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Awarded first
runner-up in the innovation
category at the Yacht Report's
2005 ISTIA awards ceremony
 
Read a few recent emails we've recieved.
  "A representitive from Railstar has demonstrated to us what they mean by their claim, "DARE TO DELIVER". After mixing up some double component clear, it was left in the sun for approx. one hour untill the viscocity of product was beyond what any applicator would comfortably dare to deliver (by brush). With the Railstar system in place, I watched as he delivered a coat on a section of our rail. This was the thickest coat of product I had ever believed to be possible. The coat flowed, self-levelling untill an amazing depth and gloss was achieved."--
Chief Officer James Barnett; M/Y Shandor, 50 m. Expedition
  "My review of Railstar after employing this system on several refits is as follows: Railstar is an intelligent, professional approach to yacht finishing and we can all easily appreciate its long term benefits on our environment."--
Capt. David Clarke, M/Y Mi Gaea, 48m Feadship
  "With the government cracking down on environmental concerns, yards and vessels need to make pollution control an integral part of their refit plan. We recently stripped over 300' of teak handrail and applied 12 coats of varnish. Railstar was of great value in reducing the spill of shavings into the water and making the task of cleaning up both quick and easy. Railstar also enabled us to apply much thicker coats without having to worry where the excess would go."--
Capt. Stephen D. Paul, M/Y Katharine, 56m Trinity
  "Railstar absolutely delivered on all its claims! The system was quickly installed, effective in containing run-off material and then easily disassembled & stored for future use. We also noted that the Railstar System attracted the attention and admiration of the neighbouring captains. We will definitely use it again!--
Captain Glynn Smith, M/Y CV-9, 40m Delta
 
  IS REMARKABLE !!!
Railstar • Rail Maintenance System • Ft. Lauderdale, Florida     U.S. Patent 7,007,627, B1 site by: ccpalma