International® Paint launched the first and original silicone based Intersleek® in , available for fast craft. In Intersleek® silicone technology. The first-ever biocide-free fouling control system is launched by International, part of the Akzo Nobel group of companies. Intersleek is especially designed. Intersleek® System Coatings Application Procedures Intersleek and Intersleek Finish, after low pressure fresh water washing to remove.
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Slime begins to cultivate as soon as the 70 enters the water as bacteria populate the substrate and excrete Extracellular Polymeric Substances EPS. The first fouling control coating to use a patented technology that incorporates bio-renewable raw material to deliver enhanced vessel performance throughout the dry-docking cycle.
This research resulted in a new patent for controlling slime on ships’ intersleek and we believe that we now have industry leading insight into slime formation, settlement, release and its impact on vessel operating efficiency. The first free biocide free fouling control coating featuring patented Slime Release technology that combats micro fouling on ships’ hulls, maintaining performance throughout the docking cycle. Speak with one of our intrrsleek to discuss how we can get the best results for your area of application.
Sustainable fouling control with patented Lanion Technology Coating Use of bio-renewable raw material from sheep’s wool in our patented technology allows us to give inttersleek sustainable fouling control at the prices of SPC Technology. Slime composition Slime is a complex, varied and dynamic organism predominantly made up of bacteria and diatoms.
The make-up of marine slime or biofilms is so diverse that samples from one part of a vessel could be completely different to biofilms from a few metres away.
Foul Release Coatings
Benefit from our continuous innovation and scientific expertise. As a result vessels can achieve reduced drag, improved fuel efficiency and reduced CO 2 emissions.
The tailored surface chemistry of intresleek new technology specifically influences and resists the adhesion and settlement of organisms that make up slime colonisation. We have a team of experts who understands your business and objectives.
Slime is a complex, varied and dynamic organism predominantly made up of bacteria and diatoms.
It delivers outstanding macro and micro fouling control with improved static resistance, even in warm waters and is suitable ibtersleek slow steaming. EPS is what makes the surface feel “slimy” to touch.
Our coating advisors all around the world assist you with your technical support and questions. The composition of biofilms, show that they vary by geographic location, time of the year and vessel activity. Unrivalled expertise and experience in foul release coatings With over 17 years experience in foul release coatings we are very much aware of the performance characteristics of the technology on ships in service.
The proof is in the polymer Contact us We are here to help Speak with one of our experts to discuss how we can get the best results for your area of application.
Foul Release Coatings | Marine – Coatings – AkzoNobel
With over 17 years experience in foul release coatings we are very much aware of the performance characteristics of the technology on ships in service. Use of bio-renewable raw material from sheep’s wool in our patented technology allows us to give the sustainable fouling control at the prices of SPC Technology. This, combined with excellent resistance to fouling, means that all vessels can benefit from this latest fouling control technology.
It is exceptionally smooth with very low levels of average hull roughness.
Slime that does build up during static periods is released by the movement of the ship through water. Both products demonstrate the importance of providing choice and diversity to the industry by developing coatings that recognize the differing preferences and operational requirements of ship owners and operators looking to invest in more sustainable hull coatings.