Engine Room 3D laser scanning 83961 t Large GNL tanker for BWTS retrofit

In order to determine how and where to install a Ballast Water Treatment System on the target vessel, as well as the required characteristics of the system, a feasibility study needs to be conducted. This phase involves the collection and review of vessel documentation. No single system offers a perfect fit for all vessel types, and this review helps establish the vessel’s specific needs. Laser scanners are also extremely useful during ship inspections as they can be used to quickly and easily prepare 360-degree images and detailed maps of scanning positions, which can then be stored in a vessel's inventory library for use by anyone. In summation, laser scanning is a quick, easy, and extremely accurate tool for both everyday ship management purposes and retrofitting projects.​

Global Marine Scanning offers a 3D laser scanning service to assist owners and yards to be ahead of the market, planning the project, designing the refit and procuring materials ready to begin work as soon as the vessel reaches the repair dock. Vessel Type - Detailed: LNG Tanker Gross Tonnage: 98978 DWT Summer: 83961 t Length Overall x Breadth Extreme: 288.2 x 43.44 m

Engine Room 3D laser scanning 83961 t Large GNL tanker for BWTS retrofit
Engine Room 3D laser scanning 83961 t Large GNL tanker for BWTS retrofit

We collaborate with naval companies and field specialists and offer high-quality services for shipping companies in all Spanish ports (Valencia, Algeciras, Barcelona, ​​Las Palmas, Bilbao, Santander ...), Portugal, France, Germany, Turkey, Malta, Italy, Gibraltar, Europe, America and North Africa.

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