Protects the propeller at its best, is the antifouling that mimics microorganisms


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FastBlades is a marine propeller antifouling designed to “copy” the properties of living microorganisms. It is the best solution to protect you from fouling; Ewol makes it and you can find it at its booth at Milan Yachting Week. A very high-tech product made by a historic manufacturer of very high-tech propellers.


High performance mimicking nature

How FastBlades Antifouling works is based on the nonstick properties that living microorganisms have in nature. As is often the case, the best thing in some situations is to literally copy the animal or plant kingdom, trying to simulate as best as possible what happens in nature. This product is designed specifically for propellers, the often most delicate part of the boat, but it is perfect for all metal parts of the boat. Once the antifouling is applied very easily with a brush, it will be very very difficult for fouling to adhere to the surface.

The right product for every type of propeller

Before being launched on the market, FastBlades was tested for more than 3 years on “Vento di Sardegna,” Andrea Mura’s sailboat and other test boats. This “biomimetic” paint is made without biocides, once purchased you will find Primer (bi-component) and antifouling paint. It can be applied to any type of propeller, in Stainless Steel, Bronze, Aluminum and even those made of composite material. Applies to fixed, folding, and flag propellers installed on both sailboats and powerboats.

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By visiting Ewol ‘s booth at Milan Yachting Week you can learn all the details about this product. Just click here to get in touch directly with the manufacturers. and send an email with all your requests.



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