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ALDEN ELECTRONICS .... MARINE FAX 216 LSP INDUSTRIES SOFT HEAD HAMMERS 222
ALFA-LAVAL MARINE EQUIPMENT SERVICE 291 LTC INTERNATIONAL VACUUM BLASTING SYSTEM 233
ALL SET MARINE LASHING . . SEMI-AUTOMATIC TWISTLOCK 214 LISTER CHAIN & FORGE . . . ANCHOR CHAINS 238
ASTILLEROS ESPANOLES . . . SHIPBUILDING REPAIR 215 LOEFFLER BELLS/DECKS DRAINS/VALVES 234
L.S. BAIER HATCHES 213 MCELROY DECK MACHINERY 239
BENDER INC INSULATION MONITORS 246 MAN B&W DIESEL DIESEL ENGINE 314
BOATLIFE DECKING 217 MACKAY COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT 236
CIRCLE SEAL CONTROL . . . VALVES 224 MAGNAVOX COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 258
CLEVELAND GEAR HELLAN FLUID STRAINER 230 MARCO SEATTLE OIL SKIMMERS 226
COAST MARINE . LADDERS/LIFERAFTS/SALES/SERVICES 247 MINERAL RESEARCH PERMA-BALLAST 248
CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT . RO/RO '90 SHOW 225 NEI SYNCROLIFT SHIPLIFT SYSTEM 257
DEL GAVIO HYDRAULICS 228 NORGES VAREMESSE-NORSHIPPING '91 TRADE SHOW 237
ENVIROVAC ORCA SEWAGE SYSTEM 260 PHILADELPHIA RESINS . . . . .... MARINE COATINGS/COMPOUNDS 278
ESGARD .... BALLAST & VOID TANK COATINGS 229 RAMPMASTER GANGWAYS 273
FERNSTRUM GRIDCOOLER 341 SAAB MARINE LEVEL GAUGING 241
FURUNO COMMERCIAL RADAR 218 SCALE REPRODUCTIONS . . . SCALE MODELS 284
GE NAVAL PROPULSION SYSTEM 211 SERVICE MARINE SHIPBUILDING 250
GENERAL SERVICES REAL ESTATE SALES 220 SPERRY MARINE . .COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS/MARINE ELECTRONICS 242
HULL ELECTRONICS TRANSCEIVERS 219 3. MAJ OIL TANKER 243
IMA . . . MARKETING INFORMATION SERVICE 212 TELEFLEX RMVA VALVE ACTUATOR SYSTEM 319
IN-PLACE MACHINING .... ENGINE REPAIR 231 RTVA VALVE ACTUATOR SYSTEM 320
INVENTORY LOCATOR .... PART LOCATOR 329 TEXTRON SHIPBUILDING 343
JIM'S PUMP PUMP REPAIR/SERVICE 332 THORNE COMPACTORS . . . COMPACTORS 256
JOFRA CALIBRATORS 240 VIKING LIFESAVING INFLATABLE RAFTS 344
JOHN T. JOZWICK LEGAL SERVICES 261 WARTSILA DIESEL ENGINES 244
KAHLENBERG BROS. ELECTRIC HORN/NAVIGATION SAFETY EQUIPMENT 304 WYLE LABORATORIES . . . . ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING 227
KEELCO LEAD BALLAST 259 ZIDELL . BARGE BUILDING/LEASING/BUNKERING
KELVIN HUGHES RADARS 221 /VALVES/FITTINGS 223
KIENE DIESEL DIESEL ACCESSORIES 232 ZODIAC OF NORTH AMERICA . RIGID HULL INFLATABLES 294
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Momek interior doors will be supplied. Over 12,000 Momek doors were supplied to the ma- rine industry in 1989.
The vessels will have Dampa ceilings which will be pre-engineered, factory cut to size and complete with modular light fixtures. Furniture for berthing a crew of eight, messing and naviga- tion areas will be produced at Hopeman Broth- ers' facility in Virginia.
Hopeman Brothers is the sole U.S. distributor for Isolamin panels, Momek doors, and Dampa ceilings.
For further information and free literature describing Hopeman services,
Circle 46 on Reader Service Card
S-Tech Offers Free
Literature On Ground
Fault Detection Unit
S-Tech of Paoli, Pa., recently introduced the
RCD300 Residual Current Device, which contin- uously measures for differential and ground leakage currents on grounded and high-resist- ance grounded systems, 1 or 3 phase.
The RCD300 is a truly sensitive ground fault detection unit. Because it detects small leakage currents in the mA range, it protects people from hazardous currents if they are working in wet environments, as well as the equipment it is monitoring.
The unit operates in conjunction with a cur- rent transformer and will alarm when the preset trip value. The RCD300 is compact and easily installed alongside equipment starter.
Features include: adjustable alarm levels from 30 mA to 3 A; adjustable time delay from 20 mS to 1.5 S; NO/NC contacts; metered output avail- able; and current transformers from 1 inch to 12 inches.
For free literature giving full information on the RCD300 Residual Current Device, apply to
S-Tech, P.O. Box 873, Paoli, Pa. 19501. 10,000th Inmarsat Customer
Commissioned By Comsat—
Ron Mario, vice president and general manager, COMSAT
Mobile Communications (at left) recently presented Mi- chael Bayle, director of operations, Alaska Frontier Corpo- ration, with a plaque for being INMARSAT'S 10,000th cus- tomer to be equipped with a ship earth station terminal.
The U.S. fishing vessel Frontier Mariner, operated by Alaska Frontier Company, recently became the 10,000th customer in the Inmarsat satellite communications system to be equipped with a ship earth station terminal. It was com- missioned by COMSAT'S Santa Paula, Calif., coast earth station in late 1989 and is now able to communicate globally through the Inmarsat system.
COMSAT recently presented Michael
Bayle, director of operations for Alaska Fron- tier Company, with a commemorative plaque to mark the occasion at a special presentation din- ner in Washington, D.C. The plaque was pre- sented by COMSAT Mobile Communications' vice president and general manager Ron Mar- io.
For free literature detailing the satellite com- munications services offered by COMSAT,
Circle 88 on Reader Service Card
Hopeman Brothers To Supply
Accommodation Joiner Packages
For Two Oil Skimming Vessels
Artist's conception of one of the oil skimmers, reportedly the largest being built in the U.S.
Hopeman Brothers, Inc., Waynesboro, Va., was recently awarded a contract by Goudy and
Stevens of East Boothbay, Maine, to supply complete accommodation joiner packages for what are reportedly the two largest oil skimming vessels being built in the U.S.
The two 123-foot-long by 31-foot-wide vessels are under construction for Alyeska Pipeline,
Valdez, Alaska, and Clean Sound, an oil spill cooperative in Puget Sound, Wash. They will be delivered under their own power in the fall of 1990.
Hopeman has worked closely with the vessels' designers, JBF Scientific Co., Inc. of Southwest
Harbor, Marine, to develop a custom-designed joiner package for these vessels. Isolamin bulk- head panels, which eliminate the need for the traditional thermal insulation against the weather boundary, will be used. 50 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News