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2 Protecting Maritime Chemical Tankers And Their Cargoes Using Cutting Edge Technology Core Activity Introduction

3 Advanced Polymer Coatings historically is a Polymer Technology Company developing engineered polymers for High Performance in... Corrosion Resistance and Temperature Resistance Introduction

4 Company History Leading Up to MarineLINE 1987 – 1989 Began Research and Development into High Temperature Polymers for Military and Aerospace Use Introduction

5 Company History Leading Up to MarineLINE Developed Siloxirane Built Missile Composite Bodies Fins for Patriot Missiles Introduction

6 Company History Leading Up to MarineLINE While working on composite missile parts, United Technologies Corp, tested Siloxirane in Nitratetraoxide and Hydrozine Siloxirane outperformed all other materials! Introduction

7 Company History Leading Up to MarineLINE 1989 Developed First Siloxirane Coating Required High Heat Cure Used in Rail Tank Cars for 98% Sulfuric Acid and Tallow Introduction

8 Company History Leading Up to MarineLINE 1991 Developed Low Heat Cure and Ambient Cure Siloxirane 1992 Patents Issued for Siloxirane Polymer Introduction

9 Markets Serviced Chemical & Petrochemical Industry  Reactor Vessels  Storage Tanks  Pipes  Pollution Control Equipment  Secondary Containment  Waste Water Neutralization

10 Paper & Pulp Industry  Digesters  Black Liquor Tanks  Bleaching Systems Markets Serviced

11 Mining Industry  Acid Tanks  Slurry Pipes  Scrubbers Markets Serviced

12 Steel Industry  Pickling Tanks  Acid Waste Neutralization  Cement Floors Markets Serviced

13 Waste Water Industry  Clarifier Tanks  Flocculation Basins  Concrete Containment Markets Serviced

14 Transportation Industry  Over the Road Tank Trailers  Hopper Cars  Rail Cars  ISO Tank Containers Markets Serviced

15 Power Generation Industry  Flue Gas Desulphurization Systems  Stacks  Ducts Markets Serviced

16 Maritime Industry  Chemical Tanker Cargo Tanks  Slop tanks  Steamlines  Scrubber Internals Markets Serviced

17 MarineLINE Technology Polymer Technology Comparison Epoxy 2 Functionality 4 Crosslinks MarineLine 28 Functionality 784 Crosslinks Higher Functionality Produces Higher Cross Link Density...

18 More importantly it greatly resists Permeation (Absorption) and Chemical Attack Resulting in:  Higher Chemical Resistance  Higher Temperature Resistance MarineLINE Technology

19 The Product Highlights In conclusion MarineLINE 784 delivers superior product performance.  Resists all IMO cargoes  Superior bond strength and adhesion  Non permeable for product purity  Very low VOC – 108 grams/liter  Can be applied to pitted corroded steel  Maximum cargo flexibility, product cycling  Repairable  Can carry food grades MarineLINE Technology

20 Market Limitations Prior To MarineLINE  Absorbs Cargoes to High Levels (depending on cargo)  Absorbs Cargo Relatively Slowly  Releases Absorbed Cargo Very Slowly  Small Traces May Be Retained  Subsequent Cargo Contamination MarineLINE Technology Problems with Phenolic Epoxy Coating

21 Market Limitations Prior To MarineLINE  Absorbs Cargo Quickly  Retains Oil Like Cargoes  Subsequent Cargo Contamination  Limits Back Hauling Capability  Not Resistant to Acids, Caustics, and Acid Containing Oils and Urea MarineLINE Technology Problems with Zinc Silicate Coatings

22 Performance Comparison MarineLINE vs. Phenolic Epoxy  % Absorption After 45 Days Immersion  Days Recovery (Desorption) With Ventilation @ 30 deg.C.  Test by Independent Testing Laboratory METHANOL

23 MarineLINE vs. Phenolic Epoxy % Absorption After 45 Days Immersion Days Recovery (Desorption) With Ventilation @ 30 degree C Test by Independent Testing Laboratory Ethylene Dichloride (EDC) Performance Comparison

24 MarineLINE vs. Stainless Steel MarineLine outperforms Stainless Steel in non-contamination of Edible Oils Certificate of Analysis No. 10556435 dated 26 July 2005 from Chemical Laboratory “Dr. A. Verwey”

25 Benefits of MarineLINE Cargo Versatility  Resistance Comparison of 131 Commonly Carried Cargoes  MarineLine Resists all IMO Cargoes Performance Comparison

26 THE FCG ADVANTAGE Advanced Polymer Coatings' have established a “Field Control Group (FCG)” to align superior product performance with superior project management. MarineLINE Application

27 THE FCG ADVANTAGE  Surface Contamination Test  DH and Humidity Test  Surface profile test  Verification of SA 2.5  Dry film thickness test  100% pinhole test @ 3000 volts  Solvent wipe test  Heat Curing MarineLINE Application The synergistic effect of this integration provides the ship owner with APC’s in house Project Management: The Single Source Responsibility permits a full 5-year guarantee backed by an insurance policy

28 THE FCG ADVANTAGE More importantly, the complete inspection of all functions from surface prep through heat curing provides customers with guaranteed risk-free, long-term performance MarineLINE Application

29 Heat Curing Heat Curing on Deck Tanks MarineLINE Application

30 Benefits MarineLINE Increases Your Profits Enhanced Marketability!  Versatility and Flexibility in Cargo Carriage. Switch from Methanol to Acrylonitrile to Fatty Acids to Caustics to Food Grade Oils Economic Reality!  The Higher the Purity Requirement, the Higher the Profit

31 MarineLINE Increases Your Profits  Easier Cleaning  Smooth, Non-Stick Surface MarineLine Ra 0.7 vs Ra 1.8 for Phenol Epoxies  Lower Quantity of Slops  Faster Turn Around  Increase in Ship Value  Rapid Return on Investment Benefits

32 Economic Impact MarineLINE Increases Your Profits MarineLine’s Non-Absorption Delivers Faster Turnaround and Increased Profits due to faster Cleaning, for example: Vessel: 28,000 DWT Chemical Tanker Cargo: Methanol From Europe to the Middle East Number of trips: Normally 19 Trips Per Year Earnings: Approximately 16,000Euros/Day Phenol Epoxy Cleaning and Dry Time - 8 Days (Normal) MarineLine Cleaning and Dry Time – 4 Days( with difficult cargoes) Difference of 4 Days Per Trip 4 Days x 16,000Euros x 19 Trips = 1,216,000 Euros Extra Profit With MarineLine Per Year, equivalent to 76 Extra Sailing Days

33 MarineLINE Increases Your Profits Based on  Days Spent  Chemicals used  Labour  Other consumables Economic Impact

34 MarineLINE Increases Your Profits In Newbuildings COMPARATIVE COSTS 37,000 dwt Double Hulled Chemical Tanker New building cost Stainless steel tanks $75 million MarineLine $37.8 million Daily amortization (operating 275 days/year) 12 years @ about 3% $23,433$11,810 Operating costs/day$6,1626,162 Total cost/day$29,595$17,972 Revenue/day for methanol at $0.69/dwt frt@34usd/mt, 8Voy/yr,35000mt cargo lift $25,530 (Loss) or Profit/Day($4,065)$7,558 Don't Risk Your Ships to the Wrong Coating! Specify MarineLINE ® for Long-Term, Profitable Performance Economic Impact

35 Warnings in Marine Publications DE/LE LLOYDS (BELGIUM), 29 DEC. 1999 Swedish Club Warning on Phosphoric Acid Damage to Stainless Steel Tanks Cost U.S.$1.5Million to Correct Damage On One Tanker MOTOR SHIP, OCT. 1999 The Salvage Association Warning Published in This Magazine - Phosphoric Acid Causes Problems in Stainless Steel Tanks. Multi- Million U.S. Dollars Cost to Shipowner to Correct Damage References

36  In Newbuilds it Greatly Reduces your Capital Investment  It is the most versatile coating allowing carriage of all IMO cargoes  Due to shorter cleaning days it reduces your turnaround time giving additional revenue earning days  Ideal for tanks which store slops where mixtures of all other cargoes have to be accommodated Summary Reality / Conclusions

37 Don't Risk Your Ships to the Wrong Coating! Specify MarineLINE ® for Long-Term, Profitable Performance  Performance far superior to other proven products in the Cargo Tank Coating Industry  Advanced Polymer Coating’s in house management provides assurance that application is properly done  Full five year guarantee Summary Reality / Conclusions

38 Contact THANK YOU ! ADVANCED POLYMER COATINGS, LTD. AVON, OHIO 44011 USA PHONE: +01 440 937 6218 FAX: +01 440 937 5046 EMAIL: WEBSITE:

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