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Metal Protection

Metal protection is a must to keep it looking its best.
From boats to gates and everything in between, we’re confident Owatrol will have a solution.

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Corrosive inhibiting primer

Do you need to protect your hull, keel or ballast from rust and corrosion? Marine CIP (Corrosive Inhibiting Primer) is a rust inhibiting primer which can be over-coated with the paint of your choice. Perfect for using above or below the water line, Marine CIP contains the anti-corrosive properties of Marine Oil. This enables it to stabilise the surface […]

Metal protection guide

Following the success of our Woodcare Guide, Fencing Guide and Decking Guide we have written a new guide for our Masters in Metal Protection which includes Product Spotlights for each of our metal protection products. This includes information about what they are and when to use them. Along with in-depth application instructions, example case studies and reviews, images for […]

Transyl is a product that has many jobs and it does them all very well. Its versatility makes it a go-to product for many people, as it can assist in many different ways. What exactly is Transyl Oil? Transyl Oil is a lubricating, deep penetrating, self-spreading liquid with exceptional ‘wetting’, spreading and climbing properties. It is able […]

Transyl for marine machinery

Boat maintenance is highly important as it can help prevent too many repairs and all too frequent replacements. From time to time, as with anything, even in the household and other industries, parts require lubrication. This is to keep them working efficiently and smoothly. By maintaining parts, you can significantly help to extend their life. […]

We’re looking further afield with this case study to Madrid, Spain, where a former slaughterhouse has been beautifully and thoughtfully transformed into a multi-purpose cultural space as a venue for exhibitions, galleries and more. Something a little different and on a slightly different scale to our usual  case studies – it might be a little […]