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Care and repair of glass fibre yachts

Tony Staton-Bevan

Care and repair of glass fibre yachts

by Tony Staton-Bevan

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Published by Adlard in London .
Written in English


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Pagination103 p.
Number of Pages103
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Open LibraryOL24667594M

The fiberglass cloth used in fiberglassing a typical plywood boat must be compatible with epoxy resin. Although most cloths will work with epoxy, there are some that are not compatible. If in doubt, test the material using scrap wood, to insure that it cannot be pulled off. . To patch the hole, buy a quart-size polyester resin fiberglass repair kit at a marine store; from the boat's manufacturer, buy gel coat to match the color of your boat. If you can't find a repair Kit buy 1 quart of polyester resin and hardener, and 2 square feet each of ounce roving and 7 .

The trick with yacht fiberglass repair and restoration is matching the colors and ensuring that the yachts aesthetics remain pleasing to the eye. All yacht fiberglass restoration products are selected based on quality and relevance to the job at hand and the vessel in question. One quick and easy way to repair gelcoat stress cracks yourself is by using MagicEzy Hairline Fix – A purpose built DIY repair solution for stress cracks in gelcoat and fiberglass. MagicEzy Hairline Fix is a one-part, pre-tinted (available in 10 colors) sealant that allows you to complete the repair in seconds without having to grind out the.

But you don't have to pay astronomical marina fees to get your boat fixed. You can repair fibreglass yourself with advice from expert fibreglass repair specialist Chris Hassis. He's fixed boo-boos on fibreglass personal watercraft, snowmobiles and pickup toppers, and even luxury yachts. You'll need the right tools and materials-and lots of. Preparation before starting a repair: • Most of the materials used for fiberglass repairs cure or harden by a chemical reaction. • To achieve a good repair these reactions must be run properly. • Use fresh gel coat, resin, glass, catalyst and materials. • Make sure all equipment is working properly.


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It is widely available and used extensively for repair. Fibers may also be made of more exotic and expensive materials like aramid or graphite. These fibers offer much higher strengths as well as higher costs and are used primarily in one-off, high-performance boats where saving weight is. Whichever combination of these materials you have on your boat, proper care is the key to keeping them look good and lasting longer.

Marine canvas, like this sun shade used on the bow of a Sea Ray L, will last longer and look better with a little TLC. Select your glass reinforcement. If your damaged area is extensive or is in a structural area of the object you are repairing, you will need to use some form of glass in the repair itself.

Smaller repairs that require strength reinforcement may use fiberglass filler, otherwise use fiberglass cloth. Step 2 Then toughen the laminate that contains the crack or cracks by solidifying it, either by thickening with more fiberglass, replacing coring materials, or adding structure.

If you don’t do this, new cracks will most likely appear, probably not too long after you’ve just finished fixing the old ones. Step 3 Now, once you’ve removed all hardware, toerails, and other paraphernalia that.

fibers, E-glass, and C-glass. The most commonly used, and the one we will be discussing, is E-glass. Almost every cloth sold in the USA is E-glass. E-GLASS E-glass is made by melting down glass marbles in a furnace, and then forming them into fine fibers by forcing them through very tiny holes.

The fibers are stretched, and then wound onto. However, the repairability of fiberglass is one of its best characteristics. The most horrifying hole in a fiberglass hull is quickly healed with a bit of glass fabric, a supply of resin, and equal parts skill and care.

And the repair is less patch than graft 7mdash; a new piece of skin indistinguishable from the old. There are two types of S-glass: S-1, which meets critical aerospace standards and is blindingly expensive; and S-2, which is used in the marine industry.

In Europe, S-glass is called R-glass. Mat: Mat is usually made of E-glass, and consists of random two- to three-inch. Fibre Glast Developments Corp.

Carr Drive Brookville, OH Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected]   How It's Made: Fiberglass Hulls. Dufour Yachts walks us through the process that goes into building a fiberglass hull, from the mold, to the fiberglass hull that's ready for finishing.

Dufour Yachts. The result of lay-up is a clean, slick looking hull that is. Don Casey has been one of the most consulted experts on boat care and upgrades for 30 years, and is one of the BoatUS Magazine's panel of experts. He and his wife cruise aboard their footer part of the year in the eastern Caribbean.

His books include Don Casey's Complete Illustrated Sailboat Maintenance Manual, and the recently updated This Old Boat, the bible for do-it-yourself boaters. Repair any holes with appropriate filler. To repair a hole, cut out the damaged section, wash and apply a dewaxing solvent, grind the area with a disk sander, apply a laminate or acrylic patch to the outside of the hull with polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) mold release, apply a fiberglass patch measured and cut to fit the hole.

In fiberglass boat repair the repair area may have hardness very similar to the original laminate and you can accidentally change the shape of the surrounding area. Plan on using a variety of sanding tools if you are dealing with a repair that bridges both a flat area and a detailed area such as a chine or gunwale.

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glass cloth in a general purpose polyester resin that was mixed with a flexible resin for added toughness. Vacuum bag molding was used and curing took place at room temperature. The fairwater installed on the U.S.S. Halfbeak was examined in after 11 years in service.

The physical properties of the tested laminates are shown in Table 2. After. Since I was trying to repair a 1/8" wall, I thought 3 layers of fiberglass material would be appropriate.

A sailor friend of mine informed me that I would need to glass in a large patch first, and sequentially step down to a patch the size of the hole. I used kid scissors that I. The experts at Metan Marine Restoration show how to repair a small section of damaged hull, right down to the new gelcoat application.

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