Marine and Shipbuilding Monthly Journal
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    Keeping dry when the outlook is wet [Mar 2017] Dave Bleyenberg explains how Hydrex Underwater Technologies’ next generation Mobdock and cofferdam designs are changing the way in which thrusters are removed and repaired. The introduction of advanced underwater repair techniques and equipment now means that entire thruster units can be removed, overhauled or propeller blades and seals replaced or
    Emergency call out steers tanker clear of trouble [Jan 2017] Early one November morning, a 7,071dwt tanker was manoeuvring in the port of Antwerp when it experienced a steering gear problem. The vessel managed to safely berth alongside and carry out cargo operations but emergency repairs where needed before the vessel could continue.
    Hydrex Averts Panama Canal Delay With Underwater Sterntube Renewal [Jan 2017] Hydrex Underwater Technology has assisted an excavation vessel hemorrhaging oil from a stern tube seal entangled with steel wire to pass safely through the Panama Canal. The 156m long, Dutch-owned vessel was unable to make the canal transit until the propeller shaft seal had been repaired,
    New Mobdock reduces rudder repair costs [Nov 2016] The introduction of a new underwater habitat for rudder repairs is saving shipowners thousands of dollars in emergency drydocking costs, according to Hydrex Underwater Technologies’ Production Executive Dave Bleyenberg. Until recently, permanent in-water rudder repairs were not possible
    Hydrex response repairs stern seal in record time [Oct 2016] Hydrex Underwater Technology has completed the emergency stern tube seal repair to a 134m chemical tanker, after the Antwerp Port Authority demanded an underwater inspection and in-situ repair to the vessel before allowing it to set sail. The vessel’s crew had carried our temporary repairs to stem the flow of lubricating oil from the stern,
    The immeasurable value of underwater inspections [Sep 2016] Building upon conventional technical skills and know-how while also taking advantage of the latest technology, Hydrex offers a unique hull monitoring service to its customers. This gives shipowners total control of their ship's hull condition and consequently its performance, with only a minimum of work on their part. Underwater inspections represent a small investment and,
    Hydrex, Fast propeller repair in Germany avoids costly drydocking [Jul 2016] Recently a team of Hydrex diver/technicians performed a propeller blade cropping on a 190-meter container bulker berthed in Hamburg. Two parts of the tip of one of the four propeller blades were damaged and needed to be cropped to restore the propeller’s efficiency. Having developed different procedures for different kinds of damage,
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