CP Propeller Inspection & Polish
- January 18, 2022
- Posted by: Stone Marine Shipcare
- Category: Stone Marine Shipcare News
2022 begins just as 2021 left off…
Our skilled propeller technician recently attended a local shipyard to complete an inspection and polish on 2 CP propellers.
Upon inspection, it was evident that blade palm machining was required on all blades.
The machining of the palm faces and polishing were completed within a tight schedule allow the docking schedule to continue as planned.
Stone Marine Shipcare understand that time scale is a critical factor in shipping & we ensure that an efficient service is provided to our customers.
Please get in touch to discuss your propeller needs for 2022.
How can we help?
Contact our service support team to find out more about any of the services we offer.
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