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We're keeping the fleet in steam,

From main propulsion boilers through auxiliaries and waste heat recovery units, Combustion

Engineering has long been a major supplier of steam genera- tors to the U. S Navy.

In fact, since 1934 nearly 1,000 of our steam generators have been put in service aboard over 400 ships. And through our overseas licensees, many addi- tional units have been delivered to navies around the world.

Our main propulsion boilers range in capacity from 40,000 to 400,000 lb/hr; auxiliaries from 5,000 to 130,000 lb/hr; and our waste heat boilers reclaim heat from exhaust gases of diesel engines and gas turbines. Pro- viding a reliable source of steam for power generation, hotel ser- vices and other functions.

Count on Combustion

Engineering to continue its 50 year old tradition of innovation, quality and design leadership. And to provide a complete range of follow-on services. From con- struction guidance and start-up, through ongoing technical sup- port, outage assistance, onboard service calls and OEM parts.

For more on the dependable steam source for the fleet, write

C-E Marine Power Systems,

Combustion Engineering, Inc.,

Windsor, CT 06095-0500, USA.

Or call (203) 285-9161.




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