CII demands continous improvement

IMO regulations will force better fuel efficiency. Ships may have to limit engine power, meaning less transport capacity and less revenue.

Few sustainability investments pay back within a year. For some cases a pay-back time for ITCH of a week is realistic.

Hull performance is monitored by fuel consumption, but is an inaccurate measure. Now you can clean in the middle of a voyage and monitor before and after cleaning.

You can also see the results of cleaning on videos and data performed as an integral part of the cleaning operation.

Now the Seafarers can handle operational hull cleaning. The Performance Engineer can focus on higher level issues.


Hull fouling increases viscous resistance. Use ITCH to clean proactively to stop fouling. Still you keep control over cleaning costs.

Rough paint increases hull drag. Powerful cleaning systems can cause paint roughness. ITCH use soft brushes, defined forces and few cleaning strokes to avoid wear of fresh antifouling.

Many ships may soon downrate engines to comply with IMO CII regulations. ITCH will help you maintain transit speed.


ITCH is ready for hull cleaning when you are