Naval Applications

  • Gunter J. Waehling has been named vice president and general manager of Henschel, a Newburyport- based producer of ship control and internal communications systems for naval applications.

    He succeeds George Curry, who retired in May prior to the acquisition of Henschel by SPD Technologies. George M. Gordon, president and chief executive officer of SPD, had directed Henschel's operations during the last month until the new vice president was selected.

    Mr. Waehling had served as vice president, manufacturing since joining Henschel in 1975. Prior to that, he spent nine years with United Shoe Machinery Corp., and before that he was with U.S. Gear Corp. for three years.

    In announcing the appointment, Mr. Gordon noted that plans for new product development at Henschel would be accelerated now that the company is part of the SPD organization, which also serves naval markets with advanced electronic systems.

    "Henschel and SPD have a common objective: enhancing our leaders hip positions, respectively, in advanced electronic systems for naval applications," Mr. Gordon said.

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  • . In addition, the two companies have agreed to form a cooperative pact for the purpose of pursuing custom design marine propulsion drives primarily for Naval applications in the U.S. For years, Renk and Falk have demonstrated design, manufacturing, and application excellence in marine main propulsion

  • will being in August 1989. Bird-Johnson Company is a leading manufacturer of controllable and fixed pitch propellers for commercial and naval applications with facilities in Walpole, Mass.; Pascagoula, Miss.; and Seattle, Wash. For free literature detailing the propeller products of Bird-Johnson

  • AIS technology. Nauticast has completed the development of a customized AlS-unit: The Navy X-Pack. The Navy AlS-system is a tailored solution for naval applications and provides specific features for this area of operation; including encryption, shadow or silent mode as well as traffic maneuvers images

  • and First Experience with the Bergen Diesel Type B Medium Speed Engine," by L.M. Nerheim, Bergen Diesel A.S.; "Diesel Engines in Naval Applications," by H. Pleimling, Deutz MWM; "Trump Noise Control," by K. McKeever, Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc.; and "Construction and Project Management

  • , Springfield, N.J., has published a three-ring-binder Aerospace and Support System catalog that includes products that can be used in marine and naval applications. Valcor Engineering has been a recognized leader in the design and manufacture of solenoid valves and critical flow control devices for aircraft

  • ." The Stanwick Company specializes in developing the supporting elements of complex systems, especially c o m m e r c i a l , maritime and naval applications. Supporting elements include maintenance s u b s y s t e m s , manning requirements, training programs, spare parts control, and technical

  • of $5 million. It will become an operating subsidiary of SPD, which is one of the nation's largest producers of military circuit breakers for Naval applications. The transaction will mark SPD's first acquisition since becoming an independent company as a result of a management buyout from Gould Inc

  • cables featuring low smoke/zero halogen polyurethane jackets. The company hasseen sales of these cables grow significantly – particularly in naval applications, both on submarine and surface vessels. IW’s composite cables provide a myriad of options. Components can include individually shielded and

  • that have made Transamerica Delaval an industry leader during the past 51 years. These include: (1) Three-screw pumps used worldwide in industrial and naval applications—known for simple design, smooth flow, high shaft speed capability, and very low noise level. (2) Geared twin-screw (GTS*) pumps

  • , offshore petroleum exploration, pumping and locomotive traction, "all of which require reliable diesel power," Mr. Courville points out. For naval applications, the company reports the 251 engine design complies with the requirements of the marine certification authorities both in the United States

  • blade configurations. Bird-Johnson Company is one of the leading U.S. manufacturers of controllable and fixedpitch propellers for commercial and naval applications with facilities in Walpole, Mass., Pascagoula, Miss., and Seattle, Wash. For information regarding Bird-Johnson's dealer/distributor network

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