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VC17m Extra With Biolux Antifouling Paint
VC®17m Extra with Biolux® is a thin film antifouling paint for racing sailboats and powerboats that is formulated with Fluoro microadditive to reduce friction and drag. When applied the VC®17m Extra will immediately give a hard, super smooth, racing finish that would normally take days of tiresome sanding. VC®17m Extra incorporates the Biolux® technology along with the metallic copper to achieve complete protection in freshwater or low fouling saltwater. VC®17m Extra is great for use on inflatables.
Thin film antifouling for racing sailboats and powerboats.
With Fluoro microadditive for a low friction surface.
Hard, smooth surface for use in fresh and low fouling salt water.
Great for use on Inflatables.
Quick drying for fast re-launch.
Below the waterline
GRP/FRP Lead Steel Wood Carbon Fibre Cast Iron
Suitable for Aluminum:
Suitable for High Fouling Areas:
Number of Coats:
Airless Spray Roller
Recommended No. of Coats
Practical Coverage (sq. ft/Gal)
Below Water Systems: One-Part Products
These systems provide a good level of protection.
How Much AntiFouling Paint Do I Need?
Determining how much antifouling you will need is fairly simple. You can calculate the area to paint by multiplying the length of your hull (LOA) by the beam and multiply by 0.85 (LOA x B x 0.85 = Area). Then divide the area by the coverage of the paint you've chosen to determine how many quarts per coat you will need.
Refer to the reference chart below for another quick estimate of how much antifouling paint is required for two coats.