Our workshop is always a hub of activity, with engineers carrying out many different workscopes.
Last week was no different, except for a welcome addition to our team;
We’re currently overhauling a Cummins K19 engine for one of our offshore operators and the platform rotating equipment engineer joined us for the week to see for himself how things are progressing, to share information on his critical engine, and see how things get done at Bartech.
After going through all the required safety protocols with testing and of course ensuring social distancing is maintained, it’s been a pleasure to welcome him into our family, even if only for a brief time.
This process has allowed us more conversations and the opportunity to gain an even deeper understanding of the operator's day to day considerations.
We’re pleased to be able to offer this transparency to our operators for two main reasons:
- You see exactly how we treat your assets and have full assurance of our standards
- We get to know you and your operation better and advise on any tweaks to maintenance plans and possible ways to improve the reliability and efficiency of your critical engines
Our engineers Cris and Ed working on the engine:
I think it’s safe to say the experience was worthwhile and he had this to say:
“I have been at Bartech for a few days to work alongside the engineers overhauling one of our critical engines and carrying out investigations into operational issues. I have been impressed with the engineer's procedures and record-keeping during the strip and inspect phase that I have witnessed.”