Western Towboat Cabin Framing
Western Towboat’s crew quarters use ACS CIC to control condensation and keep their traditional insulation dry so it can perform.
Western Towboat Titan Tugs
Western Towboat’s main base is located on the Seattle ship canal in Ballard.
Western Towboat Titan Class Tug
Western Towboat was responsible for the Titan Class Tug development.
Un-Cruise Adventures Observation Lounge Bulkhead
This Un-Cruise ship, Safari Adventure, uses ACS CIC extensively throughout the hull and passenger cabin areas.
Un-Cruise Sidewalls insulated with CIC
This Un-Cruise ship application controls condensation and reduces solar heat loading into the superstructure. This can reduce interior surface temperatures from 150F to 100F, making AC much more effective.
SFO Fireboat Pilot House Interior
SFO Fireboat Pilot House relies on ACS CIC as primary insulation on the pilot house window frames.
SFO Fireboat Deck House with CIC Insulation Top To Bottom
The San Francisco Fireboat designed by Jensen Maritime was built at Vigor Seattle. The aluminum pilot house was fabricated at Kvichak Marine in Seattle and ACS CIC was applied for insulation before being moved to Vigor for attachment to the deck house.
SFO Fire Boat Deckhouse Insulated with CIC
The San Francisco Fireboat deckhouse was built at Vigor Seattle and insulated with ACS CIC throughout.
Seattle Police Boat Interior Overhead
The Seattle Police Boat #9 uses ACS CIC for insulation on the interior surfaces.
Seattle Police Boat Cabin
The Seattle Police Boat #9 is the civilian version of Kvichak Marine’s USCG 44′ RB-M.
Seafreeze Freezer Space
US Seafoods used ACS CIC throughout their ship to improve thermal performance.
Seafreeze Food Pantry
US Seafoods rebuilt the F/V SeaFreeze America at their Seattle, WA Lake Union base.
Un-Cruise Safari Voyager At Fisherman’s Terminal Before Refit
Un-Cruise Adventures rebuilt their ship, Safari Adventure, in Seattle, WA in 2016.
Oregon Ironworks Portland Fireboat Insulation
Insulating complex surfaces on the Portland, OR fireboat with ACS CIC.
Oregon Ironworks Portland Fireboat Pilothouse
Complex surfaces on the Portland, OR fireboat insulated with ACS CIC.
Oregon Ironworks Fb Pilothouse Fwd
This 54′ aluminum Portland, OR fireboat was built by Oregon Ironworks in Clackamas, OR.
Oregon Ironworks 54′ Portland Fireboat Bilge Surface in the Main Cabin Stiffeners
Once dry, ACS CIC provides a tough protective finish that can also be removed when necessary.
Modutech Marine Torpedo Recovery Boat
US Navy torpedo recovery boat built by Modutech Marine in Tacoma, WA.
This tug designed by RA Allan of Vancouver, BC was built at Martinac Shipyard in Tacoma, WA.
Major Marine Tours
Mike Ritz of Alaska Marine Painting applied CIC on this Major Marine Tours catamaran during the Alaskan winter in -15F conditions.
American Seafoods F/V Katie Ann Overhead
ACS CIC is ideal for insulating irregular surfaces. Like this overhead in the factory space.
JT Marine Window Frame
Pilot house window mullions are a problem area for condensation on all ships.
Golden Alaska Sidewall
The F/V Golden Alaska insulated their factory space with 2mm/80 mils of ceramic insulation coating.
F/V Golden Alaska Pier 91
The F/V Golden Alaska of Seattle uses ACS CIC throughout it’s spaces.
Gill Netter Fred Crothamel Stern
This Bristol Bay gillnetter is insulated with ACS CIC. The owner, Fred Crothamel, of Mercer Island, WA advises other fisherman to do the same.
Bremerton Aluminum Barge
The Bremerton Naval Shipyard’s Inactive Fleet Maintenance office insulated the interiors of 2 barge-based maintenance buildings. According to their staff, “I am happy to say No condensation on either barge and they are much more comfortable. We would like to try his product on two of the small boats. Hopefully we you will hear from my company on this, I have highly recommended it.”
Arizona Memorial Tour Boat
Modutech Marine of Tacoma, WA has used ACS Ceramic Insulation Coating (CIC) on their aluminum boats and ships for many years. This tourist boat is used at the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii.
American Seafoods Overhead Insulated With Board & Coating
This ship replaced wet rock wool insulation with CIC and rock wool in the factory processing space. The CIC will work to control condensation and keep the traditional materials dry. Also, with CIC in place, they could skip the stiffener wrapping and rely on CIC for insulation.
American Seafood Ship
American Seafoods has used ACS CIC to insulate spaces on ships throughout their fleet of factory trawlers.