What colors does King StarBoard come in?
King StarBoard® XL is available in 7 standard colors: Black, Charcoal Gray, Dolphin Gray, Light Gray, Sanshade, Seafoam and White/White.
Who makes King StarBoard?
King Plastic has been helping pros build better boats for more than 30 years. King Plastic pioneered the first marine-grade polymer sheet, King StarBoard®, which remains the dominant brand in the marine industry today.
What kind of plastic is StarBoard?
high-density polyethylene sheet
King StarBoard® is the original marine-grade high-density polyethylene sheet and the leading brand in the marine industry.
Does StarBoard float?
It definitely floats. Thanks much for the replies, nice price on the stuff from US Plastics.
What kind of plastic is HDPE?
High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) is a thermoplastic polymer made from petroleum. As one of the most versatile plastic materials around, HDPE plastic is used in a wide variety of applications, including plastic bottles, milk jugs, shampoo bottles, bleach bottles, cutting boards, and piping.
What kind of polyethylene is King starboard made of?
King StarBoard® is the original marine-grade high-density polyethylene sheet and the industry standard. It is the product of a proprietary process called K-Stran™, the most advanced manufacturing process for superior flatness and consistency.
What kind of material is starboard Marine Board?
StarBoard® is a marine-grade polymer material that is quickly becoming the industry standard because it can be used to fabricate a whole host of fixtures on boats of all kinds. Best of all, this marine substrate is made to maintain its color and finish for the lifetime of the boat.
What kind of finish does King starboard have?
King StarBoard® has a matte finish on both sides of the sheet. It is environmentally stabilized to withstand the harshest outdoor conditions. King StarBoard® will not rust, delaminate or rot when exposed to UV, humidity or water.
What can you do with King starboard plastic?
King StarBoard® will not rust, delaminate or rot when exposed to UV, humidity or water. It is ideal for a variety of marine applications from replacing wood, to building boat components and furniture.