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Brochure On Chemical
And Engineering Services
Aiken-Murray Corporation, New
York, N.Y., is offering a free six- page fold-out brochure and other literature on the chemical and engi- neering services marketed by the company.
Included in the literature is an announcement by Kenneth J. Ed- wards, president of Aiken-Murray
Corporation, introducing improved "marine" Aiken® Even-Flo® formu- las to tackle today's problems expe- rienced by steam turbine ships and motor vessels.
Aiken Even-Flo 910 (MVs) and
Aiken Even-Flo 910E (STs) are so- phisticated wholly organic fuel treatments. They incorporate chem- icals that inhibit stratification, in- hibit corrosion, prevent the forma- tion of asphaltic agglomerates, and reduce the surface tension of the fuel. When all of these components are blended into a liquid, the result is a product which causes a uniform mixture to be delivered from the treated storage tanks to the burner nozzles for maximum combustion efficiency and system cleanliness.
According to the manufacturer, maintenance downtime is reduced considerably and the resulting fuel savings are many times over the cost of the treatment used.
The illustrated brochure dis- cusses Aiken products and formula- tions used in a comprehensive ap- proach which the company has suc- cessfully followed since 1934 in many of the largest and interme- diate size companies on land and at sea in the U.S. and abroad.
For further information and a free copy of the brochure and litera- ture from Aiken-Murray Corpora- tion,
Circle 295 on Reader Service Card
Committee Seeks Funds
To Restore Memorial
To Slocum Tragedy
A committee has been formed in
New York City to restore the Slo- cum Fountain monument in Tomp- kins Square Park under the Munici- pal Art Society's Adopt-A-Monu- ment Program. The aim of the com- mittee is to raise the estimated $12,000 for the restoration and en- dowed maintenance for the coming 85th anniversary of the fire aboard the excursion steamer General Slo- cum, in which 1,021 lives were lost.
The disaster has gone down in his- tory books as the second largest inland water casualty in the nation and worst in the history of New
Much of the safety conditions for passengers on the nation's inland waters now are the result of reforms made in the laws after this tragedy.
Information may be obtained from the non profit Slocum Memo- rial Fountain, Municipal Art Socie- ty, 475 Madison Avenue, New York
City, N.Y. 10022.
Overseas shipping is a vital component of
Sea-Land Corporation, a multibillion dollar international freight transportation company. To retain our leadership position among competi- tors in the ocean transportation business, we're seeking an Engineer who will be responsible for the design of new construction and an additional
Engineer who will focus on the management of existing modification and conversion projects.
The ideal candidates will need a degree in
Marine Engineering and/or Naval Architecture; 5 years' design experience in ship's machinery and outfit, as well as new construction and con- version/repair superintendent experience. You should also have solid backgrounds in preparing new construction and major modification specifications, and 2 years' experience in Project
Management, including contract negotiations.
Additional qualifications include international work experience in both Europe and the Far East; computer skills with both programming and PC usage; fluency in English; and familiarity with national and international rules and regulations.
Sea-Land offers competitive salaries and benefits packages for these administrative and technical management positions. To apply, send your resume with salary requirements to;
Manager, Corporate Human Resources,
Sea Land Corporation, P.O. Box 800, Iselin,
NJ 08830. We are an equal opportunity employer M/F/H/V
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