ISL stands for Innovative Smart Lamination. AGIT Global has been working on a completely contemporary and modern way of constructing watercraft with a responsible and sustainable approach. With years of development and back-to-the-drawing-board moments, AGIT Global has perfected the first innovation developed for foam surfing craft.
The ISL process’s unique method of thermo-forming, foaming compression, and the use of Computer Numerical Control for finishing outlines and edges create a futuristic manufacturing approach for outdoor sporting goods.
Using only heat and compression, the ISL process constructs watercraft and sporting items of all types in foam-layering construction with detail, durability, and quality. Creating the ability to manipulate details into designs is what really separates this technology from the previous traditional foam-layered laminations and manufacturing. The process can also maintain durability and rigidity in specific areas when needed and decrease water absorption in aquatic-based gear.
As the R&D Department and engineers worked through the fine details and followed proper step-by-step operations, they noted the Carbon Emission score remained at a comfortable lower-than-normal level. It also created an opportunity for the product of the process to be recyclable and sustainable with each of the components being capable of being pulled apart and recycled for reuse.
The first product release will be through brands familiar to the market and in a 6ft modern shortboard cruiser called the Nug (short for Nugget).
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