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3D scanning for pipe spools

It is certainly wonderful more and more owners trusted the 3D scanning technology and wanted us to do the scanning for even spool replacement. The work done is just a recreation of as built pipes but due to time constraints, 3D scanning was requested by the chief engineer to cross verification and clash check.

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Clash checking

Using the same BWTS design of the sister vessels is one of the cost-effective way of implementing the BWTS. However, a clash checking is inevitable for each vessel to find out the interference even if the vessels are identical

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BWTS Design

Just to share some pictures from the design, BWTS retrofit project. hashtag#bwts hashtag#retrofit hashtag#design, www.oshiana.com | info@oshiana.com

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3D Scanning Singapore

We had to capture as many as possible because the system was not chosen Contact us in info@oshiana.com | www.oshiana.com #scanning #bwts #tankers #retrofit #3dscanning #marineengineering #piping #marine

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Phase Two Re-opening: Updated Requirements and Measures for Port of Singapore and Singapore-registered ships

As Singapore moves into Phase Two of Safe Transition, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has updated the requirements for crew change for cargo ships in the Port of Singapore and the resumption of specific activities onboard pleasure craft subject to safe distancing requirements. MPA will also enhance support to seafarers working onboard …

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Approved Cases of Crew Change Cross 13,000 as Singapore Observes Day of The Seafarer

       The annual Day of the Seafarer pays tribute to seafarers and acknowledges the contributions they have been making in maintaining the flow of goods. During this trying time of COVID-19 pandemic, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) recognises the challenges seafarers face and has been working with the industry, unions …

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ADVISORY FOR SHORE PERSONNEL AND SHIP CREW VISITING OR WORKING ONBOARD VESSELS ALONGSIDE WHARVES, IN SHIPYARDS AND AT ANCHORAGES

Precautionary Measures for Marine Services Providers in Singapore : MPA 1. The following additional precautionary measures should be considered by marine services providers when conducting marine operations for vessels. These additional measures are drawn up based on consultations with Singapore’s Ministry of Health. Shore personnel or the vessel’s master and crew, as appropriate, should: a. …

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