SÄKAPHEN®’s high quality coating materials, its application and more than 40 years of experience
in marine cooler coating application will turn this…
…into this in no time with the proven SÄKAPHEN®
re-coating process for used box coolers on-site!
Re-coating in the shipyard!
SÄKAPHEN® supports you when time-efficient on-site box cooler re-coating is required now!
Your coolers: need coating refurbishment
Your vessel: around the globe, near your customer
Your coating: SÄKATONIT® Extra AR-F for onsite application anywhere in the world!
Overall responsibility from a single source!
*Coated Box coolers waiting for being brought back to the vessel
SÄKAPHEN®’s service requires the following steps:
Cleaning and removal of fouling by mechanical cleaning and high pressure washing
In case of strong fouling, chemical cleaning by local company
Surface preparation by grit blasting with light grit
Complete re-coating with usually two layers of SÄKATONIT® Extra AR-F
Mounting of the coolers
SÄKAPHEN® can provide skilled supervision staff where you drydock.
*After blasting during technical
inspection by SÄKAPHEN®
*After application of two
layers of SÄKATONIT® Extra
*After mounting the coated
cooler into the refurbishment
Benefits of original SÄKAPHEN® on site coating technology:
Proven track record: in the last month, almost 60 coolers have been treated in Europe and across the Atlantic with pending projects
Saving time and money: No international logistics to send the coolers to Europe for re-coating
Protection againt galvanic corrosion between ship hull and box cooler
No use of biocidal fillers moving towards Green shipping
Speedy process times depending on facility and coating crew: 22 coolers in 12 days
SÄKAPHEN® SÄKATONIT®Extra AR-F is a superior hydrophobic mechanically durable two-component epoxy-based coating. The coating is solvent free* and cures at ambient temperature. No oven is required. The coating is chemically resistant to all types of water.
SÄKAPHEN®‘s service is applicable for various coolers in gas tankers, cruise ships, trawlers, breakers, offshore supply vessels and off shore structures themselves.