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Henley, O'Leary

To Manage ACL

Marine Operations

Atlantic Container Line officials recently announced the transfer of

Peter J. Henley from Southamp- ton, England, to company head- quarters in South Plainfield, N. J., where he will continue as operations vice president. The company also announced the appointment of

Kathleen O'Leary as general manager, marine operations, report- ing to Mr. Henley.

In his position as operations vice president, Mr. Henley is responsi- ble for all facets of marine opera- tions, both vessels and terminals.

He has been with ACL since 1972, working in various positions in the operations area.

As the new general manager of marine operations, Ms. O'Leary is responsible for all operating aspects of ACL vessels, including vessel scheduling, monitoring vessel utili- zation, and directing the activities of ACL tonnage centers.

Shipboard corrosion problems solved.

Aeroquip engineers, working with the Navy on corrosion resistance technology for the DDG51 program, developed a line of noncorrosive Monel and stainless steel reusable fittings.

In addition to solving the corrosion problem, the Aeroquip designed hose fittings also extend service life and quickly refit at sea. Replacement fittings are not necessary. With Aeroquip reusable fittings, "inventory" is already in place on the old fluid line.

This corrosion resistance technology and product development solves the needs of shipbuilders everywhere. A range of reusable fittings in sizes from 3/8" to 10" are available. Configurations include 90° doglegs, male O-Ring seals, and 150 pound and 600 pound commercial flanges. If you have other requirements, call us and we'll team you with our engineers to solve your problem.

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Other Aeroquip Marine Products

Reusable Fittings with Convoluted

Teflon* Hose

NAVSEA approved . reusable fittings for rapid replacement of hose lines. Three piece, bolt- together fittings are easily assembled with hand tools "Teflon is a DuPont trademark

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RISIC Couplings

Aeroquip RISIC 3 Couplings provide improved system flexibility for piping on ship water and oil service RISIC 3 is approved for use on U.S. Navy surface and subsurface vessels.

Consult Aeroquip for your application.

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We >roquip

Marine Hose and Fittings

Aeroquip FC300 AQP* hose now has NAVSEA approval. FC300 hose has been engineered for demanding high temperature shipboard appli- cations and is available with a complete selection of fittings. FC300 also exceeds SAE 100R5 specifications.

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Avondale Awards

Design Engineering

Subcontract To JJH

JJH Inc., Cherry Hill, N.J., has been awarded an engineering sub- contract by Avondale Shipyards,

Inc., New Orleans, La., for assist- ance in developing the detail design of the T-AGS 45 oceanographic sur- vey ship. The 456-foot-long vessel will conduct environmental and ba- thymetric surveys and experimental operations in support of the Under- sea and Warfare Office of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Com- mand. The vessel is intended to replace an existing U.S. naval vessel currently in operation.

JJH will have the responsibility of providing engineering design, analysis and detail construction drawings per Avondale's methodo- logy for mechanical, electrical, pip- ing, HVAC and outfitting systems.

T-AGS 45 will be built by Avondale to commercial ABS and Coast

Guard standards and operated by the Military Sealift Command.

For more information and free lit- erature from JJH,

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Hanna Company Promotes

Henry And Lindsey

The M. A. Hanna Company,

Cleveland, Ohio, announced recent- ly that Garth W. Henry, vice pres- ident and comptroller, has been ap- pointed to the newly created posi- tion of vice president of marine services and special projects while assistant comptroller Thomas E.

Lindsey has been promoted to comptroller.

In his new position, Mr. Henry will report to Martin D. Walker, chairman and chief executive offi- cer, and will oversee a variety of spe- cial operating and administrative projects, as well as Hanna's marine services division.

As comptroller, Mr. Lindsey will report to Ronald G. Fountain, vice president, finance and chief financial officer.

Kim Hotstart Mfg. Offers

New 28-Page Catalog

Outlining Industrial Heaters

Spokane, Wash.-based Kim Hot- start Manufacturing Co.'s expanded line of industrial coolant heaters and oil heaters is featured in a new 28-page catalog. The units are avail- able for off-road construction, min- ing, marine, locomotives and stand- by power engines.

New products include a water- tight THA model tank heater de- signed for wet or damp locations, and an improved VH series of en- gine coolant heaters able to be mounted vertically or horizontally.

Sections in the catalog give informa- tion and specification charts on water heaters, oil heaters, battery heaters, and controls and accesso- ries.

For more information and a free copy of the catalog,

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