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Problem Solving – analysing and reporting on failed paint systems

       

 

A big part of paint inspection is trouble shooting and problem solving. While it is more difficult to solve problems when a paint inspector is called in after a project has finished, there are methods of testing and analysing the substrate and the coatings to check for issues that would have lead to the problem that is being encountered. 

The ideal is to have a painting inspector on site for large scale projects to prevent any issues arising and to back up product guarantees. This doesn't mean having an inspector onsite for the duration of the project, but for all the critical stages in the project. Click here for more information on what/when the critical stages in a painting contract are. 


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