|EMEA / TURKEY / YALOVA
|SHIP CRANES / HATCH COVER
In the realm of maritime repairs, precision and efficiency are paramount, especially when it comes to tasks as intricate as cutting and removing piston pins. Alatas Turkey, a stalwart in maritime technical solutions, recently undertook a challenging operation in Yalova, showcasing their adeptness in navigating shipyard entry protocols and overcoming unexpected hurdles. This article delves into the meticulous process, challenges faced, and seamless resolution that exemplifies Alatas Turkey’s commitment to excellence.
The vessel stationed in Yalova beckoned the attention of Alatas Turkey technicians, who were tasked with the delicate operation of cutting and removing piston pins. This procedure demands technical expertise and a keen understanding of shipyard protocols to ensure smooth and safe execution.
The technicians from Alatas Turkey approached the vessel in Yalova with a clear mission: to initiate the cutting process with precision. However, before the sparks of machinery could fly, they devoted a substantial four hours to navigate the intricate protocols of shipyard entry. This meticulous preparation is a testament to Alatas Turkey’s commitment to safety and adherence to industry standards.
As the technicians commenced transporting equipment to the vessel, signaling the initiation of the cutting process, an unexpected obstacle emerged in the form of a battery failure. Undeterred by this unforeseen challenge, the technicians swiftly addressed the issue on October 11th, 2023, replacing the malfunctioning battery and restoring the operation to full functionality.
The hurdles were overcome, and the Alatas Turkey technicians resumed their task with unwavering focus. The cutting and removal of two piston pins required a delicate touch, and the technicians demonstrated their prowess in executing the operation precisely. The successful completion of this task stands as a testament to the resilience and technical acumen of Alatas Turkey.