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Awarded To Electric Boat
For Ohio Class Material
General Dynamics, Electric Boat
Division, Groton, Conn., has been awarded a $33,100,000 face value increase to a previously awarded cost-no-fee contract for long lead time material for FY-85 Ohio class submarines. The Naval Sea Sys- tems Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity.
Offers Free Bulletin
On CPD Heat Exchangers
New Bulletin 104-52, just pub- lished by American Standard Inc.'s
Heat Transfer Division, of Buffalo,
N.Y., gives full details of the CPD standardized, pre-engineered, heat exchangers with removable tube bundles.
Standardization and service ease keep downtime short. Models for new applications can be computer- selected and assembled from pre- engineered components. The CPD series offers a wide variety of sizes from 3 to 8 inches in shell diame- ter, one or two passes, and shell options. ASME Pressure Vessel
Code stamping is available.
Bulletin 104-52 provides full catalog dimensions, installation details, design pressures and tem- peratures and shell option information.
For full information and a copy of the CPD heat exchanger bulletin,
Circle 85 on Reader Service Card
Duranceau Joins Anixter
As Area Manager
Mike Duranceau has joined
Anixter Bros., Inc., as Area Man- ager for Idaho and Montana, it was announced by Roland Wat- kins, vice president of Anixter's
Wire and Cable division.
Mr. Duranceau will direct sales of Anixter's complete line of elec- trical, electronic and communica- tions wire and cable products to all markets in Idaho and Montana.
Eastern Marine Awarded
Contract To Construct
Eastern Marine, Inc. of Panama
City, Fla., recently signed a con- tract with Lake Champlain Trans- portation of Burlington, Vermont, for the construction of an automo- bile/passenger ferry. The vessel will have a length overall of 180 feet, beam of 43 feet 6 inches, and depth of 12 feet.
Lake Champlain Ferries pres- ently operates seven vessels on three routes on Lake Champlain between New York State and Ver- mont. The new vessel will serve the route between Grand Isle, Ver- mont, and Cumberland Head, N.Y., which is within three miles of
Plattsburgh. The company now op- erates two 140-foot boats on this crossing on a year-round basis.
During the May through October summer season, 60-70 percent of the traffic on this route is commer- cial, the balance being tourist; during the winter season, 90 per- cent of the traffic is commercial and 10 percent tourist.
The new vessel under construc- tion at Eastern Marine's yard is scheduled for delivery in Septem- ber of this year.
Litton Awarded Navy
Contracts Totaling $21.8
Million For Gyrocompasses
And Navigation Systems
Litton Systems Incorporated,
Guidance and Control Systems,
Woodland Hills, Calif., has been awarded a $3,111,768 firm-fixed- price contract to exercise an option for eight advanced gyro compasses (AN/WSN-2), ancillary spares, equipment, data, and services.
Litton Systems was also awarded an $18,750,000 firm-fixed-price contract for 33 AN/WSN-5 inertial navigation systems, ancillary spares, equipment, data, and ser- vices. The Naval Sea Systems
Command, Washington, D.C., is the contracting activity for both contracts.
May 1,1984 Circle 219 on Reader Service Card 6
The name for overall economy
The confirmed low fuel consumption of RTA Superlongstrokes is a bonus for shipowners that have already ordered them. But low consumption alone will not ensure economical operation. And ultralow fuel consumption and shaft speeds have their price. The answer: optimization of all the cost factors found in the overall economy of our R-type diesels; rugged, reliable design combining experience with future needs; short engines and length-saving power take-off concepts for economic auxiliary power generated by the main engine. Where engine room heights are limited, the Sulzer medium-speed Z/ZA40 and AS/AT 25 engines offer equivalent overall economy on heavy fuel, too. And when it's time to part, the Sulzer engine will increase the selling price of your vessel.
Overall economy including low fuel consumption is no surprise.
After all, our name depends on it.