Lifetime extension of rotating equipment through smart maintenance
Karsten Moholt is a complete service centre and a one-stop shop for rotating machinery and equipment.
New international requirements for the carbon footprint of ships, sheds new light on the importance of maintenance and repair of machines.It is now a requirement that ships traveling in international waters can document their environmental footprint, using the CII (carbon intensity indicator) *. As of 2023, this applies to all ships above 5,000 GT in the transport, the Ropax and the cruise sectors. The ships will be rated on a scale from A to E based on their imprints. That may imply that ships classified below grade C could be refused a permission to sail....
A ski lift engine at Myrkdalen Fjellheiser AS broke down on the first day of the seasonal holidays. Karsten Moholt diagnosed the motor in our workshop. The necessary parts were ordered with express delivery and the engine was repaired, assembled, tested and returned to the customer in 3 days.
Myrkdalen Fjellheiser AS
COSL needed to recertify and document that their rigs COSL Innovator and COSL Pioneer were in accordance with relevant standards and government requirements. Karsten Moholt overhauled and repaired their Ex motors on board the rigs and in our workshop at Askøy.
COSL Pioneer & COSL Innovator
The vibration course was held for the crew at Stena Drilling and was the third course for Stena in a short period of time. The course combined theory and interactive tasks with Pruftechnik instruments. The qualifying staff were certified according to ISO18436-2.
Karsten Moholt was commissioned to fabricate a new bearing shield for a generator on land for Østensjø Rederi AS. The work was carried out by Karsten Moholt at our workshop in Bergen. The workshop is certified by DNV to perform this type of job.