Antifouling coatings applied to the surface of vessels and marine structures to prevent the growth of algae, moss and other sticky marine organisms. These coatings have a special technology that mainly includes a specialized resin and bioside, which over time and in contact with seawater are released from the coating and prevent the growth of microorganisms for submerged areas.

Primers are a group of protective coatings that are applied directly to the substrate (steel, concrete, etc.). These paints are mainly used to provide corrosion-protection for steel structures with various mechanisms such as barrier or cathodic protection.

These products are beauty and available in a high variety of shades. Polyurethane paints are also UV resistant. On the other hand, alkyd  paints are a good choice for touch-up in limited areas due to their ease of application and being one-component.

These are paints used  for Touch-Up and on board maintenance (OBM). These paints can be easily applied with a brush or roller.

These coatings are based on silicone resin which makes the coating resistant to heat much higher than other usual coatings.

These coatings are applied  between the primer and final coat and perform a variety of functions, including good adhesion between the primer and topcoat.

Paints that are used for protecting of ballast tanks in vessels from corrosion and also solvent-free coatings for potable water tanks are the most commen examples for this purpose.

These paints have good corrosion & abrasion resistance. They also have good  UV resistance and are used for painting the decks of vessels.