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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • MT Apr-19#60 Products Buoyancy
DeepWater Buoyancy’s DeepWater Benthic)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    Products Buoyancy DeepWater Buoyancy’s DeepWater Benthic Lander DeepWater Buoyancy claims to be components, there are also plastic, com- lander is free-fall deployed to the sea- the world’s largest supplier of subsea posite, polyurethane and fabricated met- ? oor to collects data. The product is buoyancy

  • MT Apr-19#59 ployment and retrieval.  Its portfolio of  ers in the)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 59

    ployment and retrieval. Its portfolio of ers in the marine, construction, indus- Hawboldt Industries Hawboldt is a designer and manufac- rental equipment includes winches with trial and oil and gas industries. Based turer of custom-built Launch and Recov- a variety of cables, mobile A-frames in in New

  • MT Apr-19#58 Products LARS
MacArtney A/S
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Products LARS MacArtney A/S The MacArtney Group is a global sup- instruments to large work class ROV system design features an industry plier of underwater technology systems, systems. MERMAC A LARS solutions unique extra skid joint which allows the products and integrated solutions. can be designed as

  • MT Apr-19#46 tech delivers cost savings and Waagen’s Test Center)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 46

    tech delivers cost savings and Waagen’s Test Center attracts A place to grow Along with the 1,100-square-meter testing and training cen- wind power entrepreneurs, ? oating or marine wind power con- ter backed by The Switch — plus researchers, equipment and tinues to grow. Since Equinor’s launch of a

  • MT Apr-19#45 At least one unnamed wind player (our guess is Equinor))
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 45

    At least one unnamed wind player (our guess is Equinor) has “Norwegian Catapult” or the Test Center — is hoping to pro- already signed on with Unitech. While they’ve opted for wind duce other Unitechs out of an expected stream of startups. power cables, Unitech is also in negotiations with clients for

  • MT Apr-19#41 AUV visuals: 
Swire Seabed’s 
user interface. 
Photo:)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 41

    AUV visuals: Swire Seabed’s user interface. Photo: Swire Seabed Norway has announced it will follow the Cooke Isles example of issuing licenses to quali? ed subsea mining companies. Ocean Minerals’ quali? ed offshore process involves low- ering pipe bound to nodule-harvesters on the seabed. Nod- ules

  • MT Apr-19#38 pling survey, mapping, hyperspectral photo work (met- of)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    pling survey, mapping, hyperspectral photo work (met- of the 47th Underwater Mining Conference in Bergen last als detection), environmental monitoring, risk assessment, year — yes, the 47th — organizers noted the achievements cutting-process observation and serving as equipment mules and attendance of a

  • MT Apr-19#36 Mining Enabler: 
INESC TEC’s 
TURTLE lander 
(in an)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 36

    Mining Enabler: INESC TEC’s TURTLE lander (in an equipment bay and rising for maintenance) Photo: INESC TEC April 2019 36 MTR MTR #3 (34-49).indd 36 4/10/2019 4:25:00 PM

  • MT Apr-19#26 Insignts Business
long-term residence, many service)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 26

    Insignts Business long-term residence, many service companies are conducting the availability of vessel operations. We call this concept Vir- MTBF studies in underwater robotics. No matter how good tual Residency and the technology which ful? lls it - Aquanaut. a study is, and how well equipment is

  • MT Apr-19#18 Case Study Project
and sensors for positioning, guidance)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 18

    Case Study Project and sensors for positioning, guidance and tracking of ma- make sure the system ? ts their needs.” chines, and Teledyne marine imaging sonar for subsurface applications. Measutronics calibrated the equipment and Eliminating Unknowns installed the systems and all the sensors. Once the

  • MT Apr-19#13 for US GEOTRACES.  sample bottles. As it is lowered)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 13

    for US GEOTRACES. sample bottles. As it is lowered through the water column to To support the scienti? c challenges, a suitable cable had to depths of 7,000 meters, it endures factors including cold tem- be non-metallic to meet non-contaminating criterium as any peratures, bending, tension cycling

  • MT Apr-19#12 Insignts Cables
Cable to Make a Dif  erence in 
Underwater)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    Insignts Cables Cable to Make a Dif erence in Underwater Missions By Chad Murdock, lead applications engineer, Cortland Company he US GEOTRACES program is dedicated to col- Electromechanical cable specialist Cortland supplies equip- lecting trace elements and their isotopes from the ment which is used by

  • MT Apr-19#10 Insignts Government Update
Export Licensing: 
Tips U.S.)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 10

    Insignts Government Update Export Licensing: Tips U.S. Exporters Shouldn’t Overlook Export Control Lists Include Key Marine Tech Categories By Curt Cultice, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce ach year, the U.S. Department of only complete systems and key parts and com- Commerce receives

  • MT May-19#59 enable long battery life. The EPLF-553  being designed to)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 59

    enable long battery life. The EPLF-553 being designed to meet operational re- navigation. The frequencies allocated is perfect for recovery of AUVs after quirements for an ultra-deep-water sub- are in the range of 283.5 - 325.0 KHz. mission duration has elapsed. mersible beacon. A LED ? asher and

  • MT May-19#40 SurfWEC &  the quest 
for ef   cient wave-generated)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 40

    SurfWEC & the quest for ef cient wave-generated power enewable energy production is of? cially ‘hot’, as a Wave-generated power could be number of engineering advances and government subsidies have conspired to help deploy, test, and considered the Rodney Danger- Rprove in real-world conditions the

  • MT May-19#37 The ToT for the construction of the con-
ventional submarine)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 37

    The ToT for the construction of the con- ventional submarines or S-BRs has been taking place since 2010 in the city of Cherbourg, France, where more than 250 engineers and technicians from the BN, NUCLEP (Nuclebrás Heavy Equipment) and Itaguaí Construções Navais (Navy shipyard) have already been

  • MT May-19#36 Diference in size 
between the 
S-BR and SN-BR-
submarines.)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 36

    Diference in size between the S-BR and SN-BR- submarines. Image Marinha do Brasil the S40 was launched on December 14, They will be armed with six 21-inch Speci? cations of the S-BRs 2018. The last of the modern convention- torpedo tubes for up to 18 F21 torpe- al submarines is scheduled be launched

  • MT May-19#25 test demonstrated 80 dB of analog  to many markets and)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 25

    test demonstrated 80 dB of analog to many markets and applications. cancellation in a dif? cult and dynamic Military operations will bene? t from environment and the ability to scale networking, clandestine communica- to useful distances using commercial tions, improved throughput, and in- HQTXLULHV#E

  • MT May-19#15 OPEN ARCHITECTURE
SOFTWARE CONNECTING THE MARINE INDUSTRY
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 15

    OPEN ARCHITECTURE SOFTWARE CONNECTING THE MARINE INDUSTRY NAVIGATION | AUTONOMY | UI | INTEGRATION ® The OPENSEA operating platform provides a fully-distributed, open architecture software framework for highly integrated systems across all brands of sensors, devices, and equipment while cutting-edge

  • MR May-19#90 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 90

    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 May-19#83 2019 Editorial Calendar
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 83

    2019 Editorial Calendar AD CLOSE: JUN 23 AD CLOSE: JUL 25 JULY AUGUST Cruise Vessel Design & Out?t The Shipyard Edition Expedition Cruise Vessel Heavy Lifting: Cranes, Winches, MARKET MARKET FEATURE: FEATURE: Construction Windlasses & Capstan TECHNICAL TECHNICAL Training and Simulation Icebreakers FEATU

  • MR May-19#80 B
BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 80

    B BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE sampling pumps, valves, actuators, UV Both workshop and survey feedback ? ed cases where faults in control-system Crew Training and Competency lamps, etc.), or the improper installation indicated that there was inconsistent software and hardware failures

  • MR May-19#79 BWMS: Special Advertorial
How to Engineer a Reliable)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 79

    BWMS: Special Advertorial How to Engineer a Reliable Ballast Water Management System By Pete Thompson, V.P. of Operations, Ecochlor Electrical engineer performs FAT on the Ecochlor treatment system generators at the new ProFlow manufacturing factory in North Haven, Connecticut USA. he ability of Ballast

  • MR May-19#78 B
BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE
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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 78

    B BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE William Burroughs William is a Senior Principal Engineer at ABS responsible for promoting environmental related services and providing guidance in support of international, national and regional marine environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience