Deutz AG now offers its industrial 1013 and 1015 series engines to serve as main propulsion and to power on-board generating sets. These engines complement the marine engine range in the power class between 80 and 560 kW. The 1013 series will
A recent meeting of the Eastern U.S.A. Branch, The Institute of Marine Engineers, held at the American Bureau of Shipping in New York heard a paper titled "The Use of Epoxy in Ship Repair and Maintenance." The author was J. Murray Wilson, vice president of engineering,
A full-scale, RV-2 diesel engine, cut away f o r training purposes, has been donated to the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo, Calif., by the Transamerica Delaval Engine and Compressor Division. The presentation was made public at acceptance
The first 12-cylinder Sulzer RTflex96C low-speed marine engine developed by Wartsila Corporation has successfully completed its official shop test. With a maximum continuous power output of 68,640 kW (93,360 bhp) at 102 rpm, it is reported to be
The Hunt Company of Houston continues its expansion with the addition of three new sales team members — Elmo Bergeron, Terry L. Tucker and Frank Doonan Jr. Mr. Bergeron, with more than 30 years' experience in the oil industry, has been named sales manager for Louisiana.
Caterpillar Engine Division announces a new family of highspeed, heavy-duty diesel engines in the 800-1,600 bhp (600-1,200 kw) class. Designated the 3500 series, the engine family provides optimum value for a wide variety of high-horsepower applications.
Wartsila Corporation received an order to supply four Wartsila 6L50DF dual-fuel engines to power a 75,000 cu. in. LNG carrier contracted by the French gas holding company Gaz de France at the French shipyard Chantiers de l'Atlantique. Due for delivery in 2004,
— F r e e Brochures A v a i l a b l e— Detroit Diesel Corporation recently introduced three new generation high-speed engines for the passenger boat, pleasure craft and marine market—the 16V-149TI, 6- 71TI and 3000 Series. The 16V-149TI is a 16-cylinder,
— I m p r o v e d C y l i n d e r A n d C r a n k c a s e O i l s— The trend toward upgrading output and efficiency of marine diesel engines, as well as improving their ability to burn heavy residual fuels with high sulfur content, has placed increasing
The Galbraith-Pilot Marine Division of Marine Electric RPD, Inc., 166 National Road, Edison, N.J., has introduced a lube Oil Pump Emergency Power Source to assure protection of ship propulsion machinery after a'power interruption. The emergency