“Dalzavod” completed the repair of the “Ust-Bolsheretsk” submarine
“Dalzavod” Ship Repair Center”, which is part of the Far Eastern Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Center(DSRC), carried out repairs and maintenance of “Ust-Bolsheretsk” submarine. The complex of works was carried out without disruptions of the deadlines, the submarine of the “Varshavyanka” project was returned to the fleet.
Employees of hull and dock workshops No. 8 and No. 19, together with mechanical assembly workshop No. 6, pipeline workshop No. 1 and woodworking workshop No. 7 carried out scheduled dock repairs of the submarine. The complex of works included: repair of tank roofs, submersion-ascent mechanisms, fittings and screws, cleaning and painting of the submarine and restoration of special coating.
The specialists of Shop No. 19 carried out the important and difficult work – repair of the titanium fairing. Welding of titanium seams is done using special technology, due to the unique properties of the metal. Preparation for such work takes several days. ⠀
The submarine “Ust-Bolsheretsk”was laid down in 1990 at the slipway of the shipyard named after Lenin’s Komsomol in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. This is a multipurpose diesel-electric submarine of the “Varshavyanka” project, which is designed to combat enemy submarines and surface ships, to protect navy bases, sea coast and sea communications.
Joint Stock Company “Dalzavod” Ship Repair Center” is the executor of the state defense order for maintenance and repair of ships and vessels of the Pacific Navy. The enterprise has a dock complex that is unique for Russia, which includes two dry and two floating docks, allowing servicing ships with displacement of up to 26,000 tons and length of up to 170 meters. Today it is a dynamically developing enterprise that carries out a wide range of shipbuilding and ship repair works. “Dalzavod” is a part of the “FESRC” group of companies. The enterprise plans to increase the portfolio of civil orders, including those through intra-group cooperation with the “FESRC” plants. A particularly promising direction is cooperation with the “Zvezda” SBC in completion and outfittingwith all necessary equipment of the vessels built by the superyard.