Responding to increasing demands for innovative coating solutions, Hempel’s new state-of-the-art production facilities in Zhangjiagang substantially enhance capacity to better serve Marine, Energy and Infrastructure customers.
Selektope keeps hull of world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship barnacle-free despite 22-months stationary in biofouling hotspots
Arctia’s multipurpose icebreaker gets a fresh coat of durable paint
The challenges presented in the inspection of a flare knock-out drum on an offshore platform, including the advantages and practicalities of employing robotic inspection in the role
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Choosing paint for metal in a fast-paced, extra slip, high temperature environment
AkzoNobel says it will help shipowners save $100k a year from the new EU carbon levy
After the Pittsburgh Bridge collapse, should uncoated corten steel be coated anyway, asks Carboline.
A study commissioned by the Water Jetting Association (WJA) into the management of high-pressure fluid injection injuries has become one of the most important research papers on the topic in the world
Identifying paints and coatings that offer next-level protection for important transformer metal components
A Paint Research Association (PRA) project involved identifying the best performing dispersant for a ‘high colour’ carbon black pigment, out of three potential candidates
Christina Nørhave Kjær, Kim Flugt Sørensen, Marcus Tullberg and Stefan Møller Olsen from Hempel, R&D explore hull coating roughness and the impact on fuel efficiency
Joanna van Helmond, Global Product Manager Antifouling, PPG Protective and Marine Coatings investigates fouling release coatings and why the use of friction coefficient is the optimal way to measure the hull surface impact on drag reduction.