Crankshaft for a boat motor repaired on site at the factory whet it arose handling damages on the journal. The repair took a total av 2 days with polishing and testing carried out for all the approvals of the work.
A “blue test” after work to check that the contact surface is sufficient.
Top cylinder liners fit plated with a nickel that is completely non-porous for the best corrosion protection.
Cut/worn bearings positions of camshafts made on the spot without the need to desassemble. Al it takes is to expose the surface of the brushplating.
The seats of the exhaust valves in the cylinder heads is brushplating with a dense layer of nickel, which gives a very good corrosion protection. It’s also possible to make a measurement adjusting to not having to get up to an oversize, or as a last rescue when the seat is in the last dimension.
Main bearing positions have been restored to their original dimensions after a major accident, since these had severe injuries that had occurred on a larger boat engine. After a laser measuring all bearing positions in the block made it even more plating when it was apparent that more positions were out of line.