Professional vessel antifouling coating SeaMate M
for merchant shipsself-polishingmulti-use

professional vessel antifouling coating
professional vessel antifouling coating
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Characteristics

Market
professional vessel, for merchant ships
Type
self-polishing
Formulated for
multi-use

Description

SeaMate M is based on a patented one-component hydrolysing silyl acrylate binder system, which provides both excellent fouling protection and good hull performance with reduced leach layer thickness and verifiable speed loss of 4.0% across all vessel types in global and coastal trade. This can reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions by up to 5.7% and enables low frictional resistance on the underwater hull providing successful, reliable and long-lasting protection, helping customers to maintain speed and schedule with an extended docking interval of up to 90 months. It is only recommended for underwater hull applications in drydockings. The trusted silyl formulation in SeaMate M, combined with an optimal, triple biocide package, delivers reliable long-term fouling protection and energy efficiency of the hull with a consistent 21 idle day ability. SeaMate M is tributyltin-free and cybutryne free and complies with the IMO Antifouling System Convention (AFS/CONF/26). SeaMate has been the trusted brand in the silyl range of anti-fouling coatings and has been a choice for over 9,000 applications over the last decade. Key features Estimated average 4.0% speed loss Up to 5.7% fuel savings Suitable for broad range of activity Consistent 21 idle day protection Optimal triple biocide package Tailor-made for drydockings Up to 90-month drydocking intervals Technical details Product Categories Fouling protection Self-polishing antifoulings Technology Silyl acrylate antifouling Substrate Coated surfaces

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