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PROJECT FACTS: LEONARDO DA VINCI Ship Type: Cutter Suction Dredger

18 June 2012 Monday



PROJECT FACTS: LEONARDO DA VINCI
Ship Type: Cutter Suction Dredger
Gross Tonnage 5,760
Dead Weight: 1,490
Year Built: 1985
Engine: DEUTZ SBV 8M540
Engine Output: 3,295 kW
RPM: 600 RPM

3 ENGINES OVERHAULED IN
LESS THAN 3 WEEKS FOR
CUTTER SUCTION DREDGER
24,000 HOUR PMS OF 3 DEUTZ SBV8M540

One of the world’s most powerful self propelled cutter
dredger Leonardo Da Vinci, with over 20,000 KW installed
diesel power, required a full overhaul and reconditioning of
vessels 3 main engines after more than 24,000 running
hours. Timelines were extremely tight and logistics for the
project extremely challenging. This project proved the value
of the service agreement between Denis Diesel and Goltens
Dubai to fulfill the task within a very demanding schedule of 3
weeks.
The day after the vessel berthed in DUQM yard in Oman, a
team of 1 Senior Supervisor, 1 Foreman and 6 technicians
boarded the vessel and worked around the clock together
with 4 service engineers from Denis to perform the engine
dismantling works.
The engine components were transported from DUQM
OMAN to Dubai (a total distance of 1500 KM with 2 custom
process stoppages between borders). Working 24/7 in
Goltens’ workshop, all items were completely refurbished
and dispatched in less than 1 week in accordance with the
project plan.
REPAIRS CONSISTED OF:
• Supplied a team of 1 Senior Supervisor, 1 Foreman & 6
technicians for onboard repairs
• Full reconditioning of 24 cylinder heads and all
attachments
• Full inspection/calibration of Pistons
• Honing & skimming of liner landing surfaces
• Inspection of 2 main lube oil pumps
• Ultrasonic Cleaning of Air Coolers
• Reassembly and operational testing of engines
RESULTS:
Only 18 days after project start, Goltens and Denis handed 3
fully operational engines back to the ship’s crew and the
vessel returned to operation with full efficiency.



Posted on 18 June 2012 Monday with tags: allen, crew, cylinder, deutz, diesel, engine, kw, liner, man, oil, piston, port, power, pump, recon, recondition, repair, rpm, ship, vessel, vessels, yard,


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