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Clear Enclosures  
Classic Marine Clear Enclosures

There are 3 main types of clear PVC, each with their own benefits. It is important to choose the type of clear which suits your intended use as well as matching your budget. The different types of clear are named after their form of manufacture.

• CALENDARED CLEAR
• EXTRUDED CLEAR
• PRESSED POLISHED SHEET CLEAR

When it comes to the clears on boats, there are a number of different options available in the way they are fabricated. We therefore meet with our boat owners with their boat, discuss these options and come up with a solution that best suits their use of the boat. We are then able to provide our clients with a written quote, completely obligation free.

Clear PVC can also be used for café blinds, domestic outdoor blinds and for architectural uses

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  • CALENDARED CLEAR
  • PRESSED POLISH SHEET CLEAR
  • EXTRUDED CLEAR

Calendared Clear

Calendared clear comes in rolls and is an excellent quality, low cost product which is ideal for café blinds, party and houseboats clears, rear deck clears and any other purpose where absolute visual clarity is not an issue

Calendared clear has only a slight visual distortion, last very well and is well priced. It is also available in a tinted version, which is great for cutting down heat and light without losing visibility.

PRESSED POLISHED SHEET CLEAR

As the name suggests, this product comes in sheets. It is on the higher end of the price range and offers superior visual clarity whilst still being able to be rolled up, although it is stiffer than the calendared or extruded clears.

Its only limitation is the fact that it comes in a sheet and therefore there is more wastage than using the clear PVCs which come in rolls.

EXTRUDED CLEAR

Extruded clear come in rolls and is excellent quality in the mid price range. It is ideal for boat clears or any other application which requires excellent visual clarity and it lasts extremely well in the harsh marine environment.

It is available in different widths, up to 2 metres, which can also lend itself to café blinds and architectural uses. It is, however, mainly used for front screen and flybridge clears due to its clarity and ability to roll up easily making it ideal for u-shape rollup sections.

 

 
 
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