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Seaward Completes Hull Cleaning and Inspection on Museum Ship Battleship MISSOURI

Posted July 31, 2014
Written by Cecil C. Achord
Pearl Harbor, HI- The USS MISSOURI Memorial Assn. tasked Seaward Marine Services Inc. to perform an underwater hull cleaning using SCAMP and hull inspection to include documentation of the 146 existing hull penetration blanking cofferdams.  Divers completed hull cleaning and inspections within a 10-day window in July using the Scamp multi-brush platform for cleaning the larger areas and smaller areas with single-brush units followed by divers completing the documentation of the hull penetration blanks.

The SCAMP multi-brush platform used to clean the 123,180 sqft of hull surface on the Museum Ship MISSOURI can clean approximately 450 ft2/min depending on the extent of fouling.

 

Seaward Marine Divers pictured left to right: Stan Wujek, JB Nielson, Ikoa Nixon, Craig Cohen, Diving Supervisor Norm Bradley, Casey Field, and Elijah Morse.


 

Museum Ship Battleship MISSOURI Hull Cleaning 7-2014 from Seaward Marine Services, Inc. on Vimeo.

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