Smaller engines and generators support essential systems such as navigation, communications, alarms, bilge pumps, re pumps and loading systems. A vessel’s commercial success depends on these engines starting reliably.
Today’s shipping vessels operate with a constant flow of diverse fluids, moving inside and through different machinery and systems for numerous purposes. A pump supports virtually every major machine and/or operation on board a ship. In this paper, ARO Pumps gives purchasers the lowdown on choosing the right marine pumps for longevity, performance and reliability.
Under SOLAS regulations, ships certified to sail in cold climates must have enough immersion suits for all the crew and guests they are licensed to carry, and to stay within safety guidelines they need to be repaired or replaced regularly. In this easy-to-follow Q&A guide, Viking Life-Saving Equipment outlines all the details you need to know to decide whether to continue to service suits or get them replaced.
It is crucial to have a clear understanding of the issues that need to considered and clarified when there is a need to service or repair onboard equipment.
This briefing paper guide, courtesy of IMPA chairman & CEO Jan R. Johannessen, purchasing manager at Fred. Olsen Marine Services give you all you need to know about arranging service or repair for onboard equipment.