only type of plywood still treated with arsenic a superior preservative will not destroy your marine carpet backing. perfect marine plywood to rebuild your pontoon boat deck. all sizes of boat plywood are always in stock. 4 sheet minimum - quantities over 10 sheets please call for pricing
today we install a new floor in the boat, consisting of 3/4 inch treated wood planks, and install a new thwart seat , made from 3/4 inch marine plywood. all the new woodwork in the boat will be
pressure treated plywood is just standard plywood that has been treated. they are not the same, if possible find the marine grade it will last well past 5 years. with all that information above, the real place for marine grade is the part of the boat that is in contact with water since there are no voids in the plywood.
what kind of plywood would you use and how thick? my primary goal is sound reduction. i will be applying a dynamat type product and carpet to the plywood. the materials that are readily available are 1/2' pine pressure treated plywood, advantech 23/32 osb subfloor osb guaranteed for 300 days of water exposure or 1/2 birch plywood.
plywood is an extremely durable and environmentally friendly material that suits many types of end uses. a company called terhi from rymättylä, southwest finland, utilises koskisens know-how of plywood and uses koskisens products in their boat seats, which sell on average 5,000 pieces annually.
re: pressure treated wood in boats- originally posted by mark reuten the primary reason not to use pressure treated woods in boats is that the species used in those products have lower durability rot resistance than those traditionally preferred in boat building such as long leaf yellow pine or pitch pine.
replacement wood bench seats for lund 14' rowboat guests. if you you will need to use 3/4' marine grade plywood or treated plywood. you could do the front seat up to the bow that way and then just the floor and new bench seats in the rear part of the boat. much easier to put in the floor behind the bow seat too
plywood into boat seats koskisen world of wood. the advantages of cca-treated plywood and why you have to have it. when remodeling or restoring a pontoon boat, you face some decisions. lauan plywood - clc boats - chesapeake light craft. all of chesapeake light craft's okoume marine plywood is fsc-certified. problem 1: the
re: pressure treated plywood for seat boxes and frames i would paint it for fear that the chemicals will damage the vinyl. the problem with pt is the amount of time it takes to dry before it can be sealed. and the you have to keep it weighted to prevent warpage. i would just get good quality plywood and seal it with paint.
cca treated plywood does not need to be coated or treated before installation and has 7 plys that have been pressed and glued together then kiln dried, it will not warp or rot. this plywood is distributed through huttig corporation and is the same plywood used on all 2014 bennington and south bay pontoon boats.
what kind of plywood do you use to attach boat seats to metal bench seats in a metal boat? i haven't tried it for boat seats, but i have to believe there are ways to adapt it, as you suggest you want to adapt plywood. you will need a green treated plywood.. because the boat is always around moisture.. will keep it from rotting for you
the grace of your boat seats upholstery might wear off with time and they might start looking dull as they go through a lot of harsh use. this 42 wide folding bench seat is featured with marine grade treated plywood frame with oem grade aluminum hinges, marine grade uv and mildew treated vinyl, high compression foam padding and double
the wise big bass bucket boat seat package features oem grade construction and components. treated marine grade plywood seat frame system with thick aluminum support brackets. mildew resistant and uv treated compression foam padding. shop at wholesale marine.
fisher dave, thanks for the input. my carpeting idea would've included using treated plywood, rather than carpeting existing old wood. just one more thing, i've boxed in the front two seats on a standard lund, making it a carpeted deck with a storage hatch between the two seats and have really enjoyed the design for both fishing and scooting around the lake with family and/or dog.
general boating discussion - alternatives to treated plywood for rebuilding seat? - i'm rebuilding the rear bench seat in my 94' crownline because the plywood is all rotted. it's too bad too because the vinyl is in good shape. anyway, i'm wondering if anyone has found any alternatives to using plywood. i know newer
a homemade boat can be made from fiberglass, aluminum, steel or wood. there are also kits which can be purchased from specialist shops in order to build a boat. boat seats are generally constructed using treated plywood, as this is a cheap and easy material to work with.
if you have a boat or are planning on building something that will be submerged in water, then marine plywood is what you'll be working with. this type is a thicker material than regular plywood, comprised of about seven to 10 layers as opposed to three to five, with glue locking them all together.
i know you said no plywood but i redid my seats last year that had 3/4 pressure treated plywood throughout very heavy , i replaced it with 1/2' exterior plywood covered with lightweight fiberglass cloth and epoxy resin. i then fastened them to the fiberglass shells and made identical pieces to mount to the bottom of the complete seat.
it just needs the steering wheel mount and coaming installed. the problem is that the boat is made out of regular non-marine plywood. i figure i'll have to remove the deck to get in at the inside of the hull. i'm looking for suggestions on how to treat all of the wood to make it water proof and allow me to then fiberglass and paint it.
replacing wooden seats in an aluminum fishing boat. discussion in 'boatbuilding' started by mosk22rte it appears to have the original 3/8' plywood bench covers, which are trashed. i'd like to replace these with either new marine plywood or aluminum. on the other hand if you just want a functional seat and have some brackets in place for
re: what plywood for seat cushions? i had a 1996 bayliner. factory painted seat cushion plywood and side panel plywood rotted away in 2000. i replaced it with exterior plywood totally sealed with 2 coats of minwax spar varnish, about $10 from seven trust. when i sold the boat 7 years later in 2007 all of the replaced wood still looked brand new.