Recently we were requested to service 4 fuel pumps for 2 DEUTZ S/BV6M 628 main engines from an offshore drill ship. These “senior” fuel pumps from 1981 (first series -EVA1) were taken from board and fully overhauled in our workshop. After installation and alignment on the engine, the engines were succesfully put back into service.
Recently we were called by a Norwegian shipowner concerning a breakdown of one of the auxiliary engines Type MWM TD226-6. After initial inspection, we found that one liner was cracked. In order to save time, it was decided to not remove the engine from its foundation, in order to replace it. However, with a very limited working space of accessing the crankcase, we succeeded to bring the engine back in reliable operation with a minimal delay for the ship owner.