Free Brochure Details Delaval's OEM Overhaul Of U.S. Navy Equipment

A free brochure entitled, "Service at the Source," published by Transamerica Delaval details the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) capabilities of the company's Turbine and Compressor Division for the overhaul of U.S. Navy pumps, gears and turbines.

With more than 80 years' experience designing, manufacturing, testing and repairing their equipment, Transamerica Delaval's Turbine and Compressor Division is a reliable source for overhauling Delaval pumps, gears and turbines used on U.S. Navy vessels.

The publication describes how Delaval personnel thoroughly in- spect equipment and check individual parts against original or updated specifications. New components, made to original equipment specifications using state-of-the-art technology, can be manufactured and installed whenever necessary. Overhaul equipment can be tested prior to reinstallation, thereby minimizing the need for onboard testing.

Testing procedures include: turbine rotor balancing at operating speed in a vacuum bunker, compilation of electronic strip chart showing governor performance, and where applicable, overspeed trip setting.

The brochure also describes how a complete Transamerica Delaval overhaul lowers operating costs and helps maintain fleet readiness.

Transamerica Delaval guarantees support after the equipment is put back into operation, so the Navy and its contractors receive ongoing troubleshooting assistance if needed.

Transamerica Delaval's Turbine and Compressor Division, located in Trenton, N.J., manufactures highspeed rotating machinery for energy conversion markets. The company is headquartered in Lawrenceville, N.J., and is comprised of 15 worldwide divisions manufacturing a wide variety of engineered products.

For a free copy of this brochure from Transamerica Delaval, C i r c l e 7 2 o n R e a d e r S e r v i c e C a rd

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 31,  Jul 15, 1986

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