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Further to your request for comment, I can only say that I am absolutely satisfied with the results I have experienced.
We did the first Diamonding in November 07 on F2000EX-009 HB-IGQ. The paint was almost 4 years old, the airplane allways parked outside in summer and several times de-iced in winter over these 4 years. The paint was getting dull on top of the fuselage and lacked luster. After the Diamonding, the shine was back and the rainwater streaks come off much easier.
We retreated the surface a year ago and looking at it today, I can say it still is shiny and the rainwater streaks can be removed with a dry cloth.
From the cosmetic point of view the result is absolutely satisfying.
During the checks after the diamonding in November 2007 and now, we had some spots of the paint touched up and the surface treatment did not to create a problem or requiring a special surfacing treatment before applying the paint (brush touch-up). Light sanding as usual was enough.
The pictures attached show the surface before and after the Diamonding in 2007, unfortunately the dull surface of the top of the fuselage is not very visible in the pictures, it shows up better on the wings.
The leading edges were polished and treated. The shine last longer and there aren't any signs of corrosion.
Although shiny, the wing surfaces aren't more slippery than on a newly painted aircraft.
Personally, I can only recommend the treatement as for the subsequent cleaning is easier and even rinsing the surface with water and a brush is enough.
In order to satisfy the newly arising requests from the Part-145 organizations for "certification", I think it would be most beneficial if Dassault Aviation could issue an No Technical Objection (NTO) statement for the procedure and the products utilized.
For any further information, please do not hesitate to call.
+41 79 210 6025
Dear Mr. Hobiger,
I would like to introduce you to a company with which even I myself am very impressed. The company is called NOBELCLEAN and theyspecialise in high-tech paint gloss and long-lasting sealing.
The results are impressive and I'm convinced that when selling an aircraft, the investment is certainly worthwhile. Once the surface has been treated, there really is no doubting its Prime Condition.
We had a Challenger completely treated, and were able to improve the gloss level of its old, dull paint work from approx. 65% to roughly 90% (that of a new aircraft is approx. 95%). And thanks to the special sealing process, the gloss level is also maintained in the long term.
You should have a look at their web site (www.nobelclean.de) and consider whether the OE-GDI shouldn't undergo this kind of treatment too. Compared to the effect, the costs are minimal. The full treatment takes about three working days.
With kind regards from Berlin.
Int. Sales Manager - Europe
Pre-Owned Aircraft Sales
Tel: +49 (0) 30 8875 4687
Fax: +49 (0) 30 8875 4688
Mobil: +49 (0) 160 90566820
After reviewing the work on the citation you did for us, we are very satisfied with the happy shining bird staying on the ramp ready for our VIPs.
We wish you and your staff many happy clients in future and thank you for the highly appreciated flexibility you demonstrated regards the performance of the work on the aircraft - great job!
Tel: +41 (0) 41 210 41 41
Fax: +41 (0) 41 210 41 42
Good Afternoon Mr. Holldack, We are happy to confirm our customers 70m Yacht has got two different paint
systems applied on the hull.
It is a dark blue top coat originally supplied by Jotun and during last refit resprayed
with an AWLGRIP product on a considerable area of the hull.
There are no colour differences or cut lines visible.
We can confirm the paint was treated with the Nobelclean Diamonding sealer
before and after the respray.
Freundliche Grüße / Best regards i.A. Alexander Hahnel Technical Service Manager
Fassmer Beteiligungs GmbH