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Dry Dock Increases
HUD's Tsing Yi Capacity
Ships of up to 100,000 dwt can be docked at Hongkong United
Dockyards Ltd.'s (HUD) Tsing
Yi Yard, following an agreement signed recently for HUD to char- ter Euroasia Shipyards' floating dock, which has a lifting capacity of 32,800 tons.
The move increases HUD's float- ing docks to three, including the ship repair company's existing
Whampoa and Taikoo docks of 20,000 and 11,500 tons lifting ca- pacity, respectively. The bareboat charter means that Euroasia is leasing only the dock itself; HUD will man the unit with its own labor force.
With a recent major overhaul to bring it into Lloyd's class, the dock has a length over keel blocks of 258.15 meters, and an internal width of 38.55 meters (847 by 126.5 feet), enabling it to accom- modate the largest ships normally likely to visit Hong Kong. "I am delighted to add this large dock to our major new fa- cilities at Tsing Yi," said David
Hall, managing director of HUD, "as it will allow us to broaden our activities in the repair of larger ships, consolidate our total facilities at Tsing Yi, and help finalize plans for the future ex- pansion of our new dockyard."
R.V. Warden Appointed
To Executive Board Of N.H.
Richard V. Warden, president of Raytheon Marine Company, has been appointed to the execu- tive board of the New Hampshire
Oceanographic Foundation. The
Foundation provides information on and support to oceanographic activities in the Granite State.
The appointment was made by
New Hampshire Governor Hugh
Mr. Warden joined Raytheon, a leading manufacturer of marine electronics for oceangoing vessels, fishing and workboats, and pleas- ure craft, in 1977. From 1962 he served in several executive posi- tions at ITT before being named president of ITT Decca Marine.
Earlier, he served on active duty in the U.S. Navy as a navigator aboard a destroyer, and as a car- rier pilot.
On Foxboro's New
Foxboro Analytical, a Division of The Foxboro Company, has just published a Product Specification
Sheet for its new Model 958PF
July 15, 1980 on-line ferrograph. Through mon- itoring of the level of wear debris within a lubricating or hydraulic system, this new instrument is said to provide early warning of incipient failure in a wide range of machinery.
Wear debris is separated from the oil by a high-gradient mag- netic field, and quantitative meas- urement of the debris is achieved by a surface effect capacitive sen- sor. As separation of the debris is such as to provide a distribution according to size, two quantita- tive measurements are made to provide information on size dis- tribution and total debris concen- tration within the system.
Applications include marine propulsion and auxiliary machin- ery, gas turbines, gear boxes and transmissions, large critical bear- ings, hydraulic systems, and off- shore production rigs.
For a free copy of the new lit- erature—PSS 6-8A1 A—write to
Roger H. Rotondi, Dept. MR, Fox- boro Analytical, P.O. Box 435,
Burlington, Mass. 01803. 33
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