Seajet has 2 options to protect your propeller:
1. Antifouling option: Seajet Triple Pack
2. Foul release option: Seajet PellercleanFind all detailed information
Seajet recommends 4-5 coats of Seajet 117 Primer silver grey.
Every Seajet product has his own unique formulation. Please check the safety data sheet of the relevant product.Material Safety Data Sheet
All Seajet antifoul coatings are suitable for GRP hulls.
If you have an existing coating on your hull you will need to establish the compatibility of the two products. Please check our Antifouling Compatibility Table and follow the instructions.Antifouling Compatibility Table
The maximum immersion time after application is 6 months for all Seajet antifouling except 027, 038 and 040, depending on the storage conditions of your boat. Seajet 027, 038 and 040 have a maximum immersion time of 3 months.
Seajet recommends to wait with immersion at least one day after application.
Please apply another coat of antifouling.
See movie “How to apply”How to apply
Always check if Seajet products you are going to use are compatible and whether they are suitable for what you have in mind.
For antifoulings please see our Antifouling Compatibility Table.
Read carefully the product characteristics and the benefits to decide which product best suits your wishes and preferences.
Seajet 034 and Seajet 035 are recommended for racers as they can be burnished during the season.
Apply during the late morning or early afternoon in calm, dry weather. Check always the weather conditions before painting. Temperature, dew point and humidity will affect your paint job.
Please check the technical data sheets:
Please use our Paint Calculator:Paint Calculator
Please contact one of our distributors. They will advise you the nearest store.Distributors
Thinning can significantly affect the application properties of an antifouling. Seajet recommends no thinning with application by brush or roller.
Please contact one of our distributor nearby.Distributors
Seajet Pellerclean and Seajet Triple pack both can be used for rudders, stern gear and trimtrabs.
Stir well with a powertool or a stirring stick. Stir for a minimum of 5 minutes and add the component B in 2 or 3 times to get a homogeneous paint.