The company is known for its innovative approach and has worked on many well-known structures such as the Erasmusbrug in Rotterdam.
While DCS Coating uses the latest techniques and most innovative solutions for its daily tasks, the company also places great emphasis on the craftsmanship of its skilled workers.
Using specialized equipment, DCS workers apply protective coatings to all types of metal structures, ensuring that the coating is safe and durable.
But as always with human-performed work, the precision with which the tasks are done is difficult to measure. In DCS’s case, the problem was that workers often applied one coat too many to ensure that the surface was adequately protected.
“Better safe than sorry” was an understandable approach, as the responsibility for protecting large constructions such as bridges and offshore platforms is immense. Nevertheless, each unnecessarily applied layer of an expensive anti-corrosion coating contributed to an ever-increasing waste of resources and money.
In addition, due to increasing environmental concerns, DCS is looking for new technologies to improve efficiency and reduce climate impact.