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Tenfjord/Cunningham B-7

Thomson-Gordon 404

Timsco 110

Total Transportation

Systems 227

Transinternational Technical

Services B-8

Tre-Astech Marine Products 224

U.S. Naval Institute B-4

Unitor & Perolin Marine B-5

Veson 936

Viking Life-Saving

Equipment 908

Walport D-3

Village Marine Tec. 232

Ward Leonard Electric 215

Warren Pumps 132

Wartsila Power 422

Waukesha Bearings 101

S.S. White Industrial

Products 610

Wright-Austin 417

Xomox F-10

The following listings are brief descriptions of the products and services to be exhibited at participating company booths. Listings are as provided at press time.


Booth No. 123

Admiral Marine Company of

Staten Island, N.Y., will display a complete line of products for con- tainer securing. Of particular inter- est are the flex head lashing rod and the twist lock stacker. The stacker features a one-piece cone design that is being copied worldwide.

Lashing equipment for RO/RO ves- sels will also be displayed, featuring

AMC's well-known chain last sys- tem presently used by the U.S.

Navy on the T-AKR and T-AK ships.

Also represented will be a full line of wire rope, fittings, anchors, an- chor chain, and cordage. A topic for discussion at the booth will be the company's inhouse computer pro- gram service—a computer analysis of container securing systems based on the physical characteristics of the vessel and the forces generated by the wind and sea.


Booth No. 823

Aero Nav Laboratories, Inc. of

College Point, N.Y., is a research and testing firm featuring noise measurement, shock testing, accel- eration simulation, vibration test- ing, climatic environment simula- tion, and explosion-proof testing.

The firm's shock testing capabili- ties run the full range of Military

Specifications. It has the ability to check safety and explosion propoga- tion effectiveness of military and commercial equipment in a con- trolled gas atmosphere. A complete facility is available for vibration simulation and testing. Aero Nav has successfully conducted many airborne noise, structure-borne noise, and Type II vibration tests to

November, 1985 military and industrial specifica- tions.


Booth No. 909

Alfa-Laval, Inc. of Fort Lee, N.J., will be featuring the NIREX® fresh- water distillers, fuel oil purification equipment, and plate heat exchang- ers.


Booth No. 911

American Piping Products, Inc. of

New Hyde Park, N.Y., will exhibit a complete line of spectacle blinds in sizes 1 inch through 24 inches, in all body materials and with either butt well or flanged ends. The company will also display a wide variety of basket, "Y" type, and duplex strain- ers, as well as check valves and nee- dle valves.


Booth No. 408 (continued)

BondstrancT takes the weight out of Mi! Spec pipe...

Bondstrand Assembly Copper-Nickel Assembly

And it gives you high performance for as little as one-third the installed cost

Now Bondstrand 2000USN, manufac- tured in accordance with MIL-P-24608, meets demanding U.S. Navy require- ments for lightweight, corrosion resistant, cost-effective fiberglass pipe systems for nonvital shipboard applications.

Nonmetallic Bondstrand 2000USN pipe, at one-fifth the weight of copper- nickel pipe, is highly corrosion resist- ant, completely inert to chlorinated water and seawater, and can have an installed cost as little as one-third that of copper-nickel 90/10, Class 200 pipe systems.

With Bondstrand 2000USN, you can achieve significant installation cost benefits when compared with traditional U.S. Navy on-board pipe systems.

Bondstrand 2000USN, rated at 200 psig at 150°F, has been accepted for these shipboard applications on combatant and noncombatant vessels: • Seawater cooling and flashing lines • Oily water and wastewater collection • Chilled water systems • Distilled water lines • Main drainage systems • Low pressure air • Plumbing vents • Deck drains • Secondary drainage • Potable water systems requiring

NSF listed pipe

Bondstrand pipe systems are easy to join, remain unaffected by corrosion and deliver essentially maintenance- free service.

The results, significant reductions in weight, installation and maintenance costs, without sacrificing performance standards.

With over 600 marine pipe installa- tions already relying on Bondstrand pipe, there's plenty of proof that

Bondstrand fiberglass pipe systems deliver high performance at low installed cost.

For complete information contact


See Bondstrand 2000USN at

SNAME — Exhibit Space 412


Ameron Fiberglass Pipe Division, Post Office Box 801148, Houston, Texas, 77280, Phone: (713) 690-7777, Telex: 293096 AMERON FPD

Ameron Fiberglass Pipe Division, J.F. Kennedylaan 7, 4191 MZ Geldermalsen, The Netherlands, Phone: 03455-3341, Telex: 40257 BONDS NL

Ameron (Pte) Ltd., No. 7A, Tuas Avenue 3, Singapore 2263, Phone: (65) 862-1301, Telex: 38960 AMERON RS

Fuji Bondstrand Co., Ltd., 90-1 Maeda Fuji City, Shizuoka Pref. 416, Japan, Phone: 0545-64-4446, Telex: 3925478 FJBOND J

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