& Covers - canvas and fabric -
Mauritzon, Inc. Manufacturer
Manufacturer & distributor of engineered textiles & fabrics. Textile products include covers, bags, concrete curing blankets, welding screens, curtains & blankets, noise control curtains, tarpaulins, canvas & nets and other accessories for boats.
Mauritzon, Inc. - Chicago, IL, Marine fabrics and covers
Industrial engineered textiles include awning fabrics, canvas fabric, high temperature fabrics, marine fabrics, mesh fabrics, PVC/vinyl strip doors & windows, structure fabrics, vinyl coated & vinyl laminated fabrics & specialty fabrics. Distributor of hardware products including awning hardware, cargo restraints, grommets & washers, hook & loop closures, plastic hardware, roller track & hardware, rope & cordage, rubber ties, snaps & fasteners, steel hardware, zippers & webbing. Products are suitable for marine, industrial & commercial applications.
Sales: $25 - 49.9 Mil
Activities: Distributor, Manufacturer
Year Company Founded: 1888
Officials: Frank Spadoni, Marketing
Covers: Boat Information
Distributor of marine covers including boat covers.
Boat covers are available in various materials. Marine covers are available in various colors & sizes & are suitable for applications including boat covers, tops, dodgers, curtains, awnings, boom tents & other protective applications.
New Approach to Boat Hull Liners by Berengier
Hand-fitting a textile liner inside a fiberglass hull is a lengthy, difficult, and costly operation. The French firm Berengier specializing in the distrbution of technical fabrics for the boatbuilding industry has developed, in partnership with Shoreteam, an innovative solution to the job of lining laminates for boats. Their product received special mention in the Design Awards competition held in conjunction with the annual Marine Equipment Trade Show, in Holland - Amsterdam.
Called "Impact," this system combines a decorative textured-vinyl liner and flow medium with closed-molding technologies infusion or resin transfer. It allows the builder to get a part that is finished on both sides, directly from the mold. Typically this would be a gelcoated surface on the outside and the Impact liner on che inside. With this method, builders can avoid long hours fitting liners inside the finished boat.