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Boating Uses

In-Water Boat Hull Cleaning 

Hulls of 19th century tall ships were covered with pure copper plates to reduce biofouling. As steel and iron ships replaced wooden vessels, antifouling paints were developed to replace the copper panels. While these paints are effective in reducing marine growth on modern boat hulls, they also contain toxic compounds. Recent environmental awareness has caused these anti-fouling products to be phased out in many countries, and laws governing their use have become even more stringent.

With its powerful battery-powered motor, proprietary brush system and specially designed impeller hub, the Remora SOLO is ideal for tough hull cleaning jobs. And with a quick, easy brush change, the SOLO becomes an effective tool for other aquatic surfaces, including swimming pools, water-parks, aquariums, storage tanks, and more!