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Why we go to sea more than anyone else in the business.

Reliability. York marine air conditioning and refrigeration systems have been known for it around the world for over 50 years.

Failure of cooling eguipment at sea could cause serious problems. That's why York reliability is built into the design, manufacturing, and servicing of each York air conditioning and refrigeration system.

We're aboard cargo, naval and passenger ships. And about the only things we might have spoiled are the people we've cooled.

We do it by design.

For cargo, for instance, our experience in marine refrigeration design, engineering, and manufacturing quality control has made York

Marinepak systems what they are: Secured on their own base. Deck supported. Compact enough to give you as much as 25% or more space in your equipment room. Economical to install.

Factory-assembled under exacting conditions to assure clean, leakproof systems. And delivered to more ships than any other refrigeration systems made.

We do it with variety.

We have a Marinepak for every temperature control condition you have. Water chilling for air conditioning. Refrigeration for ship stores.

Process water cooling, complete direct expansion air cooling and refrigeration for cargo holds, liquefied hydrocarbons. We'll even customize our systems to suit your system.

We do it with service.

Wherever you put into port, a York serviceman can be on board within hours. We're in every major port in the free world with York specialists and the York parts to keep your perishables protected, your passengers comfortable.

So before you launch or refit your next ship, see your York Marine representative. Or contact us. York Marine Department, York Division of

Borg-Warner Corp., P.O. Box 1592, York, PA 17405.

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