- Rope Access Inspection
- Bottom-Pit Inspection
- Pipe Internal Inspection (Rat Patrolling)
- Hull Visual Inspection
- Voyage Inspection
- Structure Condition Assessment
- Life Extension Survey
- CAP Survey
Pipe Internal Inspection (Rat Patrolling)
A technician “ratting” his way through a pipe.
Conducted on pipes above 550mm in diameter. Pits located inside and at the bottom of pipes will be reported. Photographs of map-like corrosions will be presented. If needed, a repair recommendation plan will proposed.
An example of a patched “map-like” grooved corrosion seen on the visible portion of a bottom plate.
Prior to dock-yarding, this inspection is done on the ship’s bottom plate. A map-like presentation of the corrosion in the form of photographs will be given.
An example of corrosion.
Checks are made to locate pitted surface, erosion, broken seat-ring, pitted housing and loose locknuts. A recommendation for repair will also presented.
Hull Visual Inspection
An example of a typical concentrated corrosion hole on the web plate detected through hull inspection.
Aging ships are especially prone to corrosion problems requiring detailed inspection. Our services also include a detailed survey report containing inspection results, photos, proposed repair plans and steel weight calculations (if required).