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The info gained from a million US$ research of hydrolysis problems in polyester/fiberglass laminates and GRP repair techniques.

134 richly illustrated pages in easy to understand, non scientific language.

The first extensive research done on actual hydrolysis damaged laminate from several cut up hulls with all kinds and stages of damages.

Learn the truth about the myth surrounded problem, which haunts so many boat owners.
A problem known by names like osmosis, Osmose, hydrolysis, osmosis blisters, gelcoat blistering, boat pox, l'osmose, cloque de gelcoat, ampollas de osmosis and many more.

Forget all the more or less incredible rumors which have circulated for decades!
Save thousands of $$ by learning how to check the state of the damages in order to chose the right repair technique and/or laminate treatment.

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  There are now reliable treatment techniques available,

developed in accordance to the research findings.
Both have proven to permanently cure the problem and also to restore all strength lost due to the hydrolysis process.

All types of damages in solid as well as cored laminates can be permanently repaired. From surface blistering to severe delaminations and core separations.

Info about the techniques and where to find them are available in the "Osmosis" Book

Every "osmosis" boat owner should read the book in order to avoid throwing out small fortunes on worthless "repairs".

Earlier I have directly here recommended some repair techniques. However I have learned, that machines are sold with, in my opinion, not sufficient treatment info. Many yards are using them as "drying tools" only and have no idea about many other severe problems involved.
Problems which the operators easily can solve if the boat owner asks for it before the treatment starts.

Read the book to understand all what is needed and also all book buyers can e-mail me for a personal check about what might be needed especially for his type of hull.

The latest technique can, besides repair of old hulls, be used by boat builders for inexpensive and simple post curing of new hulls.

Such post curing is the only safe way to avoid later "osmosis" problems.

As I have now reached an age where I want to be relieved from all commercial tasks, personal e-mail assistance or surveys.

Instead the book is available here for reading or PDF download for free. Also check the forum link were no new questions can be added but about 600 questions and answers can be found about the matter.

Just push the member entry button.