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  • A 46-page four-color booklet on Flex® electric power tools is being offered by Ackermann u. Schmitt GmbH & Co. KG of West German y - The publication describes, illustrates and gives technical data on Flex electric power tools, such as angle grinders, straight grinders, shears, nibblers, pendulum jigsaws, etc. Also included are photos and technical information on the accessories that are available.

    The booklet is generously illustrated with color photos, some of them full-page, showing the tools in actual use for a specific purpose.

    The accompanying text lists characteristics (e.g., high-speed, maximum performance in real heavy-duty work); what the tool can be used for (e.g., grinding, roughing, cutting, derusting, stone cutting, removal of rust and old paint, edge trimming, deburring, snagging, milling, brushing); and users (e.g., iron and steel engineering shops, vehicle repair and body shops, welding shops, fitting shops, stone process industries, sheet-metal processing shops, tool manufacturers, foundries, builders).

    The U.S. distributor for Flex electric power tools is Levant Tools Distribution Company of Saint Paul, Minn.

    For more information and a free copy of the booklet, Circle 22 on Reader Service Card

  • Fugro Subsea Services enhanced tooling capabilities on its DeepWorks simulators. Improvements have been made to ROV manipulator deployed tools to provide easier access verification as well as more realistic deployment behaviors. In addition to the traditional approach using a Schilling T4 master arm

  • The PowerShark WB3000, a new rechargeable submersible handheld tool from Waveblade, removes unwanted growth in seconds. Oscillating at a 3,000 rpm frequency with additional harmonics, the tool’s cleaning head actually breaks the chemical bond between materials. The waterproof tool operates both on land and

  • Clemco Industries of Burlingame, Calif., is offering a family of internal pipe cleaning tools—Spin-Blast, Hollo-Blast, and Hollo-Blast Junior—designed to blast clean the interior of pipe or tubing ranging in size from %-inch to 36-inch I.D., without rotating the pipe. Used in conjunction with standard

  • Technology Can Drive Risk Management as Maritime Professionals Optimize Security The job responsibilities of Maritime Professionals inevitably include the requirement to understand risks, analyze options for risk mitigation, and make strategic and tactical decisions to ensure the viability of the enterprise

  • Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc. said it continues to address issues experienced by the subsea power cable industry by enhancing submarine cable lay software, MakaiLay, and its desktop simulation sister product, MakaiPlan Pro. Specifically, three key features are being integrated into the Power Cable modules

  • —Free Literature Available Equipment Engineering of Indianapolis, Ind., manufacturers of centrifuge equipment and systems, is offering free literature on the new disc compression tool the company recently introduced to the market after two years of research and development. This challenge was posed by

  • Mitch Hausman, President & CEO of Delta Rigging & Tools, Inc., discusses his company’s strategy to expand its core business through acquisition, including insights on its largest ever: the purchase this summer of Morgan City Rentals.   Delta Rigging & Tools is a provider of a wide range of Industrial

  • Serious bio-fouling removal calls for a serious tool. The PowerShark WB3000, a powerful new rechargeable, submersible handheld tool from Waveblade, Inc., removes barnacles and other unwanted growth in seconds. It delivers a new level of efficiency and safety for shallow dive maintenance work on hulls and

  • Allspeeds launched Webtool ROV cutting tools designed to cut steel guide wires used during subsea installation. Suitable for wire up to 30mm diameter, the WCO30 tools are a compact and reliable alternative. The heavy duty WCO30D and WCO30DLP (high pressure and low pressure versions) wire cutters are suitable

  • A new technology for the oil and gas industry has undergone a commercial trial at the subsea training and trials facility, The Underwater Center. Commercial divers and ROV pilot technicians recently trialed the Waveblade while working in Loch Linnhe, simulating a realistic operational environment. Waveblade

  • Royal Works, Atlas Street, Clayton-Le-Moors Accrington, Lancashire, BB5 5LW Tel: +44 (0) 1254 615 100 E: info@allspeeds.co.uk W: http://www.allspeeds.co.uk CEO/ President: Colin Schroder No. of employees: 40   For more than 30 years Allspeeds’ Webtool range of cutting tools has been standard equipment

  • MR Jan-19#62 MR
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    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    MR Products & Services www.MaritimeEquipment.com THE MOST POWERFUL TOOL for removing coatings and rust USA OFFICE Ph: 832-203-7170 www.rustibus.com houston@rustibus.com 3D INSPECTION AND ALIGNMENT OF MACHINERY AND HULLS. USING LASER TRACKERS, CMM ARMS, TOTAL

  • MR Jan-19#59 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Jan-19#46 MARITIME EMISSIONS • & the Internet of Things
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    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 46

    MARITIME EMISSIONS • & the Internet of Things IMO 2020, IoT & the Enviro Agenda While conservatism is a hallmark of maritime, research from Inmarsat ? nds that IoT may be helping turn the tech tide by delivering new solutions that ease rather than complicate compliance. With environmental imperatives try

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    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    A AUTONOMOUS OPERATIONS Maritime Autonomy Sea Machines gets a $10m investment injection While there remains much debate as to what an autonomous future looks like in the maritime sector, one company, Sea Machines, is helping to pace the ? eld with product development, partnerships and investment. “THE

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    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    T TRAINING & EDUCATION: MarTID 2019 Murray Goldberg Murray Goldberg is CEO of Marine Learning Systems, maker of MarineLMS. A researcher and developer of learning management systems, his software has been used by millions of people and companies worldwide. MarTID 2019 Transformation in Maritime Industry

  • MN Jan-19#33 SAFETY
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    January 2019 - Marine News page: 33

    SAFETY Credit: Hornblower Looking (& Planning) Ahead Coast Guard is NOT why you should have a SMS. Fear The SMS has been around a long time. Subchapter M is usually gets you compliance at best, concealment at worst; now heralding the advent of similar changes for the inland falling far short of the

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    January 2019 - Marine News page: 29

    Captain Steven Hearn, BMCM, USCG using simulators for each student. And, of course, the U.S. nutshell, the software allows the instructor to build situations Coast Guard training requirements are covered. that show how Rose Point interacts with AIS, AIDS to Navi- gation and other vessels. Hearn adds

  • MP Q4-18#17 Digitalization by and large has created vast swathes of)
    Nov/Dec 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 17

    Digitalization by and large has created vast swathes of data with increased productivity of typically 30% from procurement time seemingly limitless potential for transforming the industry, but savings, reducing OPEX by optimizing and lowering procurement the lack of structure to the mass of data generated

  • MR Dec-18#50 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Dec-18#19 The autonomous  industry will also have to contend)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    The autonomous industry will also have to contend technologies, such as sensors, big data and arti? cial tions, the future of autonomous shipping is slowly but with the fact that the speed of technological develop- intelligence if more decisions are taking place ashore. surely progressing. Stability

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    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    Figure 4: proposal under investigation for the presentation of the seakeeping results in a more “understandable” way Figure 5: RAO of pitch response for different radii of inertia (kyy) for the upper most hull of ? gure 5 (H = 180 deg, Hs = 3.0 m, Vs = 12 kn) In a world that brings pretty much anything

  • MR Dec-18#12 The Weight of 
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    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    The Weight of COATINGS Expectation About the Author Andreas Glud is the Group Segment Manager, Dry Dock for Hempel A/S. The speed at which we live today has gathered signi? cant pace since the smart- phone has become ubiquitous worldwide as the essential tool for daily living. We have become accustomed

  • MT Nov-18#52 New TechNew Tech
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    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    New TechNew Tech Nav Cam from Forssea Schlumberger’s Well Testing Tech Downhole Sensing System Image: Well-SENSE els ranging from 375kHz to 2.1MHz. hibition & Conference (ADIPEC). The pressure sensors and the addition of a The compact size and rugged construc- new technology, called Concert, brings

  • MT Nov-18#50 2KR’s Portable Cable Reels
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    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 50

    2KR’s Portable Cable Reels New Tech EdgeTech 2205 Sonar Image Teledyne CARIS Bathy DataBASE 5.2 Image credit: Ocean In? nity Bathy DataBASE 5.2 Portable Cable Reels EdgeTech helps to Find Sub Teledyne CARIS released Bathy Data- 2KR Systems released its second gen- EdgeTech side scan sonar technol- BASE 5.

  • MT Nov-18#41 Fig. 7
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    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 41

    Fig. 7 Fig. 7: Ocean-wide section of north/south currents in Subpolar N. Atlantic in 2016. Currents: North(red), South(blue). Units: Depth(m), Distance(km). Credit: Holliday et al. (2018) https://goo.gl/3YAE8X rial waters, East Paci? c Rise, Luzon Strait, South Paci? c, and Drake Passage. LOWERED

  • MT Nov-18#40 current. The velocity signal of the main  missing deep)
    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 40

    current. The velocity signal of the main missing deep currents. data are particularly valuable in narrow Agulhas Current persists to great depth. boundary currents and undercurrents. Deep ? ows without shear are not evi- Accurately measuring these features re- LONG-TERM SECTIONS dent in currents calculate

  • MT Nov-18#22 Case Study Subsea Oil Recovery
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    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    Case Study Subsea Oil Recovery Oil Removed from Shipwreck WWII Shipwreck A U.S. Navy led team has removed sunk in December 1946. worked to select, assemble and deploy 229,000 gallons of oil from a sunken Now, 72 years later, a project team led the right combination of equipment, World War II era

  • MT Nov-18#16 Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions
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    November 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 16

    Jonathan Heastie, Reed Exhibitions oices rine pollution and environmental stressors and the tools and give to OI visitors to come out to the San Diego event? techniques needed to address and mitigate these challenges; In simple terms, we’re delivering the world’s ? agship event plus, at the time of

  • MN Dec-18#25 The Advent of Fast Craft Simulation
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    December 2018 - Marine News page: 25

    The Advent of Fast Craft Simulation This all looks set to change follow- ing the recent unveiling of a produc- tion-ready fast craft simulator Dutch simulator manufacturer and integra- tor, Cruden. Maarten van Donselaar, CEO, Cruden, explains, “Cruden is al- ready well-known as a provider of sim- ulators

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    December 2018 - Marine News page: 24

    ech file T Training Day: Cruden’s pioneering Fast Craft Simulator (*) all images courtesy Cruden Marine simulators are commonplace in the training and development of crew for large vessels. Not so much for small, fast patrol and attack craft. rom the mid to late 1970s, marine simulators devel- clude

  • MR Nov-18#106 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 106

    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Nov-18#91 Photo: Boksa Marine Design
BCSL Gulf Master 58 by North)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 91

    Photo: Boksa Marine Design BCSL Gulf Master 58 by North River Boats, for pilots association transporting crew in hostile waters near Venezuela. Naval architecture and marine engineering by Boksa Marine Design. same hull as the Indians by recon? guring It’s the same platform with different tions, including

  • MR Nov-18#89 is real precedent for what might come  grants and assistance)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 89

    is real precedent for what might come grants and assistance and the tenacity to room to expand. In places like China, The Author next, how that gets done, and why it come back even better were all driving however, when space becomes an issue, Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate probably will.

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    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 71

    alk into the Detyens and modern ? nishing tools to get most ment is evident. Current investment in and safely. Investment in people, Stew- shipyard in Charles- any job done. It is also packed with a two massive hull and machinery shops, art’s people, courtesy of a modern, free ton, South Carolina