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Navilux 1300

A tinfree, self-polishing antifouling based on specially developed mixture of polymers and pigmented with a combination of biocides. Suitable for medium speed vessels.

A long-life, self-polishing, antifouling coating designed for use in vessels with medium speed service requiring extended docking intervals. Navilux 1300 can be used for new vessels as well as upgrading existing long-life systems. Especially designed with a controlled erosion rate to achieve a highly effective long-life protection against marine fouling by controlled release of active biocides. Its self-polishing nature also results in smooth surfaces, hence reducing overall hull roughness, which improves fuel consumption. It is recognised by Llyod’s Register of Shipping as a TBT-Free Anti-fouling Paint compliant with MO International Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-fouling Systems on Ships.

Features

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Long Life Anti-Fouling performanceSelf - Polishing FinishTin-Free product
Finishes -Low Sheen

Surface preparation

Steel (new construction)

• Navilux 1300 must be applied to steel that has been abrasive blasted and suitably primed.

• The steel must be abrasive blast cleaned to a minimum standard of Sa2½ (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. An average surface profile of 50 microns is acceptable, but this

average should not exceed 75 microns.

• Apply a suitable primer, e.g. Epilux 610 immediately after blasting to prevent oxidation and recontamination of the steel surface. In case of oxidation or recontamination, re-blast to the required standard.

• Then complete the specified coating system by applying the subsequent coats, making sure that the specified over coating times of each coat have not been exceeded.

• Ensure that the surface to be over-coated is clean, dry, and free from dust, grease and oil, or any other surface contaminants.

Maintenance (Over existing self-polishing anti-fouling)

• The surface to be coated must be dry and free from fouling, salts & other contaminants.

• Remove salts & dirt by fresh water washing. Freshwater jet or scrape to remove all accumulated fouling and loose and flaking coatings. Corroded &/or damaged areas should

be repaired first with an appropriate primer system.

 

Applicaton procedure

Stir contents of the can thoroughly before use. Thinning is not usually required. However, if thinning is desired, do not exceed the recommended thinning ratio.

 

Tools you can use

Brush

May be used for difficult shapes or touch up purposes

Airless Spray

Roller

May be used for difficult shapes or touch up purposes

Available Packs


20L

1 Coat
4.08 Sqm/L @ 125 Microns**

Coverage

On well-prepared surfaces, as per the painting system recommended. Please refer to the Product Data Sheet for surface preparation and method of application.

** Actual coverage may vary from the quoted coverage due to factors such as method and condition of application, surface roughness, and porosity.

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