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  • NL Rig Equipment of Houston has prepared a fact sheet illustrating and describing the new Shaffer Multi-Ram™ multiple-size rams.

    The new rams are designed to close and seal on drill pipe from 31,/, to 5 inches in diameter, making Multi-Ram rams especially useful in situations in which a tapered string is employed. These rams are said to save drilling time and costs because they make ram change-out unnecessary.

    The variable Multi-Ram fit is accomplished through the use of unique ram rubbers with moldedin steel segments. As hydraulic pressure increases, the segments move radially inward, decreasing the bore size and ensuring a reliable seal. In addition, the new rams use standard ram holders and r e t a i n i n g screws, which makes them interchangeable with regular rams in Shaffer blowout preventers.

    NL Rig Equipment/NL Industries, Inc. manufactures, sells and services drilling and production equipment worldwide for the oil industry.

    For a free copy of the new fact sheet, write to Dave Wilkinson, NL Rig Equipment, Dept. MR, P.O. Box 1473, Houston, Texas, 77001.

  • Repair of the guided-missile frigate USS Samuel B. Roberts entailed a massive lifting exercise in which twenty 100-ton aluminum hydraulic rams operating at 10,000 psi were systematically applied to raise the damaged stern of the 3,700-ton vessel to its normal position. Bath Iron Works (BIW) of Bath

  • loads between load box and tug occur.    Typically load box structures are designed as a rectangular box structure that spans horizontally between frames in the bow region of a tug and vertically between the tug’s main deck and a particular sub-deck. For this type of assessment project, Viking employs

  • Tritech won a contract for its real-time riser and mooring line monitoring system RAMS. Tritech was selected by Single Buoy Moorings Inc. (SBM), designer and supplier of Turret Mooring Systems (TMS), to supply the primary safety tool for real-time mooring line failure detection and riser monitoring for the

  • effective control solutions for smaller non-SOLAS units such as workboats and patrol craft.” The Hatlapa steering gear portfolio comprises four-cylinder ram-type steering gear up to 8,893 kNm, two-cylinder ram-type steering gear up to 950 kNm, rotary vane-type steering gear up to 1,100 kNm, twin-rudder steering

  • get more out of their assets and develop projects more cost-effectively, Bureau Veritas has supercharged its reliability, availability and maintenance (RAM) software suite Optimize.“Low and falling energy prices focus attention onto the reliability, availability and maintenance (RAM) of both existing assets

  • of OPA90. Her stern was modified with the matching Intercon ladder to accept the bow of the 127-ft. tug Capt. Fred Bouchard, which was retrofitted with ram assemblies of the Intercon system. New heating coils were added to the barge's existing hot oil system and a new ballast system was installed. A keel

  • volumes of slurry. The spud carriageway system allows for a 3-meter (9.75-foot) forward travel of the dredge and is positioned by a hydraulic ram assembly. "Walking" movements of previous systems have been overcome, and the arc overlaps that occur in other dredges have been minimized. Spuds

  • Standard Horizon announced the new GX2200 Matrix AIS/GPS, now with Class D DSC Fixed Mount VHF with integrated AIS and GPS, 30W PA/Hailer and RAM mic option, available starting January 2014. According to the manufacturer, key features include Integrated AIS and GPS, 4800 and 38400 baud rate selections

  • Goodway Tools Corporation has developed a new Heavy-Duty Ream-A-Matic, Model RAM-2, for cleaning tubes in heat exchangers, condensers, and absorption units. This new model is sturdier for a longer life, and designed to accommodate a new, improved heavy-duty flexible shaft. An optional watertight

  • are encountered. Rucker Shaffer Division, located in Houston, Texas, will manufacture the equipment for delivery in the latter half of this year. Both ram and spherical preventers with high pressure gate valves will foe supplied. Four will be specially treated for high toxic, sour gas drilling conditions

  • are restrained so that tug motions match barge motions in roll and heave. The connection is mechanical — accomplished with two independently mounted ram assemblies, gear driven, and configured for tug installation. The rams stroke transversely, engaging the vertical ladder structures incorporated into

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    at Corporate Staff 3 Matthias Jablonowski is global practice lead AAL. Panayides joined the ranks of the ship- Vladimir Bibik, IT of the Ports program at Nokia. Being intrigued ping industry in the early 1990s following his Mark O’Malley, Public Relations by the opportunities of connected technolo-

  • MR Jul-19#4th Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    July 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MN Jul-19#4          Fax: 561-732-9670
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    June 2019 - Marine News page: 4

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  • MR May-19#2nd Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2nd Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

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  • MR Apr-19#57  ?ttings. The many 
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    April 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 57

    in- used as a support crane for lifting large CPV is recognized as a global leader and innovator for their valves and ?ttings. The many cludes two ram luf? ng offshore cranes, components. Since the start of the proj- bene?ts of CPV products include: use for any liquid or gas up to 6,000 psi; 100%

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    Tel: 561-732-0312 Fax: 561-732-8063 Mike Kozlowski • kozlowski@marinelink.com Tel: 561-733-2477 Fax: 561-732-9670 51 Vessels John Ram • ram@marinelink.com Tel: 561-244-2380 Fax: 212-254-6271 52 People & Company News Managing Director, Intl. Sales Paul Barrett

  • MR Mar-19#4th Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MR Sep-18#3rd Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MR Jul-18#4th Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    July 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MR May-18#3rd Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    May 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MN Jun-18#58  designed  high visibility top frame design, 
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    June 2018 - Marine News page: 58

    and barge (ATB) couplings. contact hydrocarbon sensors in the etrating Class A-0, A-15, A-30 and Klüberbio AM 12-501 is designed high visibility top frame design, A-60 bulkheads and decks. speci? cally for the large plain bear- equipped with a pulsed UV LED www.deltatsystems.com ings, rams and connectors

  • MR Mar-18#3rd Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    March 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MR Mar-18#12  several hundred yards, and rams 
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    March 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    halt in less than a ship-length. The of? cer of the deck reverses thrust be- fore the icebreaker is fully halted, goes astern several hundred yards, and rams the ice again at full power. This process continues until the ice is broken and the ship can proceed. Even when the ice is thinner and the cutter

  • MR Nov-17#59  
more conventional RAstar and RAm- dual-fuel Robert Allan)
    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    est vessel in the world — are a team of not realistically see a time when a large ue to build a number of LNG fueled tugs more conventional RAstar and RAm- dual-fuel Robert Allan ROTORTUGS portion of the tugs we design are LNG-fu- every year for operations where the (other parts designs we are realistically

  • MR Aug-17#82  seen a noticeable im- Dodge RAM 2500 diesel pickup with)
    August 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 82

    , he bought an auto kit for his is created meaning less fuel is needed to do the same ing the Fitch Fuel Catalyst “I’ve seen a noticeable im- Dodge RAM 2500 diesel pickup with a Cummins 5.9 work. provement in exhaust and engine responsiveness. The liter engine with the expectations of quieting down

  • MR Jul-17#28  plication protocol (or program) inter- ABB’s Ability platform)
    July 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    and ap- and key to Kognifai, as it has been for a focus on autonomous shipping, the platform for further analysis and utiliza- plication protocol (or program) inter- ABB’s Ability platform or others’ design ? rst projects of which are about to make tion”. A signi? cant bene? t for business faces — so-called

  • MR May-17#22  (ABS) rules. A buckling assess-
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    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    point load to the center of the stress results are available from the ? - approximately 50 mm, followed by ? ne Class (ABS) rules. A buckling assess- ram. A contact ? eld of elements is cre- nite element solution, Viking’s structural mesh models to verify the structure satis- ment ratio is then obtained

  • MR May-17#20  box, and any tran- transverse frames. 
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    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    responds to the two elements between tug from the barge, a ? nite ele- brackets and panel breakers. structure, new load box, and any tran- transverse frames. Tment analysis (FEA) is carried The following editorial is based on a sitional structure. A full breadth model The tube and ram are designed

  • MR Mar-17#3  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    March 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES

  • MR Feb-17#36 . “That included  through with a ramming maneuver, and 
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    February 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    for the model to break questions that are being asked can be testing and evaluation work for New- lar Icebreaker Project. “That included through with a ramming maneuver, and satisfactorily answered that way. Using foundland’s four offshore oil projects, pressurized ice, ridges, rubble ? elds, to extract

  • MR Dec-16#3rd Cover  (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram 
   and Drive Screws, Above)
    December 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    U.S. EPA Acute Toxicity Test LC-50. • Ultimately Biodegradable (Pw1) Base Fluid – 75.2%. • For Use On Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) Notch Interface, Coupler Ram and Drive Screws, Above Deck Equipment, Rudder Shafts, Wire Rope, Port Equipment and Cranes, Barges and Oil Platforms. BIOSYNXTREME HF SERIES