Free Bulletin Offered On Marine Alternators For Work, Crew, Supply Boats
A free technical bulletin just released by the LIMA Electric Company, Inc., Lima, Ohio, completely describes the company's S E R ^ (Synchronous Externally Regulated) Alternators for marine applications.
The 361 and 441 Frame SER 1,200 RPM brushless alternators are built especially for use on work, crew, supply and fish boats because of the low noise and vibration levels a s s o c i a t e d with l o w e r e n g i n e operating speed.
They are easily adaptable to all makes of 1,200 RPM marine genset engines.
LIMA alternator foot mounting is directly interchangeable with most 1,200 RPM alternators in service, allowing easy field replacement.
Standard LIMA 1,200 RPM SER Alternators have ABS approval, which simplifies certification of particular units for specific hulls.
For copies of the free literature or more information on 1,200 RPM alternators, write to J.D.
Bourque, Sales Manager, Lima Electric Company, 200 East Chapman Road, Lima, Ohio 45802.
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- Riverway Shipyard Delivers 50' Towboat To Corps Of Engineers page: 6
- Robert Sanders To Yard Superintendent page: 8
- Phillip Gresser Associates Will Move Offices To Palm Beach, Florida page: 11
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- Thompsen Appointed VP At Jackson Engineering page: 15
- Wendt Named President Of Sperry Division page: 16
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- Chesapeake Section SNAME Hears Ocean Energy Systems Paper page: 20
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- Second Tsavliris Bulkcarrier Delivered By CCN page: 29
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