Our technical team successfully performed another COMPA repair on a container ship during its navigation between Hamburg and Antwerp ports! The anti-heeling system had a faulty GRP (glass-fibre) pipe that was leaking sea water heavily. The severity of the damage was vast and dozens of layers of carbon needed to be applied. Our team worked […]
COMPA Repairs got a Certificate of Registration for a European Union trade mark for engineering services and for the repair and maintenance of various maritime structures. The trade mark is registered as a figurative mark containing word elements and is valid for a period of 10 years.
Our COMPA Repair engineers and technical specialists once again managed to repair leaking glass-fibre pipe during a port call in Antwerp, Belgium. The purpose of the repair was to ensure more permanent structural integrity and watertightness of the pipe containing natrium hydroxide (NaOH) and being the part of the scrubber system. The pipe was previously repaired by the ship’s crew using a pipe repair kit, but the pipe started leaking after […]
As an expert of Polymer Joining and Adhesive Technology in IIW (International Institute of Welding) Committee XVI, our Managing Director Darko Frank presented the article “Study of tube and tank specimens repaired using a carbon fiber reinforced epoxy“. For more info about COMPA Repairs technology, have a look at our brochure.
We had another busy month applying COMPA Repairs technology. The latest repair was conducted during the vessel’s stay in Genova port and involved repair of the crack on a leaking main sea water pipe. To reinforce the pipe and to gain watertightness, our specialists applied COMPA patches to the inner and outer side of the […]