Underwater Repair and Maintenance
Providing a service that is both versatile and effective, Hydrex has built a reputation as the world’s leading underwater repair and replacement specialists. Building on an ever-expanding worldwide network of offices and support bases, Hydrex can provide fast service at reasonable costs.
The services offered range from an inspection of an external condition and any required maintenance work all the way through to highly technical major repairs or replacements of a ship’s external underwater equipment and machinery. Repairs to thrusters, propellers, rudders, stern tube seals, damaged or corroded hulls and all other underwater services are carried out by professional teams qualified to perform complex technical tasks underwater while the vessel is on-site.
Maintenance work like the replacement of anodes that are worn out can easily be carried out without any interference with the vessel’s sailing schedule. Hydrex technical personnel work closely together with owners, managers and supervisors. All procedures and techniques used are fully approved by the major classification societies.
Hydrex is renowned for bringing highest quality repairs in drydock-like conditions to ships and offshore units. All operations can be carried out in port or while the vessel is stationary at sea. Normal commercial activities can therefore continue without disruption. This helps owners extend drydock intervals and eliminates the loss of time and production that drydocking entails.
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