Teamac Protector II Antifouling
Teamac Protector II Antifouling contains cuprous oxide to give good antifouling performance. Designed for vessels with a max speed of 25 to 30 knots. Expected functional life of the coating is 12 to 18 months. Used as an antifouling for the underwater areas of vessels or underwater structures. Suitable for domestic and commercial vessels with steel, wood, ferro concrete or GRP hulls.
Teamac Protector II Antifouling contains cuprous oxide to give good antifouling performance. Designed for vessels with a max speed of 25 to 30 knots. Expected functional life of the coating is 12 to 18 months.
Teamac Protector II Antifouling is used as an antifouling for the underwater areas of vessels or underwater structures. Suitable for domestic and commercial vessels with steel, wood, ferro concrete or GRP hulls.
Teamac Protector II Antifouling is a cruiser grade eroding antifouling offering competitive performance for 12 months, at a good price. Ideal for brackish and freshwater use.
Applying your antifoul yourself can save a lot of money, and also gives you the chance to get up close and personal to have a close look at the condition of the hull. Please visit www.safeantifouling.com created by the BCF (British Coatings Federation) to learn more about how to keep yourself and the environment safe when applying antifouling.
New steel: Abrasive blast clean to Sa2½ and apply Teamac Metaclor Underwater CR Primer. If applying onto shop-primed steel ensure that surface is dry and clean, and areas of damaged primer are suitably cleaned prior to the application of the Teamac Metaclor Underwater CR Primer.
Maintenance: Remove all loose and damaged existing coating, and all marine growth. High pressure wash with fresh water. Areas of breakdown should be blasted or power tool cleaned. Touch up with Teamac Metaclor Underwater CR Primer to the full existing film thickness. Prior to the application of the full coat ensure that surface is clean and free of all contaminates.
As dictated by normal good painting practice. Care must be taken during application that the temperature is above the dew point to avoid any contamination. It may be necessary to apply Teamac Protector II Antifouling in a number of coats to achieve the specified film thickness.
Users must comply fully with all their legal responsibilities under the Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986 (as amended), including complying with all conditions of approval.
Launch time after painting - minimum 8 hours, maximum 3 months if shrouded from direct sunlight.
Minimum 2 coats.
Please note that application by spray is for professional users only.
H.S.E. Approval No. 8375
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|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Dave Mortlock on 06/08/2018|
Hi ,could you tell me is your teamac protector antifoul paint suitable to overcoat international cruiser uno antifoul. Thanks
Yes, Teamac Protector Antifouling can be applied directly to International Cruiser Uno, 2 coats are preferred.
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