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New Oily Water Separator

By Hamworthy Engineering

Literature is being offered de- tailing a compact, highly efficient oily water separator, the latest product being marketed by the

Pump & Compressor Division of

Hamworthy Engineering Limited of Poole, Dorset, U.K., to combat pollution by ships' bilge and bal- last discharge.

Hamworthy spent over two years in research and develop- ment of the unit which has been granted IMO approval in accord- ance with A393(X) and certifi- cation by marine classification so- cieties. The unit is a two-stage device, the first stage being a gravity tank and the second a plate-type separator. Two identi- cal positive displacement pumps are mounted on top of the fab- ricated steel separator vessel.

Most existing separators pump oily water from the bilges into a separator. This action breaks down the oil into tiny droplets making separation more difficult.

The Hamworthy system draws oil into the separator and uses the natural gravitational differ- ential to achieve a high degree of primary separation.

The unit is built and supplied as a complete module requiring no additional equipment. Ship-

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The largest builder of small ships in

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Our modern flow-line shipyard has all the extras:

On site fabrication shop/machine shop, superb building & launch facilities, 'in house' computer system handling 32 operating channels, computer based N.C. Cutting and we are in close proximity to major suppliers.


Accolade II has bridge control of most machinery, twin controlable pitch propellors, the cargo handling system receives limestone at the rate of 1500 tonnes per hour and self discharges at the rate of 650 tonnes per hour

Engines: Fuji Dual Fuel - powered by either diesel or natural gas.

Length Overall: 108 63 m

V « Beam Moulded: 23 m

Depth Moulded: 7.15 m

Draught: 6.00 m

Capacity: 7500 D.W.T. 7 4 Displacement: 11,188 tonnes /If Crew: 14

Mean Trial Speed: 11.5 Knots yard installation work is lim- ited to connecting electrical and inlet and outlet connections. No filters are required and it is easily serviced. The fully automatic unit has capacities up to 5 tons per hour.

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To M. Rosenblatt & Son

M. Rosenblatt & Son Incorpo- rated, naval architects, has been awarded a $13,537,459 cost-plus- fixed-fee contract to provide en- gineering support services to the

Naval Ship Weapons Systems En- gineering Station, Port Hueneme,

Calif., for revision and update of

Navy ships' hull, mechanical and electrical systems technical man- uals. The work will be performed in San Diego, (20 percent), and

Oxnard, Calif. (30 percent), and at Bremerton, Wash. (50 per- cent). The Naval Regional Con- tracting Center, Long Beach,

Calif., is the contracting activity (N00123-83-D-0137).

New Firm Will Advise

Manufacturers On How

To Sell To Navy

A new company which will of- fer specialized support to indus- trial and aerospace companies in developing and selling products and services to the Navy ship- building programs was formed recently.

Defense-Marine Marketing,

Inc. of Annapolis, Md., was founded by David R. Banner, a

Naval Academy graduate with many years of experience in working with the Navy ship- building and other defense-relat- ed projects. DMMI will offer field sales services to major shipyards and other design locations as well as a broad range of services to clients interested in the Navy market, including market re- search and Washington, D.C., representation.

For the past 10 years, Mr.

Banner has been national marine and military sales manager for

Aeroquip Corporation of Jackson,

Mich. He is a former submarine officer, and has done graduate studies in underwater physics.

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