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ArmaCoatings' products are used in numerous marine-related applications, providing skid-resistance, protection from chemical spills, dents and scratches, waterproofing, improving appearance, and increasing the value and service life of all types of vessels.

Boat Hulls: ArmaCoatings provides a lightweight yet extremely hard, durable coating for aluminum, fiberglass and wooden boats. It sets quickly and allows you to hit the water in 2-3 days. It withstands the torture of remote, unimproved launch areas, hidden water hazards like rocks, logs and branches, and a variety of beaching environments. Use it as a keel guard or full bottom protection to prolong the life and beauty of your boat.

  • Improved Maneuverability: It's silky smooth finish makes boats more responsive and easier to handle, with only a slight increase in your boat's weight.
  • Sound Dampening: Enjoy a quieter ride on all water conditions.
  • Permanent Adhesion: Unlike Glove-it and other painted on products, an ArmaCoatings boat bottom does not become brittle, so it won't crack, peel or chip off.
  • Abrasion Resistant: This seamless, slick, impact-resistant surface provides exceptional abrasion and chemical resistance.

Boat Decks, Steps, Ramps and Cabin Floors: ArmaCoatings' products are flexible yet tough, providing a waterproof membrane resistant to dents, scratches and chemical damage from gasoline, oil and salt water, while also providing skid resistance when impregnated with silica.

Boat Trailers: ArmaCoatings offers the best spray-on protection you can get for your trailer. It's impact resistant, waterproof, resists chemicals and heavy abrasion will last the life of your trailer, even in the most extreme temperatures and launching conditions.

Flotation Encasement: ArmaCoatings will protect polystyrene foam, the material used for flotation under docks, boathouses, floating homes, buoys and fish nets. Unless covered or encased, foam is degraded by gasoline, water and the burrowing action of marine life. This leads to the slow breakdown of the polystyrene into smaller and smaller pieces which do not decay naturally for reuse by the environment. These tiny pieces cause litter, affecting water quality and appearance, and harm wildlife, since ducks and fish may ingest the foam which they mistake for food.

  • Marine Encapsulation Laws: Many states are currently passing laws that require the encapsulation of polystyrene foam to enhance water quality and protect wildlife.
  • Long-Term Value: The floating structure will last longer and require less maintenance.

ArmaCoatings of Minnesota   *    12510 Fletcher Lane North, Suite J   *    Rogers, Minnesota 55374   *    (763) 420-0233