THE MOST COMPLETE PROTECTIVE COATING FOR THE MARINE INDUSTRY

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NO OTHER COATING SYSTEM COMES CLOSE

Ceramic Pro Marine is the world's first all-inclusive preventative maintenance product line specially designed for professionals. Our specialised application centres enable trained and certified professional installers to apply Ceramic Pro Marine to all surfaces on your boat. Ceramic Pro Marine's cutting-edge protective technology is the common-sense choice in an industry where boat stands for "Bust Out Another Thousand".

Stop spending thousands of pounds on aftercare!

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Ceramic Pro offers protection for both the underwater and above water parts of any boat or yacht. Harsh conditions of the underwater environment are a well-known problem to boat expert and lovers. Ceramic Pro offers protection against the corrosion created by salt water and the fouling on the hull caused by the accumulation of algae and/or shells. Today’s procedures to clean the boats’ hull are exhausting and not very environmentally friendly. Our ceramic coating will make the surface so repellent to the harsh underwater elements that the cleaning process will no longer be a problem. Today, our Ceramic Pro products are protecting boats around world.

With the use of advanced nano-technology, Ceramic Pro delivers a product that will improve your vessels performance while protecting it from the elements. This product cannot be compared to anything currently on the market and has to be placed in its own category. Once the Ceramic Pro marine system has been applied to a surface, the need for waxes and other off-the-shelf protective products becomes obsolete. Ceramic Pro is a clear, non-yellowing, liquid nano-ceramic coating. When cured, this technology will transform itself on the surface to become a rigid, flexible super-slick glass shield, bonding to and protecting the substrate. Ceramic Pro is not chemically removable by high-detergents or acids.

UNMATCHED PROTECTION

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