Beclawat Offers Windows & Doors For Ships And Rigs

—Literature Available Beclawat (Ontario) Ltd. in Canada specializes in the design and manufacture of windows and doors for the marine and surface transportation industries. Since 1934 the company, with its head office and manufacturing facility in Belleville, Ontario, and a sales office in Montreal, has been providing customers with quality products.

In addition to the popular aluminum- framed windows, the company has met the increasingly demanding specifications of more complex ships and rigs with the introduction of steel weld-in and brass bolt-on marine windows. Cast aluminum, brass, bronze, and steel weld-in portlights are also available.

Beclawat's Pyro-lite A60 and H- 120 fire-rated windows for drill rigs are approved by the American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, and the Canadian Coast Guard. They can be made in any desired size up to a maximum of 78 by 39 inches.

The company's high-strength, light-weight bonded panels are suitable for ship and drill rig applications, including decking, accommodation partitions and doors, lockers, furniture, and wheelhouse control consoles.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 74,  Jun 1986

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