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  • Automated Technology Provides Lab-Quality Fluids Analysis On Board and In Minutes

    Privately held, American-based On-Site Analysis, Inc. (OSA), a manufacturer of high-tech, on-premise, automated fluids analysis equipment, has now expanded into the maritime industry with the introduction of the OBA ShipCheck, an on-board analyzer. With a physical footprint of just four square feet and weighing only 95 pounds, and using the same ASTM methods as outside labs, the OBA ShipCheck conducts diagnostic fluids analysis for marine engine lubricants, marine grease and gear lubricants, generators, hydraulics, air compressors, scrape down oils and many more fluids. The device allows engine room staff to perform comprehensive fluids testing on board and in just minutes to identify needed repairs – eliminating the need to send samples to onshore laboratories. 
    The proprietary technology utilizes advanced analytical components including a built-in dual temperature viscometer and particle counter. The OBA ShipCheck conducts lab quality diagnostic analysis of all lubricants, hydraulics, gear boxes, transmissions, generator lubes, etc.  Automatically identifying the presence and/or levels of 20 metals and contaminants like glycol, fuel, % water, Nitration, Oxidation, Dual Temperature Viscosity (40 & 100c), it also identifies the fluid’s Total Base Number (TBN). The OBA ShipCheck’s special software has been customized to marine application rules, with an extensive database reflecting the industry’s concentration in hydraulics and gearboxes. This information is then used to identify if fluids have been over extended, still have physical properties, or if component has a needed repair. 
    Designed to allow engineers to do their own analysis, OBA ShipCheck does not require expert staffing. As a start, the device eliminates the need – at just 25 percent of the cost – to send fluid samples to onshore laboratories. As the centerpiece of an effective condition-based maintenance system, the OBA ShipCheck connects directly to the LubeTrak web-based data analysis system, allowing corporate fleet maintenance management to track the condition of their entire fleet on a real time basis and receive email “Alerts” when emerging problems are identified. According to Jim Greer, President of On-Site Analysis, the equipment is robust and dependable. He explains, “For years, mining and ocean oil-rig operators in remote locations have used it to test all of their lubricants.” Will Willis, Jr., Chairman & CEO, adds, “We can virtually eliminate 100% of the unscheduled repairs brought on by not monitoring the internal conditions of components and fluids.  By conducting on-board analysis, maintenance people can identify hidden or emerging problems before they become catastrophic.  Additionally, they would not do unnecessary fluids changes or maintenance because our analyzer will tell them when something needs to be done.  Shipboard personnel would benefit by implementing a condition-based maintenance protocol and avoid of the lost time and money associated with breakdowns.”
    OSA claims that personnel can be trained to be certified OBA ShipCheck operators in less than one day. Beyond this, a fully loaded OSA ShipCheck, with LifeTime remote technical support, Installation & training, Spare parts and tools kits, consumables for 200 tests, printer, wireless card, back up battery and unlimited access to a web-based data mining, trending, and monitoring system will cost less than $100,000 – or somewhat less than what a main engine failure at the wrong time and place might do to your bottom line.
    Every unit downloads to LubeTrak, a web based, password protected sample monitoring, trending, and management system, so someone at corporate can monitor every ship in the fleet. E-mail ‘Alerts’ are sent if anything abnormal is discovered. As easy to use as an ATM, ShipCheck provides results in minutes where you need it most; on board.
    www.on-siteanalysis.com


    (As published in the December 2014 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews)
     

  • and GPS-supported applications are deeply embedded into the fabric of our modern lives.  Computers, cellular telephones, automatic teller machines (ATMs), and electronic chart display and information systems (ECDIS) would all cease to operate properly without the PNT output available from GPS. While

  • MP Q3-17#46  •	 2013: Dark Seoul brings down ATM’s and television  
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    Jul/Aug 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 46

    Trade Centre bombing, the foiled attack in Saudi Arabia on President Clinton in Manila in 1996, the Mostar Car Bomb- • 2013: Dark Seoul brings down ATM’s and television ing in 1997, the US Embassy bombings in Dar es Salaam and networks in South Korea Nairobi in 1998, the Somali and Afghan Civil

  • MR Feb-16#40  Use: Point of Sale terminals, ATMs, Monitoring systems for)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    4. Ship Management that allows guests to access popular sites fruit among your fruit bowls. You need 5. Third Parties Use: Point of Sale terminals, ATMs, Monitoring systems for like Facebook and Twitter for a ? at fee ship operations and equipment health, etc. not go back to the fruit story every

  • MP Q3-15#54  that demand for 
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    Q3 2015 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 54

    them. The data, says GSSC relief grant to the Alabama Technology 24,307 employees. The results of that supports recent reports that demand for Network (ATM), four shipyards and survey were eye-opening, and provide a pipe crafts is currently the hottest in the four workforce development organiza- good

  • MR May-15#24  sequence is repeated periodi- (ATMs), and electronic chart)
    May 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 24

    telephones, automatic teller machines backup for GPS to ensure the availabil- ater needed a good means of naviga- mission sequence is repeated periodi- (ATMs), and electronic chart display and ity of uncorrupted or non-degraded PNT tion in that vast ocean. The US Coast cally, with the period between

  • MN Dec-14#47 . As  easy to use as an ATM, ShipCheck  provides results)
    December 2014 - Marine News page: 47

    system, so someone at corporate can monitor every ship in the ß eet. E-mail ÔAlertsÕ are sent if anything abnormal is discovered. As easy to use as an ATM, ShipCheck provides results in minutes where you need it most; on board. www.on-siteanalysis.com Will Willis, Jr., OSA Chairman & CEO mmÜÜWW==EEPPPPTTFFO

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  • MR Jul-01#52 , such as Internet Cafes, ATMs, Calling Cards, Ship-to-Shore)
    July 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

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  • MR Oct-01#30 , such as Internet Cafes, ATMs, Calling Cards, Ship-to-Shore)
    October 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

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  • MR Dec-01#2 , such as Internet Cafes, ATMs, Calling Cards, Ship-to-Shore)
    December 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

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  • MR Feb-02#28 , such as Internet Cafes, ATMs, Calling Cards, Ship-to-Shore)
    February 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

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  • MR Jul-02#13  as Digital Seas Internet Cafes, ATMs, 
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    July 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

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  • MR Oct-02#49  as Digital Seas Internet Cafes, ATMs, 
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    October 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

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  • MR Dec-02#12  as Digital Seas Internet Cafes, ATMs, 
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    December 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

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  • MR Oct-04#27  as automated teller machine (ATM) transactions, 
daily)
    October 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    the world's largest cruise lines. The added capacity will enable MTN to offer a comprehensive suite of on-board services such as automated teller machine (ATM) transactions, daily delivery of up to 150 newspapers, high-speed Internet access and cellular telephone services to passengers and crew members

  • MR May-12#19 , similar to theubiquitous ATM card terminals.  Individ-)
    May 2012 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    electronic card readers, similar to theubiquitous ATM card terminals. Individ- uals would swipe their TWICs (or hold it in close proximity, if a contactless reader was installed) and match the biometric information (fingerprints) to gain access. Fixed card readers are still being tested. Development of

  • MR Aug-11#18  automated teller ma-chines (ATMs) became inoperative. )
    August 2011 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    inoperative. Emergency pagers used by hospital personnel alsoquit working. Some mobile phones lost their signals. Local automated teller ma-chines (ATMs) became inoperative. The problems continued for two hours while the Navy ships completed their training exercise. It was only several days later

  • MT May-11#56  telemetry
modems. The new ATM-900 series
modems add)
    May 2011 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    array can be used (simultane- ously) for multiple frequencies. Teledyne Benthos unveiled its new generation of acoustic telemetry modems. The new ATM-900 series modems add features and functional- ity that meet industry needs based on the company’s proven acoustic tech- nology. The modems are

  • MT Jan-11#56  the
Teledyne Benthos ATM-886
modem. In addition)
    January 2011 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    sensors from a remote shore station. The new gateway buoy designed to be useful for a range of applications and incorporates the Teledyne Benthos ATM-886 modem. In addition, the buoy is two-man deployable, uses recharge- able batteries and has a deployment life of up to two months using Freewave

  • MT May-08#13  SM-75
Modem Release
Model ATM-88X
Acoustic Modem
Model)
    May 2008 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 13

    SR-100 Modem Release Model 866-A Acoustic Release Model 875-A Acoustic Release Model 865-A Acoustic Release Model SM-75 Modem Release Model ATM-88X Acoustic Modem Model 875-PUB Pop-Up Buoy Model SR-50/867 Modem Release UDB-9000 UNIVERSAL DECK BOX The UDB-9000 works with all Benthos

  • MR Jun-06#19  teller machine (ATM), but
without being mounted)
    June 2006 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    June 2006 19 I presume that this equipment will resemble the card reader at a bank's automatic teller machine (ATM), but without being mounted in a wall. The technology to develop a TWIC card reader that is both portable and electron- ically connected to the central database may prove very interestin

  • MN Aug-06#27 , increased
bandwidth, true ATM transport and addi-
tional)
    August 2006 - Marine News page: 27

    hur- ricanes. These satellite backup services are in addition to improved circuit protec- tion, additional beach crossings, increased bandwidth, true ATM transport and addi- tional redundancy that have already been added to the redesigned microwave net- work to improve reliability. Telenor Acquires MCP

  • MN May-06#31  level
courses per semester via ATM videoconferencing tech-
nology)
    May 2006 - Marine News page: 31

    Master of Science degree. According to Kumar, prospective students in southern Maine will be able to access two graduate level courses per semester via ATM videoconferencing tech- nology in the fall of 2006, subject to student enrollment. The announcement comes at the conclusion of a one- semester pilot

  • MR Apr-98#120  
States • Flotweg • Ketema • ATM • IHI • 
Mitsubishi •)
    April 1998 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 120

    BUY OR SELL USED CENTRIFUGE EQUIPMENT Alfa Laval • DeLaval • Sharpies • Bird • Westfalia • Humboldt • Broadbent • Western States • Flotweg • Ketema • ATM • IHI • Mitsubishi • Baker-Perkins • APV • Krauss Maffei • Barrett ORE CENTRIFUGE REPAIR AND ENGINEERING, INC. 302 N. 16th • RO. Box 868,

  • MR Mar-98#99  
States • Flotweg • Ketema • ATM • IHI • 
Mitsubishi •)
    March 1998 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 99

    BUY OR SELL USED CENTRIFUGE EQUIPMENT Alfa Laval • DeLaval • Sharpies • Bird • Westfalia • Humboldt • Broadbent • Western States • Flotweg • Ketema • ATM • IHI • Mitsubishi • Baker-Perkins • APY • Krauss Maffei • Barrett mm. MARINE CORPORATION Specializing In Barges • Single or Double Hull