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Ship insulation coating Mascoat Marine-DTM

ship insulation coating
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Mascoat Marine-DTM is a composite ceramic insulating coating that is exclusively designed for thermal insulating and anti condensation protection for the harsh marine environment. Mascoat Marine-DTM insulating coating is a water-based, one-part coating comprised of air filled ceramic and silica beads held in suspension by an acrylic binder. It applies like paint and is maintenance-free, providing thermal insulating and anti-condensation capabilities for shipboard construction. Currently, Mascoat Marine-DTM insulating coating is in use on over 1500 marine vessels from Alaska to Antarctica. This coating can replaced most blanket and foam insulation products, resulting in substantial reduction of weight and keeping the vessel within the new stringent marine codes and classifications. The coating employs the best water-based coating technology and contains no harmful elements. Unlike other insulation methods, Mascoat Marine-DTM bonds directly to the substrate or primer, leaving no room for corrosion to take hold. Direct bonding gives the coating the ability to insulate your vessel without degradation of the substrate for many years to come. By using Mascoat Marine-DTM coating system, you can rest assured that your vessel is protected and that the interior accommodations will be comfortable. Users of Mascoat Marine-DTM have found that the coating replaces most conventional insulation methods. While yielding the same insulation capabilities, installing costing drastically less. Many vessel owners have saved up to 50% on total installed costs over conventional insulation.
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