|EMEA /TURKEY/ TULZA
The hydro motor’s breakdown was discussed during a meeting of the Alatas Turkey technicians. On the old hydro motor, they dismantled and installed A and B hydraulic blocks. In addition to making recommendations, they installed and tested the new hydro engine.
The Alatas Turkey technicians attended to the vessel to replace the hydro engine.
First, the Alatas Turkey specialists investigated the cause of the hydro motor’s failure. To address the issues, they performed removal, mounting, cleaning, and advice.
- After attending to the vessel, the technicians met and discussed what caused the hydro motor to malfunction. According to reports, the crane failed to lift during the 35-ton batch test, and the hydro engine malfunctioned as a result of the crane being pressed. The A and B hydraulic blocks of the old hydro motor were removed and placed on the new hydro motor by the specialists.
- After finishing the new hydro motor, the old oils on the brake and transmission surfaces were wiped off. During the cleaning process, the technicians discovered metal shards in the old oil.
- Then it was recommended to inspect the transmission and drain and replace the old transmission oil with fresh oil.
- The technicians put the new Hydro engine together and tested it, and they found no issues with hydraulic leakage or hydraulic components.
- O-rings for the hydraulic blocks were further provided by the ship. The technician was informed that the originals needed to be replaced since they were worn out.
- Finally, Alatas Turkey specialists advised replacing the steel rope on it since it was deformed.