Rotomoulded waterlock with a long-life span
Shipbuilders are constantly looking for ways to improve the quality of their boats and provide their customers with the best possible experience on the water. One solution that can help achieve this goal is the use of durable, long-lasting rotomoulded waterlocks.
The rotomoulding process itself also contributes to the durability of the waterlocks. During this process, the PE is melted and molded into the desired shape under high heat and pressure. This results in a seamless and uniform product that is highly resistant to cracks and other forms of damage.
In addition to its durability, rotomoulded waterlocks have a long lifespan. Unlike other types of waterlocks that may degrade or become brittle over time, rotomoulded waterlocks maintain their strength, even after years of exposure to the elements. This makes them an excellent solution for shipbuilders.
The rotomoulded waterlocks of Rotovia have some unique specifications:
- Seamless one-piece construction
- No corrosion
- Made of 100% PE
- Easily recyclable
The use of plastic waterlocks eliminates the risk of corrosion, ensuring the longevity and durability of the equipment. Additionally, the use of plastic waterlocks can also improve the efficiency of shipbuilding processes, as plastic is lightweight, easy to work with, and reduces the need for welding and other metal-based processes.
Plastic waterlocks require little maintenance, making them a cost-effective solution for shipyards. The integration of the bubblers is seamless into the engine environment.
The rotational moulding process itself is environmentally friendly which is becoming increasingly important as the marine industry moves towards greater sustainability.