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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,
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,
Industry
The force of Magnus

The force of Magnus

There are only a handful of paths to making the world’s shipping industry greener and at the same time profitable. One route involves hull and engine [...]
Bearing life,Bearings,Marine,