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Marine Gears Introduces 'TR' Series Marine Clutches —Free Brochure Available—
Marine Gears, Inc., Greenville,
Miss., is offering the new Haley
MGI "Torsionally Resilient" Ma- rine Clutch in ten sizes ranging from 800 to 6,250 hp.
Available in stock and ready for immediate delivery, all "TR" Series
Marine Clutch components—rims, tubes and shoes—are designed and manufactured to meet Haley MGI's exacting engineering and produc- tion standards, then combined in- plant and tested to meet perform- ance specifications.
According to the company, the "TR" Series is subjected to rigorous testing for torsional resilience, damping coefficient, radial stiffness
Greenville, Miss.-based Marine Gears, dependable, durable operation.
Inc., offers a wide power range of marine clutches for and maximum torque capability by registered professional engineers of the Mechanical Engineering De- partment of Mississippi State Uni- versity.
If you have the hull and the machinery, we have the rest.
Soft or hard core panels for functioning comfort and light weight security.
Decorative laminates for your choice of colour, structure or art work.
Marine doors, the key to comfort and security.
Floating floors for good insultation of sound, temperature and fire.
Wet units offered as plug-in modules for hygiene, comfort and economy.
Deck covering systems for levelling and sound damping.
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As for the components of the "TR" Series Clutch, the torsionally resilient air gland tube is made of durable neoprene elastomer, rein- forced with eight-ply polyester cord, formed and cured on Haley MGI designed and constructed precision molds. The tube provides excellent strength, durability and torsional resilience.
Marine Gears reports that wheth- er a new rim rolled and finish- machined by MGI, or a rim remanu- factured with new welded replace- ment registers finish-machined to original tolerances, every "TR" Se- ries Marine Clutch rim meets equal- ly exacting engineering and manu- facturing standards.
The air gland tube is formed, cured and bonded onto the rim resulting in a rim-tube combination which provides a tough torsionally resilient air gland foundation for excellent friction shoe positioning, before, during and after clutch en- gagement.
MGI, founded in 1973, also offers
Haley "TB" Series Clutches for use in exceptional high-torque applica- tions. The "TB" Series is very ver- satile because they are interchange- able with all torque bar series ma- rine clutches. The hard rubber- coated torque bars and induction- hardened side plate holes reduce wear.
MGI claims that excluded alumi- num shoes provide higher strength and reduced weight. "TB" Series clutches and drums are available in stock for immediate delivery in new or remanufactured sizes 14-inch through 32-inch "TB" wide series and 20-inch through 42-inch "TB" narrow series. Split tubes are also available.
Marine Gears, Inc., an American
Gear Manufacturers Association- certified manufacturer, offers a wide range of marine clutches, as well as marine gears. For a free bro- chure detailing MGI products,
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Navy Awards $24.2-Million Contract
To Bath Iron Works
Bath Iron Works Corporation,
Bath, Maine, has been awarded a $24,169,400 modification to a pre- viously awarded cost-plus-award- fee contract for lead yard services for DDG-51 class ships. The con- tract was awarded by Naval Sea
Systems Command, Washington,