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A major cost of operating a ship is the cost of fuel. Any reduction in fuel consumption will result in a direct and proportional reduction in operating costs.
Keeping the hull and propeller surfaces smooth will minimize waste and improve the speed and/or distance to be gained from burning a barrel of fuel.
The self-propelled, diver driven SCAMP® cleaning machine is effective and economical.
Seaward was instrumental in developing and refining a solution to underwater structure preservation and corrosion problems.
Seaward uses the HYCOTE underwater paint formulation, which features a unique 2-part epoxy coating which is specifically designed to be applied in wet environments.
The cured coating has excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals and has a hard, smooth finish with a very low drag co-efficient.
Seaward's Lamp Ray® ROV is a portable underwater robotic hull scanner integrated with a topside data acquisition system and controller.
It performs a comprehensive hull material condition survey using sensors for ultrasonic testing, dry film thickness, and cathodic potential.
A visual data presentation with high precision ship coordinates simplifies rapid condition assessment for the customer.
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From over 200 key locations on the world's major shipping routes, Seaward and its affiliates in the SCAMP Underwater Services Worldwide Network provide the complete solution to ships' underwater problems.