Interview with Boud Van Rompay at Europort 201712/12/2017
GREEN4SEA Interview with Boud Van Rompay at Europort 2017, November 07 – 10, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. A video of the interview can be found on youtube.
Ecospeed gets contract for RRS Sir David Attenborough10/04/2017
Subsea Industries’ Ecospeed hull protection system has been selected for RRS Sir David Attenborough, the polar research ship under construction at the Cammell Laird shipyard in Birkenhead, Liverpool, UK.
Subsea Industries takes Ecospeed demonstrator vessel on the road23/08/2016
Shipowners, shipbuilders and representatives from the Green Award Foundation attended the first in a series of planned ‘roadshows’ Subsea Industries has initiated to demonstrate the zero environmental impact and simplicity of cleaning hulls protected with its Ecospeed hard coating.
Subsea Industries wins QinetiQ 2014 Maritime Innovation Award08/05/2015
The 2014 Maritime Innovation Award – given jointly by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) and technology-based services and solutions provider QinetiQ – has been presented to Subsea Industries for the product Ecolock.
ECOSHIELD Wins Seatrade 2014 Innovation in Ship Operations Award13/04/2014
The Seatrade 2014 Innovation in Ship Operations Award was won by Subsea Industries for Ecoshield®, ultimate protection from cavitation and corrosion/erosion damage for ship hulls, rudders, and ship underwater running gear.
ECOSHIELD® durable, cavitation-damage-proof rudder protection launched25/08/2013
After more than 10 years of strenuous testing, Subsea Industries, a Hydrex company, has launched the ultimate rudder protection coating, Ecoshield, for permanent protection against cavitation damage for rudders. The glassflake reinforced coating protects the rudder for the service life of the ship without need for recoating or major repair and comes with a ten-year guarantee. Ecoshield is also suitable for bulbous bow, stabilizer fins, thruster nozzles and other underwater ship gear which needs special protection from corrosion.
Boud Van Rompay opens Biofouling and Invasive Species session at World Ocean Council Sustainable Oceans Summit 2013, Washington, D.C.22/04/2013
Boud Van Rompay opened the Biofouling and Invasive Species session of the World Ocean Council's Sustainable Shipping Summit 2013 on Tuesday April 23rd, 2013, in Washington, DC. with a presentation entitled "Biofouling: What the Science and Data Tell Us About Solutions."
New book by Boud Van Rompay: ‘Surface Treated Composites WHITE BOOK’10/11/2012
THE Reference on non-toxic ship hull coatings, the "Surface Treated Composites White Book– A proven, non-toxic, cost-effective alternative technology for underwater ship hull protection and biofouling control" by Boud Van Rompay is a must for shipowners and operators as well as anyone interested in the marine environment. Covering all aspects of underwater ship hull coating and maintenance, this book is available now at an introductory price until the end of 2012