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SKF Quick Collect to be implemented in Capital’s ship fleet

SKF Quick Collect to be implemented in Capital’s ship fleet

SKF Quick Collect is a condition-based monitoring program that is built into a handheld device. The program enables ship operators to control costs [...]
Condition monitoring,Marine,
Industry
Orbital Marine’s SR2000 tidal turbine on site at the European Marine Energy Centre, Orkney.

Turning the tide

Tidal energy has been identified as a potentially important global source of sustainable renewable energy. A Scottish company and SKF are [...]
Maintenance,Marine,
Engineering Competence
Palumbo Shipyards

Agreement with Palumbo Shipyards

Palumbo Shipyards, a major refit and repair company operating at several sites in the Mediterranean, has signed an agreement with SKF for high-tech [...]
Marine,Mechanical maintenance,Monitoring and diagnostics,
Industry
Type Z stabilizers chosen for research vessel

Type Z stabilizers chosen for research vessel

The world’s largest research expedition vessel is scheduled for launch in 2020. The ship, which is currently being fitted out at a Norwegian [...]
Marine,
Digital Technology
Solutions for BP North Sea

Solutions for BP North Sea

BP and SKF have signed a three-year, multimillion-euro contract for the supply of condition monitoring services to BP’s UK offshore assets. As well [...]
Marine,Monitoring and diagnostics,Rotating equipment performance,
Industry
The ship lift seen from the top of the Three Gorges dam.

The big lift

The new Three Gorges ship lift is the largest and most complex of its kind in the world. SKF partnered with the Changjiang Institute of Survey, [...]
Engineering Competence,Manufacturing,Marine,
Engineering Competence
Underwater stabilizer fin replacement

Underwater stabilizer fin replacement

Beneath the waterline, most modern cruise vessels are equipped with a pair of hydraulically controlled stabilizer fins that can be deployed to [...]
Engineering consultancy,Marine,