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Ingram Subsidiary Asks
Title XI For 2 Tankers
Costing $119.8 Million
American Tankships, Inc., a subsidiary of Ingram Corp., 4100
One Shell Square, New Orleans,
La. 70139, has applied for a Title
XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of two product tankers. A shipbuilder for the project has not been determined as yet.
The 37,500-dwt vessels will be powered by slow-speed diesel en- gines, and capable of operating at 15 knots. They are intended to be used in the domestic trade between U.S. Gulf and East Coast ports.
The actual cost of the two ves- sels is approximately $119.8 mil- lion. If approved, the Title XI guarantee would cover 87y2 per- cent of that amount.
S.G. Dever Named
VP Of Colmac Coil Mfg.
S.G. (Gus) Dever has been named vice president of Colmac
Coil Manufacturing by Roger Mc-
Millan, president of Colmac In- dustries, Inc.
Colmac Coil Manufacturing is a wholly owned subsidiary of
Colmac Industries and is a major manufacturer of heating and re- frigeration coils.
Mr. Dever comes to Colmac Coil from American Strevell Company of Portland, Ore., where he was a designing mechanical engineer.
He has over 30 years' experience in refrigeration and coils, and has owned two contracting firms do- ing refrigeration installations.
As the new head of Colmac
Coil, Mr. Dever will not only man- age the Colville plant, but will also be in charge of outside sales.
His first major assignment will be moving part of the coil plant into a new 19,440-square-foot ad- dition to the present facility in
Exxon ULCCs Receive
And Inventory Services
The Stanwick merchant ship maintenance system will be in- stalled on four of the largest ships in the world, according to Robert
Apple, president of The Stanwick
Company Division of The Stan- wick Corporation, Washington,
Exxon International Company has awarded the contract to de- velop and install the maintenance system and to inventory the on- board spares in the four ultra large crude carriers (ULCCs) of the Esso Atlantic/Tokyo class.
Two of these tankers are approxi- mately 500,000 dwt and two are 400,000 dwt. Exxon has decided to proceed with this class after a year of evaluation of the Stan- wick maintenance system on four 37,000-dwt tankers of the Everett class.
According to Bud Kelly, The
Stanwick Company project man- ager, maintenance engineering analysts from Stanwick's Mari- time Systems Department, work- ing in coordination with Exxon's maintenance and repair staff, will establish a comprehensive pro- gram of scheduled maintenance tasks for all maintainable ship- board equipment, and produce the management system for schedul- ing and auditing the accomplish- ment of the program. Stanwick will also inventory all shipboard repair parts to provide input data for a computerized inventory con- trol program.
Stanwick's maintenance and in- ventory control systems are in- stalled in more than 50 other commercial ships and drill rigs around the world.
For further information, con- tact Jerry Clark, Marketing Man- ager, The Stanwick Company, 3661 East Virginia Beach Boule- vard, Norfolk, Va. 23502.
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Universal power supply -11 to 40 VDC, only 150 watts draw. 5KW output power.
Seven-inch diameter screen.
Only two units. Power supply is housed in display cabinet.
Optional Early Warning
Target Alarm, scan ahead or 360°, target alarm adjustable from 1 /2 to 20 nautical miles.
Compact display unit.
Ship's Heading Flash
Optional Variable Range
Marker (VRM) with digital range readout.
Remarkable new deve opment...AII electronic scope sweep. No moving parts in display unit.
Variable brightness range rings.
Selectable pulse length at 4-mile range.
Viewing hood and magnifier standard.
Range resolution—60 ft.
Minimun range 72 feet. ft 1/4 to 32 (ONX-6) or 48 (ONX-6A) miles in eight ranges.
Plug-in transmitter- receiver in antenna housing. Test point socket for quick servicing. 3- or 4-ft. slotted array antenna.
Bearing resolution 2.4° (3-ft. antenna-ONX-6) or 1.8° (4-ft. antenna-ONX-6A).
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