Hydrex Completes In-situ Repair Job

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Hydrex office in Algeciras is ready to mobilize immediately with their two dedicated dive support catamarans. Both vessels are fully equipped as service stations for a wide range of repair operations. The ideal location of the office allows for a fast response in the bay of Algeciras, Gibraltar and North African ports.
 
As part of the Hydrex group, Hydrex Spain takes advantage of the companies’ 37 years of experience. All operations are carried out by highly certified diver/technicians all of which have been trained in the headquarters in Antwerp and have extensive experience, enabling the office to offer their customers the high quality Hydrex is known for.

Jobs recently carried out by Hydrex Spain include a propeller modification, pipe repairs, rudder repairs and stern tube seal repairs in Algeciras, propeller modifications in Cadiz and an azimuth bow thruster removal and reinstallation on a pipe laying vessel in Cartagena.

 

Source: Hydrex

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