Thermoplastic: a polymer material (plastic), which turns to a liquid when heated, and then becomes solid when cooled. Thermoplastic can be heated and cooled repeatedly.
Thermoplastic, along with it's unique coating system, produces the longest lasting coating on all heat treated steel furniture. A thermoplastic surface is non-porouse, meaning it is immune to stains, fungus, mold, dirt, common acids, salts and seawater.
Thermoplastic is UV and fade resistant. It won't crack, peel or warp. It does not leave scars, scratches or damage.
Thermoplastic does not have a dull texture that hides imperfections. These coated products have superior wear and cut resistance and are easy to clean.