Welcome new CSR Advertiser - DryBoat

Discussion in 'Announcements & FAQs' started by CSR_Admin, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. CSR_Admin

    CSR_Admin Administrator Staff Member

    Mar 10, 2004
    DryBoat is onboard with sponsoring CSR. Please take a look at what they do. Dryboat is a Revolutionary process to restore coring in wet stringers, hull sides, bottoms, etc. Here is a link to their site - http://www.dryboat.com/index.htm
     

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  2. Strypes

    Strypes Member

    595
    Dec 10, 2015
    Michigan Center, Penobscot, Catawba Island
    12 Meter Trojan International Motor Yacht

    Dinghy: Avon 3.11 RIB
    454 Crusaders
    4 Stroke 5HP Mercury
    Terrific! :thumbsup:

    Welcome, DryBoat!
     
  3. northshore

    northshore Member SILVER Sponsor

    993
    Jan 17, 2011
    Cleveland, OH
    1989 340 Sundancer
    Raymarine E90W Radar/Chartplotter
    Twin 454 Mercruiser 340's
    Interesting process but

    "non-evasive"?
     
  4. DaFish

    DaFish Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    603
    Mar 11, 2011
    Racine, WI - Lake Michigan
    370 DA 1999, 12' Duras
    7.4 MPI Horizon Merc w/ V-Drives, 9 hp OB for dinghy
    Welcome aboard and thank you for supporting the CSR
     
  5. SCORPIO

    SCORPIO Active Member SILVER Sponsor

    Apr 7, 2008
    Delaware
    1989 300 DA
    Twin 5.7 Merc Alpha I
    Looks interesting, but it seems to me that you have to find the moisture before any rot or damage occurs, otherwise all you have left is dry, rotted wood/core. You'd also need to figure out how the area got wet to begin with in order to prevent it from happening as soon as the boat went back in service.
     
  6. dpmulvey

    dpmulvey New Member SILVER Sponsor

    Dec 19, 2007
    Homeport: Charles City, VA
    1999/2007 330 Sundancer Hardtop.
    6.2 Merc Horixons
    1.5:1 Velvet Drives
    I've seen the process advertised for some time. I like it, but am confused. OK. Two things escape me. If I'm wicking water out, where is the air coming from to occupy the space the water is vacating and how do they seal that after the procedure is completed? I'm concerned as to the "what's next" part of the equation. . I would like an explanation as to what they do after water exatraction. There is still mush in the cavity. How do tou solidify the mush?

    I like the concept. The devil is in the details.
     
  7. dryboatjon

    dryboatjon New Member

    5
    Dec 5, 2016
    usa
    Boatless
    Boatless
    Thank you!
     
  8. Strypes

    Strypes Member

    595
    Dec 10, 2015
    Michigan Center, Penobscot, Catawba Island
    12 Meter Trojan International Motor Yacht

    Dinghy: Avon 3.11 RIB
    454 Crusaders
    4 Stroke 5HP Mercury
    You're welcome!
     
  9. dryboatjon

    dryboatjon New Member

    5
    Dec 5, 2016
    usa
    Boatless
    Boatless
    Our system works very well in many applications. First and foremost our system is best if water intrusion is found before rot has started as we would dry the coring & preventing rot and delam from happening.Then we would find the intrusion and seal or repair it. We also can dry compromised wood coring. We first dry area or area's to stop the rot and dry it to single digits in most cases, then we use a injection process using epoxy or penetrating epoxy and sometimes a flexible epoxy depending on the area. In some cases let's say for a example we have a whole hull side wet and 90% is just wet and the other 10% is gone (rotted away) we could dry the 90 precent and boatyard can repair the other 10% of it. Over the last 12 years drying boats I have found balsa core will not start to rot if wet and air does not get to it. So thats why a lot of times you find the area where the water came in at like a thru hull, that area around it will have rot or start to because of air getting to it, but go 6 inches in core and the wood will be good.
    the Dryboat system work great I have had 100% success so far. I hope this answered your questions if not please feel free to call me anytime.
     
  10. dryboatjon

    dryboatjon New Member

    5
    Dec 5, 2016
    usa
    Boatless
    Boatless
    Yes It is best to find the moisture before it get out of hand. Thats why we offer a free to use moisture meter on our website. but the great thing about our process is we can dry the area so it will except epoxy, good wood or not!
    and yes we find the intrusion points and seal them up. Normally we can find those areas by moisture mapping and using infrared cameras.
     
  11. dryboatjon

    dryboatjon New Member

    5
    Dec 5, 2016
    usa
    Boatless
    Boatless
    Sometimes non-evasive by going from the back side not thru gelcoat. Or the least invasive compared to cut and replace and we retain the original structure and form.
     
  12. Sea Gull

    Sea Gull Active Member

    Oct 19, 2006
    CT
    2015 L650 Fly #509
    CAT C-18, 1,150 HP
    Dryboatjon,

    i mean this in the most supportive and well meaning way possible, so please read it that way.

    You are misusing English language words in your advertising and communication. Your posts have typos, that might give pause to prospective customers. While this may be acceptable and normal in informal communication, you should hold yourself and your business to a higher standard.

    You seem to be using the word evasive and invasive interchangeably. You mean to use the word invasive. As in: The patient was evasive, hiding under the bed to avoid the invasive surgical procedure.

    The dry coring will accept epoxy, not except it. Check for lots of other typos too.

    As David wrote: the devil is in the details.

    Best regards,

    Jeff
     
  13. HUMPH

    HUMPH Active Member PLATINUM Sponsor

    Nov 4, 2009
    SF BAY AREA
    2003 410DA,
    2004 C14 Caribe
    CAT 3126TA's 350HP/
    50HP Honda
    Good honest feedback. Welcome aboard. Nonetheless.
     
  14. RollerCoastr

    RollerCoastr Active Member

    Nov 15, 2007
    Cedar Point, OH / Miami, FL / MacRay Harbor, MI
    1997 400DA
    340HP 7.4 Mercruiser Bluewaters
    Garmin 8212 24HD, Intellian I2
    1999 280BR
    Twin 250HP Merc 350 Alpha Ones
    That's an unnecessary comma. :grin: Just kidding - that is useful feedback, particularly since the errors are found in ad-copy.


    Welcome to CSR Dryboatjon. I first heard of your company from a CSR member who is a boat broker. He spoke highly of your work.
     
  15. dpmulvey

    dpmulvey New Member SILVER Sponsor

    Dec 19, 2007
    Homeport: Charles City, VA
    1999/2007 330 Sundancer Hardtop.
    6.2 Merc Horixons
    1.5:1 Velvet Drives
    Thank you dryboatjon for the explanation of the process. I look forward to learning more.

    Sea Gull is correct but don't take him too seriously. He means well. He gets a bit persnickety this time of year when they pull his boat and he realizes once again he can get through a 3 mile stretch of no wake zone faster than driving 3 miles of Route 95 through Connecticut!!!!! :smt043 DAMHIK in two weeks...:huh::smt021

    Welcome aboard!
     
  16. Steve195

    Steve195 Member SILVER Sponsor

    304
    Jan 15, 2016
    Richmond, VA
    2008 195 Sport
    MerCruiser 5.0 w/ Alpha
    Great to have another sponsor. Welcome aboard DRYBOAT.

    But like others have mentioned, your tagline is grammatically incorrect. Not Evasive, Invasive.
     
  17. dpmulvey

    dpmulvey New Member SILVER Sponsor

    Dec 19, 2007
    Homeport: Charles City, VA
    1999/2007 330 Sundancer Hardtop.
    6.2 Merc Horixons
    1.5:1 Velvet Drives
    In the words of SGT. Hulka......"Lighten up Francis." None here have Churchill's command of the language. If we did, we would get into tons of accidents arguing the grammar in the "Rules of the Road" book.
     
  18. Quint4

    Quint4 Active Member TECHNICAL Contributor SILVER Sponsor

    Oct 6, 2006
    S.W. Ohio
    330 Sport Bridge
    5.7 MPI 350 Merc Bluewaters
    Great advice given by Sea Gull in a respectful manner. I have learned to be humble and accept good advice and move forward.
     
  19. dryboatjon

    dryboatjon New Member

    5
    Dec 5, 2016
    usa
    Boatless
    Boatless
    First and foremost, thank you for the warm welcome and feedback. Also, my bad for any spelling and grammatical errors. Does anybody know how to turn spell check on ?? :huh:Too often I am too busy to do justice to many things and I certainly improve when I slow down. I hope nothing was lost in translation. We are excited about being a sponsor on this site and sharing our services with anybody who might discover water intrusion. Our system is a wonderful alternative when wet stringers, cored bottom or sides, etc is discovered. Part of our busy month included the latest segment of Ship Shape TV, airing either this week or next. Tune in, we will be discussing a number of unique things for the boat owner, including our offer of the free use of a moisture meter to check your vessel. The vast majority of those taking us up on this offer will affirm no water intrusion present or discover it early, when it is still relatively minor.

    And how about this:
    We are very non-evasive when discussing our non-invasive method(s) !!
     
  20. trflgrl

    trflgrl Member SILVER Sponsor

    816
    Jun 23, 2014
    Middle Tennessee
    1989 Sundancer 300
    Twin 350 Merc/Alpha 1 Gen 1; Quicksilver 4.0 gen
    :smt038
     

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