Do you want to enjoy your yacht without it being blackened by exhaust smoke ?
Exit the hull and stern blackened by exhaust fumes, exit the time wasted trying to clean with aggressive chemicals that damage the paint or gelcoat and pollute !
Sio Protect brings you the solution with this new self-cleaning treatment "EXHAUST" specially formulated for the hull and the stern of yachts with exhaust smoke problems.
Due to its hydrophilic and photocatalytic characteristics, this treatment breaks down and degrades pollutants under the action of UV rays and is naturally eliminated by the decomposition into water vapor (H2O) and carbon dioxide (CO2), thus contributing to the cleaning of the surface. Once applied, the treated surfaces remain clean for a long time.
At Sio Protect we develop products in response to our customers feedback. A common issue for many yachts is diesel exhaust adhering to the transom or hull areas. This combination of diesel fuel and carbon black is sticky by nature, it adhere to any surface, even those coated with a ceramic coating. Granted, it is easier to remove from a ceramic coating than gel coat, paint or wax. Problem is, in order to remove it, most owners or crew use harsh chemicals ultimately damaging the surface and/or the ceramic coating.
EXHAUST SMOKE PROTECTION BENEFITS :
WHAT IS PHOTOCATALYSIS ?
Photocatalysis allows the decomposition and degradation of pollutants under the action of UV rays. It helps to destroy volatile compounds, pollutants and micro-organisms.
WHAT IS AN HYDROPHILIC SURFACE ?
A hydrophilic surface (hydro "water", and philic "like") is a surface with an affinity for water. Water spreads and forms a film on the treated surface.
These two characteristics, photocatalysis and hydrophilicity, allow surfaces to remain clean for longer periods of time due to this "self-cleaning" effect.
The "Exhaust" treatment is made from natural products that do not pollute and respect the environment, marine life and contribute to the depollution.
30 DAYS OF EXHAUST EMISSIONS ON THIS TEST PATCH