Technical Engineer :+6281364472340; SALES: +6282137755858
Central Legenda Point Blok i-2 No.9 RT003/RW012, Baloi Permai, Batam Kota, Batam, Kepulauan Riau 29431

HYDRAULIC SOLVING PROBLEMS

  • Abnormal Exessive Noise
  • Exessive Heat
  • Incorrect Flow
  • Incorrect Pressure
  • Faulty Operation
  • Foaming Oil
  • Directional Control Valve Position Not Changing
  • Oil Leakage internal & external

MAXIMIZING HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE

  • Conduct Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Schedule
  • Perform Visual Inspection or Detection 
  • Analysis 
  • Correction

SALES

  • New Products
  • Product Alternative/Equivalence as Existing
  • Used Products (guaranteed )
  • Custom

ELECTRICAL & CONTROL SERVICE

  • Fire Safety Alarm
  • Safety Device Main
  • Engine, Generator
  • Steering Gear Calibration
  • Oil Water Separator (OWS)
  • Electrical Control AC / DC on the Deck Machinery
  • Generator AC / DC
  • Lighting Navigation
  • Auto Compressor
  • Power Distribution
  • Insulation Test / Megger Test
  • New Building
  • Cargo Oil Control
  • Steering Gear
  • Panel Controller
  • Megger Test

TOOLS FOR RENT

  • Hydraulic Cylinder  Jack 10 T – 200 T
  • Hydraulic Cylinder Jack Hollow 35 T
  • Hydraulic Hand Jack 700 Bars
  • Hydraulic Power Pack volume 150 liter, 270 bars
  • Hydraulic Crimping Hose
  • Generator Portable 1 Phase 5 KVA
  • Generator Portable 3 Phase 12 KVA
  • Machine Press 
  • Water Jet Pump 250 Bar
  • Pressure Test ( Kyowa Tester 1000 bars )

PRECOMMISSIONING DECK MACHINERY

  • ANCHOR WINCH
  • MOORING WINCH
  • PEDESTAL CRANE
  • CARGO LINE VALVE
  • STEERING GEAR
  • SHARK JAW
  • TOWING PIN
  • AHTW SYSTEM
  • CAPSTAN
  • HATCH COVER

WINCHES  BRAKE HOLDING TEST

  • ANCHOR WINDLASS
  • MOORING WINCH

HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT (HPU)

  • Fabrication As Custom
  • Modification

HYDRAULIC CYLINDER PRESSURE TEST  

Test procedure

The procedure for conducting the test is as follows:

    1.  Secure the cylinder with its service ports up.
    2.  Fill both sides of the cylinder with clean hydraulic fluid through its service ports.
    3. Connect ball valves (1) and (2), gauges (3) and (4), relief valve (5) and directional control valve (6) as shown in Figure 
    4. With ball valves (1) and (2) open, stroke the cylinder using the directional control valve (6) multiple times to remove all remaining air from both sides of the cylinder – take care not to ‘diesel’ the cylinder.
    5. Position the piston rod mid-stroke and close ball valve (2).
    6. With the adjustment on the relief valve (5) backed out, direct flow to the rod side of the cylinder.
    7. Increase the setting of relief valve (5) until the cylinder’s rated pressure is seen on gauge (3).
    8. Close ball valve (1) and center directional control valve (6). Note: it is assumed that the hydraulic power unit used to conduct the test has its own over-pressure protection – not shown in Figure 1.
    9. Record the respective pressure readings on gauges (3) and (4) and monitor any change over time.

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