templates I got the Coosa Board this morning and began the cutting drilling.Get Price
Stringer Replacement with Composit Materal - | Boat Design Net
I am new to this forum and to boat restoration I have a little knowledge which can be dangerous. I have been looking for information on using an alternative material for replacing the stringers in my 1968 Caravell boat after removing the carpet and decking I found that all the stringers have rotted out and now require to be replaced.Get Price
Coosa vs Plywood Test (added marine grade ply ...
First question is what the span is between stringers. 12" 16" or 24" makes a big difference. If you've got a small span I'd go with Coosa. Otherwise I'd do a little research on what the board you're using is meant to span. I have no idea what Coosa is rated at but If it was my boat I'm with you I'd want something that will last forever.Get Price
Coosa Bluewater and Nautical Structural Panels
Coosa Composites manufactures structural panels made of high-density polyurethane foam reinforced with layers of fiberglass. The no-rot and light-weight advantages of high density foam combined with the structural properties of fiberglass make Coosa panels an excellent replacement for wood and other traditional core materials.Get Price
composite marine flooring for boats - PVC Board Manufacturer
Replacing wood floor in Lund aluminum fishing boat - Boat Design Jul 21 2012 I have serious rot in the plywood floor of my 17 ft. Replacing wood floor in Lund aluminum fishing boat Use composite plate stock.Get Price
Coosa Board – Decking Material - Boat Outfitters
If your floor or transom is rotting out and you replace it with the same material (generally plywood) it is very likely you will have the same issues 3-5 years down the road. Coosa board on the other hand is a permanent solution that would never need replacing.Get Price
Transom Replacement With a Plywood Core : 9 Steps (with ...
The boat featured in this rebuild is a 1984 Grady White. The boats owner is a local customer who purchased all his materials through our store and followed all of our technical advice making this rebuild a great basis for the tutorial. The entire rebuild was documented by the owner of e-boat inc. at our message board. (This is a link to the ...Get Price
Marine Plywood vs. Fiberglass Board (Coosa) | TigerDroppings.com
One boat mfg. brags that the fiberglass board does not rot like marine plywood. (Americat) Recently i had my plywood floor re-gelcoated by a pro. It was starting to get some cracks in it but the floor still feels structurally sound. Anyway while at his yard i got into a conversation with a worker there about fiberglass board and how it doesn ...Get Price
Rebuild a Rotten Transom – Boating World
I used Coosa Board Bluewater 26 to replace the wood core because it doesn’t absorb water and has very high compression strength. I made a cardboard template of the transom inside where the new core was going which I used to mark the one-and-a-half-inch Coosa Board Bluewater 26 (5). I cut the board with the Rockwell Multi-Tool (6). Holding ...Get Price
Coosa vs Nidacore | Boat Design Net
I plan to seal all edges of the coosa then paint the topside. Wasn't planning on glassing - is that required. I have not seen coosa board yet. On top of the board will be carpet 4" Fiberglass I beam is replacing the 10" deck joist to give me more headroom then the coosa will rest on the I beam BobGet Price