Running a Tight Ship: UHP Waterjetting and Surface-Tolerant Coatings in Newbuilding Applications

From JPCL, July 2015

by Nuno Cipriano, Ultrablast Lassarat Ltd., Brazil

This article describes how these combined technologies in newbuilding projects can provide benefits such as a cleaner shipyard, no abrasive material to dispose of, less cost and the ability to carry out simultaneous operations without dependency on ambient conditions....
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Tagged categories: Marine Coatings; Newbuilding (marine); Shipyards; Shop-applied coatings; Surface preparation; Surface Preparation; Surface profile; Surface-tolerant coatings; UHP waterjetting; Waterjetting

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