Process engineering

Shutting down machines for maintenance immediately results in lost income. In addition to rust prevention, controlled circumstances and protection from corrosive chemicals play an important role.

Offshore industry

Installations in the offshore industry are exposed to extreme weather conditions and an increased corrosion risk due to salt water. Moreover, the constructions need to be protected against possible fires that can reach extremely high temperatures. It is for these reasons that exceptionally high safety standards apply in this industry. Standards that all companies involved are held to.

Civil engineering

Projects such as the Netkous, the light rail flyover along Prinses Beatrixlaan in The Hague, indicate that metallizing is becoming an increasingly prominent technique in civil engineering. Due to its long-lasting corrosion resistance, not only are the maintenance costs considerably lower, but the durability is also greatly increased.

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Save on maintenance, energy and reduce the impact of the environment

Steel is one of the most commonly used construction materials and is perfectly suitable due to its processability and solidity, particularly for large installations. By investing in high-quality preservation systems during construction, it is possible to achieve long-term savings on maintenance and energy and reduce the impact of the environment. DCS is therefore constantly looking for new techniques for a more durable protection against corrosion. Due to our long history in the offshore industry, where this innovative approach is common practice, DCS can provide you with solutions that perhaps nobody in your industry has thought of yet.

Mechanical engineering

A machine is an investment that has to yield return. By properly protecting your investment, downtime is reduced and the availability, and therefore the return, increases.