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Booth No. 231
Bailey Refrigeration Company,
Inc. of Avenel, N.J., this year will not only be showing and describing its well-known HVAC maintenance, design, installation, and spare parts services, but will also be introducing its cooperative program with Dun- ham-Bush, Inc.
Bailey has taken on the exclusive
U.S. marine representation of Dun- ham-Bush's unique and highly reli- able line of rotary screw compres- sors. Cutaway exhibits, technical lit- erature, and engineering personnel will be at the Bailey booth.
Booth No. 514
Bardex Hydranautics of Goleta,
Calif., will have personnel at their display to show and explain the latest developments in shiplift and transfer systems, floating drydock transfer systems, and lifting sys- tems. Literature and photographs in the booth will detail applications and technical specifications for the
Bardex line of heavy-load moving systems for shipbuilding and ship repair.
Booth Nos. 905 & 907
Bay Shipbuilding Corporation of
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An ASEA STAL company, S-612 20 Finspong, Sweden
Tel: 46-122 19090, Telex: 64045 STAVAL
Sturgeon Bay, Wise., is one of the most modern full-service shipyards in the U.S. With access to the world's oceans through the St. Law- rence Seaway, Bay Ship can design, engineer, build, repair, convert, re- power, retrofit, and jumboize oceangoing vessels to 760 feet and
Great Lakes ships to 1,100 feet. The yard has a proven record of quality work, reduced costs, and on-sched- ule deliveries.
Booth No. 837
Bethlehem Steel Corporation's
Shipbuilding Division will feature its expanded capability for ship con- struction and repair at three facili- ties—the new Sabine repair yard at
Port Arthur, Texas; the recently up- graded yard at Sparrows Point near
Baltimore; and the Far East Singa- pore shipyard. All represent recent major capital expenditures, reflect- ing Bethlehem's commitment to the maritime industry.
Booth No. 825
The British Shipbuilders exhibit will show the company's latest tech- nology and designs available.
Booth No. E-3
Centrico will provide technical experts on their two-stage purifica- tion system for heavy fuel oil with a density up to 10/10 kg/m-; their line of automatic self-cleaning oil sepa- rators type OSA used in purifying heavy fuel oil and heavy lubricating oils and the company's ablative treatment system used to purify re- sidual and crude oil for gas turbines.
Free literature on Centrico's full line of products will be available.
Booth No. 600
Colt Industries, Fairbanks Morse
Engine Division will be exhibiting literature and sales data for the
Pielstick PA series engine with a horsepower range of one to 8,000 used for stationary and marine ap- plications, as well as literature and a model of the Pielstick 2.6 engine.
Booth No. 728
C-E Marine and Industrial Pack- age Steam Systems will be display- ing a complete product line includ- ing main propulsion boilers, auxilia- ry boilers, and waste heat boilers, as (continued) 65