Stainless Steel Marine Hardware

PCT provides stainless steel marine hardware commonly used for recreational, governmental, and commercial marine activities. Stainless steel marine hardware can be polished to a mirror finish for maximum corrosion and abrasion resistance.

Our stainless steel marine hardware is designed to meet the visual and functional expectations of high end users. From boat frames to fighting chairs, our competitively-priced marine grade stainless steel castings can meet any dimensional accuracy, tolerance, or corrosion resistance specification.

We offer a number of secondary operation services to further expand the mechanical properties of stainless steel marine hardware, including heat treating, surface finishing, plating & painting, and metallurgical testing.

For more information on stainless steel marine castings, visit our contact page or call us at 888-775-3590.

 

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