Our partners at DNA Surface Concepts knew that Hull Pro would be a great fit for a 21’ Tidewater that is kept seasonally, pulled out of the water every 3 weeks.
Hull Pro provides added layer of protection from impact damage, and protecting your gel coat paint job from dings and scratches from llifts.
By coating below the water line and including the lower units, Hull Pro can reduce vessel drag and give you better fuel economy and speed!
a great application ensures optimal performance
Applying Hull Pro correctly is paramount to unlocking its full potential and reaping the benefits it offers. The meticulous application of this fouling-release coating ensures uniform coverage, providing a robust shield against marine growth. Proper application guarantees that Hull Pro adheres effectively to the vessel surface, enabling it to flexibly withstand impacts without cracking or chipping.
The correct application process also influences the coating's longevity, ensuring it remains durable and effective over an extended period. In essence, the precision in applying Hull Pro is not merely a procedural step; it is the key to fortifying your vessel against fouling, preserving its longevity, and optimizing its overall performance on the water. The team at DNA are pros!
UNRIVALED UNDERWATER PROTECTION
Coating lower units with Hull Pro extends the formidable protection of this fouling-release coating to a critical and often overlooked area of vessels. Lower units, housing essential components like the propeller and gearbox, are vulnerable to fouling, corrosion, and wear.
Applying Hull Pro to the lower units not only shields them against marine growth but also enhances their resilience to corrosion, ensuring prolonged functionality and performance. This additional layer of protection contributes to the overall efficiency of the vessel, safeguarding crucial components and reducing maintenance efforts over time.