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  • Many people, in shipyards and the Navy alike, consider the ship's Halon fire-control system to be among the most critical piping systems on any vessel. Important because in case of a ship fire, the survivability of everything onboard will ultimately depend on how well the CO canisters actuate and the fire control system operates.

    Jacksonville Shipyards, Jacksonville, Fla., like most shipyards, is faced with the task of providing reliable products quicker and at a reduced cost to the government and the taxpayer. Accordingly, the yard's pipe foreman, George Leonard, took a closer look at Pyplok swage marine fittings manufactured by Deutsch Metal Components in Los Angeles, Calif. Now, he says, he "swears by 'em." Mr. Leonard and his group of pipe fitters have installed Pyplok swage marine fittings on the new Aegis Class cruiser USS Philippine Sea, as well the USS Doyle, USS Gallery, USS Estocin, USS Flatley.

    and others.

    The Halon system is a 3,000-psig rated system, each installation of which Mr. Leonard and his group pressure tests from two to four hours at operating pressure. As far as installation costs, Jacksonville Shipyards benefits from fewer requirements with Pyplok.

    The Deutsch Pyplok pipe fitting system has demonstrated an unparalleled reliability record with zero rework. According to Mr Leonard, zero rework means increased productivity and profitability at Jacksonville Shipyards.

    Jacksonville Shipyards is a major ship repair yard on the East Coast, owned by Fruehauf Trailer, which was acquired in 1989 by Terex Corporation. It is comprised of their downtown yard in Jacksonville, Fla., along with their Mayport division and Bellinger division.

    The commitment to use the relatively " new" Deutsch Pyplok pipe fitting system, which has actually been in use for over 10 years, underscores Terex Corporation's philosophy to integrate modern technology for enhanced ship repair production.

    Mr. Leonard's use of the Deutsch Pyplok system, through substantially reduced man-hour costs, rework cost and other costs (i.e., flushing, gas-freeing and fire-watch) has shown it to meet Terex's commitment to increased quality and productivity.

    For free literature giving more information on the Deutsch Pyplok pipe fitting system, Circle 47 on Reader Service Card For literature detailing the facilities and capabilities of Jacksonville Shipyards, Circle 48 on Reader Service Card

  • Swagelok® Tube Fitting Reducing Union Branch Tees are now available in 316 stainless steel and carbon steel from Swagelok Co., Solon, Ohio. The new fittings provide size reductions from 2-inch, lV2-inch and l'/4-inch tube O.D. on the tee run down to 1-inch tube O.D. on the tee branch. The design

  • The Company: Tube-Mac Piping Technologies, founded in 1977, specializes in “non welded piping systems” for lubrication and hydraulic lines. The corporate headquarters is based in Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada with a 55,000 SF (5100 SM) component manufacturing and pipe fabrication facility. The firm employs

  • —Literature A new mechanically applied pipe connecting system called PYPLOK ® that eliminates the costly expense, hazard and time of welding and brazing has been designed for use in the marine shipbuilding/ repair industries and introduced by Deutsch Metal Components Division, Los Angeles, Calif.

  • ; Crosby Laughlin, in Portland, Maine; C r o s b y of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Western Block of Lockport, N.Y.; Owensboro Crosby of Owensboro, Ky.; National Swage of Jacksonville, Ark.; Crosby Taylor of Tulsa, as well as all Crosby international operations

  • Eugene A. Hughes, president of Atlantic Cordage Corp., 60 Grant Avenue, Carteret, N.J. 07008, has announced the appointment of Don Macauley as marketing manager. Mr. Macauley has an extensive background in the wire rope field, having been district manager, mid-Atlantic states, for Leschen Wire

  • Kamatics Corporation, home officed in Bloomfield, Conn., is offering a free, full-color, 22-page catalog on their line of KAron® Bearings, including spherical, rod end and journal configurations. The KAron bearing system is generated by swaging a metallic sleeve around a spherical ball creating

  • savings for expanding the Vi-inch, 3/s-inch, and 5/s-inch tubes for coolers, condensers, and heat exchangers on surface ships by using the MKIII HydroSwage Tube Expander from Haskel, Inc. Utilizing precisely controlled uniform hydraulic water pressure between two seals, this method is safe, fast, and econo

  • International Maritime Associates, Inc. (IMA) prepares detailed business reports covering the U.S. Navy market. They deal with future business opportunities available to shipyards, manufacturers, engineering firms and other marine suppliers. This article is based on information contained in recent

  • —Literature Available SPD Technologies, Philadelphia, Pa., recently announced the completion of its acquisition of the Navy Switchgear Division of Brown Boveri Power Equipment, Inc., based in Montgomeryville, Pa. According to George M. Gordon, president and chief executive officer of SPD Technologies

  • John Biancamano recently joined SPD Technologies as manager- international marketing. In his new position he will be responsible for all international marketing and program development on behalf of SPD's line of military circuit breakers, switchgear and battery monitoring systems. The company is

  • Electrocatalytic, Inc., has announced the purchase of the Seltech Group businesses including DEM (Dished Electrode Membrane) Cell Process Technology from Steetley Engineering Limited, West Midlands, England. DEM Cell products will be manufactured in Electrocatalytic's plants in Portskewett, Gwent

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