By Don Butler DTI Combined first class Engineers Certificate of competency for steam ships and motor ships.Chartered Engineer (C. Eng)Fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineers (F.I.Mar.E)Member of Society of Consulting Marine Engineers (M.C.M.S)
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5 2 Internal 5 4 3 Drydocking works 37 3 Steel works Applicable to Grade A shipbuilding steels. l M arking off the external area of hull plating on vertical side up to a height of 2 meters, cropping by hand burning, and removal of all cropped plating. l D ressing and preparation of plate edges of remaining external plating. l D ressing and preparation of remaining internal structure. 5, and applying one coat of owner’s supplied holding primer. l T ransportation of new plate to vessel, fitting up, wedging in position, minor fairing and dressing of plate edges in the immediate vicinity, applying first runs of welding on one side, back gouging from other side, and finally filling and capping to give fully finished weld.
Removing internal floor plates, or grating, cleaning, painting, and refitting. Small vessels Cable dia. (mm) Man-hours (per side) <25 25–50 75 90 Large cargo vessels and oil tankers DWT Man-hours (per side) <20,000 20,000–50,000 50,000–100,000 100,000–200,000 200,000–300,000 Over 300,000 100 130 140 200 250 270 Note: Removal of sludge will be charged extra per m3. 36 Guide to Ship Repair Estimates Staging This item is usually charged within a particular job. When included within the charge of a job, that job price is increased accordingly.
The rate for copper pipe renewals is estimated as 300% that of schedule 40 steel pipes. 2 Pipe clamps Supply and fitting of new pipe clamps together with the supply of new standard material fastenings. Including welding of clamp to ship’s structure. Pipe dia. 3 Spool pieces Removal of existing steel penetration pieces from bulkheads or decks, fabrication and installation of new straight, seamless steel, penetration pieces with two flanges and one flat bulkhead compensation flange welded in place.