Ocean Engineering specialises
in the following areas:
Completed IACS approved ship repair projects include:
- Stripping and rigging out auxiliary and main engine spares up to and including crankshaft.
- Stripping Main and auxiliary engine repairs.
- Onsite machining.
- Replacement of deck crane sheeves with steel wire rope in place.
- Name changes.
- Anchor and chain replacement.
- Windlass removal and overhaul.
- Pipe fabrication, steel fabrication and fitting.
- Hydraulic repairs.
RIGGING & LOAD TESTING
- Machine moving new ram`s and cylinders where necessary.
- Stripping out, rigging and installing plant.
- Supply, certification and repair of spreaders and rigging equipment.
- Installation, repairs and maintenance of fenders.
- Installation and repairs to STS cranes including onsite line boring.
- All repairs to port tugs and pilot boats.
- Refurbishment of hydraulic cylinders up to 14m in length including new ram`s and cylinders where necessary.
- Onsite line boring and internal orbital welding.
- Jacking out bushes, machining and fitting new.
- Repairs to damaged booms, stick and H-links.
- IACS approved coded welding.
- Welding in Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Steel and Cast Iron.
- HDPE Electrofusion pipework.
- Orbital internal welding.
- Machine moving.
- Installation of new cells.
- Fabrication and installation of barriers.
- Installation maintenance and load testing of overhead gantries.
Ocean Engineering played a significant part in contributing to the success of the shutdown of the manganese ore plant refurbishment during October and November 2006 in the Port Elizabeth harbour. During this 3 week period, Ocean Engineering supplied cranage, rigging and mechanical engineering at a tempo required for this project to be a success within a very tight schedule.
After Hours Service.
Ocean Engineering has always attended to client breakdowns on a 24/7 basis. Our technicians and staff regularly work long hours in order to ensure project success. Our riding crews also frequently work away from home. get support now
This is part of our culture.