What does it mean?  Is it a fight between the office work and site work? I can say it without any reserve, yes it is. After all… it is part of life… competition is the keyword. One part of the fence, plans, analysis and results are sent to production area; the other one is doing the things to function at proper parameters.

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In my area of expertise – naval/oil and gas industry – I felt this fight, all the time. Nowadays, I am in the office and the technical issues related with hydraulic sound odd compared to the period I worked on site as hydraulic troubleshooter.

One issue I want to discuss: I received an issue regarding a hydraulic equipment Windlass Escort Towing Winch. It’s a modification to add some valve in the system. I got details, drawings which should be revised and agreed by the Manufacturer.

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Nowadays I revise my old article and I remember my experiences on board commercial or offshore vessels as hydraulic troubleshooter.