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Old 03-18-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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Coelan Flexible Coating for leaky decks

Has anyone had any experience with this stuff?
Might be a lot less expensive than replacing the deck.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:42 PM   #2
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Sorry folks.... I didn't realize the link pasted in a foreign language.
try this link.
http://www.coelan.com/3d675dd643f889...oat/index.html

Looking for anyone who has any experience with this stuff. Looks like a long lasting Flexible, waterproof coating for decks that can extend the life and prevent having to re-deck for awhile.

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Old 03-21-2013, 02:21 PM   #3
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There was a test with varnishes and colean I read in some British boating magazine where they had conducted test with different varnishes and this coating in different climates (treated test pieces, not decks) in the med and up north as well. If my memory serves me right, colean was not the winner but did not fair too bad either..

I'll see if I can find the links again..
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Thank you Tiku for your help. Their website looks pretty promising.
Let me know if you find the article. I'd be real interested in their findings.

thanks again for any input on this product.


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http://coelan.com.au/wp-content/uplo...tMarch2008.pdf

http://www.boat-coating.com/documents/Varnishtest.pdf

There you go.. I remember seeing more of these test by the same magazine somewhere but at least this is a start.
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I used Colean in 2010, with old decks. I belt sanded the old varnish off my fly bridge decks and used 5 coats of primer and 3 coats of gloss. Difficult to work with but turned out really well
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Contact info for Coelan in U.S.

You can buy Coelan in the U.S. at Premapro PREMAPRO - Supply Specialist . It is fairly expensive, and very difficult to work with. But 3 years latter on my decks look very nice.
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