Rubbing Band & Keel Band

In boating, rubbing bands and rub strakes are used to protect the deck or hull of a ship from scratches, abrasion and other damage. These are profile strips that protrude slightly from the hull. When berthing, only the protective strip touches the pier, so the boat hull cannot be damaged. For this purpose, seawater-resistant rub rails made of brass or stainless steel are particularly suitable for boating and traditional yachting. These are available in various dimensions as semicircular profile, flat profile or hollow profile, ready for installation or undrilled. … Read more
In boating, rubbing bands and rub strakes are used to protect the deck or hull of a ship from scratches, abrasion and other damage. These are profile strips that protrude slightly from the hull.... read more »
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Rubbing Band & Keel Band
In boating, rubbing bands and rub strakes are used to protect the deck or hull of a ship from scratches, abrasion and other damage. These are profile strips that protrude slightly from the hull. When berthing, only the protective strip touches the pier, so the boat hull cannot be damaged. For this purpose, seawater-resistant rub rails made of brass or stainless steel are particularly suitable for boating and traditional yachting. These are available in various dimensions as semicircular profile, flat profile or hollow profile, ready for installation or undrilled. …

… professional craftsmen know exactly where to use the appropriate fasteners and materials for the boat. To avoid work standstill due to material shortage, the shipyard store should also stock special steel screws, ring and eye bolts, threaded rods with compatible rings and bow or wing nuts. These have to meet the high demands of traditional shipbuilding craftsmanship. But the lack of a wood plug or a galvanized rove whilst boat repair work shouldn't be a problem - you can contact Toplicht to refill your magazine.

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1736_01 Stainless rubbing band
A4 flat, semicircular profile, polished finish. Stainless steel.
€9.70
Art.-Nr.: 1736...
1736_02 Stainless rubbing band with hollow profile
Flat rubbing band, made of stainless steel sheet, polished finish.
€14.57
Art.-Nr.: 1736...
1839_01 Brass keel- or rubbing band 10 x 3 mm
Undrilled half-round rail (rubbing band), made from brass (Ms 58: CuZnPb2) . For baseboards, stem rails and wear strips. The small size 10 x 3 mm is convenient for shipping in a standard package (it is rolled). Rubbing band in larger...
from €9.36
Art.-Nr.: 1839...
1839_02 Brass keel- or rubbing band
Undrilled half-round rail (rubbing band), made from brass (Ms 58: CuZnPb2) . For baseboards, stem rails and wear strips. This item is supplied in several lenghts.
from €26.32
Art.-Nr.: 1839...
1739_01 keel- or rubbing band undrilled stainless steel
Flat semicircular profile wrought of A4 stainless steel (AISI 316), matte finish. Comes undrilled. For toerails, bow pieces, chafe guards. This item is sold in several lenght
from €34.12
Art.-Nr.: 1739...
1739_03 Flat section rubbing band undrilled stainless...
Undrilled rubbing band made from stainless steel A4 (AISI 316), matt surface, polished electrolytic. The flat-topped shape makes it possible to countersink the fastening screws, enabling the rail to skid along the dolphins without...
Content 0.5 m (€38.50 * / 1 m)
from €19.25
Art.-Nr.: 1739...
1739_02 keel- or rubbing band drilled stainless steel
Drilled flat, semicircular profile wrought of A4 stainless steel (AISI 316), matte finish. For toerails, bow pieces, chafe guards. This item is sold only in full lengths of 3,0 m. Please order multiples of 3,0 m. Special freight charge...
Content 3 m (€46.40 * / 1 m)
from €139.20
Art.-Nr.: 1739...
1739_04 Flat section rubbing band drilled stainless steel
Drilled rubbing band made from stainless steel A4 (AISI 316), matt surface, polished electrolytic. The flat-topped shape makes it possible to countersink the fastening screws, enabling the rail to skid along the dolphins without causing...
Content 2.5 m (€44.74 * / 1 m)
from €111.86
Art.-Nr.: 1739...

… professional craftsmen know exactly where to use the appropriate fasteners and materials for the boat. To avoid work standstill due to material shortage, the shipyard store should also stock special steel screws, ring and eye bolts, threaded rods with compatible rings and bow or wing nuts. These have to meet the high demands of traditional shipbuilding craftsmanship. But the lack of a wood plug or a galvanized rove whilst boat repair work shouldn't be a problem - you can contact Toplicht to refill your magazine.