ANTI FOULING

ANTI FOULING
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RJ ANTI FOULING PAINT, the paint we apply to underwater hulls of iron and wooden ships (boats).

USES :
To anticipate marine organisms originating from plants such as algae, weeds or can originate from animals such as oysters, mussels, clams which often stick to the bottom walls of ships which in turn cause damage to the structure of the object/material itself. For iron, wooden or fiber glass ships, thick fouling can cause damage to the underwater hull and can eventually lead to leaks and overturning of the ship.

TECHNICAL DATA :
Type : rosin and contains anti-fouling pigment
Gloss : slightly glossy
Color : Red
Density : 1.35 – 1.40 Kg / Liter
Theoretical coverage : 6 - 8 m² / liter for a dry layer thickness of 45 microns
Drying speed :
Surface dry : ½ hour – 1 hour (depending on humidity)
Perfect dry : 24 hours
Painting interval : 6 hours ( preferably 1 night to get good results )

HOW TO USE :
Brush or Roller : Dilute 15 - 25 % with synthetic thinner
Ordinary spray equipment : Dilute 20 – 30% with synthetic thinner

SURFACE PREPARATION
WOODEN SHIP

> Treatment : Sandblasting
1. Primer : Pretreatment metal coating (2X)
2. Intermediate : Anti-corrosive metal coating (2X)
3. Topcoat : Anti-fouling coating ( 2X )
MODERN SHIP WITH METAL WALLS
> Treatment : Cleaning & sanding
1. Primer : Red lead primer coat ( 3X )
2. Intermediate : -
3. Top coat : Anti-fouling coat ( 3X )

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