Rawlins Paints stock a range of marine paint topcoats for application to the majority of primed areas on a boat above and below the water line. Coatings are available featuring a wide colour range in high gloss finishes, provided by Jotun, Sherwin-Williams, International and Teamac, leading trade manufacturers of marine paints.
Marine paint topcoats last longer than most topcoats due to them being specifically developed for tough environments where contact with water, salt spray and year-round weather is expected. Although their primary function is to protect and decorate boats, they are extremely effective when used in other areas on suitably primed timber, metal and GRP.
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Teamac Marine Gloss is a high end marine coating with excellent opacity and high gloss finish, suitable for all general marine areas above the waterline; bridge...
A high performance 2 pack top coat for excellent protection and durability for wood, metal and GRP surfaces and is designed to be used as a marine coating in...
Teamac Teamalak Yacht Varnish is an extremely high gloss varnish and a marine grade coating for use on all wood surfaces where a high gloss, UV resistant finish...
Jotun Spontan Varnish is a clear, one component oxidatively drying urethane modified alkyd coating with a gloss finish that has good gloss retention. To be used...
Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy L524 (formerly known as Epigrip L524) is a high build 2-pack modified epoxy coating to provide a hard wearing abrasion resistant...
Marine paint topcoats are available as part of a full system installation on coastal and offshore structures and vessels, including:
- Oil exploration and drilling vessels
- Offshore support vessels
- Offshore production vessels
- Construction and special purpose vessels
- Drill ships
- Jack-up vessels
- Semi-submersible vessels and platforms
- Offshore barges
- Floating platforms
- Fixed platforms
- Anchor handling tug vessels (AHTV)
- Seismic vessels
- Platform supply vessels (PSVs)
- Well-intervention vessels
- Accommodation ships
- Floating production storage and offloading (FPSO)
- Single point anchor reservoir (SPAR) platforms
- Shuttle tankers
- Tension leg platforms (TLP)
- Diving support vessels
- Crane vessels
- Pipe laying vessels
- Compliant towers
- Tension-leg platforms
- Spar platforms
- Normally unmanned installations (NUI)
- Conductor support systems
As well as for canal, river, sea and ocean vehicles and vessels:
Along with marine topcoats for submerged materials and substrates, Rawlins Paints also distribute an extensive range of industrial metal paint systems for power plants and chemical processing facilities which may require specialist tank and pipe lining coatings for water-cooling infrastructures.
Coastal areas, including shipping docks and ports, often require coating systems that can withstand excessive environmental changes for transportation of goods around the world, on vessels included, but not limited to:
- General cargo vessels
- Container ships
- Dry bulk carriers
- Multi-purpose vessels
- Reefer ships
Cargo holds are often subjected to the harshest operating environments, and without specific and successfully installed marine paint systems – primers, undercoats and topcoats – can be subject to impact and abrasion damage, or mechanical damage or failure, from the loading and carriage of dry cargoes across Europe or further afield. As faster loading techniques and equipment is utilised in major ports around the UK and Ireland, installing the correct coating system is imperative to minimising damage, attaining colour retention on all branded surfaces, and protecting surfaces and materials against UV damage and discolouration, salt-water and sea-spray, and more.
Please contact Rawlins Paints’ Technical Support Team for more information about product ranges, including:
- International Paints’
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- Jotun Paints’
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To protect vessels, vehicles, offshore structures and cargo holdings, buy marine coat systems from Rawlins Paints. For additional maintenance and post-repair work redecoration and refurbishment work on metals, GRP, wood and other applicable substrates and materials, use a marine paint topcoat that is compatible and continues the surface protection being delivered by any undercoat system.