Marinisation (also marinization) is design, redesign, or testing of products specifically for use and long-term survival in the harsh marine environment. This is done by many manufacturing industries worldwide including many military organisations (especially navies).

There are three main factors that need to be considered for a product to be truly marinised.

  • Corrosion
  • Vibration
  • A constantly changing attitude of the vessel. Similar to aircraft attitude

These three factors are a constant in the marine environment. Even on a dead calm day all three factors will still apply. This includes non salt water marine.

Other articles related to "marinised":

Marinised - Examples - Batteries
... Marinised batteries are usually Gel battery or sealed maintenance free battery ... Not using marinised batteries in salt water can be deadly in an enclosed environment for many reasons Sulfuric acid and salt water are a dangerous combination ...