Antifouling Coatings

A Need for Innovation

From JPCL, August 2020

By Bruno Ravel, et al, Safinah Group

The accumulation of biofouling on ships’ hulls can lead to increased hull roughness, which has a direct impact on fuel consumption and emission of air pollutants from ships, and an increased risk of translocating non-native, potentially invasive species. This article covers the types of antifouling coatings currently available and outlines the development and approval processes for bringing new technologies to market....


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