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Adrick Cooling Corporation is a supplier of marine air-condi- tioning machin- ery, self-con- tained units, refrigerators, coolers and freez- ers, including design, engineer- ing and fabrica- tion of custom- built units and systems.
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William E. Williams
William E. Williams Valve Corporation man- ufactures valves that are designed, • w«tomtw«tonw engineered, manu- factured and tested to meet all applica- ble standards including, ASTM,
ANSI and API.
Gate Valves are designed to offer minimum pressure drop in the fully open position and are dependable for use in steam, water, oil, vapor and other high pres- sure services.
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Xenex Navigation Inc. has introduced the
Navigence line of rugged ^ waterproof marine displays for radar, electronic charting and general marine applications. The Navigence
XD104W, XD121W, XD151W and
XD181W are flat-panel, TFT, LCD displays with screens of 10.4, 12.1, 15.1 and 18.1in. respectively. In addition to being completely waterproof, Xenex Navigence Waterproof dis- plays provide mariners a reliable, high-defini- tion screen image, working as well under direct sunlight as on the bridge at night.
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Eurasia Group of companies is one of the world's leading ship managers specializing in the total management of tonnage across all vessel sectors. Eurasia prides itself in treating its managed ships as if they were its own and building a strong team of experts around the ship to ensure its safe and profitable opera- tion.
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LIEBHERR-Werk Nenzing GmbH, located in Austria, was founded in 1976 for the pur- pose of design- ing, selling, man- ufacturing and providing after- sales service for ship and offshore cranes. Since then the product range has extend- ed to include crawler cranes, as well as harbor mobile cranes. The network of Liebherr ser- vice stations throughout the world provides a continuous and reliable after-sales service for all our customers.
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IBM CATLA's ability to fully develop a 3-D design on the computer helps to eliminate the need for paper design. Ships can be designed and built piece-by-piece, sec- tion-by-section, before the first steel is ordered.
ENOVIA web-based solutions provide people in an extend- ed enterprise with global access to product, process and resource information.
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Fla.-based ACR is a 1 manufacturer of a | sophisticated series 1 of rescue and sur- ' vival products, i including EPIRBs, personal utility lights, marker lights, radios,
SARTs and safety accessories.
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Maritime Associates has the capabilities to supply signage needs, including complete shipboard conversion projects and sign upgrading services. They are a manufacturer with the flexibility to produce signs, cost-effectively in the U.S., in a wide range of materials, mounting and installations methods.
Order online, or contact them for a free CD prod- uct guide. See their new product lines, including their innovative pho- toluminescent material, bright white, and the
SlimLine Low Location Lighting System.
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All American Marine & Diesel
All American Marine & Diesel offers a full line of services to provide complete engine sales, parts and service for ©
EMD needs. The company is a pro- fessional place- ment service that specializes in the offshore and inland commercial industry. All American is currently introduc- ing METRECZ, which is an oil clean up and containment product line.
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Deansteel Manufacturing Co. manufactures
IMO-FTP code marine fire doors and frames certified by
Lloyds. Interior and exterior appli- cations; louvers, lights, and a wide range of hardware.
They specialize in standard and cus- tom berths avail- able with drawers and curtains; complete galley design, fabrica- tion, and installation.
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Cotecmar is an organization that seeks scien- tific and technological approaches to support the naval develop- ment, commercial ships and riverboat industries. Cotecmar offers a multi-faceted focus and a variety of services including: design, construction, repair, and mainte- nance of ships; specialty technological ser- vices; industrial technical services and other services such as refrigeration and air condi- tioning equipment maintenance, and glass applications.
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Moose Boats, a builder of aluminum catama- rans in the 32-ft range, introduces its
Boats. Three models are produced and all are offered with power options of either twin diesel jet drive or twin four stroke outboards. These high performance boats can handle almost any sea condition and provide an exceptionally stable working platform.
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Seavac Marine Services
Seavac Marine Services located in
Freeport, Texas, provides under- water hull cleaning for large commercial and non-commercial vessels, and U.S. Navy Ships. Seavac was located pre- viously in San Diego,Calif., where it provided expertise to the United States Navy to clean the underwater hulls of some of their largest warships like the U.S.S. Missouri BB-63.
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M a r 1 o w
Ropes, an approved
ISO 9001 company, are worldwide leaders in pioneering the use of specialist fibers and rope constructions for the marine and off- shore industries. Marlow's success is based on technical knowledge, understanding the appli- cation requirement and satisfying the user needs.
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B.V. specializes in supplying marine prod- ucts; essentially VNQRTELBQER anchors chain- j^HHh windlasses — H^JF with deliveries "JF" on a worldwide basis. The company is headquartered in
Rotterdam, where a substantial stock i s kept, guaranteeing immediate delivery to veritually every port in the world.
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Hornell now offers the
Speedglas FlexView which features a 4.75 x 3.6 in. clear polycar- bonate lens which can be used for weld prepa- ration under low light conditions. A spring holds the auto-darken- ing lens on top of the helmet, which gives the welder a clear view behind the protective lens. The user can lift the spring-mounted Speedglas lens assembly for weld prep. The clear lens meets the ANSI
Z87 industrial eye and face protection stan- dard.
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