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What We Offer

We specialize in comprehensive tanker ballast structural testing, employing cutting-edge methodologies encompassing static, fatigue, impact, and pressure evaluations.

Tanker Ballast Structural Testing

Ballast structural testing is a crucial process for ensuring the stability of maritime and industrial structures.

Anode Inspection

These anodes are strategically placed to protect metal components from corrosion by sacrificing themselves.

F. A. Q's

Frequently Asked Questions

For any specific questions or inquiries, feel free to contact us directly through our contact page.

A marine inspection involves a comprehensive assessment of ships, vessels, or maritime structures to ensure compliance with safety, regulatory, and operational standards. This examination covers various aspects such as hull integrity, machinery, safety equipment, and environmental compliance, aiming to maintain the seaworthiness and reliability of marine assets.

Yes, the ballast system of boats often needs to be inspected regularly. The ballast system plays a crucial role in maintaining the stability and balance of the boat. Inspections ensure that the ballast tanks, valves, piping, and associated structures are in good condition, minimizing the risk of issues that could affect the vessel's performance and safety at sea. Regular maintenance and inspection of the ballast system contribute to the overall reliability and seaworthiness of the boat.

The cost of a ship structural inspection can vary widely depending on factors such as the size and type of the vessel, the scope of the inspection, the complexity of the structural components, and the expertise of the inspection team. Additionally, the location and accessibility of the ship can influence costs. Contact us to obtain a customised quote based on the specific details of the ship and the inspection requirements.

The frequency of boat structural inspections depends on various factors, including the type of boat, its age, and its usage. In general, boat owners are advised to conduct a thorough structural inspection at least once every 5 years for the 10 first years and then every 2.5 years afterwards. 

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