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Marine Literature Review
BORALIGN, the latest development for the measuring of bores and bearings in internal combustion engines, compres- sors, turbines, and pumps. True bore center measurement, not just bore | straightness. It measures whether multi- ple bores are in line with one another and with the rotating centerline of the shaft.
Measures shafe guides in marine propulsion. Versatile bracket- ing covers entire range of diameters from 5-in. to 30-in.. It is available as a stand alone system or as an add-on package to the
ROTALIGN PRO laser shaft alignment system.
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Incat the Magazine is produced six times
I a year by Incat Australia Pty Ltd, builders of the world's fastest large vehicle and passenger ferries. Recent Incat deliveries to Europe include four fast 96 m catama- ferries operating in Spain and the | Royal Australian Navy's HMAS Jervis . 'Htm Bay which carries and troops between
Darwin and East Timor. Visit the website www.incat.com.au.
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Pall Rochem Marine
With over 15 years experience, Pall
Rochem is recognized as the world leader in the design, manufacture, installation, and service of shipboard desalination sys- tems. Today, as Pall Rochem Marine, we can additionally provide ultrafiltration (UF) membrane solutions for processing the greywater generated onboard sea going vessels — the integrated solution for all your shipboard water management requirements.
Website: www.pall.com/marine Circle No. 103
Parker's 711 hose and 71 series fittings, an assembly combination designed specifically for injection molding applica- tions, are featured in a new product bul- letin published by Parker Hose Products.
Detailed product specifications are pro- vided in the four-color bulletin. For a copy of Bulletin 4480-B61-USA, contact
Parker Catalog Services, 8940 Tyler Blvd., , (440)205-7799. Circle No. 104
Integrated Machinery Alarm and Control
System featuring the IMACS (Integrated
Machinery Alarm and Control System),
PMC's color brochure describes the vari- ous features of this system.
Typical functions and operator interface screens are illustrated, using screen cap- tures from the latest vessel installations.
Prime Mover Controls Inc., 3600 Gilmore Way, Burnaby, BC,
Canada V5G 4R8 email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: (604) 433-4644 fax: (604) 433-5570
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Winner of the 1996 Seatrade Award for
I Safety at Sea, the EVAC-U8 Emergency
Escape Smoke Hood provides 20 minutes of protection from lethal smoke and fumes in the event of a shipboard fire.
Light, compact and easy to use, EVAC-U8
I is used on safety and liability conscious marine vessels worldwide. www.evac-u8.com (604) 324-3822
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Mentor, Ohio 44060
Hillard has built a reputation for solving motion control problems by structuring the company so that customers receive direct contact with engineers who design the products. For a free copy of the new product line brochure, call or write The Hillard Corp., 100 West
Fourth Street, Elmira, NY 14902-1504; phone: 607-733-7121; fax: 607-737-1108. www.hillardcorp.com. Circle No. 107
Rikett AS has been manufacturing and supplying contract flooring since the early 1950's. Rikett's wide range of high- performance heavy duty Rikett Quartz
Floor Tiles are supplied for numerous commercial, industrial and public sector applications, www.rikett.com
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With a 33-year history of expertise in personal survival equipment,
Mustang Survival is a research, development, and manufacturing company whose business is to save lives. In addition to the Ocean
Commander, Mustang provides an array of high tech survival and pro- tective equipment to NASA, the U.S. Air Force, the
U.S. Navy, Coast Guards, and professional users in more than 20 countries worldwide.
Visit: www.mustangsurvival.com Circle No. 109
Associates, as agent for the
ART ANDERSON ASSOCIATES
Art Anderson design
STOLKRAFT hull form, is pleased to introduce this innova- tive, effective, and versatile tech- nology, which has been used successfully in a wide variety of high speed work boats and plea- sure craft around the world over the past twenty years.
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For decades, MWH has been one of the most important manufac- turers of valve systems in the world. Our reputation for excel- lence is based on a wide product range produced to superior qual- ity standards. Engine manufac- turers and operators constantly praise MWH products for their outstanding perfor- mance and valve. Circle No. Ill
Fuel and Marine Marketing LLC (FAMM), was formed Novem- ber 1, 1998 by Texaco, and
Chevron, combining the global hkimpmahinemaiwetim residual fue] and marine lubri- cants marketing businesses of both companies. FAMM's industrial customers include power plants throughout the United States, Latin
America, Europe and Asia that have learned to rely on us to deliver their fuels and lubricants on time.
Visit www.fammllc.com Circle No. 112
Exclusively In Our Hands
Retained by the Bankruptcy Court
TransCoastal Marine Services, Inc.
Pipelay / Bury Barges,
Vessels & Misc. Marine Assets
Assets include ocean-going vessels, river barges, drag-line & jetting equipment, amphibious tracked vehicles, drydock and other related equipment. Some major floating assets include: # 175' oonotruotion / bury vooool "Sea Level No. 31" Sale Pending # 270' dp multiservice, construction / bury vessel "Discovery" # 350' x 60' pipelay / bury barge "Vermillion Bay" # 256' x 72' bury barge "Atchafalaya Bay" # 3,400 ton capacity drydock it Over 80 other omallor bargoo and voooolo
Full list of equipment, price ideas, technical details, surveys and photographs available on the internet or by contacting our office. Equipment located in the
U.S. Gulf Coast. Inspection by arrangement through this office.
Marcon International, Inc.
Fax: 360-678-8890 e-mail: email@example.com www. marcon. com
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The International Maritime
Organization (IMO) is a special- ized agency of the United
Nations dealing with technical and legal matters concerning the safety of international shipping and the prevention of marine pollution from ships.
IMO's publishing activities provide to the world mar- itime community the numerous texts prepared by the
Organization as part of its work program.
Visit www.imo.org Circle No. 108