Asset Based Solutions

Naval Equipment

The harsh over-and-under-the sea environments have an impact on the condition and integrity of vessels, marine equipment, electronic equipment, and even onboard weapons in naval ships.

Intense weather conditions, humidity levels, salt and harsh operations are all factors that contribute to damaging the structural integrity of naval equipment by generating faults and damage such as corrosion of metal parts, leading to further operations technical issues.

These forms of faults and damage occur gradually and may be difficult to spot timely and visually and repair without extensive costs and off-hire downtime.

Today, an increased focus on asset integrity, off-hire reduction and cost savings during a vessel's lifecycle, has awakened shipping companies and naval organisations to the necessity of regular ship inspections and proactive maintenance of their structures and equipment to avoid any issues before they arise.

We are solution providers on a wide range of maritime industry issues concerning the structural integrity and maintenance of naval vessels and equipment.

Our solutions, tailored to the maritime assets include:

  • Vessel damage and repair management
  • Risk Based Inspection [RBI]
  • Tank Inspection
  • Piping Inspection
  • Weld Integrity Assessment
  • Marine corrosion testing and monitoring
  • Structural integrity assessment of ship hulls
  • Ship and yacht floor inspection

We have extensive hands-on experience in the successful management and delivery of the entire inspection and testing fields. We can utilise inspection teams, rope access teams, scaffolders, blasters, coating painters and welders. We ensure all works are carried out properly, to meet engineering and standards requirements.

Our solutions find territory in the maritime industry where assets such as vessels and naval equipment are of paramount importance.

There are well-established Non-Destructive Testing [NDT] methods employed in the maritime industry – all of which make naval vessels and equipment inspection and maintenance reliable and compliant. These are nowadays complemented by high-tech –yet proven– technological alternatives that allow faster and more productive mapping of naval equipment issues in an economical and non-intrusive manner.

These technologies and methods include, but are not limited to: