COSCO Sets "Ship Repair Quality Standards"

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

March 28, 2016

Nantong COSCO Shipyard Courtesy COSCO

Nantong COSCO Shipyard Courtesy COSCO

March 24, the national standards prepared by the COSCO Shipyard led - "Chinese ship repair quality standards" by the review of the national marine vessel Standardization Technical Committee ten third annual meeting, marking the first Chinese ship repair industry has a more systematic and comprehensive quality standards, to fill the domestic blank standard marine vessels, but also making China the world's first launch of a complete repair quality standards countries.

"China's ship repair quality standards," the Ministry of Civil special high-tech ships scientific and technical research projects, "International standards and safety standards for ship structure research ship construction and repair quality," the sub-topics, COSCO Shipyard for this sub-project lead unit with the Tianjin Institute of ship repair, Shipbuilding Chengxi Shipyard together to complete the standard-setting work. The standard is based on international maritime conventions, regulatory requirements, combined with the development of shipbuilding industry needs to develop, reflecting the overall level of China's ship repair, ship repair is the basic norms China quality control and management, with good applicability.

"China's ship repair quality standards" into the scope, normative references, General, hull construction, dock repair engineering, marine engineering, deck machinery, outfitting, piping, electrical engineering, air conditioning, refrigeration and ventilation equipment, fire protection engineering, painting works and special equipment, a total of 14 chapters, involving ship repair materials, content engineering inquest points, quality requirements, quality control and focus on the repair process of external inspection projects.

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