Wesmar to Attend WorkBoat Show

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Photo Caption: A large Wesmar commercial stainless steel counter rotating dual prop bow thruster similar to what Wesmar will be showing at the WorkBoat Show Dec 3-5.

This year, at the International Workboat Show, Wesmar will be displaying their ABS design approved DP 1 Model V2-20 NS Vortex dual prop all stainless steel bow thrusters and their Model V2-24 as well as Active Gyro Stabilizers at booth number #1441 in New Orleans Dec. 3-5.

Wesmar’s counter rotating propeller design was developed to provide up to 40% more thrust with the same tunnel size and same input power. In addition to their bow thrusters, Wesmar will be showcasing their roll fin stabilizers for commercial applications.

(www.wesmar.com)

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