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Con-Select To Supply NNS Double Eagle Equipment

Con-Select, a designer and manufacturer of marine electrical switchgear, recently received orders for main and emergency switchboards, distribution panels and test panels from Newport News Shipbuilding for five, 45,300- dwt Double Eagle tankers.

The main switchboards are a combination of generator control, distribution and motor control centers. Delivery of the equipment is to begin in December.

Con-Select is also involved in a project with Service Marine Industries.

It is supplying the ship service switchboard, propulsion switchboard and emergency switchboard for the Argosy Gaming riverboat casino. The ship service switchboard controls and distributes power from three 1,400-kW generators, with automatic paralleling provisions, programmable logic annunciation and automatic load shedding.

Con-Select offers marine switchboards, motor controls, panelboards, transformers and other electrical equipment to the marine industry.

For more information on the company's complete electrical packages Circle 199 on Reader Service Card

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