About Propeller Coat
Made In Japan since 1917 from One of the World's largest and most respected paint companies.
Propeller Coat is non-biocidal foul release coating which prevents sealife adhering to it with its extra slippery silicon top coat.
Propeller Coat IS SUITABLE FOR APPLICATION TO ALL UNDERWATER METALLIC RUNNING GEAR On Stainless, Alloy (Complete Stern Legs), Bronze
- Trim tabs
- Propeller shafts
- Prop struts
- Bow & stern thrusters, underwater lights, transducers etc
Propeller Coat is sold as a DIY box, 3 sizes available 200Ml, 500Ml & 1.5 Litre, complete with brushes, gloves and instructions.
Propeller Coat Product Information
The marine environment is a tough test for paint, varnish and anti-foul coatings and gives no quarter to poor quality products. Only the best products will keep top-sides bright and the underneath clean from fouling.
Propeller Coat leisure products are made by a major Japanese company listed on the Japanese Nikkei stock market index and one of world’s oldest and most respected manufacturers of marine paint and anti-foul products for the commercial marine and container industry. They have been manufacturing paint and anti-foul for over 90 years and have a presence in over forty countries worldwide. Over a fifth of the world's commercial shipping fleets rely upon CMP for reliable protection at competitive prices.
Propeller Coat is designed to provide ultimate protection against the harmful effect of weed, barnacles, and fouling attaching itself to boat propellers, engines and stern gear. Propeller Coat is for use on bronze, aluminum or plastic surfaces and for all types of sailing and motor boats, is a completely safe eco-friendly product.
Propeller Coat is a transparent silicon based product, resulting in an ultra slippery, non-stick surface, which weed and fouling find difficult to adhere to. Propeller Coat is referred to as a “foul-release” coating, which means that after the initial application, fouling may loosely attach, but is easily and quickly removed by the result of water movement across the treated surface, or by the action of the prop as it turns within the water. Any other treated areas, such as outboard or inboard engines can be washed down with water or by water blasting, to dislodge any loose fouling attachments.