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Stainless Steel Marine Fittings

The primary purpose of marine fittings made from stainless steel is to provide security and versatility on boats and vessels, and there are many places where the fittings can be used, for example to secure cable in place, or to fasten other parts to the deck of the boat. Most of the fittings made from stainless steel are on the external parts of the boat, where they are used because steel is more resistant to corrosion than other materials, and is more hard-wearing than plastic or similar materials, making it ideal for use in securing the vessel. There are two main areas where stainless steel is the best material to use: in moving parts, and in securing parts. The moving of rigging, which requires regular re-adjustment, is best done through the use of steels, since the repeated movement of the part will cause less wear-and-tear than using wood or aluminium. In addition, stainless steel is also ideal for use with fasteners, such as nails and screws. Galvanised metal may be better here, but stainless steel is better than brass or bronze, in most situations.

If you don’t have a vessel, but want the best corrosion-resistant materials for your water-bound decking, then stainless steels could be ideal. Stainless steel is strong and durable, which means that you will need to do less work on these parts. In addition, using frameless or semi-frameless railing at the end can help to avoid a loss of view, even while you are securing your water access. Using stainless steel framed posts and rails, and combine them with stainless steels cable with a plastic coating. Fittings will include I-bolts and screws, washers and U-bolts which help to secure the cable to the railing, and to the deck itself. Using a stainless steel turnbuckle can help to give you the perfect tension, creating an attractive and secure railing.