Merchant ship antifouling coating SeaQuantum Classic S
professional vesselself-polishingmulti-use

merchant ship antifouling coating
merchant ship antifouling coating
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SeaQuantum Classic S is a tailor-made, self-polishing silyl acrylate antifouling coating with a verifiable 2.5%* speed loss for medium-activity vessels, which include most types of cargo and passenger vessels. This can reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions by up to 10.2%* and enables ultra-low frictional resistance on the underwater hull, made possible through highly effective biofouling control and a smooth, self-polishing surface profile. The trusted SeaQuantum silyl formulation in SeaQuantum Classic S, combined with a premium, broad-spectrum biocide package, delivers highly reliable long-term fouling protection and energy efficiency of the hull with a consistent 30 idle day ability. SeaQuantum Classic S complies with the IMO Antifouling System Convention (AFS/CONF/26) and does not contain tributyltin (TBT) or cybutryne. SeaQuantum is a global leader in silyl-based anti-fouling coatings and is the market leader in verifiable speed-loss performance. The SeaQuantum brand has been the choice for over 16,000 vessel applications over the last two decades. *Average in-service speed deviation over 60 months docking interval based on ISO 19030 measurement methods. Fuel saving estimates are compared with market average speed loss of 5.9% and a 1:3 power to speed ratio. Key features Verifiable 2.5% speed loss Up to 10.2% fuel savings For medium-activity trade 30 idle days protection Broad-spectrum premium biocide package 90-month extended docking interval Technical details Product Categories Fouling protection Self-polishing antifoulings Technology Silyl acrylate antifouling Substrate Coated surfaces


*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.