The second- generation Dual Density Anti-fatigue Helm Station Pad is an innovative new product from SeaDek that provides more cushion and comfort than ever before. The 16” x 39” pad features a soft, low-density 17mm bottom layer that offers increased shock absorption and dramatically reduces fatigue during long hours on the water, while a 3mm regular density top layer provides durability and traction. All Dual Density Helm Station Pads come with a brushed texture and a laser etched SeaDek logo. For increased versatility, the pads utilize six heavy-duty, UV resistant Velcro® tabs that easily attach to the deck of the boat and hold the pad securely and firmly in place, allowing for easy installation and removal to access hatches, transfer to another boat, or even change colors. Loaded with features, this is SeaDek’s most advanced Helm Station Pad yet. *Because the helm pad is not permanently secured to the boat, it should be removed and placed in a secure location during travel and storage.
- 17mm Low-Density bottom layer for increased comfort
- 3mm top layer for durability and traction
- Velcro TM tabs for easy installation and removal
- Brushed texture
- Laser-etched SeaDek logo
- Five color options
You can watch the Dual Density Helm Pad installation video on our website here
You will need:
1. Place the provided template in the desired location for the helm pad.
2. Place the helm station pad on top of the template for a final fit verification. Tape down the template’s protruding corners.
3. Remove the pad from the deck. Using one (1) of the primer ampules for the top three (3) cut-outs and one (1) for the bottom three (3) cut-outs, apply the primer in each of the six (6) cut-outs. Allow the primer to fully dry, approximately five (5) minutes.
4. Place a white Velcro® tab into the center of each of the template’s cut-outs. Apply firm and even pressure on each pad for a full minute once applied.
5. Remove the template from the deck.
6. Place the helm station pad in its proper location and remove any remaining masking tape.
Because the helm pad is not permanently secured to the boat, it should be removed and placed in a secure location during travel and storage.