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PETTIT PAINTSTransducer Paint


Transducer Paint

Model # 5436902Mfg # 411179320


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Product Description

Protects all types of non-aluminum underwater metals

Formulated to protect electronics transducers from underwater fouling in both fresh and salt water. For use only on bare metals such as steel, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, bronze, galvanized steel and lead. It forms an excellent adhesive bond to underwater metals and running gear and inhibits corrosion. Because of its smooth hard surface air will self-clean in service, and can be used above or below the waterline. Do not overcoat with antifouling paint. Spray can for easy application. 16oz. Dark gray.

Not for sale in California and in States where prohibited by law.

  • Type: Modified epoxy
  • Recommended Usage: Transducers and underwater metals
  • Biocide: Zinc
  • Additives: None
  • Number of Coats Recommended: Two full coats
  • Coverage: 10 sq.ft./can
  • Drying Time: One hour


Transducer Paint

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Good stuff

By Warren on "CrewZen"

from Deale, Md

About Me Advanced


  • Easy to Use
  • Protects Well
  • Visually Pleasing
  • Weather Proof


  • Moderately durable
  • Too expensive

Best Uses

  • Bronze shaftprop

Comments about Transducer Paint:

I've used this product on the bronze shaft and prop of my H28.5 sailboat. It will normally just about last thru the 8-month season on the Chesapeake Bay. It seems to protect against hard growth moderately well. A lot depends on how much the engine is used and how high the rpm's are.

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