3D Laser scanning lets us generate a detailed digital representation of the ship's layout. This information is then used to create accurate drawings of the ship's compartments, which are essential for planning BWTS installations in tight spaces. Having precise drawings enables engineers and technicians to identify potential issues and develop solutions before installation begins. This proactive approach can save time and money by reducing the need for costly modifications or rework once installation is underway.
Installing a BWTS on a ship is a complex task that demands careful attention to detail and precision. For effective planning and efficient execution, it's crucial to perform an accurate 3D scan of the ship's layout and then create drawings based on that scan. To consistently achieve excellent outcomes, we rely on skilled technicians and top-notch equipment.
When it's time to put a ballast water treatment system (BWTS) on your ship, precision is of utmost importance. Starting with correctly specified components can prevent delays and ensure a smooth installation process. A key step in this process is performing a precise 3D scan of the ship's layout.
Recognizing the significance of precision in BWTS installations, we employ skilled technicians and top-tier equipment to ensure consistently excellent results. Our technicians are experienced in 3D laser scanning and utilize cutting-edge equipment to guarantee highly accurate scans. Additionally, we use the latest software to convert scan data into detailed point clouds, aiding engineers and technicians in planning BWTS installations.
Our company collaborates with naval companies and field specialists and offers high quality services for shipping companies in all European ports (Portugal, France, Italy, Spain, Malta, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Turkey, ...), Spanish ports (Valencia, Algeciras, Barcelona, Las Palmas, Bilbao, Santander, Tarragona, El Ferrol, Cartagena, Avilés ...) and North Africa