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The Mobil PFA program will keep an unbroken watch on their condition around the world. collected data.

One reason PFA does an outstanding job in protecting shipowners is that it is pro- gressive in nature. In addition to communi- cating current oil and equipment conditions,

PFA generates a progress report that allows you to identify immediately potentially criti- cal trends in wear or contamination. Be- cause of this, you can take action before they reach a danger point.

The Unbroken Watch of the Mobil Pro- gressive Fast Analysis transforms used oil analysis into an efficient, cost-saving sys- tem. Wherever in the world your ships sail, that system is ready and able to help you extend the life of your equipment... reduce your maintenance and repair costs... cut downtime... and increase the intervals between overhauls.

For further information on the PFA program, call the Mobil Information Center toll-free: 1-800-634-3100.

Or write: Mobil Oil

Corporation, _ — .r

Marine Division, 670 White Plains

Road, Scarsdale,

NY 10583.

If we can't save you money, we don't deserve your business.

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