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Adrick Marine Delivers AC/Refrigeration Equipment

Adrick Marine Corporation has announced the expansion of its marine product line with the addition of in-house sheet metal design and fabrication capabilities. Adrick has completed and shipped its seventh ship set of central station air conditioning units to the government of Israel for the SA'AR 4 project, and its third ship set of ship stores refrigeration equipment to Marinette Marine Corp.

for the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) WLB program. Adrick is also proceeding with the second, third and fourth ship sets of marine heatpump air conditioning systems for the USCG WLB program at Marinette Marine.

Adrick's sheetmetal facility has completed and tested a U.S. Navy high shock, self-contained air conditioning unit built to MIL-SPEC requirements for Avondale shipyards. Additionally, the facility is building three ship sets of commercial marine upright fan coil units for chilled water application. For more information on Adrick Circle 5 on Reader Service Card




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