Chlorinated rubber antifouling paint is a long-lasting ship bottom antifouling paint formulated with chlorinated rubber, plasticizer as the base material, cuprous oxide as poisonous material and exudation aid.
Chlorinated rubber antifouling paint can prevent marine attached organisms from fouling the bottom of the ship and keep the bottom of the ship clean. The paint dries quickly, is easy to apply, and has good seawater impact resistance.
Chlorinated rubber antifouling paint is suitable for marine facilities such as ship bottoms, docks, and offshore drilling platforms to prevent marine attached organisms from fouling for a long time.
Long-term antifouling coatings. Effectively protect ship bottom against marine growths such as barnacle, oyster, bryozoans and algae.
Quick dry in a low temperature, high durability in ordinary fouling conditions and good workability.
Excellent compatibility with chlorinated rubber primer
Dry Film Thickness
75μm per coat
Coverage Rate (Theoretical)
Dry to touch
Antifouling paints have been the most effective and also a widely employed method for preventing fouling of underwater portion of ships. These paints are applied over anticorrosive coatings to remain in contact with seawater. The antifouling paints contain toxic material(s) which are constantly released from the surface of the film into the seawater at a controlled rate inhibiting the growth of fouling organisms. Chlorinated rubber antifouling formulations utilize cuprous oxide as the main toxic agent. It prevents fouling for periods of about 15-18 months even in Indian waters where fouling is more intense and occurs throughout the year.