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Rudder_GhentLast month a Hydrex diver-technician team performed a crack repair on the pintle area of the rudder of a 181 meter tanker and performed a detailed inspection of the stern tube seal assembly of the vessel while it was berthed in Ghent. Following this inspection the team replaced the worn seals and installed a spacer ring, thus creating a new running area for the seals.

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cargocare_webThe Emergency Seal from Cargo Care Solutions is a rubber sealing which can be pressed in the cross joint to give extra security for the weather tightness of hatch covers. The emergency rubber sealing which can be used repeatedly is causing quite a stir at maritime trade shows and proving popular with customers. It’s a time and money saving solution which provides extra security when needed for bulk and general cargoes.

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bwasBNWAS, or Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System, is a safety system made mandatory in amendments to SOLAS Chapter V Regulation 19 and adopted on 5th June 2009 by Resolution MSC.282(86).
As outlined in the performance standards MSC.128(75) - "The purpose of the bridge navigational watch alarm system (BNWAS) is to monitor bridge activity and detect operator disability which could lead to marine accidents.
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turbotechnikiHave the pleasure to invite you to a TECHNICAL PRESENTATION ON Latest Eco-friendly technologies of MHI Marine Engine & Machineries Wednesday 19th of January 2011, 18:30 hrs, at  InterContinental Athenaeum Athens Hotel

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mtnlogoTelevision Program Offered at Sea.
• MTN Worldwide TV is the world’s first fully digital, fully licensed, multi-channel television service delivered globally to the
maritime industry.
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solasValmarine Services S.A have the pleasure to offer to your good company through our principals
“Solas Marine Services” in the U.A.E. safety services such as: annual inspection of Liferafts, Lifeboats / Davits / Release gear systems, fire extinguishers, fire extinguishing systems, EEBDs, Breathing Apparatuses, Gas Instruments, etc.
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Martek Marine and our Greek agents AGV Ltd are holding an event to present Navgard™ - Martek's Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System (BNWAS) for compliance with the new amendments to SOLAS Chapter V Regulation 19.

The event will also give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the Navgard™ system or the changes to the regulations.

The presentation will be followed by a selection of FREE food and FREE drinks plus the opportunity to discuss the subject further with our representatives and fellow shipowners and managers in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.

Further details can be found on the following PDF invitation. BNWAS Event Invitation

Note: Places for this event are limited so to guarantee your place please confirm your attendance and the number of attendees. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Best Regards

Anthony Carter
Sales Director
Martek Marine Ltd

marinoxThe impact of air pollution from your ships is now under constant scrutiny from the world’s media. The marine industry has to act now in order to catch up with what other industries have been doing for years.

At the same time, the new MARPOL legislation restricts you from operating your engines in the most efficient way possible, so you burn more fuel. You have more emission reduction regulations coming soon from the IMO, the introduction of new worldwide ECAs (emission control areas) and geographic zones where you will be taxed on your emissions.

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