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A. PUBLICATION NO. 00253448 2. DATE OF FILING: October 1, 1987. 3. FREQUENCY OF ISSUE: Monthly.
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EDITOR: PUBLISHER: Maritime Reporter/Engineering
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Sperry Marine Delivers
New Type Approved
MC 500 Marine Computer
Sperry Marine has completed the delivery of 26 MC 500 Marine Com- puters to Delmas Shipping, France.
This is the first stage component of
Sperry Marine's integrated ship management system for use in data communication and spare parts management. Sperry Marine's MC 500 has been type approved by Bu- reau Veritas, Det Norske Veritas,
Lloyd's and Germanischer Lloyd for use as a load calculator.
MC 500 is a ruggedized version of the Unisys Micro IT, a high-speed
Intel 80186-based machine. It is smaller, faster and offers the most flexible configuration. Its enhanced graphics color display offers crisp resolution of 640 dots by 350 dots in up to 16 colors for clearer text and easier-to-understand graphics.
MC 500 has undergone extensive environmental, mechanical, electri- cal and vibration testing. Its certifi- cation is the result of unique custom design of our ruggedized assembly.
In addition to load calculation, MC 500 can be used with Sperry Ma- rine's various application programs such as the "StarBaud" high-speed data communications program;
Spare Parts Inventory Manage- ment; Planned Maintenance and
Fleet Payroll/Personnel Manage- ment programs.
Sperry Marine is a major manu- facturer of marine navigation and control systems and a leader in radar and collision avoidance sys- tems for all types of vessels.
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
MARINE OPERATIONS 55K-65K
The Bureau of Transit Operations of the New York City Department of
Transportation (DOT) seeks Director for its Division of Marine Operations.
This individual will supervise all planning, financial operations, and maintenance functions related to the operation of all New York City municipal ferry services and will supervise the oversight of the permitting, planning, and operations of all private ferry services operating to. from, or within the limits of New York City. In addition, this individual will super- vise all facilities maintenance, will be called on to advise other city agencies on maritime matters, and will interface with Federal, State, and local com- munity agencies. Valid applicable U.S. Coast Guard Unlimited Master and /or
Unlimited Chief Engineer License and five (5) years as Captain / Chief
Engineer or equivalent experience. Ten (10) years experience in the management of shipping (oceangoing or ferryboat operations). An advanced degree in transportation and/or finance and familiarity with computer operations most desirable.
Salary commensurate with qualifications, education, and experience. DOT offers an excellent benefits package and challenging career opportunities.
Send resume with cover letter stating salary history to: Recruitment Office.
NYC Dept. of Transportation, 40 Worth Street, Room 801, New York. NY 10013.
Successful candidate must become NYC resident within 90 days of appointment.
DOT is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
DEPARTMENT Of TRANSPORTATION
Deutz MWM Trademark
Gains Wide Acceptance
The new trademark Deutz MWM has gained wide acceptance throughout the world since the be- ginning of cooperation between
Klockner-Humboldt-Deutz AG, Co- logne, and Motoren-Werke Mann- heim AG, Mannheim, two years ago.
It combines the world's two oldest engine builders who had competed with one another for more than a century.
Motoren-Werke Mannheim AG exhibited its full-line four-stroke engine program in Amsterdam this past fall, ranging from 10 to 7,250 kw for marine application. On dis- play for the first time was the 16- cylinder model of the 604B series launched in 1985 with 6-, 8-, and 12- cylinder models. The engines of this series, highlighted by compactness and particular suitability for fast ships, cover a power spectrum from 420 to 1,930 kw.
Two engines of the Deutz MWM series 628, one six-cylinder in-line model and one 12-cylinder V-type model were displayed. Since the in- troduction of the 628 series eight years ago, contracts for more than 1,000 engines have been placed.
About 60 percent of the engine mod- els delivered so far operate as ma- rine marin propulsion units or in on- board auxiliary sets, covering a pow- er spectrum from 755 to 3,470 kw.
They can be operated on heavy fuel, including CIMAC 12.
High-speed engines of the Deutz
MWM series 816, 234 and 226B were also displayed.
With the current Deutz MWM engine range, it is possible to meet the requirements of varied marine applications in the power spectrum from 10 to 7,250 kw. The engines of the series 234, 604B and 628 are most suitable for the market seg- ment "fast ships," where they are gaining a strong foothold.
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Lykes Elects Blust, Clark
Assistant Vice Presidents
The board of directors of Lykes
Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., has an- nounced the election of Steven R.
Blust as assistant vice president-
Liner Services, Mediterranean divi- sion, and Roger L. Clark as vice president-Washington division.
Mr. Blust, a 16-year veteran of the international transportation in- dustry, joined Lykes this year as director of liner services-Mediterra- nean. He has extensive experience in the intermodal, traffic, sales and marketing aspects of ocean ship- ping. In his new position, he will be responsible for overseeing and coor- dinating the line operation of the company's Gulf/East Coast to the
Mediterranean containership ser- vice including traffic, cargo opera- tions, scheduling and intermodal functions.
Mr. Clark joined Lykes in 1985 as director, Traffic, Washington di- vision, bringing 13 years of industry experience to the company. In his new position as assistant vice presi- dent-Washington division, he will oversee Lykes' participation in all government-sponsored cargo pro- grams as well as the company's rou- tine contract with the federal agen- cies that affect the company.
New Reducing Union
Branch Tees Can Connect
Two Tubing Sizes
Swagelok® Tube Fitting Reducing
Union Branch Tees are now avail- able in 316 stainless steel and car- bon steel from Swagelok Co., Solon,
The new fittings provide size re- ductions from 2-inch, lV2-inch and l'/4-inch tube O.D. on the tee run down to 1-inch tube O.D. on the tee branch. The design reduces the number of mechanical connections normally required for drops from large to smaller tubing. It provides a smooth flow path, without internal pockets or steps.
As with all over 1-inch Swagelok
Tube Fittings, the new tees are eas- ily installed with the aid of the Swa- gelok Hydraulic Swaging Unit (HSU), a portable tool which swages the ferrules onto the tubing before final assembly into the fitting body.
Applications include direct cou- pling between supply lines and points of use, automated painting systems, hydraulic systems, process control, and instrumentation.
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Hayward Introduces New 90-Page Users' Guide
On Pipeline Strainers
The new Hayward Users' Guide is designed to help specifiers avoid costly mistakes caused by improper pipeline strainer selection or appli- cation.
Leading off with a comprehensive section on the basics of selecting a basket or Y strainer, the guide then takes the reader through the full line of Hayward metal and plastic pipeline strainers. Here, an exten- sive assortment of photos, detailed line and cutaway drawings, techni- cal information, selection tables and additional application facts for each strainer model are included.
Following this is an up-close look at strainer baskets—describing the various types, providing construc- tion details of both baskets and screens, and then offering extensive specifications on perforated screens and woven wire mesh screens.
Next, a series of Pressure Drop vs
Flow Rate curves for simplex, du- plex, Y, T and custom-fabricated strainers is included. Finally, data are provided on physical properties and chemical composition of strain- ers, as well as flow conversion fac- tors, viscosity equivalents, metric-
English conversions and suggested specifications.
For more information and a free copy of the Users' Guide from Hay- ward,
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