Furmanite Offers Free Brochure Describing Machines And Services

Furmanite, an international maintenance service company with corporate headquarters and technical technical center in Virginia Beach, Va., is offering a free brochure describing machines and services available from the company.

The publication asserts that Furmanite's series of machine tools specifically designed for marine use, and capable of performing on-board ship repairs, eliminates costly removal and re-installation expenses during overhaul.

Discussed are: vertical launch system, designed to grind missile tube land rings; hatch refit machine—fits all hatches on 637 and 688 Class submarines, and meets U.S. Navy "fit-up" requirements for 36-inch hatches; milling, turning and boring machine series (F-MTB), developed for in-place repair of 1/2-inch to 4- inch valves; and canopy-to-bonnet cutter (F-CBC), designed for cutting and weld prepping the canopy on vented cap valves.

Furmanite has established credibility in U.S. and civilian shipyards for designing and delivering machines for special applications that offer cost-effective solutions to time-delay problems. The company also has experienced technicians located throughout the country who are available 24 hours a day to respond to emergency situations.

For further information and a free copy of the brochure describing Furmanite's machines and services, Circle 20 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 41,  May 1990

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