Fabric features stain-resistant nanotechnology finish

September 1, 2008

Primo 150 from Spectro Coating Corp. has the look and feel of suede and uses a nanotechnology finish that is stain-resistant. The American-made, durable, textured fabrics withstand 150,000 double rubs and are produced using environmentally friendly water-based and low-VOC chemicals. Applications include furniture, automotive upholstery, RV and marine interiors, and gaming surfaces. Primo 150 is …

Morse Industries introduces new marine catalog

Morse Industries, a national supplier of aluminum and stainless steel extrusions and metal components for the marine industry, has published a new marine catalog with an expanded product line. Featured is H2Ube Channel Tubing and two entirely new product sections for houseboats and wakeboard tower manufacturers. “At Morse, we pride ourselves on creating product solutions,” …

Rainier Industries relocates

Rainier Industries moved to a new state-of-the-art facility just one building north from its previous location in Tukwila, Wash. The 140,000-square-foot building houses the company’s corporate offices, plus its metal, wood, fabric, window, graphic and sign shops. In the coming months, Rainier will set up product showrooms to highlight its various capabilities, and by the …

Green Boating section on DiscoverBoating.com goes live

The Green Boating section is live on DiscoverBoating.com. It includes fuel-saving ideas, a sneak peak into the latest “green” marine technologies and accessories, and a list of helpful green boating tips. Quick tips for reducing fuel usage Slower speeds on the water reduce fuel usage. Proper use of trim tabs reduces drag, especially while accelerating …

Products honored for innovation at MAATS

Six marine aftermarket products were honored for innovative achievement by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and Boating Writers International (BWI) at the Marine Aftermarket Accessories Trade Show (MAATS) in Las Vegas. The Innovation Awards, organized by NMMA and judged by BWI, recognize those products that best meet the following criteria: innovative distinction from other …