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THE GREATEST ESCAPE
Now in the United States brought to you by
Viking Life-Saving Equipment (America), Inc.
Finally - a complete Davit Launching system with USCG approved inflatable liferafts for 12, 16, 20 and 25 person capacity, a new USCG approved stainless steel automatic release hook, and a choice of USCG approved Davits.
A system without the added expense of boarding and operating ramps. A system with a choice of fixed, slewing or luffing type Davits, a system with totally watertight liferaft containers for prolonged life, and a system that allows float free or throw-over capability.
When it comes to packages, we offer the latest in technology, space-saving and least expensive ideas for escape.
Viking Life-Saving Equipment (America), Inc. 3305 N.W. 37 Street, Miami, Fla. 33142
Phone: (305) 638-3300, Telex: 52 2899 (viking usa mia)
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Annual Meeting — A Preview
Booth No. 722 + 724
Corrosion protection and preven- tive systems that can save millions of dollars for marine and offshore operators will be exhibited in Engel- hard's display. Also included will be a shipboard corrosion control sys- tem proven through 20 years of applications; electrochemical water treatment equipment to reduce in- ternal corrosion and eliminate ma- rine growth fouled seawater systems and deep submergence diver ser- viceable anodes for continuous 20- plus year corrosion protection on offshore exploration rigs and plat- forms.
Booth Nos. 306 & 308
Envirovac Inc. of Rockford, 111., will exhibit its ORCA sewage treat- ment systems, Type I & II physical/ chemical MSDs, which are of com- pact design and microprocessor con- trolled, with U.S. Coast Guard,
IMO, and various other approvals.
The company's E-VAC vacuum sewage systems save water by using only two pints per flush, and elimi- nate many of the problems asso- ciated with gravity piping because vacuum piping does not require slope, can run upwards, and is smaller in diameter.
SEE THE MARLO NAVY FAN COIL AT BOOTH F6,F7
NUCLEAR COOLING, INC.
P.O. BOX 171
HIGH RIDGE, MO 63049
INTRODUCING A NEW GENERATION FAN COIL
UNIT IN A COMPACT LIGHT WEIGHT DESIGN
FOR SHIPBOARD APPLICATIONS. • DESIGNED FOR COOLING AND HEATING • QUALIFIED TO MIL-S-901 AND MIL-STD-167 • QUIET, TROUBLE FREE OPERATON • SIZES FROM 5800 BTUH TO 73,000 BTUH • TWO SPEED MOTORS FOR UP TO 1" ESP • COMPLETE INTERNAL CONTROL PACKAGE • OVERHEAD OR BULKHEAD MOUNTING • COMPLETE SPECIFICATIONS AND SELECTION DATA • COMMERCIAL MARINE CONSTRUCTION AVAILABLE
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON MARLO PRODUCTS
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Booth No. 819
Esgard, Inc. of Lafayette, La., represented worldwide, will pro- mote its entire line of rust- and cor- rosion-preventive coatings. In- cluded will be ballast coatings, self- priming paints, wire rope and cable lubricants, and inventory storage coatings.
Booth No. 638
Fathom Oceanology Limited of
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada offers engineering design, development, manufacture and service of vari-
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