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Schubert Joins imo's

Delaval Turbine Division

As Marketing Specialist

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Joel P. Schubert

Joel P. Schubert recently joined the Delaval Turbine Division of Imo Industries Inc. as a market- ing specialist, according to Rich- ard L. Neff, division marketing manager.

In his new capacity, Mr. Schu- bert will be responsible for the sale of centrifugal compressors and steam turbines to the process, oil and gas markets.

Mr. Schubert, who was pre- viously employed by the Delaval

Turbine Division as an application engineer from 1982 to 1989, rejoins the company after serving for the past year as a senior mechanical equipment engineer at Foster

Wheeler USA in Clinton, N.J.

Delaval Turbine supplies engi- neered rotating machinery products and services to the utility, process, oil and gas, municipal and pulp and paper industries.

Wireless Data Appoints

New General Manager

Wireless Data Corporation, a leading manufacturer of telemetry devices that transmit and receive temperature and stress data from extreme rotary environments, re- cently announced the appointment of Harlan Dybdahl as its new general manager. Much of Mr.

Dybdahl's career experience has been in marketing and general man- agement for computer system man- ufacturers specializing in industrial measurement and control.

Microdyne Inc., a well-known telemetry equipment manufacturer of Ocala, Fla., acquired the wireless data coupler product line from

Acurex Corporation of Mountain

View, Calif., in April 1990. Wireless

Data Corporation, now a subsidiary of Microdyne, Inc., will continue manufacturing and marketing the products formerly supplied by


Aeroquip Introduces

Stainless Steel

Marine Fittings

Maintaining flexible hose assem- bly integrity in a corrosive marine environment has been a challenge facing shipbuilders. Working with naval designers, Aeroquip is helping solve this problem with a new line of stainless steel fittings. Created spe- cifically for use with flexible hose lines installed on shipboard fuel, lubrication and hydraulic systems, these new fittings have been ap- proved for use on all U.S. Navy

Arleigh Burke Class DDG-51 de- stroyers.

Aeroquip's stainless steel fittings provide extended service life for each hose assembly. Regular main- tenance of the hose lines during overhaul or repair (when multiple assembly/disassembly of hose lines occurs) does not result in a need for fitting replacement parts.

A complete range of reusable fit- tings are available in sizes from 3/8 inches to 10 inches. Exact specifica- tions and dimensions for these

Aeroquip stainless steel fittings can be found in new Aeroquip Bulletin 2286.

Aeroquip Corporation, Maumee,

Ohio, is a Trinova company. Aero- quip produces flexible hose, fittings and assemblies; custom engineered molded and extruded plastic prod- ucts; molded rubber products; quick disconnect and V-Band couplings; swivel joints; refrigeration/air con- ditioning components; and various aerospace, automotive and railroad products.

For further information and a free copy of Aeroquip Bulletin 2286,

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Maritime Reporter

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