State-Of-The-Art ManufacturingEverLast Synthetic Products has tremendous manufacturing capability. Significant capacity is required to keep up with the ongoing demand for the industry’s most technically advanced, thoroughly tested product line. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility operates 3 shifts a day, 7 days a week to facilitate orders in a timely manner. We manufacture our seawall materials using the Co-Extrusion Process. Impact modifiers are utilized to ensure strength and toughness for drivability and long term performance. This Co-Extrusion Process allows us to ensure color consistency in your wall while adding a 100% weatherable cap stock for additional UV protection. Our manufacturing facility inventories thousands of linear feet of all of our profiles. Having a workable inventory allows us to deliver product to your job when you need it!
Everlast Synthetic Products is the leader in sea wall testing, offering the industry’s most technically advanced, engineered, and thoroughly tested product line.
We spend tens of thousands of dollars annually to ensure that our product line of synthetic sheet pile is the most thoroughly tested product in the market. Sheet piles need to have high impact strengths for installation and durability. Drop Dart Impact (ASTM D256-00) Testing and Izod Impact Testing (ASTMD256) are both excellent indicators of the materials’ ability to withstand the stresses endured during installation and impact loading for the service life of the structure.
Our state of the art co-extruded sheet piling features “rib-less” technology and structurally enhanced corners. These sea wall testing features, which are supported by Finite Element Analysis, and third party testing, assure the industry’s most advanced synthetic sheet piling.
We offer an industry leading 2000 hours of QUV test data to give you confidence when choosing Everlast Vinyl Sheet Piling for your sea wall. We understand that your seawall is your livelihood, and that’s why we’re the industry experts on sea wall testing.
Tensile and Modulus Test
UV Inspection Lamp testing for consistency and quality
Drop Dart Test ensures impact resistance ductility
Creep testing is extremely important for vinyl manufacturers as it measures the deformation of the material under a constant load. EES has completed over 10,000 hours of creep testing utilizing ASTM D5262 and is proud to report that at 4,000 psi total strain of less than 3% are realized. Tensile tests, also known as pull tests, are performed to calculate the Modulus (E) and where the material “yields”. These numbers are vital in determining the deflection of a particular structure, which is the single most important criterion to consider when designing with vinyl. Independent certified labs, equipped with the latest equipment and techniques, ensure that the parts perform as designed.