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Crane Resistoflex Defense and Specialty
Systems will display at Booth 153. Some of the products offered by the company in- clude teflon hose assemblies, Dynatube fit- tings, Stress-Free fittings, gear-powered unions and self-aligning fittings.
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At Booth 118, Cummins Engine will dis- play its latest diesel engines for marine applications. The company offers a wide range of propulsion engines from 76 to 9,000 hp, and auxiliary generator sets rang- ing from 30 to 6,600 kw.
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At Booth 111, Cunningham Marine Hy- draulics will display Tenfjord steering gears and Hele-Shaw pumps. Besides manufactur- ing these products, Cunningham also over- hauls and services them.
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CTI Industries, in Booth 174, will offer information on its complete condenser, heat exchanger and coating services.
DAYTON T. BROWN
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At Booth 142, Dayton T. Brown will offer information on its standardization, perfor- mance and environmental testing, quality assurance and inspection and test facility design services.
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John Deere is the developer of the Strati- fied Charge Omnivorous Rotary Engine (SCORE). Information on the SCORE power plant and its maritime applications will be available at Booth 87.
DESIGNERS & PLANNERS
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The marine engineering and naval archi- tectural firm of Designers & Planners, Inc. will display at Booth 149.
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At Booth 128, Deutsch Metal Compo- nents will display pyplok®, an innovative, cost-reducing method for joining shipboard piping.
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The naval architecture and marine engi- neering firm of Diversified Technologies will exhibit at Booth 242.
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Dynabrade, Inc., will exhibit its air-pow- ered, abrasive belt machine, Dynafile®, along with its other abrasive power tools.
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Will be exhibiting at Booth 72. Products offered by EG&G Sealol include water or oil- lubricated stern tube seals for surface ships; pump seals; boiler feed pump seals (bellows type); welded metal bellows seals and de- vices; and in-line high-pressure check valves for nuclear submarines.
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Will display at Booth 65. Envirovac offers
Coast Guard-certified vacuum sewage sys- tems and ORCA sewage treatment sys- tems.
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Engineering Visions, Inc. (ENVISIONS) supplies technical services for military and commercial ship alteration support. The firm will display at Booth 73.
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Falk Corporation offers marine propulsion gears, power take-off drives, high-quality steel castings, continuous slip clutches and gear monitoring equipment. Falk will exhibit at Booth 239
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Located at Booth 33. FMC's Northern
Ordnance Division is the producer of the MK 41 Vertical Launching System and MK 45
Lightweight Gun, both AEGIS weapon sys- tems. FMC also supports the U.S. Navy with
Digital Communications Networks, the Sur- face Warfare Overhaul and Repair Depot (SWORD) facility and Submarine Combat
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General Electric will exhibit its capabilities in naval propulsion, ship service and control systems at Booths 224-229, 230-235. GE has worked with the U.S. Navy propelling and powering its ships for over 100 years.
GE-RCA AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
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RCA Electronic Systems Department, lo- cated at Booth 27, is the producer of the
AEGIS weapon system and is the AEGIS
Combat System Engineering Agent for both the CG-47 Class cruiser and the DDG-51
Class destroyer ships. RCA performs sys- tem analysis, advanced development, de- sign, software development, manufacturing, test logistics planning and support, training and operation maintenance.
GIBBS & COX
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A leading naval architecture and marine engineer for the Navy, Gibbs & Cox has pre- pared detail design drawings of over 40 classes of surface ships in its 60-year his- tory. The company will display at Booth 113.
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Hemisphere Development Services, Inc., is a technical representative for marine, port and material handling systems. The company will display at Booth 127.
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Henschel, a unit of General Signal, offers ship control, interior communication and monitoring systems. Henschel will exhibit at
Booth 63. •ALLISON MARINE ENGINES HAVE BEEN
PROVEN ONLY IN THE AREAS CAREFULIY
MARKED IN BLUE.
Since 1962, Allison engines have been called on for maritime propulsion and to create on-board electrical power in every corner of the globe.
The reason for all this is simple. We build reliability into each engine we make.
Reliability that's been proven in harsh environments in the air, on land, and on the deepest, most hostile saltwater seas.
Allison engines have over 3,000,000 hours of cumulative maritime operating experience and over 100,000,000 hours of aviation and industrial experience. Our engines also have high maintainability plus worldwide support from our extensive parts and service network
In addition, Allison is General Motors.
So, the expertise of the world's largest engineering and manufacturing company is behind each engine.
Write to Allison Gas Turbine, General
Motors Corporation, PO. Box Allison 420,U-6,Indianapolis,Indiana 46206 USATelex 6876054. ) 1987 Allison Gas Turbine
See us at ASNE Booth 244
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