With proper training, the right equipment and the use of flame retardant shrink-wrapping film, this process can be completed with little risk of damage to customer’s boats. Shrink wrap is a low-density polyethylene cocoon used by many boaters to protect their boats during storage and land transport. LDPE is made from petroleum, a limited nonrenewable resource, and is not biodegradable. If disposed it takes up disposal capacity at landfills or trash to energy plants. LDPE boat shrink wrap can be reprocessed and used to manufacture new products such as plastic bags, composite timber.
Shrink wrap is combustible. You should keep a close eye on your boat until the finished it has returned to the particular temperature and be ready to put out a fire in the improbable event that one occurs. The structure is complete, a single piece of plastic is cut and draped over the boat and secured to the belly line. The plastic must then be sealed and heat welded together to create a snug fit around the top and sides of the boat. Our experts will wrap the boats and it will be protected safer.