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Renewing Engine Monitoring Systems In Old Ships Saves Money

Faster and lower-cost replacement of ships' alarm systems is now an option for vessels struggling with costly maintenance of old monitoring equipment. Existing control panels can be used, and the upgrade even carried out, while the vessel is under way.

 

LCD's Turning Black

Considerations in the Design of an IP67 Rated Computer or Display for Outdoor Marine Applications An outdoor designed product is required to be totally sealed to eliminate uncontrolled system contamination through external fans and openings. To increase system reliability,

Dravo SteelShip Delivers Towboat With Elevating Pilothouse To International Paper

Dravo SteelShip Corporation, Route #4, Pine Bluff, Ark. 71601, recently delivered a SteelShip 80 with elevating pilothouse to International Paper Company, Woodlands Division, Mobile, Ala. The new vessel, named the Forest Queen, will be operating on the Yazoo River,

LNG-5 . . . Dusseldorf

Authors from 13 countries will present more than 40 technical papers to some 2,000 delegates expected to attend the Fifth International Conference and Exhibition on Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG-5) scheduled August 29- September 1, 1977, in Dusseldorf, West Germany.

ASSOPO '80 Set For June 16-18 In Trondheim —Program Available

An International S y m p o s i um on "Automation for Safety in Shipping and Offshore Petroleum Operations" (ASSOPO '80) is scheduled to be held in Trondheim, Norway, June 16-18, 1980. The symposium was organized by the Norwegian Society for Automatic Control,

Sperry Computerized Positioning System Permits Pipelaying In 2,000-Ft. Waters

Equipped with a unique computerized positioning system, the Saipem Castoro Sei, the world's largest pipelaying barge, began its sea trials in August off the Italian coast. The column-stabilized, semisubmersible barge, which measures 470 by 212 by

APL Team To Analyze Systems Controlling Steam Plants On Ships

The Maritime Administration has awarded a cost-shared reimbursable no-fee contract in the amount of $295,800 to American President Lines, Inc., 601 California Street, San Francisco, Calif. 94108, to analyze the characteristics of systems used

Microwave Indicator Tells Level Of Liquid Cargoes Aboard Ship

Penco Division, Hudson Engineering Company of Hoboken, N.J., has been appointed the U.S. marine sales representatives of Saab Marine Electronics, Goteborg, Sweden. SUM 21, one of their principal products, is the first microwave operated level indicator system for measuring aboard ship,

Combustion Gas Testers Check Boiler Efficiency —Literature Available

It appears that however big you are, and however much oil you have, you still have to worry about how much oil you are burning in your boilers. Some major oil companies, although they deal in larger quantities of this precious resource than most companies,

Shipboard Liquid-Level Sensor O f f e r e d By Tecnomatic Controls

A sturdy liquid-level sensor and transmitter from Tecnomatic Controls Ltd. in Britain is said to withstand the rigors of shipboard and rig applications. Constructed of stainless steel and monel (a nickel-base alloy), the Series 200 is completely seawater,

 
 
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