Renewal of jib head sheaves of  the 3rd Crane in Romania, Costansa

ALATAS’ SERVICEFIELD SERVICE
LOCATION  EMEA / ROMANIA / COSTANSA
EQUIPMENT  SHIP CRANES / DECK CRANES
BRAND / MODELMACGREGOR GLB3628-2/ 28.828GR

 

Introduction:

Alatas Turkey technicians undertook a journey to Costansa, Romania, to service a vessel, engaging in tasks that ranged from coordinating with the crew to preparing and testing the crane, ensuring its impeccable condition upon delivery to the customer.

Background:

The technicians from Alatas Turkey were specifically tasked with renewing the jib head sheaves of the 3rd crane.

Alatas’ Solution:

Alatas Turkey technicians completed the renewal process and promptly delivered the crane to the customer.

Job Scope:

The Alatas Turkey technicians traveled to Costansa, Romania, where they attended to the vessel’s needs. Commencing with a toolbox meeting, they coordinated tasks in collaboration with the ship’s crew and the captain. The initial steps involved preparing the 3rd Crane for the removal of the boom head sheave assembly. This included positioning the crane at rest and securing the hook onto the ship’s deck.

Subsequently, the technicians removed the guards surrounding the boom head sheave assembly and detached the grease hoses. The wires were then secured, and a man basket provided by the ship was affixed using a rope beneath the boom’s end. The technicians meticulously disassembled the Sheaves group, placing them on the hatch cover. During this process, they replaced a damaged outer right hoisting sheave with a new one and conducted a thorough inspection of the remaining sheaves, identifying no issues.

Following the clearance of all sheaves and their transfer to the crane, the technicians installed the sheave group onto it. After reattaching the guards, installing grease hoses, and applying fresh grease to the sheave pin, the technicians conducted operational tests to ensure the crane’s functionality. In the final step, the technicians delivered the crane to the customer in optimal working condition.

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