Marine Materials

MTR100: SubConn

SubConn Inc., supported internationally by the MacArtney Underwater Technology Group, manufactures and delivers industry standard, reliable and affordable connectors and cables worldwide,

MN100: R.W. Fernstrum & Company

The Company: R.W. Fernstrum & Company set the standard in marine heat exchangers over 65 years ago, building a reputation focused on innovation. Today, its commitment is to continual improvement,

Alfa Laval Launches DuroShell LPG/E Cargo Condenser

With the new Alfa Laval DuroShell plate-and-shell heat exchanger, Alfa Laval aims to strengthen its offering in LPG/E cargo reliquefaction with a construction that

Five Minutes with Paul Switzer

Five minutes with Paul Switzer - Manager, Shipbuilding & Offshore, Viega   For readers not familiar with Viega, please give a ‘birds eye’ view, putting the company

Essar’s Vizag Port Terminal Boost Third Party Business

Post the taking over of Vishakhapatnam Port Trust’s (VPT's) Iron Ore Handling Complex (OHC) on a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis for a period of 30 years in May’ 15,

MN100: Voith Turbo

The Company: Voith Turbo specializes in the design, manufacture and servicing of high performance driveline equipment. From drive components to electronic drive systems,

MTR100: Engineered Syntactic Systems

Engineered Syntactic Systems (ESS) is exclusively focused on the formulation, engineering and manufacturing of superior quality syntactic foam, a class of material

Polymer Curbs Rudder Bearing Woes

Boat builders seeking to put an end to customers calling about sticky-feeling helms are turning to Vesconite Hilube, the low-friction, high-performance polymer, according to manufacturer Vesconite.

New Helm Chairs from Taco Marine

Previously only offered in light gray, vanilla or white the ergonomically designed Taco Marine Capri Deluxe Helm Chair is now available in an additional color: black,

Selektope Enters Antifoulings Mainstream

The first branded marine coatings to feature the antifouling ingredient Selektope have been launched by coatings major Chugoku Marine Paints, Ltd. (CMP).   Developed by I-TECH AB,

Controllable Pitch Propeller with Water-based Hydraulic System

Otto Piening GmbH, a member company of the DEUTSCHE YACHTEN working group, is venturing for the first time into the development of controllable pitch propellers

New High Voltage Subsea Power Cable Joint

Power CSL has launched a high voltage jointing system that aims to reduce the cost of repairing subsea cables in the offshore renewables and oil and gas sectors.

James Fisher Buys Lexmar

James Fisher has acquired the entire share capital of Lexmar Engineering Pte Limited and Lexmar Sat Systems Pte Limited (together 'Lexmar'). Lexmar, which was

Focal Technologies Supplies Slip Ring for Tidal Turbine

Focal Technologies, a Moog Inc. company, said it has been contracted to supply Scotrenewables Tidal Power Ltd. with a 6.6 kV electrical slip ring for the company’s new tidal turbine.

Ultrasonic System Detects Defects in Ships’ Propellers

During the casting of ship propellers small pores and tiny cracks may often arise within the material, which can lead to failure if not repaired.  Testing for defects

Breakthrough in Fireproof Doors Testing

InterDam, a specialist in blast-proof, fire-resistant doors and walls, said it has made a breakthrough in the testing of larger than standard fireproof doors, meaning faster,

Royal IHC, NETICS Join Forces

Royal IHC has entered into a partnership with NETICS, a civil engineering and consultancy agency. A leading global player in engineering with dredged sediments,

SCIGRIP Transforms Hovercraft Assembly Process

Griffon Hoverwork, a designer and manufacturer of technically advanced hovercrafts, has collaborated with SCIGRIP, the global supplier of smarter adhesive solutions,

Shipbuilding’s ‘Fatal Attraction’ – A Dramatic Affair?

 Down the years, shipbuilders have always entered and exited the business as cycles have progressed, but over the past decade developments have been dramatic, says Clarksons Research.

EU Ship Recycling on the Radar

 The European Union Ship Recycling Regulation has been effective since 2013 and applies to all ships entering ports and terminals of EU Member States.    While

 
 
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