COELAN is a trade name of Kemper System, the worldwide leader for surfacing, waterproofing and roofing systems. Kemper is headquartered in Vellmar, Germany and has offices around the world. COELAN Product lines have set standards for durable and long-lasting coatings that are designed to protect surfaces from weathering due to exposure to rain, sunlight and harsh environmental conditions. COELAN Boat Coating belongs to the COELAN family of products. COELAN has been setting industry standards of durability, beauty, paint quality and performance for nearly six decades, since 1954.
Kemper System products have been used since 1957 to protect some of the world’s most valuable properties and important landmarks, including Buckingham Palace, the Empire State Building and the Rockefeller Center in New York City, the US Capitol in Washington DC, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Philadelphia Art Museum, and the Capitol Building in Olympia. Kemper System products are also used to preserve the exposed surfaces of luxury yachts, famous museum ships such as three-masted schooners, and mega cruise ships. In fact, Kemper System products protect over 2 billion square feet of surfaces under the harshest of conditions.
Kemper System products are trusted by building contractors and engineers, architects, roofing consultants, and building owners when only the highest-quality performance and will suffice. Kemper System manufactures some of the highest quality, cold liquid-applied, fully reinforced waterproofing and roofing membranes in the world, and is a worldwide leader and innovator in the industry.
KEMPER SYSTEM’s trademark is the duck, which symbolizes the important role nature plays in the development of its products. The ideal symbol of perfect waterproofing, the duck’s watertight plumage is a perfect example of what KEMPER aims to achieve.COELAN Marine Coating was developed with wood’s natural characteristics in mind, in contrast with traditional varnishes. Just as it is the duck’s natural element, water is the natural element for the maritime industry. The duck’s plumage is a perfect symbol of COELAN Boat Coating’s Water-Vapor Exchange technology that was designed to permit the natural process of wood to “breathe” and exchange moisture, allowing condensed water to evaporate into the atmosphere. This technology protects and preserves the wood core, preventing any possibility of rot from setting in.