Enabling more exhibitors and visitors to take advantage from the popularity of Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, Seawork International has now relocated to its new permanent home at Mayflower Park in Southampton. There is sufficient space for all of the exhibitors, over 600 this year, with its unique mix of onshore and on-water trade exhibitions. Within the Pacific Hall, expert engineers from Sulzer will be on hand to discuss questions relating to marine maintenance including the viability of onboard repairs.
At this year’s show Sulzer will be in the ship repair pavilion on Stand SR2, where some examples of recent repairs will be on display. These will include a cut-away electric motor and a drive train assembly that incorporates white metal bearings. With extensive machining capabilities, Sulzer can remanufacture a wide range of components and return them to operation with many years reliable service ahead.
For larger pieces of equipment, such as electrical generators, Sulzer engineers can be deployed onboard to carry out both diagnostic and repair work.
With a long history of rewinding motors and generators, Sulzer can also modify the coil design to provide improved reliability and productivity.