|EMEA / WEST AFRICA / IVORY COAST
|SHIP CRANES / DECK CRANES
|BRAND / MODEL
|IHI H300 190-260(25)B
Alatas Turkey specialists checked for faults and then dismantled and cleaned the damaged pieces before reassembling them. They refilled the gear oil in the gearbox. After completing the appropriate mounting, the technicians tested the grasp and performed the load test.
Alatas Turkey technicians inspected the vessel and repaired any flaws they discovered.
Alatas Turkey technicians devised the controls to locate the issues. Then they performed disassembly, cleaning, reassembly, and the load test.
A team of skilled technicians from Alatas Turkey traveled to Ivory Coast to attend to the vessel. Before starting the maintenance work, they had an initial meeting to gather information about previous transactions. Afterward, they proceeded to transfer the control block and the hydraulic motor block of the hoisting system to the vessel’s workshop.
In the workshop, the technicians disassembled the hydraulic blocks, and carefully inspected, cleaned, and reassembled all the parts. Next, they proceeded to disassemble and clean the entire hydraulic system. Once that was done, the new hydraulic motor, provided by the vessel, was transferred and mounted on the crane.
To ensure smooth operation, the technicians filled the gearbox with gear oil and utilized number 46 oil in the hydraulic system. They also removed any air from the hydraulic system to optimize its functionality.
After completing these preparations, the crane was operated, and an operation test was conducted. The technicians performed a load test by tying the heaviest part of the vessel, the grab, to assess the crane’s performance under stress. Lastly, the pressure values were measured, and the technicians confirmed that they were within normal operating ranges.
Overall, the Alatas Turkey technicians effectively attended to the vessel, ensuring that the hydraulic system and the crane were in excellent working condition.
NO:2 CRANE HOISTING HYDRAULIC MOTOR FAILURE IN ABIDJAN PORT, IVORY COAST GALLERY
Transfering the control block and the hydraulic motor block to the workshop
Checking, cleaning and reassembly of all the parts
Disassembly and cleaning the entire hydraulic system
Transferring the hydraulic motor blocks to the crane
Filling the oil