antifouling paint


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a paint used to protect against the accumulation of barnacles etc

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A self-polishing copolymer (SPC) antifouling paint will release biocide at a nearly constant rate throughout its life.
(6.) Kiil, S, Weinell, CE, Pedersen, MS, Dam-Johansen, K, "Mathematical Modelling of Self-Polishing Antifouling Paint Exposed to Seawater: A Parameter Study." IChemE, 80 45-52 (2002)
One such example is Washington state, which has enacted a ban on antifouling paints that contain more than 0.5% copper for recreational boats, effective January 1, 2020.
(20.) Kill, S, Weinell, CE, Yebra, DM, Dam-Johansen, K, "Marine Biofouling Protection: Design of Controlled Release Antifouling Paints." In: Ng, KM, Gani.
The most contemporary antifouling paints used in SIYB, including both epoxy and ablative systems, were evaluated, and in situ loading factors, including initial exposure, passive leaching, and surface refreshment were measured, according to Earley.
Almost all of the coatings were more active than the commercial antifouling paint. The NUDMB50-11 extract was active against the strain before incorporation into the paint base.
Jerry Brown signed into law AB 425, Antifouling Paint Registration and Mitigation.
On October 5, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law California AB 425, Antifouling Paint Registration and Mitigation.
California Senate Bill 623 proposed to ban the use of copper in antifouling paint for use on pleasure craft.
The American Coatings Association (ACA) and its California Paint Council (CPC) have taken a support position on California AB 425, a measure that addresses antifouling paint registration and mitigation measures.
Under terms of the agreement, Jotun will supply its Hull Performance Solution range, including SeaQuantum X200 antifouling paint, and a High Performance Guarantee, to a number of vessels scheduled for drydock in 2012 and 2013.
The bill's language proposes that no later than February 1, 2014, California's Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) shall evaluate whether to register copper-based antifouling paint, and make recommendations for appropriate mitigation measures that may be implemented to address the protections of aquatic environments from the effects of exposure to that paint if it is registered as a pesticide.
In October 2008 Jotun launched SeaMate, a new silyl acrylate antifouling paint based on the technology and experience we have with our SeaQuantum.