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A selection of MESON success stories.


Valves and control system for conversion from ULCC to FSO

FSO Asia

Ships: T1/FSO Asia and T1/FSO Africa
Owner: Euronav

  • Details & products

    MESON delivered valves and control system for cargo handling and process systems on board for the two major conversion projects conducted at Dubai Drydocks in 2008 and 2009. The project was under a very tight time schedule: Time from design to delivery and commissioning of all components and systems was at absolute minimum. MESON was chosen as the supplier with best potential to complete the task. The mission was successful for the first as well the second project.

Remote control and visualisation system for RoLo vessel


Ship: E-Ship 1
Owner: Enercon

  • Details & products

    Delivery of the complete valve remote control system, including visualisation for the 12 700 dwt. roll on/lift on vessel with quite extreme design features (four rotating towers for additional propulsion from wind).  Additional automation systems supplied and integrated by MESON are: Tank level gauging, draught measurement and anti-heeling system. E-Ship 1 was built in Germany for German owners.

Complete valve delivery for two ferries under construction in Turkey


Ship: 2 Norwegian fjord ferries
Owner: Basto Fosen

  • Details & products

    MESON was awarded with the order for the complete valve and actuator package for two sister vessels under construction in Turkey, for Norwegian owners. MESON complete delivery programme, stock availability and aftermarket services was important for the decision process by yard and the owner. First vessel delivery to take place in late 2016.

Valves and control systems for general cargo vessel


Owner: Reederei W. Bockstiegel

  • Details & products

    MESON supplied: valves, valve remote control & tank measurement system, anti-heeling, and loading calculator.

Valves and remote control system for offshore rig


Owner: Sevan Marine (Norway)

  • Details & products

    MESON supplied: valves, remote control system for ballast, seawater cooling, fire seawater, cargo and bilge.

Complete supply of hull and top side valves for offshore rig under construction in Caspian Sea


Application: Offshore rig
Owner: LUK Oil

  • Details & products

    MESON has supplied the complete package of manual valves for the top side process equipment, as well as the manual valves for all hull related systems. Production and delivery of valves were done under supervision of RMRS and owners‘ representative.

5-year overhaul pre-survey of valve and control system on offshore drilling rig


Application: Offshore drilling rig
Owner: Oddfjell Drilling

  • Details & products

    MESON offered and conducted a pre-survey of valves and remote control system for the complete sea water system on a North Sea offshore rig. The purpose was to minimise time and cost for unscheduled repair during coming docking and class renewal survey. The pre-survey was conducted 6 months before docking and the target was to identify all products and components that were prone to fail within a time of 5.5 years. At the time of dry docking, identified valves and components were successfully replaced and caused no additional off hire.

Complete valve packages and remote control for three Frigates


Ships: 3 Frigates of Sachsen Class
Owner: German Navy

Supply of purpose-built mud boxes for 8 navy patrol vessels

Ships: 8 Navy patrol vessels
Owner: Singaporean navy

  • Details & products

    Delivery of 8 ship sets of bronze mud boxes and strainers to navy patrol vessels under construction for the Singaporean navy. Special considerations and requirements, from the naval architects and navy, required a completely new design. Light weight, slim fit, special installation and service requirements combined with monitoring and switch-over functions generated a new product. Dimensions up to DN400 with high spec. bronze alloy in body and cover, combined with inconel strainer basket will ensure safe and stable operation over long time.

Supply of sea water inlet/outlet valve chests for cruise vessels

Ship yard: Meyer Turku
Owner: Royal Caribbean Cruises

  • Details & products

    MESON has delivered a series of multiple large diametre remote controlled sea water inlet/outlet valve chests. The valve chests represent a welded hot dip galvanised construction with integrated pneumatic linear actuation (Tebul type). The delivered valve chests offer a reliable solution to increased need of cooling water and eliminates a part of the traditional piping system and valve complexity.

Bronze fire valve with integrated linear actuator using pressurised fire extinguishing media to automatically open

Ship: Ice Breaker

  • Details & products

    MESON was awarded with the complete scope of supply of valves and remote control system for valves and tank gauging system. Late in the project, specifications for the firefighting system were changed and required major modifications of the system and piping to match existing technical solutions available in the market. MESON took the challenge and with short lead time, a new tailor-made solution was presented, produced and accepted by the customer.

Spares for unidentified bronze storm flap valves, series of 6 general cargo vessels

Ships: 6 General cargo vessels

  • Details & products

    MESON was engaged by one of our recognised distributors for the purpose of identifying the type and origin of a broken overboard valve and supply relevant spares. The rather rare and large valve would have been be very expensive to replace, and time was critical. The valve was identified by experienced sales engineers. The valve turned out to be obsolete, but a spare and conversion kit could be arranged to solve the situation for the first and the five subsequent vessels due for docking and showing the same type of valve failure as the first vessel.

Threatening port detention due to broken cargo deck fire line on bulk carrier from the early 80'ties

Ship: Bulk carrier

  • Details & products

    MESON received an e-mail with pictures and description of the problem from the C.E. asking for help. During cargo unloading, a heavy object fell out from the excavator bucket and hit the inlet valve to the fire line manifold. The bronze valve was damaged and the fire line could not be pressurised. The broken valve was identified by our sales engineers, but the exact replacement could not be offered anymore. However, drawings were still available and a modern fire valve with an adoption kit was sent by taxi to the relevant port in Denmark. After repairs and verification test witnessed by the administration, the vessel could leave port as planned.