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Hi-Test Labs 105
Holistic Management Consul 122
IMO Delaval 8
Indal Technologies 81
Integrated Systems Analysts 139
Jered Brown Brothers 85
Keystone Valve 146
Kidde, Walter 108
Lindgren Associates 216
Marine Machinery Association . . . .243
Marotta Scientific 75
McMullen, John J 21
Moffitt, Lucian Q 123
MTU of North America 151
Murdock Engineering 1
Naval Research Lab 190
Nelson Electric 52
Newport News Shipbuilding 83
NKF Engineering 154
Northwest Marine Services 159
Nugent, Wm. W 228
Olympus-Fiber Optics —
Parker Hannifin 68
Paxman Diesels 165
Portland Ship Repair Yard 143
PPG Industries 48
Products, Research & Chemical . . . .121
Resource Consultants 45
Rockwell International 24
Rosenblatt, M 61
SAI Technology 240
Scientific Management Assoc 227
Seacoast Marine Electric 96
Sharp, George G 36
SIFCO Selective Plating 3
Solar Turbine 147
SPD Technologies 31
Sperry Marine 77
SSS Clutch 156
Stephens Equipment 161
Stewart & Stevenson 106
Tano Marine Systems 211
Technical Products 60
Titanium Development Assoc 169
US Naval Institute 104
UNified Industries 12
Vernitron Controls 30
Waukesha Bearings 102
Westinghouse Electric 4
Wyle Laboratories 168
The following is a brief overview of the companies that will be exhib- iting at the ASNE '89 exhibition as of press time. A short description of the products and services each firm will have on display is included along with the booth where they will be appearing.
For further information on any of the companies included in the this guide, circle the reader ser- vice number under the company's name.
Circle 128 on Reader Service Card
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) classifies all types of vessels and marine structures. In addition, ABS offers certifica- tion of equipment and systems, marine sur- vey and consultancy services and structur- al, mechanical and electrical analyses. The classification society will display at Booth 50.
Circle 129 on Reader Service Card
Exhibiting at Booth 49. Advanced Tech- nology (AD TECH) offers professional ser- vices support to the Navy, including engi- neering, computer, management and logis- tics services.
Circle 110 on Reader Service Card
Aero Nav Laboratories, Inc., displaying at
Booth 43, conducts structure-borne noise, shock, explosion-proof and vibration testing in air and marine applications. The company also has the facilities to conduct accelera- tion force simulations, RFI/EMI interfer- ence testing and climatic environment sim- ulations.
Circle 130 on Reader Service Card
Aeroquip Corporation has over 40 years' experience designing and producing NAV-
SEA-approved marine and MIL-Spec hose lines, fittings, couplings, adapters and other fluid power products and stores tie-downs.
Aeroquip will exhibit at Booth 229.
Circle 131 on Reader Service Card
Alco Power supplied Paxman Valenta die- sel engines for the U.S. Coast Guard's new
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Circle 222 on Reader Service Card *m • Nuclear submarine eqc with Maxim desal
General Dynamics Photo *
See us at OTC, May 1-4, 1989
Houstop, TX, Booth #6012