January 4, 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

Nautilus Offers New Crane And Equipment Brochure

Nautilus Crane & Equipment Corporation of New Orleans, La., recently acquired by Beckwith Machinery Company of Pittsburgh, has published a new equipment brochure. The brochure includes photographs and detailed specifications on the company's varied line of cylinder-lift hydraulic boom cranes.

Nautilus cranes are used in offshore drilling and production, petroleum loading docks, on jackup barges, workboats, and many special applications such as construction of bridges and nuclear power plants. Nautilus cranes are equipped to handle loads from 2 to 70 tons with features that include telescoping or straight booms, hydraulic diesel or electric power, and a variety of mounting and boom length options.

All cranes are API monogrammed.

For a free, copy of Nautilus Crane's illustrated equipment brochure, Write 26 on Reader Service Card

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