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Inc. introduced the new model
USN 5 8L. It is a portable ultrasonic Haw- detector with color transreflective LCD display, fast 60 Hz update rate, and opti- mum viewing in direct sunlight. The
USN 58L replaces the popular USN 50L and 52L instruments.
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In 1991 the Dolphin-1 started with repair con- tracts with Messrs
Bulgare (the Bulgarian state-owned merchant fleet) and since then more than 150 such con- tracts on their vessels were complet- ed in our facilities. The M/V Bella was designed for servicing passenger flow from cargo and passenger ferry- boat complex, as well as for charter within the country territorial waters. i Circle No. 106
AM I Exchangers man- ufacture replacement marine charge air cool- ers. They also manu- facture other types ol heat exchangers tor marine applica- tions. A personal service together with excellent product quality is of paramount importance. Whether vou operate a large tanker, container ship, cruise ship or land based power plant, AMI Exchangers have the heat exchanger solutions for you.
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Draeger Safety has introduced a series of
X-plore masks and fil- ter respirators offering comfort and protection from hazardous com- pounds. The lightweight masks use new materials and the new design provides for a uniquely comfortable face-seal. A two-point bayonet connection allows both filters to be attached to the mask so the filters will always be placed correctly and quickly onto the mask
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Ancor Marine Grade
Products has released its 2003-2004 prod- uct catalog, as well as the publication of a newly improved web site located at www.ancorpproducts.com. The cat- alog features their newest products including an upgraded selection of
Heat Source Tools, originally designed Stainless Steel and Velcro
Cable Ties, and a number of inven- tive Electrical Meters/Testers.
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International manufactures restricted and closed portable gauging tapes designed for speed, simplicity and accuracy. The Flexi-Dip Trimode measures ullage, interface and tem- perature in a single dip through an
MMC vapor control valve. Ideal for both marine and land based applications. ^Circle No. 108
J| Ansul >
Ansul has a long history of protect- ing commercial » marine and naval ijjfc vessels. They pro- vide type approved INER-
GEN Clean-Agent and Carbon
Dioxide Systems to satisfy the fire suppression requirements for tug and tow boats.
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LandSea Systems introduces the lat- est technology in maritime satellite communications, the Capsat Fleet55. The new high- speed terminal provides cost effec- tive voice and data communications based on either MPDS or a 64K
ISDN connection. The smaller dimensions of the random antenna makes the Fleet55 particularly well suited for yachts, patrol boats and fishing vessels.
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Mediterraneo was founded in 1911, is located in the Port of
Naples. The Shipyard facilities include workshops, service buildings, drydocks and repair quay.
The Shipyard owns all infrastruc- tures and equipment for the ship repair purpose including slop collec- tions facilities. A total of four dry- docks are available to dock ship up to 80,000 DWT.
Circle No. 105 r „ NLB > ' NLB has released a
MS j^. new catalog highlight- •i* S? t'lc comPany's ^ expanded line of high-pressure and ultra-high pressure water jet acces- sories. New additions include lances and foot control valves with a quick-change cartridge seal, a 20,000-psi 3-D tank cleaning head and automated systems for tube lancing and stripe removal. Circle No. 110 1 Kl FSL >
FSL is a joint ven- »1®* KbHh ture between BAE
Vosper Thornycroft, two suppliers of ships and system to the UK Royal Navy. While improv- ing the efficiency of shiprepair and support activities for the Royal Navy,
FSL has increased the throughput by marketing the extensive facilities and skills of its workforce for commercial shiprepair and general engineering.
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GMMOS Dubai is a general engineering and fabrication company, established to provide maintenance and sup- port services in the oil and gas industries in the Middle East and Gulf region. The GMMOS yard has 700 ft. waterfront, 425 ft. bulk- head and a 25,000 sq. fit. workshop equipped the cold rolling machines, a plate shear press, an iron worker and two 10 ton overhead cranes. ^Circle No. 112
GMMOSTECH provides services in the field of tanker, gas carri- er and dry cargo repair and main- tenance from its base in Dubai.
The company was formed in 1988 to provide a complete range of repair and maintenance services to interna- tional ship owners for afloat repairs at Port Rashi and Jebel Ali Port.
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Goltens > . •^••Jft^H Goltens has com-
I pleted of a new range of Crankshaft
Repair Tools capable of slashing large crankshaft repair time by 50 percent and fully undertaking insitu repairs on new slow speed stroke engines.
Produced by the Goltens R&D cen- ter in Rotterdam, the Crankshaft
Repair Tools will be featured at Nor-
Shipping this June to a group of selected clients, only.
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Lantec has intro- duced its newest product, the LH
Specifically designed for Offshore
Cranes, this new hoist series includes more than 10 models to suit nearly any crane. Features include long-life gearing, improved high-capacity sprag clutch, stable and reliable brake valve, and foot- prints identical to competitive mod- els for easy field replacement.
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HBM, Inc. is a supplier of com- plete systems solu- tions for industrial and laboratory measurement applications, including force, torque, weight, strain, dis- placement and pressure. Founded in 1950, HBM is a wholly owned sub- sidiary of Spectris pic. With North
American Headquarters in
Marlborough, Mass., HBM has branches and representatives throughout the world. .Circle No. 116
Hilti offers construction professionals almost everything necessary for measuring, positioning, chiseling, drilling, fastening, installa- tion, cutting, sanding and insulation.
Their range comprises positioning systems, drilling and demolition technology, diamond coring systems, direct fastening systems, screw tech- nology, anchors, installation systems, cutting and sanding systems as well as firestop and foam systems.
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Infrafone has devel- oped a range of sonic cleaners and an engi- neering technique which has made it possible to replace soot blowers for keeping exhaust gas uptakes clean. The Infrafone sonic cleaners are designed to generate a low frequency sound, which prevents the accumulation of soot flakes. The sonic cleaners minimize the risk of soot flakes falling on deck. .Circle No. 118
Keppel Shipyard has capabilities and expertise in the whole spec- trum of repairs, conversions and specialized con- struction of marine and offshore ves- sels. With the complete integration of its three yards in Singapore-Tuas,
Benoi and Gul, Keppel Shipyard is able to fully optimize its resources and yard facilities. ^Circle No. 119 >
Kistler Information 63 is the current issue of Kistler's customer magazine which introduces their latest prod- ucts and illustrates how their measur- ing systems are applied in practice by major companies.
Circle No. 120 ' ^ — Laserpoint > mmft \ . Pinpoint Laser >" J Systems intro- duced the new
Flatness and Leveling Kit. Designed for aligning production machinery and industrial equipment. The flat- ness and leveling kit can operate over a 30-ft radius and is well-suited to many demanding aligning situa- tions.
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RoRo ship division is a straightforward organization that works solely with
They offer the engi- neering skills, know-how, experience and innovative thinking to secure the right solution to any given RoRo cargo handling requirement.
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Malaysia Shipyard and Engineering started operations in 1973. A major heavy industry in the domestic and international marine sector, their core business activities are shiprepair, shipbuilding, ship conversion, onshore/offshore oil and gas projects.
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The new CSA
Certified Model 220 from Mid-West
Instrument is a ^ breakthrough design for explo- sion-proof applica- tions. The entire gauge/switch is available with pressure containing elements in aluminum of 316 stain- less steel.
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Founded in 1952,
Nichol & Andrew was the first company of its kind to carry out on site machining and repairs on marine propulsion units such as diesel engines. Their on site marine technicians have traveled around the world carrying out emergency repairs to damaged main engines, tailshafts, propeller shafts and associated marine equipment.
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