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Deck Machinery & Cargo Handling Equipment

Allied Systems Company Allied Marine Crane Division of Allied Systems Company designs and manufactures marine duty hydraulic cranes and boat davits. The company recently supplied equipment for U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) WLB and WLM buoy tenders, Canadian Navy frigates, ROK Navy vessels, and the U.S. Army and Navy. Allied is also manufacturing five deck cranes for the USCG's polar icebreaker Healy. Allied has reportedly supplied more than 100 of its constant tension winch systems for use on RIB handling davits.

Circle 96 on Reader Service Card Aquamaster-Rauma In the past years, Aquamaster-Rauma contracted six sets of hydraulic RAUMA anchoring and mooring winches for 29,000-dwt oil/product tankers to be built at Kherson Shipyard, in the Ukraine. The Rauma product range includes electrically and hydraulically driven deck machinery for all applications. Circle 57 on Reader Service Card Bloom Mfg. Inc.

Bloom Mfg. Inc. has introduced its new 1000K and 1000KC series hydraulic cable winches with fail safe brakes. Safety and speed were designed into these compact hydraulic winches. The new winch design includes a spring applied, hydraulic release safety brake which automatically holds the load when hydraulic pressure is released and a double counter balance valve which adds additional holding capacity by locking the hydraulic oil in the motor.

Circle 47 on Reader Service Card Clarke Chapman Canada Clarke Chapman Canada is the Canadian arm of Rolls- Royce Materials Handling Ltd. The group specializes in materials handling projects, systems products and aftermarket support for ports, terminals, marine and offshore industries. Current involvement includes bulk materials handling contracts in South Africa, India, China and Egypt, as well as operating concessions in Argentina and France. Recent installations include a turnkey coal handling terminal in Liverpool, U.K.; an aluminum handling system in Mumansk, Russia; and the Clyde submarine base in Scotland, where a Sycrolift shiplift system and five highintegrity dockside and overhead cranes were supplied. Circle 100 on Reader Service Card Cross Equipment Ltd.

Cross Equipment, Ltd. of Houma, La., serves the needs of the oil and gas industry providing both used and remanufactured marine and deck machinery. The company's inventory consists of new surplus and used winches, cranes, deck machinery and other related equipment. Some of Cross' recent projects include the delivery of one remanufactured Mitsubishi A&R winch to be installed on a pipe laying barge for J. Ray McDermott. In addition, Allseas has also taken delivery of a remanufactured Mitsubishi A&R winch for installation onboard the pipe laying vessel Solitaire. One recently completed project involved a four point mooring system consisting of Manitawoc 390s, installed on a dive support vessel for American Oilfield Divers (AOD).

Circle 85 on Reader Service Card D.P. Manufacturing D.R Manufacturing produces more than 500 hydraulic planetary winch models with line pulls up to 100,000 lbs. The company also manufactures winch/ bumper kits, capstan drives, swing drives, gearboxes, brakes, valves and other related products.

Circle 53 on Reader Service Card Jeamar Winches Inc.

Jeamar Winches has extended its WG series of hand winches to six models with line pulls from 550 to 11,000 lbs. Automatic load activated braking is standard on all models, which reportedly enables the load to be held in any position and prevents recoil of the handle. The WG series conforms to DIN standards, is extremely rugged, and designed for heavy duty application.

In addition, Jeamar also offers a complete line of double swivel directional blocks for use with wire rope. Seven sizes are available with working load limits from 3,500 to 41,000 lbs. The sheaves are cold formed from high quality steel and fitted with lifetime lubricated, sealed bearings. Circle 55 on Reader Service Card Hyde Products Inc.

Hyde Products produces a full line of standard and customized marine deck machinery and winches. Systems available include horizontal and vertical anchor windlasses, capstans and winches for various applications. Models available can be built either to applicable U.S. MILSPEC or to commercial standards. Hyde has been supplying MILSPEC deck machinery to the Korean Navy, under license agreements, since 1980. Hyde supplied roller chain stoppers to Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) for use with the anchoring systems on its strategic sealift conversion vessels.

Hyde offers full service hydraulic system overhaul capabilities. Specialities include rework of Lassman hydraulic cylinders, winch modifications and overhauls, steering gear power units and cylinder maintenance, as well as windlass overhauls.

Circle 52 on Reader Service Card IHI IHI supplies deck machinery and cargo handling equipment worldwide. Its product line includes single, double, combined, hose handling and gantry cranes, as well as winches.

All IHI products are subject to thorough quality control, from materials use to machining and assembly processes.

Cranes are tested before shipment in the presence of both users and classification surveyors. Circle 59 on Reader Service Card Intercon Intercon's marine products and manufacturing services cover a wide range of markets including offshore oil, marine transportation and the mili- tary sector. Backlog reportedly includes six shipsets of 57-ton twin boom cargo crane components for new strategic sealift ships (TAKR). Boom and platform assemblies are scheduled to be delivered to NASSCO and Avondale.

Commercial activity centers on Intercon's proprietary connection technology for articulated tug/barges. The Intercon coupler has been ordered for Bouchard's new 10,000-hp ATB, under construction at Trinity. Reportedly, Amoco Transportation has ordered two Intercon coupler systems and Penn Maritime of New York has ordered a third Intercon coupler system for a new Eliza class ATB. Circle 50 on Reader Service Card Lake Shore Inc.

Lake Shore Inc. has joined a full service contractor team led by Ingalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton Industries, which is competing for the LPD construction contract. Lake Shore specializes in the design, manufacture and testing of various types of deck machinery and material handling systems for military and commercial markets. The company provides onsite personnel acting as members of an integrated product team to develop the designs and requirements for various material handling and deck machinery systems.

Circle 54 on Reader Service Card Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH Leibherr's C-type shipboard cranes — CBW, CB, CBM, CBG — have reportedly proven to be successful in all fields of modern cargo handling. The company has recently designed the new CBS series of cranes, specially suited for multi-purpose and heavy-load vessels. Circle 101 on Reader Service Card Markey Machinery Co., Inc.

Markey Machinery Co., Inc. builds all types of custom marine deck equipment including towing, research, mooring, escort tug hawser winches, traction systems, windlasses and capstans. In the last year, Markey has reportedly delivered three traction winch systems and six CTD winches to Trinity Marine for installation on the new AGOR class research vessels. Each winch system includes complete controls and instrumentation. A double drum tow winch was built for Bouchard Transportation, and Wilmington Transportation purchased a single drum hawser winch for its converted combi-tug San Pedro.

Current projects include tow winches for American Offshore and Bouchard Transportation, and a complete shipset of deck equipment for the new Crowley tractor tugs.

Circle 48 on Reader Service Card McElroy Machine & Manufacturing Co., Inc. McElroy offers a complete line of winches, hoists and capstans.

Additionally, the company specializes in the manufacture of custom winches and other marine deck equipment. The company's product line includes anchor windlasses, storage reel and specialized deck machinery.

Circle 61 on Reader Service Card Morgan Marine, W R M Inc.

Morgan Marine, WRM Inc., distributes a wide range of hydraulic articulated and telescopic marine cranes. Capacities range from 9,500 ft ./lb. to 210,00 ft./lb. These lightweight, high-capacity marine cranes reportedly stow compactly, yet offer reach and capacities utilizing modern hydraulic systems and high strength steel fabrication design.

Circle 51 on Reader Service Card Morris Mechanical Handling Morris Mechanical Handling, part of P&H Materials Handling, is involved in the manufacturing of ship-to-shore gantry cranes, rubber tyred gantries (RTG) and rail mounted gantries (RMG). The company's products are reportedly in use worldwide, including in the Ports of Charleston and Houston. Circle 45 on Reader Service Card P&H Material Handling P&H Material Handling manufactures overhead cranes, portal cranes, hoists, electric motor controls and brakes. The company also offers modernized and remanufactured equipment, repair parts, maintenance service, and equipment installation and inspection, in addition to engineering consulting service.

Circle 56 on Reader Service Card Rapp Hydema AS Rapp Hydema AS is a developer of mechanical equipment for, among other users, fishing fleets. The company specializes in hydraulic deck machinery and integrated, automatic control and monitoring systems. In addition, Rapp Hydema delivers trawl, seine, anchor/mooring and towing winches; fishpumps; power blocks; and net and rope reels.

Circle 60 on Reader Service Card Smatco Industries, Inc.

Smatco Industries, Inc. offers a standard line of winches with mod- els ranging in size from 10,000 to 2 million lb. line pull anchor handling and towing winches. Smatco has expanded its winch product line to include other deck machinery such as windlasses, capstans, tuggers, stern rollers, fairleaders and deck sheaves. In addition to the winch lines, Smatco also has its own line of pipe handling equipment for offshore operations.

In the first quarter of this year, Smatco delivered what was reportedly the largest anchor handling winch ever built to Ensco. The Smatco model 140-EAW-1000/1000 was installed onboard M/V Kodiak I. This mega-winch has a line pull of one million lbs. on each drum at the same time, for a combined total of two million lbs. of line pull, and can reportedly hold more than 10,000 ft. (3.048 m) of 3-in. wire rope on each drum. Smatco has reportedly received approval to build another 140-EAW-1000/1000 anchor handling winch for Ensco Marine.

Circle 86 on Reader Service Card Smith Berger Marine, Inc.

Smith Berger Marine, Inc. of Seattle is a provider of mooring hardware for wire and chain. In addition to the standard fairleads and deck sheaves available out of stock, Smith Berger engineers maintain a steady flow of innovative products such as chain stoppers of all types, including a recent shipment of 12 double pawl stoppers. The double pawls reduce the contact stresses in the chain by half, and are situated so they ratchet as the chain is hauled in. This ratcheting feature is reportedly advantageous, as it ensures that the chain is positively secured if there are interruptions during the in-haul procedure.

Circle 46 on Reader Service Card TCW Marine, Inc.

TCW Marine, Inc. of Newport Beach, Calif., is the HIAB seacrane distributor for the U.S. models range from the small model 11 seacrane to the model 870, which is reportedly capable of lifting more than 56,000 lbs. Recently completed contracts include cranes for Bermuda Biological's Weatherbird IT, USNS Tags 63; NOAA's Ka'Imimoana (three cranes, one Aframe and one J-frame); Oceaneering International; Mar, Inc.; and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. TCW also manufactures deck machinery. Circle 49 on Reader Service Card Techrane Techrane International Inc. — marketing company for EBI Cranes — has provided an EBI model TC20-33-60 marine crane for service onboard M/V Hadi III. The vessel is one of several supplied by Master Boat Builders of Bayou Labatre, Ala., to Hadi H. Al- Hammam Est. of Saudi Arabia.

Techrane has also supplied three Owen Short Marine for installation onboard U.S. Coast Guard self-propelled buoy tenders. Circle 58 on Reader Service Card Thern Inc.

Thern Inc., a manufacturer of industrial quality winches, hoists and cranes, offers a product line which includes spur and worm gear hand winches with capabilities up to 5 tons; electric, pneumatic and hydraulic powered winches with capacities up to 25 tons; and deck mounted davit cranes with capacities up to 2,200 lbs. Thern has redesigned its entire line of power winches, introducing more than 100 new standard production models.

Circle 87 on Reader Service Card J.D. Neuhaus Hebezeuge GmbH & Co.

J.D. Neuhaus Hebezeug GmbH & Co. (JDN) specializes in all types of lifting equipment. All JDN crane systems are equipped with tested technology and are tailored to fit individual space requirements and to lift and transport heavy loads. The drive medium is either compressed air, hydraulic fluid or electric current. JDN crane systems are alternatively equipped with rope or chain hoists in trolleys. Circle 102 on Reader Service Card Timberland Equipment Limited Timberland designs and manufactures a variety of winches including anchor, mooring and towing winches. Winches are available with diesel, electric or hydraulic drives. New product introductions for 1996 include a double drum anchor/towing winch with 200,000 lb. line pull and rope capacity to suit customer requirements. Power units can also be supplied to meet speed performance requirements.

Circle 104 on Reader Service Card Fetterolf Corporation Fetterolf Corporation manufactures line blinds for marine services, including for ocean-going product carriers and tankers, as well as oil and chemical barges. These blinds are used to isolate holds, preventing cross-contamination and assuring there is no leakage from the holds.

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