In our ski workshop, we have a modern slip from Wintersteiger that has delivered great results since we bought it in 2014. When you hand in your skis with us, you can choose a couple of different packages. "Ski Bas" is the most common and what we recommend for you who service your skis regularly and do not have any major damage.
In this package, we start by grinding the steel edges to the angle you want. Normally we put an edge angle of 2 degrees here to give the ski a well-balanced feeling. If you have your own wishes at an angle, we will of course adjust this.
When the edges are sharp and even, it's time to hang them and at the same time grind away coarser scratches in the coating, our sanding belt generally hangs the edges 1 degree, which is a good all-round solution. For other requests with specific hangings, this is done by hand. Here we refer to the package "Ski Premium".
After the edges are hung, the ski goes through the grind again, this time on a stone grinder where we level the coatings and remove the last of the damage, here the ski goes between 5-15 turns over the stone to get a smooth and nice surface.
After this, the ski is ready for structural sanding and then it is run over the stone once more, which then lays a fine structure that becomes the basis for how well the ski will slide. Thus, it is time for whey, here the ski goes over a heated polishing roller that heats the hydrocarbon whey in the coating. In this process, the embankment does not penetrate as far as with jumper embankment that is made by hand. For saturation of coatings with flourvalla, see the package "Skidor Premium".
In this package we go through the same process as in "Ski base" until it is time to hang edges and wall the skis. The vast majority, especially when it comes to freeride skis, do not want the edges hung in any other way than what we do in the machine, so the biggest reason to choose this package lies in the walling process. Here we saturate the coating with flourwalla which is heated in batches with whey iron. After the skis have been hand-cycled, we brush out of the coating to give extra good glide.
For those of you who ski a lot or go on a longer ski trip, these are the best options as it also lasts longer.
In this package we go through the same process as for the package "Ski Bas".
In this package we go through the same process as for the package "Ski Premium".
If you received an injury in your coating that goes into the core, a so-called "Core shot", this must be filled in properly so that it does not penetrate moisture that damages the core and in the worst case can cause delamination between the different layers of the ski. We do this as a step in our sanding packages and it can be added to all packages. We fix the coating before we sand it and you do not have to worry about whether the skis hold together or not.
In the event of major damage to the lining, especially when this occurs next to the steel edge, a larger piece of lining must be cut out and closed with a new lining. This is a time consuming process and a real craft to get a good result. The price for punching is in addition to our package price, a bass grinder with base replacement is thus 1000: -
The same wall that is included in our package "Ski Bas". Works well to improve on an existing jumper wall before a trip or as a summer wall at the end of the season.
The same wall that is included in our package "Ski Premium". Here we saturate the coating with flourwalla which is heated in batches with whey iron. After the skis have been hand-cycled, we brush out of the coating to give extra good glide.
No ski workshop is complete without a large selection of binding templates. We have 15 years of experience in assembling alpine skis with all types of bindings. Whether you go telemark, alpine racing, freeriding or go on a summit trip with light randonnez bindings, we solve it. When fitting old bindings, the cost of screws and necessary modifications may be added.
When a ski is reassembled with new bindings or when the existing binding is to be moved in any direction, the open holes must be plugged again so that moisture does not penetrate into the core which damages the ski.
For those who want to use the same binding on several pairs of skis or different bindings on the same ski, threaded inserts are the best solution. This allows you to unscrew the binding from the ski practically an infinite number of times and is a very flexible solution if you have several skis that you travel with and want everything in a bag, simply put the skis on top of the case with the binding next to it. The classic area of use is otherwise for those who have a ski for everything and want an alpine binding for lift-borne freeriding and then be able to change to a light tour binding for a summit trip.
If you do not buy riser skins that are pre-cut for your skis, they need to be adapted to the size of the ski. Depending on the skin involved, the skin needs to be cut to both length and width.