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warping tugs project. The company has outfitted 35 U.S. Army landing craft with bow anchor windlasses and stern anchor winches, as well as five U.S. Army logistics support ves- sels with stern anchor winches. The
Mississippi firm provided machin- ery to most types of commercial vessels including commercial fish- ing vessels, offshore supply boats, tugs, utility boats, ferries, research vessels, crewboats, landing craft, cruise vessels, and fire boats.
At present, McElroy is building the deck machinery for the U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers dustpan dredge Hurley, as well as 12 capstans for U.S. Navy crane barges. Also in production are anchor windlasses, capstans, tuggers and stern rollers for the MSRC vessels currently being built on the Gulf Coast.
Established in 1915, McElroy of- fers a product range that covers small single drum mechanical winches weighing only 25 pounds, up to dou- ble drum diesel-driven winches weighing in excess of 50,000 pounds.
Hydraulic, diesel and electric drive packages are also available on winch- es and other deck machinery.
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Circle 247 on Reader Service Card located in Santa Ana, Calif., now offers more than 90 different ma- rine crane models, ranging in size from 1/2-ton to 100-ton capacity.
Morgan marine cranes are built to withstand any marine environ- ment and can be ordered in knuckleboom, fixed or telescopic design. All cranes offer rack and pinion or continuous rotation slew- ing.
The Santa Ana-based company offers a complete line of standard or special marine crane applications and can be found throughout the commercial and military shipping industry.
Morgan marine cranes are used aboard the U.S. Navy AGOR-23 and
TAGS-45, U.S. Army Corps of Engi- neers dredge Hurley, U.S. Coast
Guard Polar Star and Polar Sea, and the Israeli Navy SA'AR 5 corvettes.
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New England Trawler Equipment
Company recently delivered the fourth non-magnetic anchor wind- lass, Model X-1852 for the U.S.
Navy's minehunter vessels (MHC).
These special windlasses are con- structed of5086 aluminum, stainless steel, bronze, and copper, and have an 8-inch main shaft of Aquamet 18.
Four more of these custom-designed non-magnetic windlasses are cur- rently in production in the company's
Chelsea, Mass., facility.
Previously, NETEC built 14 iden- tical, non-magnetic windlasses as the exclusive supplier for the Navy's
MCM series ships.
Current projects under way or recently completed include: a 10- winch package with slewing and luffing winches, as well as position- ing winches for a commercial floating mining/mineral processing facility in Florida; spud winches and cap- stans for Corps of Engineers barges; and capstans, windlasses and an- choring winches for commercial bulk carriers; and a Multiple Opening/
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System winch in under 10 weeks for the NOAA vessel Oregon II.
Later this year, the company will supply anchor winches for two ma- jor oceangoing OPA-compliant double-hulled tank barges.
New England Trawler Equipment
Company designs and engineers all of its machinery specifically to meet its customers' needs, and manufac- tures to meet major classification society standards.
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Nordic Machine & Mfg., Seattle,
Wash., is a company geared toward customer-specified projects. In ad- dition to its line of anchor winches and hydraulic fishing equipment,
Nordic is largely involved in design- ing and building custom hydraulic machinery.
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