Seacork Hull, when sprayed on the inside walls, eliminates condensation and provides a high degree of thermal and acoustic insulation in the cabin. Moreover, it takes up far less space than ordinary insulation (which is far less efficient). Seacork Hull is sometimes used on decks as an alternative to anti-slip paint but Seacork Deck (cork sheets) are a much better choice.
In so doing, Seacork Hull eliminates condensation. This greatly reduces dampness inside the boat. It provides considerable acoustic damping too.
Seacork Hull has an insulating effect but it provides only limited insulation. You can cover the cork (or not) with an insulating material to have much better control of the temperature inside.
Any insulating material will be better than none. Expanded cork will give the best results. We have special adhesives for this purpose.
Putting insolation on top of Seacork Hull, if only to restore structural volume, should be done before applying any decorative wall covering.
WEAR AND TEAR
If there is a vairage, scratches can leave traces on the cork granules. You can cover them with acrylic paint.
VALUE FOR MONEY
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Seacork Hull contains a much higher concentration of resin that any similar product in today’s market. This ensures the highest possible guarantee against peeling regardless of the surface on which it is sprayed.
Seacork Hull is made mostly from recycled materials of which wine bottle corks represent a very large part. Different tests show that it meets current standards for waterproofing, microfissures, and so forth. The results of these tests are published on line.
Seacork Hull is produced without solvants. This improves the air quality inside the cabin and fulfils all current norms for volatile organic compounds.
You have to apply at least two or three coats of Seacork Hull to obtain a good result and ensure an effective break in the thermal bridge.
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