Typically, the ballast water treatment system BWTS goes into the engine room or pump room of a ship. The installation of a new and large system to a functioning ship involves a great deal of time and effort because of the complicated piping systems and machinery already present. The traditional method of creating detailed drawings requires manual measurements to replicate the actual site layout. Any remodeling to accommodate the new system will have to be done based on these manually-produced drawings. This entails numerous on-site inspections of the ship, and enormous amounts of design time. In addition, limitations that come with manual measurements mean that a slight error on paper could amplify to become a much larger design fault during execution.
We have undertaken a variety of challenging projects in the shipping industry and has collaborated with many shipping companies around the world. Our team has in-depth knowledge, years of experience in the field and uses state-of-the-art equipment to guarantee the appropriate level of professionalism in each project.
Our company collaborates with naval companies and field specialists and offers high quality services for shipping companies to comply with the Ballast Water Management Convention (BWM) in all Spanish ports (Valencia, Algeciras, Barcelona, Las Palmas, Bilbao, Santander ...) and Europe (Portugal, Italy, Turkey, France, Malta, Germany, Greece).
We are a company that specializes in quickly and accurately capturing current conditions, using the latest proven technologies in laser scanning and precision lifting, to achieve best practices for boat repair and new construction. The key to competitive utilization lies in being able to 3D capture the vessel "in operation" quickly, accurately and inexpensively.
The early availability of detailed and accurate 3D studies from laser scan data allows shipyards to get ahead in planning the project, designing the refurbishment, and acquiring materials ready to start work as soon as the ship arrives at the repair dock. The use of scanning helps to shorten downtime.