Frame for large overhead crane at ATM Waste Disposal Moerdijk

Pioneering approach

The pioneering approach of DCS is directed towards both high-quality and durable corrosion protection as well as the internal production process. Our privately developed robots and machines not only ensure a high production rate and the best quality, but also result in less physical strain and more variety for our workforce. DCS was also the first company in the Netherlands that was certified for the IMA MVO standard for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Ready for transportation

A bunch of nicely coated pipes for Australia

Sluicedoor Hansweert

DCS protects your investment

Steel is a strong, flexible and easy to produce construction material with only one large disadvantage: it rusts. Drecht Coating Services from Moerdijk makes use of the most innovative techniques to protect steel constructions from corrosion. With attention to durability, safety and corporate social responsibility, DCS works on prominent projects in many sectors, including the offshore industry, civil engineering and petrochemistry.

Pump stations for the bottom of the ocean (1,500 m deep)

Another tank ready to go

Pieces of 48 m length have been treated by us with TSA for SHELL and are transported by water from our quay.

TSA introduction

Corrosion protection

Protection against rust comprises two aspects: surface pre-treatment and the appliance of a protective coating that seals the surface. Every type of corrosion protection and pre-treatment procedure has different qualities and advantages. We will be happy to help you decide on the best option.

The two lock gates of the Volkerak sluices have been completely recoated and will last for many years to come.


As a result of the heat produced in the event of a fire, a steel construction can lose its stability and collapse. DCS therefore employs advanced fireproofing techniques. With the use of special passive fire protection coatings, the construction is protected for at least 30 minutes and up to two hours, long enough for a safe evacuation.