The Marine division of IRIS is headed by a chief engineer with over 10 years of experience in rank on petroleum tankers, chemical tankers and Bulk carriers.
The in depth operating knowledge helps our team to identify the critical points in a non invasive, non contact infrared and ultrasound inspection quickly and effectively. Another marine application of thermography is offshore oil platforms.
- Detecting defects early when they are small problems and prioritize maintenance based on severity criteria
- Identify exhaust insulation deficiencies which is a violation of SOLAS (Surface temperature exceeding 220 degree celcius)
- The real value is accrued from preventing fire/accidents and delays to ship and cargo operations
- An evaluation of machinery diagnostics can save a minimum of $100,000 to $150,000 per year by avoiding breakdowns which does not include the damages caused by catastrophic failures and associated environmental impacts
- Prudent to have an inspection prior dry-dock to ensure impending problem does not escape attention
- Inspection results serves as an objective evidence in securing guarantee claims