Butterworth Announces A New SCAMP Underwater Hull Cleaning Station

—Literature Available Butterworth, Inc., an Exxon affiliate, has announced a new station owned and operated by Seaward Marine Services, Inc. in Baton Rouge, La. to service the U.S. Gulf Coast. This division will be managed by Cecil Achord. Mr.

Achord has 14 years' experience in the Gulf offshore industry with extensive knowledge of underwater husbandry and repair.

The Gulf Coast division of Seaward Marine Services, Inc. will provide the following services: Butterworth's SCAMP underwater hull cleaning; propeller cleaning and polishing with 3M Scotch- Brite brand marine cleaning discs; underwater hull inspection using ABS approved computerized nondestructive testing equipment and procedures and underwater wet welding per WS D3.8-83.

Butterworth, Inc. has been a manufacturer of top performance marine maintenance systems for 54 years and now has SCAMP service stations in 15 ports worldwide.

A colorful, four-page brochure is available on the SCAMP® underwater hull cleaning machine with before and after photos and chart showing net savings over a 24- month period. For a copy of this detailed brochure, Circle 33 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 8,  Jan 1985

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