Saab Receives Order To Supply TankRadars From Tampa Shipyard

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subsidiary, Saab Tank Control of Hoboken, N.J., has announced that Tampa Shipyard, Inc. has ordered five shipsets of level gauging equipment.

The systems ordered are the latest development of level gauging equipment by Saab Marine Electronics and marketed under the trade name TankRadar.

Each system includes measurement of 14 cargo tanks and one slop tank. The level readings are to be displayed in the cargo control room and also on a portable readout unit which can be used anywhere on the ship. The processor unit is designed so that temperature and pressure measurement as well as weight and volume calculations can be added when desired by the user.

This equipment will be installed on all five of the 30,000-dwt seven grade product tankers that Tampa Ship is constructing for Ocean Product Tankers, Inc. of Houston, Texas for ultimate charter to the Military Sealift Command.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 21,  Sep 1985

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