MN100: Mascoat

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The Company:

Mascoat was founded in 1995 to provide a thermal barrier solution that has revolutionized how many vessel and ship manufacturers prevent condensation, radiant heat gain, and unwanted vibration. The company strived to independently validate the coatings’ abilities so that potential customers would have confidence in choosing a relatively new technology. Mascoat’s coatings are now widely accepted as a viable alternative to conventional thermal barrier and sound control methods in many areas of a vessel. Mascoat is currently offered in over 70 countries around the world. Mascoat provides coatings that protect industrial, commercial, marine, and automotive substrates around the world. Mascoat does not produce a “one-size-fits-all” coating, but instead engineers and manufactures a product line that fulfills market-specific needs. Today, the firm has 45 employees.
The Case:
With 20 years in the business, Mascoat is the sole manufacturer of its products. The company has more marine approvals than any other company in the field of thermal barrier, anti-condensation and sound damping coatings. As a solutions provider, the unique combination of Mascoat’s technology, application history, and extensive testing provides the best coatings available for thermal protection, condensation protection, and sound control. The Mascoat proprietary blend allows for dramatic sound reduction of 12-15 dB with only 2.0 mm applied. Vessel owners all report dramatic reduction of structure-borne sound after application. Both coatings have obtained major approval societies to include USCG, ABS, DNV, RINA, NK and Lloyds Register under IMO rulings.
4310 Campbell Rd
Houston, TX  77041
Telephone: (713) 465-0304
CEO/President: George More
(As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News)
Marine News Magazine, page 73,  Aug 2016

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