The structural body (or shell) of the ship, responsible for buoyancy.
Intersleek®1001 is our latest fouling control with Lanion technology, incorporating bio-renewable raw material. It is exceptionally smooth with very low levels of average hull roughness. This, combined with excellent resistance to fouling, means that all vessels can benefit from this latest fouling control technology.
A high solids, high performance, TBT free, copper free, low friction, self polishing Copolymer (SPC) antifouling with patented copper acrylate technology. Particularly suitable for fouling protection under static conditions and in service trading.
Copper Free, Low Friction, Self-Polishing Copolymer Antifouling
A low VOC, two component high build, high solids surface tolerant epoxy maintenance coating.
A high volume solids, light coloured, aluminium pure epoxy universal primer with good corrosion protection, abrasion resistance and low temperature application capability
A high performance Self-Polishing Copolymer (SPC) antifouling coating, Intersmooth 7476Si SPC is proven to deliver 1.4% speed loss over the docking cycle.
It delivers guaranteed fuel savings using next generation silyl methacrylate polymer technology with an enhanced biocide package when compared to other products.
Intersmooth 7476Si SPC is supported by the long term customer trust of International combined with proven antifouling performance, which contributes to a reduction in vessel operational and maintenance costs to improve the profitability of your fleet when in-service.
A TBT free controlled depletion polymer (CDP) antifouling which releases biocide at a controlled, consistent rate continuously allowing a fresh active antifouling surface; Interspeed 6345 provides up to 24 months in-service period with optimum antifouling performance for selected vessel types in seawater, brackish, and freshwater conditions in local coastal trades. With proven CDP technology, Interspeed 6345 possesses a surface tolerance in durable films, providing not only surface preparation cost savings, but also optimum endurance of mechanical damages in coastal ships e.g., tugs and barges, which are frequently alongside at quayside or other ships.
The ship's area which includes the topsides, boott...
The compartment within the vessel that holds drink...
Crew accomodation and permanent structure above th...
The horizontal structure covering the hull of the ...