Field Application of Foul-Release Coating

From JPCL, June 2014

By Sang Ki Chi, Seung Hyun Kim, and Byung Wan Kim Institute of Industrial Technology, Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.

To capitalize on the environmental and cost benefits of employing silicone foul-release coatings for marine and offshore use, the authors conduct a study that demonstrates how to avoid potential field application problems....


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Tagged categories: Antifoulants; Coating Materials; Foul release; Marine; Marine Coatings; Paint application

Comment from Per Gabrielsson, (7/21/2014, 2:11 AM)

Anybody going to deal with "Hard Coatings" (STC’s), which are proven to be completely non-hazardous to the marine life and the best coatings for ice going vessels. Furthermore the only coatings withstanding the detrimental effects of cavitation forces on rudders, bow thriuster tunnels, etc.


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