Literature Available Two major European engine manufacturers, KHD, Klockner-Humboldt- Deutz AG of Cologne, and MWM, Motoren-Werke Mannheim AG of Mannheim, have merged to form Deutz/MWM. The new diesel engine group will offer one of the broadest power ranges of engines in the world.
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
In March this year, Bath Iron Works Corporation awarded to Bird-Johnson Company of Walpole, Mass., a contract to supply the controllable- pitch main propulsion equipment for the DDG-51, the lead ship of the Arleigh Burke Class of guided-missile destroyers.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point shipyard near Baltimore recently christened and delivered its second reconstructed maritime prepositioning ship. The RO/ R0 vessel was named the Pfc. James Anderson Jr. in honor of the Vietnam war hero
— L i t e r a t u r e Available A high-tech method to remove water and impurities from heavy fuel oil, improve engine performance, and prevent diesel breakdowns are features of Centrico's product line. Westfalia oil-purifying centrifuges, including the automatic,
In accordance with its policy that diversity makes good business sense, Goltens, the 45-year-old worldwide marine diesel service organization, has undertaken a number of projects in fields beyond a strictly marine environment, but in areas in which Goltens is equally at home.
A new Monitor 205 marine engine fuel-efficiency system brochure is available from Avicon Corporation of Scottsdale, Ariz., illustrating and describing features which can provide fuel savings up to 30 percent for vessel owners. The four-color
Birka Line Ab and Wartsila Marine have signed a contract for a new $135-million luxury cruise vessel to be delivered in the autumn of 1990. The 32,000-gross-registered-ton vessel, with accommodations for 1,700 passengers, will be built at the Turku Shipyard.
The solid rocket booster recovery vessel Independence, built by Halter Marine, Inc. of Moss Point, Miss., was delivered recently to the Lockheed Space and Operations Company, for whom the vessel was built under a contract from Lockheed Shipbuilding.
— 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