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Passenger Vessels & Ferries
TCL Series Lube
Wooster Products introduced
Free Air Hoists
The new TCL Series lube STAIRMASTER NITEGLOW an- free air hoists from Har- ti-slip safety renovation treads with rington Hoists operate photoluminescence, for exit path without air supply lubrica- markings, safety egress systems, steps tion, which leaves the surrounding and leading edge of landings to help Series E Interceptors environment free of oil mist from the ? nd pathways in the dark. Available IMTRA expanded its Zipwake Dy- air exhaust, and are recommended in lengths to order to a maximum of namic Trim Control System offer- for the food, chemical or pharma- 8’, STAIRMASTER NITEGLOW ings with the new Series E line of ceutical industries. Available in ¼, ½ features heat treated corrosion resis- large fast-acting interceptors engi- and 1 Ton capacities with either cord tant aluminum substrate, a nearly neered for planing or semi-planing or pendant controls, the compact diamond-hard aluminum oxide vessels between 40-100 feet. Series E
TCL Series hoists have an unlimited ? ller and bright, long lasting pho- includes three straight, three tunnel duty cycle for continuous operation toluminescent epoxy ? ller extend- and two chine interceptors. When ar- and fast lifting capability. Standard ing uniformly throughout the ? ller. ranged to use the length of the stern features include heavy-duty disc mo- Renovation safety tread is 9-inches for lift generation, the new intercep- tor brake system, a spring-loaded wide, includes a mill ? nish extruded tors are more ef? cient at creating lift multi-vane motor design for ? ne aluminum base, with a beveled edge, compared to narrow-span trim tabs. feathering control, adjustable lifting and countersunk holes as standard. Capable of rapid deployment, the Se- and lowering speeds and an external STAIRMASTER NI- ries E deploys at a speed of 1.6 inches speed adjustment screw that does not TEGLOW meets 2015 per second (40 mm per second) for require tools to set speci? c speeds. IFC code compliance. a total stroke of 2.4 inches (60 mm).
Beele Engineering has designed an
Survitec has reengineered its Pre- assembly set that makes it possible mier lifejacket range, pushing to simply screw ? ange transit pipes safety and performance beyond in steel decks, ? oors, bulkheads and the regulatory requirement with a walls without the need for welding. minimum 150 Newton buoyancy
The set consisting of pipe ? anges, a – without increasing size. Buoy- horseshoe-shaped guide ring, NO- ancy at the top of the lifejacket enginei Enhanced
FIRNO gaskets and BEBOLTITE is increased and foam around the
Royston’s marine electronic fuel fastening bolts is speci? cally designed buckle was reshaped, also allow- management system (EFMS), en- for SLIPSIL and SLIPSIL XL-120 ing more compact stacking and ginei, now incorporates specialist plugs with which the ultimate transit stowing. Ten stowed adult jackets
Tidetech global datasets in the form sleeve can quickly and effectively be take up 0.182m3 of space com- of detailed map overlays for more installed with a ? re-resistant and gas, pared to the 0.300m3 area of 10 accurate vessel tracking and route smoke and watertight seal.
original, 2010-designed Premier planning. High resolution data on jackets. The adult version of the various environmental conditions jacket has packed dimensions – air temperature, cloud cover, sea of 440mm x 280mm x 146mm currents, wind speed and direction, and is sized to fit a chest girth of and wind conditions – is displayed 1,750mm. Crew and child ver- on the web portal’s map dashboard sions are also available.
to help operators to maximize fuel management and emissions control through enhanced route planning.
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