MC313

Versatility and speed lead to fastest cleaning rate

The unique design of the MC313 underwater hull cleaning unit will stand up to the most difficult underwater cleaning conditions encountered on various types of ships. The downward pressure of the brushes can be adjusted throughout the operation and follow the contours of the hull.

Cleaning speeds of up to 1500 m² per hour can be established with a powerful four-wheel drive system. Both light and very heavy fouling can be treated with the appropriate pressure and tools so damage is prevented to the underlying paint layers. 

Different types of fouling can now be treated with the appropriate pressure and tools. The MC313 has a very efficient cleaning record. It is designed for larger ship hulls or other large, reasonably flat surfaces.

The MC313 is regularly used to clean a large cruise ship in the Bahamas. This operation takes full advantage of the versatility of the unit. The specific shape of the ship makes the MC313 the best choice for the job. The vessel as three bow thrusters and twin propellers which are connected to the stern area with brackets. The fact that the machine can be put into reverse and has heads that self-adjust to the contours of the hull makes these complex areas so much easier to clean. Thanks to the unit’s high cleaning rate the cruise ship is cleaned faster than would be possible with any other machine on the market.

Like all our cleaning equipment, The MC313 is sold separately or supplied with a complete support system including umbilical, tools and hydraulic power unit.

Specifications:

  • Dimensions:
    • Length: 1240 mm
    • Width: 1040 mm
    • Height: 45 mm
  • Weight in air: 133kg
  • Weight in seawater: 10 kg buoyant
  • Cleaning rate: 1500 m2/hour
  • Depth rating: 70 m
  • Hydraulic requirement:80ltr/min @ 140 bar


E-mail us for more informationinfo@subind.net

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