The development of URI CLEAN Concentrate was partly due to the shipowners' continual problem of line blockages in Vacuum sanitation systems where uric acid deposits crystallize. When Crystallization occurs in these lines the acceleration of line
The appointment of A1 Spaete to the position of manager of the newly established engine repair division was announced by Edward Renshaw, president of St. Louis Ship. At the same time, Mr. Renshaw announced the appointment of James V. Bishop as administrative manager of the division.
Steve Ralph has joined National Marine Service Incorporated, of St. Louis, Mo., as a shipyard division salesman, William A. Creelman, president of the company announced recently. Mr. Ralph, a retired U.S. Navy captain, has extensive experience with
6 4 - P a g e T e c h n i c a l Report A v a i l a b le M.A.N.-B&W Diesel has introduced their latest design, heavy fuel burning, four-stroke diesel engine, the L58/64, with a power rating from 8,000 to 15,000 bhp. M.A.N.-B&W reports the most noteworthy
Bayou Black Shipyard recently delivered the push boat, the 'Bengal Phil', to Hillman Marine, Inc. of Morgan City, La. The boat has a length of 60 feet, a beam of 25 feet, and depth midship of 9 feet. The Bengal Phil's fuel capacity is approximately 16,
—Literature Available— The revolutionary development of the medium-speed diesel engine with improved total economy, has created an opportunity for the reengining of many vessels. The main aspects of improved economy offered by medium-speed diesel
The Water Technologies Division of Aqua-Chem, Inc. recently introduced a new line of marine plate-type, seawater desalting evaporators, designated type "SP". The standard unit, using low-temperature waste heat, is capable of producing 10,000 to 15,
Exchanges Of Experiences—Problems And Solutions—Prove Use Of Heavy Fuels In Medium-Speed Diesel Engines Is Increasing And Economical Two years ago Alfa-Laval, Inc. of Fort Lee, N.J. sponsored a symposium on modern fuel systems. This symposium
The Navy has entered a new era of ship construction in Bath, Maine. The introduction of an innovative construction and launching platform brings some of the most modern warship building methods in the world to Bath Iron Works and the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).