Posted by Andrew on September 22, 2000 at 17:33:51:
I posted a query a couple of days ago with a question on warranty for your method. Just in case the message disappeared by accident nto cyberspace, I'll ask again. In your literature, you advise that your process is a "cure" for osmosis/hydrolysis problems. This would indicate to me that after the hull has been post cured, it would be impossible, according to your method, for hydrolysis to re-occur as once post cured, the hull is effectively "inert". WHy then is the method only warranted for 10 years and not for the life of the boat?
The next question is on treating keel problems. Can your method be used to effectively treat hulls with a full/semi-full keel with internal encapsulated ballast of say either lead or cast iron?
Any info would be appreciated.
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