A collection of publications, presentations and papers written and presented by Safinah Group’s experts.
Alan Guy, Director of Technology at Safinah Group, discusses paint finishes on superyachts, acceptance criteria and steps to avoid “orange peel” formation.
Safinah Group is the newest member of Marine Energy Wales, an initiative dedicated to establishing Wales as a global leader in sustainable marine energy generation
Safinah Group’s Bruno Ravel is discussing the main requirements for an effective passive fire protection strategy.
Safinah Group’s Carl Barnes considers the evolution of antifouling technologies and how the latest solutions really perform.
Keith Hutchinson and Bruno Ravel discuss the potential hull / marine systems and coatings issues associated with exhaust gas scrubbers.
Carl Barnes details the need for protective coatings to maintain the integrity and value of LNG carriers throughout their trading lifetimes.
Using the right tool for the right job and why it matters – Stuart Downie explores the use of spray gun technology to achieve the perfect finish in a world where first impressions really count.
Safinah Group’s Carl Barnes and Alan Guy discuss the challenges faced in bringing a new technology to market in June 2020s edition of The Naval Architect.
What are the current coating challenges in the chemical tanker market and how to overcome them?Andy Hopkinson is discussing cargo tank coatings in terms of performance expectations, alternative technologies and the potential for collaboration in the March 2020 edition...
Safinah Group’s team, which consists of highly qualified and experienced formulating and analytical chemists, discuss antifouling technologies and more.
Safinah Group’s Keith Hutchinson and Andrew Scott of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency discuss the new SOLAS2020 Damage Stability Regulations for RO-PAX ships together with possible future developments in the May 2020 issue of The Naval Architect magazine.
The rapid adoption of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) as the ‘transitory’ marine bunker fuel of choice has prompted the recent emergence of LNG Bunker Vessels (LBV) to service this demand. As a new and complex ship type with specific and unique operational and design issues, there can obviously be difficulties in specifying and hence developing optimal and safe LBV designs.