Ship maintenance service
Scheduled vessel maintenance
Ship technical maintenance is an integral part of safe and effective operation. It encompasses a series of procedures carried out on a schedule to prevent malfunctions. The list of works varies according to the specifics depending on the type and size of the vessel, purpose, and operational conditions. However, there are a number of operations that are fundamental to the planned maintenance of marine and river vessels.

The company SpecMorService offers a full range of services for the technical maintenance of ships, boats, and yachts.

Defect identification and repair are conducted based on the certificates from classification societies: RMRS, RCO, NKK, RINA, BUREAU VERITAS
Engine maintenance
recommended works
Ship hull maintenance
Electrical maintenance
Pumps and cooling maintenance
Maintenance of anchors, chains and winches
Pipeline maintenance
Maintenance of ship boilers
Marine Engine Maintenance
General diagnostics
Checking for wear, leaks, contamination, corrosion, and other physical damage
Сhanging engine oil
It is carried out in accordance with the interval proposed by the engine manufacturer. On marine vessels, it is recommended to change the oil every 250-500 hours of operation.
Filter replacement
Air, oil, and fuel filters need to be replaced regularly to ensure maximum efficiency.
Cooling system
Checking the level and condition of the coolant, flushing and replacing if necessary.
Injection system
The correct operation of the fuel injection system is determined, with adjustment and replacement of elements as necessary.

Exhaust System

Monitoring the condition of mufflers, eliminating leaks, controlling the level of pollution.
Ship hull maintenance
Visual Inspection
This is a visual inspection for visible damage, corrosion, cracks. The condition of weld joints and composite upper decking (CUD) is also checked.
Thickness Measurement
Ultrasonic thickness measurement of the hull's metal. Helps detect potentially dangerous areas with metal wear.
Corrosion Removal
Removal of old paint, rust, and application of protective primer.
Repair Work
Scheduled or emergency repairs. Scheduled repairs are carried out according to a timetable and may include the replacement of individual hull elements, fasteners. Emergency repairs occur in case of unexpected breakdown or damage.

Hull Painting
Marine paint protects the hull from corrosion, improves the ship's hydrodynamic properties, and its exterior appearance.
Fittings Repair
Inspection and maintenance of technical apertures, valves, patches, and other hull components in working condition.
Maintenance of Ship Electrical Equipment
Maintenance of Ship Electrical Equipment is an important task related to ensuring the safety, efficiency, and reliability of maritime transport.

Ship Electrical Equipment includes various systems and components, such as electric motors, electrical panels, electronic systems, power supply systems, lighting, and communication system
Equipment Inspection
Involves a general assessment of the equipment's technical condition, checking for faults, damage, and measuring operating parameters.
System Testing
This includes high-voltage, insulation, and resistance tests to determine the quality and safety of the systems.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Maintaining the cleanliness of the equipment and its environment helps to prevent corrosion and other harmful effects.
Updating Components
Involves replacing worn or damaged components, such as cables, relays, electric motors, etc.

Proper documentation facilitates the maintenance and certification process.
Pumps and cooling systems maintenance
Ship Pumps:

1. Checking and maintaining oil quality in the pump. Pumps that use oil require periodic replacement and checking of the oil level to ensure reliable operation.

2. Measuring vibration and noise level. Excessive vibration or noise level may indicate issues that require attention.

3. Checking for leaks. Any oil or working fluid leaks must be immediately addressed.

4. Preventive replacement of spare parts. To prevent pump failure, spare parts such as seals and bearings should be regularly replaced.
Cooling System:

1. Monitoring the level of coolant. A lack of fluid can lead to overheating and engine damage.

2. Checking for blockages. The radiator and other cooling system components can become clogged, hindering the system's efficiency.

3. Checking the condition of the thermostat. The thermostat plays a crucial role in regulating the engine temperature, and its malfunction can lead to problems.

4. Conducting cleaning and flushing of the system. Over time, deposits and scale can form in the cooling system, which need to be periodically removed.
Anchor Chains, Winches, and Anchors Maintenance
A detailed inspection of all equipment is required. Ultrasonic testing (UT) is used to examine each component for visible damage, cracks, corrosion, or wear. Special attention is paid to the condition of anchor chain links and clasps, winch levers and bushings, and the anchor's shank and flukes. Indicators and sensors are calibrated and checked.
Cleaning and Lubrication
The entire mechanism should be cleaned of dirt, sand, and other contaminants that can cause wear and slow down the operation of the equipment. After cleaning, mechanical parts are lubricated to reduce friction and wear.
Brakes and Control
It is important to check the reliability of the brakes and control mechanisms. They ensure safety when using the equipment.
Parts Replacement
Any parts showing signs of wear or damage during the inspection are immediately replaced with new ones. This applies to both small parts and large components like anchor chain links or winch levers.
After all work is completed, the equipment is subject to a test run. This helps verify the correctness of the assembly and ensures all systems are functioning properly.
All conducted works and changes in the condition of the equipment must be recorded in the relevant log. This helps manage the maintenance process and monitor the equipment's condition in the long term.
Ship Boiler Maintenance
Maintenance of ship boilers is a process required to maintain the reliability and longevity of boiler equipment on a ship.

This process includes a variety of different tasks, including cleaning, repair, component replacement, corrosion examination, inspection, adjustment, and much more.
Cleaning the boiler
The first and foremost part of maintaining marine boilers is cleaning the boiler equipment of scale and slag.
Professionals then conduct necessary checks of the boiler equipment to detect any potential issues or corrosion.
Repair and Upgrade
It may be necessary to repair or replace individual components, such as the fuel pump, automatic regulator, boiler, etc., if they gradually age and decline in quality.
Boiler Tuning
Technicians tune the boilers for optimal performance including adjusting the combustion temperature and setting the exhaust gas temperature.
The functionality of warning and shutdown systems, boiler drum pressure, condition of protective equipment, and much more are checked.
Safety Check
Ship Pipeline Maintenance
Ship pipeline maintenance is an important and regular procedure that ensures the safety and efficiency of ship operations.

This includes checking the condition of the pipelines, detecting and eliminating defects and characteristic damages, as well as replacing outdated or damaged components.
Visual Inspection
First, a visual inspection of the pipelines is conducted to assess their overall condition. This includes checking for visible cracks, corrosion, leaks, or other visible damage.
Defect Detection
Ultrasonic and radiographic testing are used for more accurate determination of the integrity of the pipelines and detecting deviations from the permissible standards in terms of wall thickness and strength.
Pipe Cleaning
Pipelines are cleaned of scale, salts, oil residues, and other contaminants that can affect their operation and resistance to corrosion.
If serious defects are detected, damaged sections can be cut out and replaced with new ones, then welded and checked for leaks.
Corrosion Protection
After restoration work, pipelines are treated for corrosion protection and to increase their service life.
Pressure Testing
After completing the maintenance, pipelines are checked for leaks and pressure compliance. This is important for ensuring the safety and reliability of the system as a whole.


Ship maintenance service

Technical maintenance of the vessel is the key to reliability, safety, and durability. It's a set of measures aimed at maintaining or restoring the functionality of the ship and its systems.

Professionals from SpecMorService will carry out inspection, repair, and survey of the vessel, identify and eliminate both current and hidden defects. We care about the safety of ships and passengers.
Fault detection and repair is carried out on the basis of relevant certificates.
SpecMorService is recognized by the RUSSIAN MARITIME REGISTER OF SHIPPING, RUSSIAN RIVER REGISTER OF SHIPPING, Nippon Kaiji Kiokay, BUREAU VERITAS, RINA Services S.p.A as a provider of services for the ship repair, fault detection and survey of ship hulls and ship equipment.
International certification
Specmorservice  is the only company at the North-West of the Russian Federation certified by the international classification society NKK for carrying out work on  fault detection and thickness measurements .
Nippon Kaiji Kiokay
SpeсMorService is certified by the international classification society RINA Services S.p.A. and recognized as an approved facility for thickness measurements and fault detection.
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Certified by the Dutch classification society Bureau Veritas for thickness measurement and fault detection of hulls.
Certified by the RUSSIAN RIVER REGISTER OF SHIPPING for carrying out ship repair work, fault detection of hulls and ship equipment.
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SpecMorService is recognized by the RUSSIAN MARITIME REGISTER OF SHIPPING as a provider of ship repair, fault detection and survey.
SpeсMorService is recognized by the RMRS as an enterprise carrying out re-equipment, modernization and repair of ships, hull structures, etc.
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