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Self polishing copolymer A/F

Now a family with one to fit your operation and cut your costs •

The monitored performance of antifoulings by

International Dataplan has clearly shown that no single product can meet the needs of every ship operator.

International Paint's unique experience in marine biology, copolymer technology, hull roughness, ship performance and ship operating costs, has brought a new dimension to the economics of ship operation—the Intersmooth SPC family.

Engineered for general trading and in-service periods of up to 30 months.

Combines predictable fouling control with maximum fuel savings through hull smoothing.

Designed for the most severe fouling conditions and low activity vessels.

Offers maximum fouling protection plus the same fuel-saving benefits as

Intersmooth SPC 4.

Slow polishing base coat to an

Intersmooth SPC 4 or Intersmooth SPC 9 system. Extends in-service performance to 36 months. Or for use where accelerated polishing could occur.

International Paint

Marine Coatings

Protects 30% of world shipping

Corporate Headquarters

P.O. Box 386

Union, NJ 07083 (201)686-1300

October 1, 1981 Write 495 on Reader Service Card 47

Maritime Reporter

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