In the development of antifoul products worldwide, Japanese technology is undisputed and with the resource of parent company Chugoku Marine Paints Ltd. behind the brand; SEAJET products represent cutting-edge technology to improve the appearance and the performance of your boat.
Maximum time to immersion is 6 months after application for all Seajet antifouling.
Antifouling paint is applied below the waterline. The paint will keep microorganisms from attaching to the hull, which will leave no marine growth on your boat. If you are looking to protect your boat against these microorganisms, Seajet Antifouling paint is the solution.
Why antifouling paint?
Most boats are treated with antifouling paint. It has several advantages over other painting jobs. The antifouling paint prevents:
External growth of these organisms will cause resistance, which leads to a decrease of speed.
Extra resistance causes your boat to burn extra fuel to reach the same speed.
Sustainable Seajet antifouling
Japan has a prominent role in developing high-quality antifouling paint. Modern technology is used by Chugoku Marine Paints to offer you high-end Seajet products. They will improve the look and feel, as well as the performance of your boat.
How to apply the antifouling paint
To apply the antifouling paint, it is best to use a paint roller. Some spots are harder to reach for the paint roller. To reach them, you can use a brush instead. Rollers made of lambswool will retain the most paint. Also, they are easy to cover big surfaces fast. If you are using a roller, make sure to apply the paint in cross pattern. This way, the paint will be spread evenly.
Anticipation of antifouling paint
The amount of paint and which kind is needed to cover your boat, depends on the size and materials. To calculate how much Seajet antifouling paint you need, you can use our fast and easy to use paint calculator.