Burger, Awlgrip Create Composite Material

Tuesday, September 01, 2009
The three photos here show the beginning, middle and end sequence of this unique system (Photo courtesy Awlgrip)

Burger Boat Company has just launched the SYCARA IV, a motor yacht in the tradition of J. P. Morgan’s Corsair. The engineers at Burger were challenged to create a composite mast and bow sprit, but wished to maintain the look and feel of wood in keeping with the style of the boat.

Working with Awlgrip, the two companies developed a system that uses all-Awlgrip products to create faux wood that will look and last as long as any of Awlgrip’s remarkable coatings.
 

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