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  • Alfa-Laval of Fort Lee, N.J., one of the world leaders in liquid separation, thermal, and continuous process technology recently announced it has been chosen by U.S. Lines, Inc. to supply all of the fuel and lube purifiers plus other equipment for 12 jumbo containerships.

    The U.S. Lines' contract for the 12 vessels is valued at $570-million and is, according to industry sources, the biggest maritime order in recent history.

    Alfa-Laval will be supplying 84 centrifugal separators for fuel and lube purification plus fresh water generators and plate heat exchangers for central cooling systems.

    Robert E. Wiltz, senior vice president and general manager in charge of the Alfa-Laval Industry Group, said the equipment order will exceed $4-million and is subject to final approval by the government of South Korea, where the ships will be built.

    "The combination of state-of-theart Alfa-Laval equipment and new diesel engines will provide significant fuel economies in the operation of these huge vessels," explained Mikael Ugander, vice president and general manager of the Alfa-Laval Separation Engineering Group. "Our technology will permit the burning of the lowest grade bunker fuel." Mr. Ugander said the containerships will be "longer than three football fields"—950 feet long by 106 feet wide.

    Alfa-Laval, Inc. is part of the international Alfa-Laval Group headquartered in Sweden. The U.S.

    company, headquartered in Fort Lee, N.J., was established in 1883 to supply centrifugal equipment to dairy farms for continuous cream separation. Today, that original technology continues to find broader application, including food and dairy processing, power generation, chemical processing, and pollution control.

  • —Brochure Available Centrico, Inc. offers state-of-theart equipment for cleaning even the lowest grades of fuel and lube oil. Two technologically advanced units offered by Centrico are the self-cleaning Westfalia OSA-type oil purifier and the VESA-EC-2 precision timing and monitoring device. OSA-type

  • included are detailed sections on how the Denny Brown system operates, a guide to fin selection, the hydraulic system that powers it, and the state-of-theart electronics that control it. Stabilizers reduce ship roll by using fins projecting from the side of the hull. Micro processor controls sense the

  • , reporting to the president of the company. McAlear's appointment is expected to make the yard, which has been touted as one of the most state-of-theart shipyards currently in operation, a solid investment for both customers, and future prospective owners. Trained in naval architecture and marine

  • delivered the Alaskan Frontier, the first of four Alaska-class double-hull oil tankers being built for BP Oil Shipping Company, USA. Touted as state-of-theart ships and environmentally friendly — backed by an innovative diesel-electric propulsion system, with redundant engines, shafts and screws, significantly

  • sets used an average of 32 gallons of fuel per hour. For its fishing customers, the Lady Frances has been equipped with heated hand rails, state-of-theart sound systems, 2 Northern Lights M964 30kW generators and an array of fish finding electronics, including an American Pioneer Dual Scan II sonar

  • , heavy oil engines, has relocated its North American h e a d q u a r t e rs from Rosemont, to Glenview, 111., to provide the latest state-of-theart services to the U.S. and Canadian marine industry. Since it was established in the fall of 1980, Krupp MaK Diesel, Inc., a subsidiary of Krupp

  • Welding Systems Inc., and CRC Bethany International Inc. Literature is available describing CRC's services and capabilities, including their state-of-theart construction equipment, automated welding systems, and pipeline automation specialists. For full details and free literature on CRC's product

  • was close to two terabytes — one terabyte equaling 1.000 gigabytes. Nine workstations allowed survey personnel to process the data with state-of-theart software and create impressive 3D models of the ocean floor, side scan mosaics as well as imagery of historical wrecks like the USS Monitor. In

  • compressor containing only seven moving internal parts, a cupro-nickel tubed condenser suitable for seawater, a copper tubed chiller and a state-of-theart microprocessor control panel. Ben Bailey, a company president, states with conviction that once the Bailey Screw Pak is in position, the Enchanted

  • solutions. This system incorporates all the functionality of the previously typeapproved Transas ECDIS with an additional array of innovative, state-of-theart features. Significant new capabilities offered by Navi-Sailor 3000 include integrated weather forecasting, multiple chart display and user-selectable

  • Diamond offers complete facilities for corporate conferences and incentive groups. Of particular interest to business executives is the ship's state-of-theart communications technology, such as the direct-dial telephones, facsimile machines, computers, printers and the availability of satellite communication

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