Combustion Engineering A w a r d ed $ 7 M i l l i o n In N a v y Boiler Contracts

Combustion Engineering, Inc.

(C-E), Windsor, Conn., has been awarded three separate contracts for boilers and related equipment to be installed on U.S. Navy ships, the company recently announced.

Under the contracts, valued at approximately $7 million, C-E will supply nine waste heat boilers for three guided missile cruisers and two auxiliary boilers for a dock landing ship. Delivery is expected in 1987 and 1988.

Six of the waste heat boilers will be supplied to the Bath Iron Works Corporation of Bath, Maine. Bath will install three boilers on each of two U.S. guided missile cruisers (CG-63 and CG-64).

The second contract calls for one shipset of auxiliary boilers to be provided by C-E to the shipyard division of Avondale Industries, Inc.

of New Orleans, La. Avondale will install the two boilers on a U.S.

Navy dock landing ship (LSD 48).

The third contract has been awarded by Ingalls Shipbuilding of Pascagoula, Miss., a division of Litton Industries under which C-E will provide three waste heat boilers to be installed on a U.S. Navy guided missile cruiser (CG-65).

Combustion Engineering supplies equipment, systems and services to process, power and basic industries worldwide.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 41,  Jul 15, 1986

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