KEMPER SYSTEM, the producer of COELAN Boat Coating, is the global leader for roofing systems, water proofing, and surfacing. Its headquarters is in Vellmar, Germany with offices all over the world.
The products of Kemper System have been in use for over 55 years in protecting various world's most important properties and landmarks including the Buckingham Palace, the Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building in New York City, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the US Capitol in Washington DC, the Capitol Building in Olympia, and the Philadelphia Art Museum. The products of the Kemper System also preserve the uncovered surfaces of famous museum ships for instance the three-masted schooners, luxury yachts, and jumbo cruise ships. Actually, the products protect more than 2 billion square foot of surfaces in the harshest conditions.
The trademark of the KEMPER SYSTEM is duck. It is a symbol of the role of nature plays in its products development. The duck's waterproof dive is the perfect symbol of ideal waterproofing. It is just the right example of the objectives of KEMPER. The development of COELAN Marine Coating had the wood's natural properties in mind. This is in deep contrast with the usual varnishes. Just as water is in the duck's nature, water is also natural for the marine industry. The duck's dive is an ideal symbol of COELAN Boat Coating's technology of Water-Vapor Exchange. The technology was designed for allowing exchange of moisture and breathing of wood. This allows water that has condensed on wood to evaporate to the surrounding atmosphere. The technology preserves and protects the core of the wood, helping to prevent it from rot.
Architects, building contractors and engineers, building owners and roofing consultants trust Kemper System products for the best quality performance. The Kemper System manufactures a number of the highest quality, cold liquid-applied, fully reinforced waterproofing, and roofing membranes in the world. It is the global leader and innovator in this industry.