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AIRE PVC Raft Material

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Replacement 37 oz. AIRE PVC Raft Material. Use Clifton Urethane Adhesive or Stabond™ to adhere to other PVC material.

Sold by the running foot in a 70" wide roll.

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Material: 37 oz. PVC material
Dimensions:
  • Sold by the running foot
  • Roll width is about 70"

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5.0

added material for stern seat/side rails

By steven on the trinity

from redding, ca

About Me Beginner

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Protects Well

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about AIRE PVC Raft Material:

      it was intimidating to get started (sanding the raft). watch the video at leasat 5x's (for me, watching the video was helpful). when i had questions, answers are readily available online, the NRS staff is a valuable tool. i purchased the NRS stern seat/side rails/motor mount for my inflatable. the pvc material was used in areas where the bars/connectors come in contact with the raft (added security/maybe just peace of mind). ONLY RECOMMENDATION i would make, in areas where material does not lay out flat, and the size/cut is in an ackward place or unusual cut, over seams at the stern, use more than one set of hands for final placement.

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      5.0

      Just what I expected

      By Hatchmatcher

      from Virginia

      About Me Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to Use
      • Protects Well
      • Visually Pleasing

      Cons

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        • Outdoor

        Comments about AIRE PVC Raft Material:

        Just what I needed to help beef up the wear on my raft.

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        • AIRE PVC Raft Material

          Q:

          1. Is this hazmat? do you have MSDS?
          2. I need 2 ft., Could you please give me the Weight and dimensions?
          Asked on 7/22/2015 by Adriana from Pembroke Pines, FL

          1 answer

          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            Adriana, the PVC material itself is not a hazardous material. The adhesives and solvents used to glue it are. Clifton Urethane Adhesive, Item # 38700.01, or Stabond Adhesive, # 38704.01, are good glues. MEK, # 38752.01, is the preferred solvent. They all have MSDS linked in the More Information sections on the product pages. This PVC material weighs 37 ounces per square yard. It's sold by the running foot from a 70" wide roll. That 24" x 70" piece of material will weigh approximately three pounds.

            Answered on 7/22/2015 by Clyde from NRS
        • AIRE PVC Raft Material

          Q:

          So when it says sold by the foot, does that mean square foot (12" x 12") or running foot (70" x 12")?
          Asked on 6/26/2015 by circa79 from Denver, CO

          2 answers

          • CUSTOMER CARE

            A:

            Running foot: 70" x length in feet ordered

            Answered on 6/26/2015 by Kyle from NRS
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Running

            Answered on 6/26/2015 by Anonymous
        • AIRE PVC Raft Material

          Q:

          when applying the material as a rub guard (where the metal touches the boat), during the prep and chemical application process, does the raft need to be inflated or deflated. thanks
          Asked on 2/21/2013 by stevenl from redding, ca

          5 answers

          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            I would apply the material while inflated so that it will cure into the proper shape.

            Answered on 2/21/2013 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            I am no expert but it seems logical to me the boat be deflated so both
            materials stretch at the same rate when inflated. Maybe partially inflate
            just to keep wrinkles out and make it easier to apply.

            Answered on 2/22/2013 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            It’s best to have it inflated during prep, just to make sure you don’t miss anything in a crease, etc. but not absolutely necessary. It is also much easier with it inflated.

            Answered on 2/22/2013 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            I would recommend inflating & pressurizing the boat prior to applying
            the rub guard. This ensures that it is installed in the same state in
            which it will be used, and that any stretch that may occur is also
            duplicated.
            I installed one of these in this fashion years ago, and it has been
            working very well.

            Answered on 2/24/2013 by Anonymous
          • Staff Reviewer

            A:

            It can be done either way. When the AIRE material is being coated, the inner woven fabric is stretched taut as the coating is applied, so the finished product stretches very little.

            Answered on 2/22/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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