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SPECIALIST TOOLS


UNIQUE ABRASIVE POWER TOOLS FROM DYNABRADE


Dynabrade has earned a reputation and position of continued leadership in the innovation design and manufacturing of unique abrasive power tools. Founded in Clarence New York in 1969 Dynabrade is always looking for the best solution for its end users.


Their products are supported technically at site by their application engineers who are happy to call on customers when required offering a demonstration of their


products with no obligation, which is a proven way to find which tools are best suited to a specific application.


WORKING WITH MANUFACTURERS Working closely with manufactures in the wind energy, aerospace and marine sectors, the company has an understanding of the range of tools to achieve the finish that would be required by these industries.


The Dynabrade Vacuum Tool range has been developed with the users working environment in mind reducing airborne dust at the point of application. Whether


THE NECESSITY FOR PLANNED MAINTENANCE SOFTWARE


Mainprize Offshore Ltd has appointed MaraSoft as their provider of the MARAD planned maintenance software. They realise that to offer a truly 24/7-365 service their vessels need to be well maintained in line with and often above manufactures recommendations.


ESSENTIAL INFORMATION They have at their fingertips so much information as well as the vessels maintenance schedules. This is essential to taking full advantage of every opportunity that arises, be it a maintenance, weather or standby days.


Their head office can view spares and consumables on-board, schedule maintenance, historic maintenance, vessels certificates, loose lifting gear, past and due inspections.


ACCESSIBILITY


This enables the company to bring forward services when time allows and also highlights if the manufactures service guides have required adjusting, which happens on


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PUWER regulations, listing each and every item on-board including switches, lights, sockets and of course loose lifting gear and lifting plans.


There is also a section to include the in-depth inspections and servicing of each item as required. The guys at MaraSoft have been extremely helpful since Mainprize Offshore’s original set up some years ago. Since then they have fitted this system to four vessels and it will be fitted to the soon to be launched MO1 and next year the MO2.


occasions. They can fine tune the vessels servicing to their operations, constantly reviewing their operations, work load and service level required.


The system used correctly allows the viewing and retrieval of a huge amount of information and includes sections on safety equipment, certificates, drills and checks.


LOLAR AND PUWER REGULATIONS They have also added sections to allow Mainprize Offshore to adhere to LOLAR and


PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS The company strives to be classed against the most professional operators, operating to ISO9001, ISO14001, OHSAS18001 to STCW95 standards with full planned maintenance systems in place.


Mainprize Offshore


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it being surface preparation, repairing defects on moulds or trimming flashing from leading and trailing edges on turbine blades the tool range covers all phases of production of moulds, turbine blades and towers.


For surface preparation and repair they have a complete range of vacuumed sanders from a random orbital sander with a 2.5mm orbit for ultra finishing to the more powerful two-handed gear-driven sander for rapid material removal.


TOOL SPOTLIGHT


The two handed gear driven sander has an epicycloicdal motion for aggressive material removal and filler sanding, therefore reducing application time. This tool has a powerful 900rpm motor and has an overskirt/shroud for enhanced vacuum capability and greater work-piece visibility.


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