A.L. Burbank And Co. Named Worldwide Agents For Fuel Savers, Inc.

A.L. Burbank and Co., One World Trade Center, Suite 2811, New York, N.Y. 10048, will be sole worldwide marketing agents for the Marine ThermoTest Division of Fuel Savers, Inc., it was announced by Victor M. Richel, president. The Marine Thermo- Test Division performs diagnostic inspections of electrical and thermo- mechanical equipment aboard ships.

"Our Division uses infrared imaging equipment as a preventive maintenance tool in the marine industry," said Mr. Richel.

"We look to A.L. Burbank's breadth of experience for developing marine applications for this new technology as an important growth factor." Under the supervision of Peter Burbank, president, A.L. Burbank representative Len Johnson and consultant Clifford Wise will be account managers. They will report to Adam A. Duch, general manager of the ThermoTest Division of Fuel Savers.

"In just over two years, we have had great success utilizing infrared imaging equipment as a diagnostic tool to locate problems in electrical and thermo-mechanical equipment in industrial plants that go undetected by conventional maintenance procedures," Mr.

Richel noted. "We look to provide a similar preventive maintenance testing service on ships for major electrical equipment, control and engine room machinery, ship refrigeration systems and winching equipment." Fuel Savers, Inc. is an affiliated company of National Utilities and Industries. The Elizabeth, N.J.- based concern uses high technology infrared imaging systems as a preventive maintenance tool to locate malfunctions in electrical and thermo-mechanical equipment.

ThermoTest also provides thermographic surveys for energy conservation analysis for the residential, industrial and commercial markets.

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