Marine Engine Lube Oil Testing
Marine Engine and auxiliary hydraulic equipment require special attention in oil analysis. Operating at high loads under extreme temperature and weather conditions expose marine engine lubrication oils to high levels of contamination from water, soot, acids and heavy metals from routine component wear. Oil Sampling and Laboratory Analysis is a cost effective way of determining possible engine problems. Re-powering a boat is always a huge expense. Ask about Marine Lube Oils Testing for more information.
Ultrasonic Thickness Gauging
Specialized Dry Dock and Shipyard Services Offered - Hull Thickness Measurements using Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges. Computerized Readouts, All Hull Material Types from Steel to Fiberglass. Corrosion Analysis Reports. Meets USCG/ABS Reporting Requirements
Non-Destructive Dye Penetrant Surface Inspection helps to detect seen and unseen flaws in critical marine components. Propulsion Shafts, Propellers, Safety Rails, Deck Gear, Sail Rigging Components may all be harboring unseen defects that could lead to catastrophic failure.
Noise Hazard Assessment
Noise Hazards on both Recreational and Commercial Vessels pose a risk to personnel. A Noise Hazard Assessment identifies High Risk Areas on your vessel and provides a noise risk mitigation strategy to minimize exposure to high levels of noise. Sound Surveys are also useful when demonstrating regulatory compliance for US Coast Guard or OSHA Inspectors.