Marine Safe Electronics Offers Free Literature On 'Fail-Safe' Line

Interesting literature that discusses the minimizing of overall operational costs in the shipping industry by judicious expenditure on maintenance is available without charge from Marine Safe Electronics, Concord, Ontario.

Titled "Preventive Maintenance of Electric Machines Assures Lower Operating Costs," and written by Arie Lapsker, vice president of engineering, Marine Safe Electronics, the nine-page discussion concludes that a policy of cost reduction by avoiding unnecessary and expensive electrical machine re-winds should be an indispensable component in achieving profitable operation of vessels in today's highly competitive business environment.

The author points out that the most serious insulation breakdowns occur during the starting period and until a few years ago an effective warning device that could monitor a machine while it is idle was not available commercially, but that a comprehensive range of insulation-monitoring relays for marine motors and generators is now offered by Marine Safe Electronics of Canada Ltd.

under the name of "Fail-Safe"".

For a free copy of the "Fail-Safe" literature.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 14,  May 15, 1984

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