Open 50 structures inspections were carried out as part of a pre-purchase survey for a client in France. Here you can see one of the transvers frames has delamination.
As part of a pre-purchase survey is to confirm the structures of a vessel. Here you can see the transverse and longitudinal frames and bow slamming core are in good condition on an offshore sailing yacht.
Fastener inspections were carried out on this grand old lady after it came out of the shed with a new paint job. Unfortunately two weeks later rust was leaching from some of the fasteners. These were marked removed and replaced with new.
Imoca 60 bow section being inspected around the crash box area for any anomalies before competing in the Vendee Globe race.
A catamaran deck with delamination confirmed in red and yellow on the port hull on the forward port side toe rail. The area was drilled, vacuum bagged to remove moisture and new resin was applied.
Delamination on one of the forward deck longitudinal in yellow and red. The area was removed and repaired.
A coach roof to deck join on a superyacht has failed in red allowing water ingress into the saloon.
Balsa core inspections using NDT give an accurate view of what area is damaged or rotten and a plan can be put in place to renew with minimum cost and downtime.
Osmosis inspections are carried out on all types of composite built vessels that use different types of build techniques in there construction. Thermal imaging gives an accurate picture of the laminates when osmosis is present.