January 20

Hull Fairing of a Superyacht – Hullwork inside vs. outside

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Hull Fairing and inside insulation work often do not play out well together in the building process of a Superyacht.

Hotworks inside the hull can negatively impact the filler application process during the building of a Superyacht. The fairing process, which has remained unchanged for almost a century, is considered inefficient and labor-intensive. Automated processing with robot technology not only offers obvious advantages but also benefits in small details that can have a significant effect.

One of these small details is the work on the inside and outside of the hull, which in the traditional process are often carried out simultaneously, resulting in heat generated during the welding of hooks for fastening insulation cladding inside the hull, affecting the already applied primer and filler on the outside. This can cause the filler to become porous and require reworking within a year, leading to quality disadvantages and significant efforts for the owner.

ROBOSURF offers a solution to straighten out these processes without any loss of time and enhance the overall quality of the delivery status. Learn more about the benefits of automation with ROBOSURF for hull fairing and insulation work.

Learn more about the automation process with ROBOSURF.


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