Free shipping on orders over $99.99! Don't miss out!

This item is eligible for free shipping on orders over $99.99

Product Details

Unepoxy HRT is a new single season antifouling paint that replaces Pettit Unepoxy Standard and Copper Guard. 24% Copper content provides reliable protection, and its smooth, durable finish is designed to withstand a full season of beaching and trailering.

Hybrid Reactive Technology formula utilizes high-density biocide and film modifiers for better color consistency, less yearly build-up (less sanding), and lower finish weight, while providing a smoother finish than traditional paints.

Compatible over most bottom paints and on properly prepared fiberglass, and steel hulls. Not for use on aluminum. Get the performance of traditional ablative paints, with the durability of hard modified finishes.

Available in Gallons, in your choice of Blue, Green, Red, or Black. Black and green also available in quarts.

Tech Specs
Finish: Flat
Solids by Volume: 42%
VOC: 475 Grams/liter (3.95 pounds/gallon)
Biocide: Cuperous Oxide (23.7%)
Flash Point: 105℉
Aplication Method: Brush, roller, airless, or conventional spray
Maximum Roller Thickness: 3/16"
Number of Coats: 1 minimum per season with additional coat at waterline
Wet Film Thickness 3.5 mils
Dry Film Thickness 1.5 mils
Application Temp: 50℉ Min / 90℉ Max
Thinner 120 Brushing Thinner
Dry Time To Touch To Recoat To Launch
90℉15 mins1-1/2 hrs6 hrs
70℉30 mins3 hrs10 hrs
50℉1 hr6 hrs16 hrs
Info & Guides
DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT ON ALUMINUM HULLS AND OUTDRIVES.

Technical Information

Unepoxy HRT Antifouling Paint Features:

  • Economical single season antifouling paint
  • HRT formula reduces buildup for less sanding, and lighter finish weight
  • Up to 25% better coverage than traditional paints
  • Smooth durable polishing finish
  • Compatible over most bottom paints
  • Durable finish withstands beaching and trailering

WARNING: Pettit Unepoxy HRT paints can expose you to chemicals including talc, Ethylbenzene, Titanium dioxide, and cumene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov