Maximize reliability and performance, avoid an emergency service at sea

Marine conditions are tough, and both crew and equipment are put to the test, and equipment such as the main engine oil cooler and central freshwater cooler simply have to work.

Performing an emergency service, or even a planned shutdown, on a vessel is critical. During an emergency service the working hours are usually between 12-14 hours to maintain the original travel schedule for the vessel. We often face challenges like handling large plates on a limited working space, especially large titanium units may be difficult to handle, so specialists are often required at site. Our service technicians often see that the continuous service has been a neglected area as they often come across many coolers in very bad conditions.

The conditions onboard are always critical due to limited time and working space which require extensive experience. The limited working space also makes it complicated to perform all the vital steps in a service, such as controlling the gaskets conditions and positions, to avoid the risk of a potential leakage.

With regular service and maintenance you will keep control of your heat exchanger’s conditions and maintain optimum performance and at the same time save unplanned or unnecessary costs.

By having an extensive global network of marine service experts and service centers we are ready to assist with OEM plates, gaskets, assembled plate packs, cleaning services and replacement units to get your vessel back at optimum performance.


Service on large coolers during sailing
Service on large coolers during sailing
Replacing fresh water generator plates with new Tranter design