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GENERAL ELECTRIC S FULL RANGE OF MARINE SERVICES
Installation • Shipyard Installation • Warranty Administration
Maintenance • Appraisals/Testing & Inspection • Troubleshooting
General Electric marine field engineers are available 24 hours a day to make quick, competent repairs in any emergency ... or to perform a wide range of scheduled maintenance services that can help keep navy and merchant ship equipment working at peak efficiency.
Services are tailored to specific turnaround schedules, and backed by GE's worldwide manufacturing and repair facil- ities. They range from appraisals/inspections that pin- point maintenance needs, to responsibility for a total program ... including the complete supply of labor, job management, tools and equipment, parts procurement, and machine shop services. Contact the GE Marine
Superintendent nearest you, or write:
General Electric Co., Section 950-39A,
Schenectady, NY 12345 USA.
I -* \ ^ t jk Jjr j^^H f ** L Jr • Voyage Repairs/Emergency Repairs • Surveys/Overhauls • Modifications/Retrofits/Upgrades • Complete Maintenance
Technical Training Programs
EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS
Electrical & Electronic • Automated propulsion controls • Central Operating Systems (COS) • Cranes-shipboard & dockside • Winches • Diesel engines/diesel generators • AC and DC motors and controls • Shipboard power distribution
Installation & Service Engineering Division
GENERAL & ELECTRIC
Mechanical • Steam turbine & gear propulsion • Ship's service turbine-generators • Gas turbines • Distillation units • Pumps and Compressors • Condensers « Fans