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EcoChoice is the approved EU agent for Bedford Tech – a leader in recycled HDPE plastic for marine works. Manufacturing fenders using 100% post-consumer plastics, they build an eco-friendly solution for your construction project which is built to stand the test of time.

SeaPile and SeaTimber

Made from recycled plastic (mainly from milk bottles), Bedford Tech have created two advanced marine fender products; SeaPile and SeaTimber. SeaPile is a round fender, whilst SeaTimber is either rectangular or square depending on your specifications and requirements.

Both fenders are created using composite plastic which has been designed to withstand large impacts and shocks, absorbing the energy to protect what is beneath them. What’s more, you can add a number of reinforcing fibreglass rebar to increase the stiffness of the fenders, making them more suitable to the type of vessel in your port, harbour or marina.

EcoChoice is proud to provide SeaPile and SeaTimber products, sourcing them directly from Bedford Tech and delivering them to your site for a hassle-free, sustainable project.

Why Choose Bedford Tech’s Fenders?

Bedford Tech’s recycled plastic fenders offer an array of benefits, including:

  • Abrasion resistance
  • UV resistance
  • Marine borer resistance
  • Easy to work with
  • Optional fibreglass reinforcements for added stiffness
  • A wide choice of colours and sizes

The plastic is incredibly easy to work with, allowing for cutting and drilling on-site. As the name suggests, SeaPile and SeaTimber fenders are suitable for marine environments, with resistance to fluctuating temperatures and salt water, never rotting or decaying even with constant exposure.

Sustainable Recycled Fenders

Bedford Tech prioritises sustainability alongside quality when building their fenders, making them an ideal partner for EcoChoice and our eco-friendly values.

Not only do their recycled products help reduce plastic waste, but they also do not leach chemicals when in use. This is important regardless of their application, keeping the surrounding environment safe.

Tailored to Your Requirements

SeaPile and SeaTimber fenders can be tailored entirely to your specifications, ensuring you have the correct products for your project. Choose from a wide range of colours, specify your dimensions, and even adjust the stiffness of the plastic to suit your needs. If you need assistance working out what sort of fenders are right for your project, our team will be more than happy to help.

Why Choose EcoChoice?

We work with Bedford Tech to deliver their SeaTimber and SeaPile fenders to construction sites around the UK. Our team has extensive knowledge of the products as well as many years of sourcing materials for construction projects, so you are in good hands. With exceptional customer service and a focus on sustainability, EcoChoice is a trusted supplier of construction materials.

Is Plastic a Suitable Choice For Fenders?

Raw plastic is not advisable for fenders because of its environmental impact, but Bedford Tech’s recycled products offer a durable, sustainable solution. Plastic is incredibly hard-wearing, making it a smart choice for outdoor applications and marine environments. It will last for decades, needs very little maintenance, and can be textured for a premium finish. In terms of fenders, recycled plastic is always a good choice.

Get in Touch

If you would like to learn more about SeaPile and SeaTimber fenders, get in touch with our team at EcoChoice today. Whether you would like to be certain this is the right product for your project, find out more about manufacturing or begin an order, we will be happy to help.

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