The role of the "Authorising Engineer" for water services is becoming increasingly popular, particularly in hospitals, healthcare environments and other large institutional and commercial facilities where the risks from Legionnaires’ disease, legionella and other waterborne pathogens require expert management to ensure compliance with the law.
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No more agonising about the “Dreaded Portage Bill”
SKF Vibracon® SM elements are universal, adjustable steel chocks that simplify shaft alignment and machine installation by eliminating the need for rigid steel chocks, shims or epoxy resin grouting. The Vibracon chock can be re-adjusted as needed for specific applications.
We are very pleased to attach the announcement of our company’s appointment as sales agent for Greece of DAKARNAVE shipyard, effective 29th January 2014.
DAKARNAVE is a full service ship repair facility strategically located in the Port of Dakar, Senegal, on the West Coast of Africa.
This is our first attempt to publish our Newsletter – ACTech News – through our mailing list. Generally, our activities involving new systems design, manufacturing and installations will be announced monthly via email to you.
Norwegian company OptiMarin says that since the beginning of 2010 it has received a total of eight orders for its ballast water treatment system.
The orders for the type approved OptiMarin ballast system have been placed by major shipyards on behalf of the shipowners, and cover installations in:
Recently we had the chance to discuss with various shipping companies the impact of MARPOL Annex VI on SOx emission and the challenge to meet these limits, giving ship operators currently two main options: using low-sulphur fuels or using a SOx scrubber.
Since the year 2002 the Yard is operating under the name LP-SHIPYARD and is privately owned 100%.