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Clean ships and clean seas

New exhibitor MGPS Ltd is committed to providing 100% environmentally friendly solutions to combat marine growth.

The ultrasonic antifouling specialist aims to bring commercial grade systems to a market it sees as currently populated by consumer grade, under-researched products producing variable performance.

Having looked at what was on the market, MGPS Ltd set out to find a better system that would meet the needs of its commercial customers who “spend their lives in some of the world’s most demanding conditions on the planet.”

“They require an antifouling solution that works but they don’t have the time to have to watch it and repair it. The system they need must be effective and powerful but just as importantly it must be robust and simple. They need the maximum amount of performance for the least amount of time expended. Our antifouling systems use ultrasonic sound technology to ensure we achieve clean ships and clean seas.””

The company’s research and development-led approach to ultrasonic antifouling is supported by a dedicated team of business professionals with decades of experience in sea-going marine engineering, determined to provide their customers with products they can rely on and an aftersales service which will give peace of mind.

With the end of copper biocide approval in the EU looming in 2026, MGPS says it is perfectly placed to help the commercial marine sector make the move to 100% environmentally friendly antifouling systems.

MGPS Ltd will make its Seawork debut at Seawork 2021

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