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The Admiralty goes back to sea

TH COMPANY Mexico has refitted and held final trials on the Admiralty, a vessel owned by Pacífico Industrial S.A. (PISA), which is located between Guaymas and Yavaros. The vessel had been out of the water for 8 years. The owners entrusted our company and our technical staff with rebuilding the whole hydraulic installation and the catch manoeuvring equipment.

New main deck equipment (a WS-250 winch) was built and the existing anchor equipment was refurbished and upgraded, including the modification and refurbishment of the braking system. The whole hydraulic system was also refurbished, with the tank size being recalculated and modified to ensure that our design would work properly.

Proof of proper operation can be seen in the vessel’s recent entry into port with a catch of 8 tonnes. A job well done!

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