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Paintwork is the calling card of every yacht, so all of it needs to be flawless. Flaws or damage not only spoil the way it looks but can also entail more serious consequences. However, imperfections on the outer coating are often blamed on the wrong causes. The consequence is expensive and unnecessary repair processes that do not provide a long-term solution to the problem. It's then only a matter of time before the damage reappears.

WREDE Technology (WRETEC) is specialised in precisely determining the individual causes of coating errors. Using high-end technology, WRETEC is setting a new industry standard for the analysis of paintwork damage on superyachts. The technology-supported, unequivocal identification of the cause of damage is unique on the market to date. Unnecessary and especially recurring repair work on yacht coatings can thus be avoided.

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Using high-end technology to track down coating damage: Using a digital 3D microscope enables individual coating layers to be enlarged up to 5,000 times and displayed as 3D images on the monitor. 
WRETEC experts use the differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) technique to get information on the degree of curing in the coating process. 

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