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How Triton Boats are built
At Triton Boats, we're proud of the way our boats look, but we believe it's what's inside that really counts. Our boats feature the most advanced design, materials, construction methods and safety engineering in the entire fishing boat industry. As you'll see, we use aircraft technology in our hull construction - there's no wood in our boats. Our innovative engineering approach enables every hull to carry a lifetime warranty, plus a three-year warranty on most Triton Boats-installed components.
Wood-Free Composite Construction
Most fiberglass fishing boats are built with wood in such strategic areas as the stringer system, transom, deck and floor. Over time, wood can rot, leading to structural failures. Instead, we insist on space age Tri-Core composite construction. Tri-Core, a high-tech, super-strong polyurethane core material used in high performance aircraft, can never rot, bonds chemically with fiberglass, and is unaffected by climate changes. In addition, structural tests show Tri-Core to be lighter than wood, yet stronger than most wood/fiberglass laminates.
Like other fiberglass boats, ours are built from the inside out. But that's where the similarity ends. We use state-of-the-art gelcoats and baby our molds so your Triton Boats have a brilliant mirror finish that'll last a lifetime. Every boat features hand-laid construction and AME 1000 resin for greater strength and uniformity without excess weight. Many competing manufacturers use extensive chopper gun construction in their boats. The chopper gun is a laborsaving tool that sprays material into the hull. Compare our lifetime hull warranty to the flimsy warranties on competing boats and you'll understand why we take extra time to hand-lay every hull.
Triton Boats Zero Flex Stringer System
Our stringer system features two braces running from bow to stern, and seven cross-members connecting port to starboard. This radical design makes the Triton Boats extremely rigid.
In addition, our stringer system is hyper-engineered to fit perfectly into the hull with 100% contact! Most competing boat builders don't engineer their stringers to even approach such close tolerances.
Rock-Solid Transom & Deck
A glance at the stern of Triton Boats reveals a major difference between our boats and many of our competitors' models. All Triton Boats features a full-width transom, running from port to starboard. Our transom is crafted from Tri-Core and fiberglass, which are bonded chemically, unlike the simple mechanical bond our competitors hope to achieve with wood. Our deck is also designed for maximum strength. It features four transverse bulkheads which tie into the stringer system in true unibody fashion. Deck and hull are chemically bonded with automotive-strength structural adhesive. The result: rock-solid construction, guaranteed to last a lifetime!
Superior Flotation = Greater Safety
Your safety is our #1 concern. That's why all Triton Boats exceed upright and level flotation standards of the U.S. Coast Guard, National Marine Manufacturers Association and American Boat & Yacht Council. You can enjoy Triton Boats with the complete confidence of knowing there has never been a single flotation failure on one of our boats�not one!
The Triton Boats Difference
As you've seen, our state-of-the-art materials and construction methods give our boats tremendous strength without excess weight. You benefit from faster acceleration, greater top-end speed, a soft, dry ride in rough water and increased fuel efficiency for both your outboard and your tow vehicle. Greater strength means a longer-lasting boat with the best warranty in the business.
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