Houston, problem solved. With Poseidon’s new service station!
In a constant goal to provide high quality services in key Ports, we are proud to announce our new privately owned service station in Houston, Texas.
Since 2015, POSEIDON Marine Supplies is strategically expanding capacities with new service stations around the world, that deliver the group’s trusted quality services. All stations use standardized procedures approved by Class Societies to guarantee the uniformity of the offered services and the alignment with all requirements and regulations.
OUR RANGE OF SERVICES INCLUDES
INSPECTION – MAINTENANCE OF:
Portable and Wheeled Fire Extinguishers, Foam Applicators, BA Compressors, Breathing Apparatuses (SCBA), Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD), Fixed Fire Extinguishing Systems (CO2 High and Low Pressure, Foam, Dry Powder, Water Mist, etc.)
Immersion Suits, Lifejackets (Inatable & Rigid), Protective Suits, Medical Resuscitators / Cylinders, Hydraulic Test and Refilling of Cylinders.
MAINTENANCE / SERVICE / PARTS / SUPPLIES OF:
Portable and Personal Gas Detectors, Alcohol Meters, Fixed Gas Detection Systems, Temperature Calibrators, Pressure Calibrators, UTI Tapes.
Annual and five-yearly inspections and tests of lifeboats, freefall lifeboats, rescue boats, release gears, davits, winches as per MSC 402(96) 404(96):
Overhauling of Hooks part of the 5-yearly inspection), Launching Appliances Inspection & Load Tests, FRP Repairs Service providers of T-ISS hooks.
A highly skilled team of technicians covers Houston and the wider area and is on hand to service vessels with reliability and professionalism, in minimum response time. Also, with stock in new safety equipment, our station is able to respond to any emerging supply needs.
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Did you know? “Houston, we have a problem” is a popular but slightly erroneous quotation from the radio communications between the Apollo 13 astronauts and the NASA Control Center in Houston during the Apollo 13 spaceflight in 1970. The astronauts communicated their discovery of an explosion that forced them to return to Earth and their actual words were “Okay, Houston, we’ve had a problem here”.