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Transocean Optima Antifouling 2.30

A tinfree, conventional antifouling pigmented with cuprousoxide for the protection against fouling for periods up to 8 months depending on area and conditions. The product can be applied on all Transocean anticorrosive systems.

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Transocean Optima Antifouling 2.32

A tinfree, conventional antifouling pigmented with cuprousoxide for the protection against fouling for periods up to 12 months depending on area and conditions. The product can be applied on all Transocean anticorrosive systems.

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Kossan Longlife Antifouling KCL-09 Series

A high strength antifouling pigmented with a balanced combination of biocides to give protection against fouling for periods up to 24 months in areas with moderate to high fouling pressure. The product can be applied on all Transocean anticorrosive systems and can be used to upgrade existing conventional Antifouling systems.

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Transocean Masterline 2.81

A selfpolishing antifouling based on a biocidal, Drag Reducing Polymer (DRP) and pigmented with an organic biocide. The hydrolyzing binder results in a constant renewal of the antifoulings surface. The product provides efficient control of fouling and can be recoated with itself after service life. Since the product does not contain cuprousoxide it is especially suitable for aluminium vessels.

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Transocean Masterline Antifouling 2.82

A selfpolishing antifouling based on a biocidal, Drag Reducing Polymer (DRP) and pigmented with cuprousoxide. The hydrolyzing binder results in a constant renewal of the antifoulings surface. The product provides efficient control of fouling and can be recoated with itself after service life. The product is especially suitable for vessels sailing at medium speed.

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Transocean Cleanship Antifouling 2.91

A tinfree polishing antifouling based on specially developed mixture of polymers and pigmented with a combination of biocides. The surface is self-abrasive by a careful adjusted balance of hydrophobic and hydrophilic binders. This mechanism enables leaching control and allows easy recoating after service life. The product is suitable for upgrading existing longlife systems.

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Transocean Cleanship Antifouling 2.92

A tinfree polishing antifouling based on specially developed mixture of polymers and pigmented with a combination of biocides. The surface is self-abrasive by a careful adjusted balance of hydrophobic and hydrophilic binders. This mechanism enables leaching control and allows easy recoating after service life. Since the product does not contain cuprousoxide it is especially suitable for aluminium vessels.

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Transocean Cleanship Antifouling 2.95

A tinfree polishing antifouling based on specially developed mixture of polymers and pigmented with a combination of biocides. The surface is self-abrasive by a careful adjusted balance of hydrophobic and hydrophilic binders. This mechanism enables leaching control and allows easy recoating after service life. The product is suitable for vessels trading in coastal and tropical waters.

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Antifouling Paint – The Innovation of Transocean Paint Technology

Antifouling paint is a special coating that usually applied to the hull and propellers of a marine craft. The coating is designed to release biocides, which is a kind of toxins to slow down the development of marine organisms such as algae, slime, mossy weed and barnacles. It is also known as the Transocean paint in Malaysia.

Antifouling boat paint serves two main purposes when applied on the metal hulls; it prevents corrosion as well as prevent the settling and growth of the microscopic marine organisms and plants on the hull.

Basically, the corrosion and fouling are interrelated in that poor corrosion resistance that could lead to the disruption of the paint film and the loss of anti-fouling properties. The poor fouling resistance also could lead to abrasion due to the barnacles cutting their way to the substrate and disrupt the film.

The four basic ingredients of Transocean Antifouling Paint are:

Types of Antifouling Boat Paint

1.      Hard Matrix Fouling

The high-level coating of insoluble resin makes it hard and effective in preventing erosion. The resins are packed with active ingredients, and the particles are so close that as one dissolves the nest is exposed. The high durability and strength make these antifouling extremely ideal for high-power boats, racing yacht and mud-berthed vessels.

  • High resistance to abrasion, beaching, sand or transport over trailer.
  • Solid and super durable throughout the season.
  • Highly resistant to polishing and scratching.
  • Recommended for areas with tide or long-crossing boats.

2.      Self-Polishing Antifouling

This type of antifouling partially a resin of active substances that discourage fouling. Moreover, the paint film will wear out once it is in the water due to the water friction on the hull. The resin will break down in a controlled way, while continually exposing the fresh biocide layers. This would give a constant performance throughout the season with a smooth finishing to the hull and reduce the build-up of old antifouling.

  • Easy maintenance with minimum preparation of time.
  • Controlled the release of active substance.
  • Work gradually throughout the season
  • Polished itself with friction of water.