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Rolf Selvig Named New
Manager Of Danyard
Ship Repair Department ™ Pip I W ~ 1 « I
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E. G. Sorensen Rolf Selvig
Danyard A/S of Frederikshavn, Denmark, re- cently announced the retirement of E.G. Sor- ensen, assistant director and repair manager.
The new manager of the department is Rolf
Selvig, director of ship repairs and general engineering activities.
Mr. Selvig was manager of Helsingor Repa- rations vaerft A/S from 1985 until the yard was amalgamated with the other Lauritzen yards in 1987. After the establishment of Danyard, he shared the responsibility for all the activities of the yard regarding ship repairs, conversions and industry. In addition, he is a member of Dan- yard's board of managers.
Danyard, with facilities at Frederikshavn,
Aalborg and Elsinore, specializes in servicing both local and international shipping trade in the North Sea and the Baltic.
Aeroquip Offers Rubber Insert
Sound Isolation Couplings
For Shipboard Applications
Aeroquip's RISIC 3 and 3HT rubber insert sound isolation couplings for shipboard piping applications, are designed to attenuate sound transmissions of machinery and piping, while accommodating various types of pipe move- ment.
Aeroquip RISIC 3 couplings have been quali- fied for ship water and oil service to 150 psig and + 160°F. Aeroquip RISIC 3HT couplings are approved for feed water service to 150 psig and + 250°F.
Qualification tests have proven the RISIC 3 and 3HT couplings meet or exceed U.S. Navy requirements for acoustical performance, me- chanical impedance, flex pressure cycling, accel- erated aging and hydrostatic burst pressure.
Aeroquip RISIC 3 and 3HT couplings offer improved performance by using the natural abil- ity of an elastomer to dampen vibration and sounds, while allowing angular flexibility of ± 5° (10° total). Metal reinforcements are molded within the elastomeric bearing to support the internal pressure and axial loads.
Offered in sizes from 3 inches through 10 inches, Aeroquip RISIC 3 and 3HT couplings are available as either complete new units or conversion kits for RISIC 1 units
Complete information, including specifica- tions and technical data, cross reference part numbers and materials for Aeroquip's RISIC 3 and 3HT rubber insert sound isolation cou- plings, can be found in Aeroquip Bulletin 8313.
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ONE OF TWO LPG (liquid petroleum gas) tanks built at the Beaumont yard of Bethlehem
Steel Corporation is being loaded onto a barge for inland waterway service. Built for Fredeman
Shipyard, Sulphur, La., each tank measures 176 feet long, almost 17 feet in diameter, and has a capacity of 281,000 gallons. Fabrication of the two tanks required a total of 480 tons of steel.
MAN Gutehoffnungshutte GmbH (MAN
GHH) has developed, in collaboration with a machine tool supplier, a portable large-capacity machining facility for the processing of large and heavy components.
The machining unit can be used both at work- shops and at erection sites of power stations, chemical factories, refineries, offshore plants, etc. It can be disassembled for transport, with the heaviest unit component, i.e., the position- ing turntable, weighing 14 tons.
The new facility can be employed for a great variety of machining operations, including lath- ing of sealing and mating faces, milling of sur- faces and cut-outs in machinery and large pres- sure vessels, drilling, and thread-whirling.
Technical data: lathing diameter, 4,420 to 12,460 mm; milling diameter, 3,786 to 11,830 mm; vertical spindle adjustment through 2,607 mm, NC control.
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CITY OF NEW YORK
DONH" LET AN OFFERS
LIKE TtflS GO TO WASTE. 3owery Bay, a NYC. owned sludge vessel, is available for sale by sealed bid.
Bilge and tanks have been cleaned and are gas free. LOD: 283 ft., beam: 45', draft: 9' light, gross tonnage: 1578, capacity: 66,000 cubic ft. liquid.
For technical information and inspection, contact: John Chen at (212) 860-9341.
For sales proposals and closing dates, contact: Gordon Shaw at (212) 669-8548.
EDWARD I. KOCH, MAYOR
HADLEYW. GOLD, COMMISSIONER
Dept. of General Services
ENGINEERING & DESIGN OF
HOIST & WINCHES
MACHINE & MFG. CO.. INC.
A PREDCO COMPANY
SHAFT WORK &
MACHINE WORK 1011 LORRAINE RD.
GULFPORT, MISS 39501
P.O. BOX 4454
BILOXI, MISS 39531-4454
PHONE (601) 896-3736
TELEFAX (601) 896-0874 1-800-634-6478
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MAN GHH Develops Portable
Machine Tool For Shops/Field
MAN GHH's portable large-capacity machining facility can be disassembled for transport.
McElroy's line of deck equipment includes machinery used on supply boats, tugs, barges, rigs, and ships. In addition to McElroy's quality line of winches, windlasses, and capstans, McEI- roy stands ready to engineer, design, and quickly deliver any type of deck machinery your requi- rements call for. Count on McElroy for your next deck machinery requirements. Parts and service are available upon request.