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Flagg Offers Catalog
On Complete Line Of
Fittings And Flanges
Stanley G. Flagg & Co. of Stowe,
Penn., is offering a free catalog of its complete line of fittings and flanges for the marine industry.
Flagg-Flow fittings have been a part of the Flagg product line for over 50 years. During that time, the company's engineers have devel- oped a complete line of bronze fit- tings for brazed joints.
The Flagg-Flow family includes a complete line of straight size and reducing fittings; unions; flanges (commercial and Navy) and high pressure fittings. Many of the high pressure fittings are designed for ultrasonic testing.
The fittings are used extensively by the naval shipbuilding and repair industry. They are currently used in many of the critical piping systems throughout the ship. They include water (salt and potable), air lines, refrigeration systems, oil lubrication and vacuum lines.
Nearly all of Flagg's fittings are designed in strict accordance with military specifications.
The catalog lists part numbers and specifications for the entire line of Flagg-Flow fittings. Photographs and diagrams are also included.
In addition, Flagg offers an in- structional video and booklet, "Suc- cessful Brazing with Flagg-Flow."
These cover step-by-step tech- niques for every aspect of brazing, from proper fit and clearance to cooling and cleanup.
For more information on Flagg's complete line of fittings and flanges, and the instructional videotape,
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Si-Tex Names Nelson
Vice President, Finance
Charles G. Nelson
Ted Hansford, president and
CEO of Si-Tex Marine Electronics,
Inc., recently announced that
Charles G. Nelson has been named vice president of finance.
According to Mr. Hansford, Mr.
Nelson will be responsible for all financial reporting to the parent corporation, annual budgets, finan- cial statement preparation and gov- ernmental reporting.
Si-Tex is a major supplier of ma- rine radars, depth sounders, lorans, satnavs, electronic charting sys- tems, marine stereos and VHF ra- dios. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Koden Electronics Co., Ltd., To- kyo, Japan. Koden purchased the company in July of this year from
Smith Industries, Ltd., London,
Represented in Canada by: Cardon Communications, Inc., Hamilton, Ontario 416/527-1040
VHF Marine Radios • Marine Instruments • Reverse Osmosis Desalinators
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Stanich New Marine
For QMC, Inc.
QMC, Inc., Houston, Texas, re- cently announced that Cliff R.
Stanich, has joined the company as a marine chartering broker. Mr.
Stanich is a business graduate from Texas A&M University and has worked in the mortgage lending industry prior to his appointment.
QMC, Inc., is a Houston-based company specializing in chartering of marine equipment for the trans- portation of crude oil, petroleum products, petrochemicals and other bulk liquids, both domestic and in- ternational. 66 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News
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