Corroless Offers Owners Project Management, "Flying Squad'' Services

Since Corroless International launched its specialist corrosion control systems into the marine industry in the early part of 1991, one particular aspect of the company's service has made it stand out— project management.

Corroless's in-depth project management services have now been further enhanced by the availability of a three-man "flying squad" who are highly skilled in the "hands on" aspects of contract supervision and systems application.

Corroless provides a complete project management service to shipowners, ship managers and operators, ensuring the highest level of quality control throughout the consulting process.

Following an initial briefing between the shipowner and Corroless, an in-house team of specialists undertake a survey of the vessel to clearly identify those areas where corrosion is, or is likely to become, established.

The results of the survey are closely analyzed and a comprehensive proposal developed to solve the problem in a practical and cost-effective manner. A complete anticorrosion system is then implemented to rectify, control and prevent corrosion onboard, utilizing Corroless's specialist knowledge and technologies.

Since becoming actively involved in marine corrosion control, Corroless has noticed an increasing number of ship operators wanting to apply Corroless products at sea as part of a planned maintenance program, utilizing crew labor.

To meet this requirement from ship operators to reduce drydocking costs, Corroless has established a three-man "flying squad" team of specialists, highly experienced in the skills of water blasting, surface preparation methods, application of surface tolerant coatings and inspection techniques. This team oversees the onboard use of Corroless systems, advising on the best surface preparation and application techniques.

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