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  • N.A. Philips Communications Systems has announced an advance micropressor-controlled error correcting system that links shipboard teleprinters to the worldwide Telex network. The new unit, called STB-750, installs between the vessel's high frequency radio and the teleprinter. Using ARQ, "FEC" and selective FEC error correcting techniques, it enables the vessel to exchange error-free traffic with any Telex terminal anywhere in the world.

    The STB-750 is an advanced replacement for Philips STB-75 system, now installed on over 600 vessels and offshore platforms. The ships use H.F. radio to communicate with coastal stations, which are linked directly to the Telex landline network. At present, there are more than 30 coastal stations in Europe, North America, and Asia, providing total coverage to all shipping lanes.

    The advantage of radio telex, according to Philips Communications Systems, is its economy. STB-750 offers the same low error rates as satellite in most geographic areas, and error rates approaching the performance of satellite in fringe areas.

    Major features of the new system include dialing from the teleprinter keyboard, automatic frequency drift correction, and buffer storage of up to 12,000 characters.

    For complete information on the new radio telex system, write to Saverio J. Berthe, North American Philips, Communications Systems, 91 McKee Drive, Mahway, N.J.

    70430.

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  • P&ID and 3-D model The P&ID module data integration with the 3-D model has been further improved. This gives the advantages of selecting the correct systems, pipelines and components from the diagram layout for use in the 3-D model during the component layout and routing of the pipes. The 3-D model

  • lift boom, aft of the deckhouse, services hold number 9. In order to keep heeling to a minimum during cargo operations, an automatic heeling correcting system is provided. A sensing device actuates valves to move antiheel ballast water between the port and starboard wing tanks of holds 5B

  • lubrication points. Depending on the size of the applicator and the lubrication requirements, the Klübermatic delivery system can be set to discharge the correct level of grease or oil for up to 24 months. The Klübermatic line includes both electro-chemical and electro-mechanical drive systems. Each Klübermatic

  • STIDD Systems’ commercial and military seating incorporates engineering of ergonomic, anatomically correct seat positioning for any marine environment. Manufactured with lightweight corrosion-proof materials, multi-functional adjustment features and dynamic appearance, they are built to MIL Standards

  • following initial start-up than comparable governor valve controls because it is a closed system with no mechanical wear points. It instantly corrects variations in pre-set turbine speed without the "hunting" for correct speed found in standard mechanical linkage controls. The SPR system is

  • PVC, rubber, or other material — are then inflated by compressors aboard a surface vessel. Any tendency for the ascending ship to list is instantly corrected by means of special computercontrolled valves that either feed more air to the correct pontoon or deflate it to the required extent. Tilts

  • in weight. The JUE-45A is not only the most compact system of the JUE series, but also the most sophisticated. The system automatically selects the correct satellite—thanks to a new antenna scanner. The new abbreviated dialing unit stores up to 40 telephone and telex numbers that the operator can

  • marine technology suppliers addresses impending legislation for Ballast Water Treatment and offers a practical solution for monitoring and recording the correct discharge of ballast water, in real-time. The International Maritime Organizations 2004 Ballast Water Management Convention lays down strict guidelines

  • , USN, secretarytreasurer. The new Papers chairman is Dr. Kenneth K. Chen. The paper was presented by M.R. Ward on the subject "A Mathematically Correct Procedure for Fairing and Defining Ship's Lines." Mr. Ward is the president of RTL, Inc., an architectural engineering and planning firm. Its corporat

  • service techniques for Viking life rafts. This included recommended procedures for testing and packing the raft, proper repair methods and correct inspection techniques. Viking offers the week-long class annually to update and train their service representatives. The program, held at Viking's

  • MN Dec-19#64 ADVERTISER INDEX
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    December 2019 - Marine News page: 64

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  • MN Dec-19#59 INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: the Best of 2019
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    December 2019 - Marine News page: 59

    INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: the Best of 2019 Shannon Reusable Insulation for Engine Ef? ciency Shannon Enterprises’ custom-de- signed insulation systems improve engine ef

  • MN Dec-19#57 INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: the Best of 2019
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    INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS: the Best of 2019 FLIR Introduces M300 Series Marine Cameras FLIR Systems’ M300 Series is a maritime thermal camera deliver- ing advanced awareness-enhancing technologies, safer navigation, and seamless onboard integration. FLIR Dometic’s Combined M300 Series cameras are

  • MN Dec-19#52 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    December 2019 - Marine News page: 52

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Massport McCarthy Holvik Barrie Fitzpatrick Meyran Schmaltz Wieland Verble ter of Science degree in Environmen- (Massport) Board of Directors voted to on November 8th, 2019. Joining Rob- tal Science from UNC Chapel Hill. make Michael Meyran the Authority’s ert Allan Ltd.

  • MN Dec-19#47 FIREBOATS
Metal Shark on the Move
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    FIREBOATS Metal Shark on the Move De? ant-class pilothouse ? reboats currently in production. The impressive new Canaveral ? reboat is a 70’ x 22’ Signi? cantly, the new Miami-Dade ? reboats are being welded aluminum monohull pilothouse vessel designed by built alongside a diverse assortment of

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    GREAT WORKBOATS toric agreement signed this year between The Interlake vendors and suppliers. Major partners for the project Steamship Company and Fincantieri Bay Shipbuild- include ABS, EMD Engines, Caterpillar, Lufkin (a GE ing of Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The new River-Class, Company) and MacGregor.

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    GREAT WORKBOATS I and is Classed by ABS as a High-Speed Craft with DP-2 Association in Freeport, Texas. The new vessel, Brazos Pi- and Fire-Fighting Capability notations. Libby L. McCall lot, is a De? ant-class monohull pilot boat both designed was constructed by Gulf Craft in Franklin, LA. and built by

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    GREAT WORKBOATS sustainable farm-to-market systems that is in operation to- HYBRID ELECTRIC: day – all-important issues when trading in the gentri? ed ar- DERECKTOR LAUNCHES THIRD eas the vessel will trade. Harbor Harvest is working towards HYBRID CATAMARAN expending the ? eet with a second vessel with

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    December 2019 - Marine News page: 39

    SPECIAL REPORT happening. Icebreaker Wind is a six turbine, 20.7-megawatt Association (OMSA), the mouthpiece of the domestic off- offshore demonstration project in Lake Erie. Once approved, shore marine transportation service industry, responded to it will be the ? rst freshwater project in North America.

  • MN Dec-19#35 PROPULSION REGULATIONS
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    PROPULSION REGULATIONS The pilot boat Luna (Port of Rotterdam), with twin MAN turbocharged engines, has a top speed in excess of 30 knots. Credit: MAN nies are making Tier 4 engines now. MAN Truck & Bus SE, point is that the Luna and these bigger engines perform Cummins and Caterpillar. All are EMA members.

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    are very concerned that, when an AWO mem- 2024 would be a second phase deadline for narrower set of ber company needs to secure a Tier 4 engine of the correct vessels that, EPA believes, “require additional lead time.” size and horsepower, there may be none on the market, or However, delay and phase-in

  • MN Dec-19#31 First Deployment for USCG approval Cape Henlopen [3/27/2018])
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    First Deployment for USCG approval Cape Henlopen [3/27/2018] at Cape May Terminal. Changing the Tide The MES system is not required by the United States Coast Guard, but is widely used on European ferries and ships. It’s also no small investment: when all is said and done, MES was an $800,000 project

  • MN Dec-19#30 SAFETY
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    SAFETY Investing in Safety for Investing in Safety for All the right ReasonsAll the right Reasons It’s time to upgrade to a Marine Evacuation System. Credit: CMLF By Derek Robinson s domestic traf? c from coast-to-coast continues to thority, completed the installation of a new MES aboard worsen, ferry

  • MN Dec-19#26 COLUMN DREDGING & INFRASTRUCTURE
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    COLUMN DREDGING & INFRASTRUCTURE Taming the Bull The bene? cial use of dredge material sets a record in FY 2019. And, we’re just getting started. Funding will be the key. By Sean Duffy In mid-November 2018, concerns that we were then in a ? ood ? ght for the ages. Then came began to rise about an

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    T TECH FILES gen: One Step Closer LNG Power for VW Car Carriers will be offered to Havila Kystruten for retro? tting. “We will deliver a system that is safe, that takes up little space, that is easy to retro? t and, of course, that does the job,” said Osnes. The development of the hydrogen system is

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    T TECH FILES Autonomous Underwater Dredger Prototype for Hydroge s the maritime industry steams toward dras- tic emission reductions, with the holy grail of decarbonization looming far in the future, Ait is generally agreed that advances solutions will come through collaboration To that end, maritime

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    Chris-Marine Cylinder Liner Monitoring Prime Mover Controls is a world leading manufacturer of Marine Propulsion Controls and Integrated Machinery Alarm and Control Systems. Our products also include Engine Order Telegraphs, Navigation Light Control Panels, and a variety of Marine Instruments. We have

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    T TECH FILES The power of Data helps OSV Operator Cuts Consumption Stena Line Stena Line Test Drives AI, Saves Fuel Stena Lines completed a pilot project using arti? cial intel- ligence (AI) technology to predict the most fuel-ef? cient way to operate a vessel, the Stena Scandinavica on the Gothenburg –

  • MR Dec-19#35 GREAT SHIPS OF 2019
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    GREAT SHIPS OF 2019 Photo: Costa Cruises/Meyer Turku Costa Smeralda: 180,000 gt, LNG The cruise sector maintained its tor- a technology we were the ? rst to believe of-the-art audio-visual technology inside ination systems. The inclusion of LED rid pace of deliveries and innovation in, setting a new