Shipboard Equipment

  • Marine systems manufacturer Jered Brown Brothers has leased a vacant 44,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Brunswick, Ga., in order to accommodate its growing marine equipment business and to expand its capabilities in the manufacture of large structural fabrications and hydraulic assemblies.

    The company's new facility—on a 10-acre site in an industrial complex on the Brunswick River—is located adjacent to the Georgia Port Authority's deep-water facilities in Brunswick.

    Brunswick is approximately 75 miles from Savannah to the north and Jacksonville to the south.

    Jered specializes in shipboard equipment for the U.S. Navy, including elevators for aircraft, cargo and weapons, ship steering systems, submarine bow planes, anchor windlasses and specialized handling systems.

    Jered president R.J. (Rick) Edger said the facility will provide his company with needed water shipment capability and floorspace for its marine fabrication work. Besides the new facility, Jered has two other plants in the metro Detroit area with a combined total of 150,000 square feet.

    For free literature detailing the marine shipboard equipment offered by Jered Brown Brothers, Circle 65 on Reader Service Card

  • George M. Gordon said the addition of Pac Ord's five service and repair facilities will make SPD one of the leading independent repair specialists of shipboard equipment in the nation. Pac Ord has facilities in Seattle, Wash., San Diego, Calif., Portland, Ore., Jacksonville, Fla., and Norfolk, Va. The

  • testing to Mil-S-901C(1) shock tests (high impact shipboard machinery equipment and systems); Mil-STD 167/1 mechanical vibrations of shipboard equipment (Type I Environmental and Type II Internally Excited); and MIL-STD-810C environmental test methods (salt spray corrosion, etc.). Specified

  • of discussion at this meeting will be the Navy Document Conversion Program. Future projects, including standard format sheets for purchasing shipboard equipment and the accelerated standards publication project, will also be discussed. For further information contact: Thomas M. O'Toole, Secretary SNAME

  • States and abroad. Commercial products generally related to acoustic positioning systems such as beacons, transponders, and the corresponding shipboard equipment also are produced. Head of the specialized undersea sensor team is Robert D. Isaak, most recently product line manager for advanced systems at

  • corrections. The SafetyNet service will use Inmarsat's new Standard C ship terminal technology with Enhanced Group Calling (EGC) features. This shipboard equipment is very compact, relatively inexpensive, and utilizes a small omnidirectional antenna. For further details and free literature on Comsat's

  • in GE's Electronic Systems Division in Syracuse, N.Y. He is a 20-year employee of the company, with extensive experience performing on Navy shipboard equipment programs

  • floating assets are built and maintained. Imtech Marine is convinced that accelerated uptake of remote diagnostics and preventive maintenance for shipboard equipment will be built on performance gains that are straightforward and tangible. Frank Berends heads a team at Imtech Marine typifying a fast-evolving

  • a r i t i m e Systems Department and Exxon's Maintenance and Repair staff will establish scheduled maintenance tasks for all maintainable shipboard equipment and prepare the management plan for s c h e d u l i n g , accomplishing, and auditing these tasks. Stanwick will also inventory all shipboard re

  • George M. Gordon said the addition of Pac Ord's five service and repair facilities will make SPD the leading independent repair specialist of shipboard equipment in the U.S. Pac Ord, which has facilities in Seattle, Wash., San Diego, Calif., Portland, Ore., Jacksonville, Fla., and Norfolk, Va., has

  • Prudential's planned maintenance program will result in fewer unplanned equipment repairs, a reduction in time-off service, more efficient use of shipboard mainteengine nance resources, less dependence on shore repair facilities, and longer equipment life. The systems installed and those planned

  • coordination with Exxon's maintenance and repair staff, will establish a comprehensive program of scheduled maintenance tasks for all maintainable shipboard equipment, and produce the management system for scheduling and auditing the accomplishment of the program. Stanwick will also inventory all

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  • MR Nov-19#62 OFFSHORE WIND THE INSTALLATION FLEET
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  • MR Nov-19#56 ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN SHIP RECYCLING
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    measure of light bending as it passes through one medium into another), color, and absorption spectra. NOAA also states that total suspended solids (TSS) is a quantitative measure of the total dry weight mass of the particles or material present in a given amount of water. Measuring TSS is important

  • MN Nov-19#75 OFFSHORE WIND
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    OFFSHORE WIND INVESTING FOR THE FUTURE mand for new boat construction and covered,” said Marcia Blount. “But While any shipyard requires con- repair, caused the Blounts to step back for the new aluminum vessels (i.e. tinual investment, Blount Boats has and evaluate how to best utilize their offshore

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    Cut downtime through preventative maintenance Monitoring engines and other criti- cal equipment enables the crew and the vessel operations team to take re- medial action before equipment suf- fers catastrophic failure. This offers many logistical bene? ts. For example, operators can minimize the level