WWTechnic

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We are a provider of technical competences and skills to ship building, ship repair, off-shore, oil & gas, power & heat industries.

Our highly qualified engineers and technicians specialize in the following fields: electrical, automation, mechanical and civil.

WW Technic automation engineers do the commissioning of Exhaust Gas System on ships: start-up of system components, fine tuning, trouble shooting, test run during sea trials, performance test for classification society and shipowners, handling of defects, modification in PLC program.

Our LNG tank expert checks civil design of the tank, controls construction during erection, evaluates contractors' proposals, checks and controls documentation.

We also provide management skills in the field of: supervision, site management and project management.

Currently we have a pool of engineers and technicians able to work in the international environment.
Under the agreement with Wärtsilä Moss, WW Technic automation engineers are part of commissioning teams on board of sea going ships. The system is installed on ships navigating in environmentally sensitive areas. It eliminates sulphur that comes with the engines fuel. The system is suitable for continuous automatic operation.

Our automation engineers have been involved in:
supporting the customer during final phase of installation and pre-commissioning of exhaust gas cleaning systems on RCCL vessels: Oasis, Allure, Eclipse, Enchantment, Infinity.

RCCL Harmony

NGL IMG 5261 obr z podpisem We are a contractor in ship building, ship repair, off-shore, oil & gas, power & heat industries for: 
  • installation,
  • commissioning,
  • overhaul,
  • repair,
  • refurbishment,
  • in-situ machinig.



2-STROKE ENGINES X35 FOR WINTHERTUR GAS&DIESEL, SWITZERLAND

Since September 2015 WW Technic has been acting as a Contractor for the overhaul of 2-stroke Main Engines X35 made by Wartsila. NGL Machining as a Subcontractor has been carrying out the machining of cylinder covers, cylinder liners and crankshaft connecting flange on the ships harboured in Spain, Panama and South Korea.