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AME to Showcase Windrock’s New 6400 Diesel Engine Analyzer

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

November 28, 2016

For the eighth year in a row Advanced Mechanical Enterprises (AME) will be showcasing at the International WorkBoat Show (IWBS), the largest commercial marine tradeshow in North America serving people and businesses working on the coastal, inland and offshore waters.

AME will exhibit an array of services and products they provide and distribute, including Wartsila PSE shaft seals and Envirosafe Composite Bearing material. To coincide with Windrock’s recent launch of their new 6400 Diesel Engine Analyzer, a model will be on display for viewing. Operators, mechanics and engineers worldwide rely on Windrock diagnostic solutions to increase reliability, improve performance and reduce engine failures of diesel engines in industrial applications. Most importantly, it provides better, more usable data and diagnostics to improve the analysis and performance measurement of reciprocating engines and compressors.
“We are very excited about the new 6400 analyzer platform. With its complete new design, smart sensor technology and integrated wireless, it also incorporates the 20+ years of Windrock expertise in designing and manufacturing portable analyzers. It is designed for our customers and partners such as AME to allow them to get the most out of their diesel engine analysis programs,” said Ed Kelleher, Global Business Development Manager-Diesel, Windrock. “We look forward to IWBS every year,” said AME President, Rich Merhige. “When it comes to the commercial marine industry, this is the main show. This is a great time for us to bring new technology and products to this segment of our client base. Windrock had huge success in the oil fields, providing cost effective predictive and preventative maintenance. We saw the immediate value it could bring to the workboat sector in a very similar way.”
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