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Ship Repair & Conversion • Products & Services
Toftejorg Features Cleaning
Concept For Mud Tanks
Denmark-based company Toftejorg
A/S has produced a new automated tank cleaning concept, to be used specifically on offshore mud tanks. The develop- ment is a product of Toftejorg's experi- ence in solving complex tank cleaning problems. One fixed installed tank clean- ing machine/turbine water driven rotary jet head, which is
Inner surface of mud tank during the cleaning process. present in each tank, and the use of an environmentally approved cleaning chemical - Toftejorg Mud Cleaner 947 - are at the forefront of this new concept.
The water-based, non-toxic, solvent- free and fully biodegradable degreasing liquid in the Toftejorg Mud Cleaner, sig- nificantly reduces cleaning time and improved results. Previously, manual cleaning time could take anywhere from two to eight hours, but with the Mud
Cleaner 947, the job can be carried out in a few minutes.
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ITT Offers Two Condenser Types
ITT Standard touts two different types of ammonia condensers for efficient cooling in corrosive marine environ- ments — the shell-and-tube models and new welded plate condensers.
The former offers a secure design fea- turing no gasket contact with the ammo- nia, while the latter provides quality construction with laser welded titanium plates for longer use, operating efficien- cy and lower maintenance. Both com- pact, easy-to-clean versions are corro- sion resistant with titanium for long ser- vice life.
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Fleetguard, manu- facturer of heavy- duty engine oil fil- tration systems, has released its new
Centriguard cen- trifugal filtration.
Designed for diesel engines 18- liter and larger, the filters reduce emissions, extend drain intervals and remove contaminants in lube oil. which wear down valve bridges and fuel injectors, and cause bearing failure and sludge formation. The sys- tem is especially conducive for remov- ing very small particles (between one and five microns) and soot.
The Centriguard system, which is modeled after the company's patented
ConeStaC technology, allows equip- ment to operate in extended service environments, with lower replacement part and labor costs to service. ConeS- taC also effectively works to remove contaminants by forcing particles to migrate across a narrow gap between plastic cones.
Once particles reach the cone surface, they move outward toward the Centri- guard plastic liner shell and are com- pressed. The product's 44000 Series is available for both engine- and remote- mounted installations. Fleetguard also offers centrifugal filters for on/off high- way applications in the eight-16 liter range.
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RestoMotive Gets Marine Clean
RestoMotive Laboratories, manufac- turers of POR-15 Rust Preventive Coat-
PALL positioned globally to support you locally
Pall Rochem Marine
When the world is your port, you need the confidence of knowing that reliable service and logistic support awaits you,wherever your location.
Pall Rochem Marine support services are positioned globally, where the shipping and cruise industry need them. In addition to established locations in Europe and
Australia, new service facilities are available in ports in the USA and Asia. A world-wide network ensures continuity of supply on spares and consumables.
With Pall, your operations are supported by a company with 15 years experience, the commitment, R&D and people you deserve.
Be sure to contact Pall Rochem Marine for ail your onboard water management requirements. desalination systems greywater treatment disc tube module technology worldwide sen/ice and support
Pall Aeropower Corporation 1-727-539-8448 tel 1-727-533-0401 fax
Pall Rochem Marine Singapore
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Germany, Pall Wassertechnik 49-40-7527940 tel 49-40-75279434 fax
Pall GmbH, Frankfurt 49-6103-3070 tel 49-6103-307198 fax
England, Pall Europe Ltd. 44(0)23 9230 3303 tel 44(0)23 9230 2498 fax 54 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News